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FEEDBACK

Feedback


Feedback Mechanism:

For Curriculum Development and the syllabus upgradation of various programmes, Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Sant Baba Bhag Singh University adopted a very efficient and effective method of feedback mechanism where feedback is taken from the various stakeholders (Students, Teachers, Alumnus, Employers) through online by Google forms on various metrics.

As the feedback plays an important role in upgrading and developing the syllabus in any Higher Educational Institute (HEIs).

The methodology adopted for feedback mechanism is as:

The feedback forms are structured for design and review of syllabus Semester wise/Year wise. The input of the points is the quantitative approach with 5 point rating scale as:

(EXCELLENT=5, VERY GOOD=4, GOOD=3, AVERAGE=2, POOR=1)

The points of the stakeholder feedback are given below:

I. Student’s Feedback Points :

Point 1: How much of the syllabus was covered in the class?
Point 2: How well did the teachers prepare for the classes?
Point 3: How well were the teachers able to communicate?
Point 4: The teacher’s approach to teaching can best be described as
Point 5: Fairness of the internal evaluation process by the teachers.
Point 6: Was your performance in assignments discussed with you?
Point 7: The institute takes active interest in promoting internship, student exchange, field visit opportunities for students.
Point 8: The teaching and mentoring process in your institution facilitates you in cognitive, social and emotional growth.
Point 9: The institution provides multiple opportunities to learn and grow.
Point 10: Teachers inform you about your expected competencies, course outcomes and programme outcomes.
Point 11: Your mentor does a necessary follow-up with an assigned task to you.
Point 12: The teachers illustrate the concepts through examples and applications.
Point 13: The teachers identify your strengths and encourage you with providing right level of challenges.
Point 14: Teachers are able to identify your weaknesses and help you to overcome them.
Point 15: The institution makes effort to engage students in the monitoring, review and continuous quality improvement of the teaching learning process.
Point 16: The institute/ teachers use student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem solving methodologies for enhancing learning experiences.
Point 17: Teachers encourage you to participate in extracurricular activities.
Point 18: Efforts are made by the institute/ teachers to inculcate soft skills, life skills and employability skills to make you ready for the world of work.
Point 19: What percentage of teachers use ICT tools such as LCD projector, Multimedia, etc. while teaching.
Point 20: The overall quality of teaching-learning process in your institute is very good.
Point 21: Give three observation / suggestions to improve the overall teaching – learning experience in your institution.

II. Teacher’s Feedback Points :

Point 1: Curriculum and Syllabus is suitable to the Programme. (s).
Point 2: Curriculum and syllabus is designed according to the need based.
Point 3: Curriculum and syllabus has the flexibility.
Point 4: Course Contents are well designed.
Point 5: The course/program of studies carries sufficient number of optional/elective papers.
Point 6: The books prescribed/listed as reference materials are relevant, updated and appropriate.
Point 7: The course outcomes are appropriate.
Point 8: The content of syllabus is according to the current trends of industry and academia to facilitate placements.
Point 9: The course is according to the entrepreneurship provided to the student.
Point 10: The coverage of course contents is as per the competitive exams.

III. Alumni’s Feedback Points:

Point 1: The syllabus of the courses that have studied in relation to the competencies expected out of the course.
Point 2: The relevance course content as per the need of programme.
Point 3: The flexibility in term of Core/Elective/ Interdisciplinary courses is well maintained.
Point 4: The offering of the electives in terms of their relevance to the specialization and need based.
Point 5: The electives offered in relation to the technological advancements.
Point 6: The course in term of critical thinking imparted through it.
Point 7: The courses in terms of design of the Courses as per the current needs of society.
Point 8: The evaluation scheme designed for each of the course.
Point 9: The courses you have studied are beneficial for your current job.
Point 10: The courses as per the practicability and imparting employable skills.

IV. Employer’s Feedback Points:

Point 1: Syllabus is suitable to the programme and course.
Point 2: The course is designed as per the current needs of industry.
Point 3: The relevance course content as per the need of employment.
Point 4: The course content is in accordance with Programme Educational Objectives and is well defined.
Point 5: The course/syllabus has good balance of core syllabus content and applied contents.
Point 6: The courses are designed as per the current needs of society.
Point 7: The curriculum and the syllabus reflects the inculcation of leadership and management skills.
Point 8: The course contents in term of core/ Elective/ Interdisciplinary courses are well maintained.
Point 9: The electives/courses offered in relation to the technological advancements.
Point 10: The course content is designed as per the needs of the learner and able to impart life learning skills.


Links/URL of Feedback Forms (Academic Year 2020-21)

Feedback Analysis Report (Academic Year 2020-21)

Action Taken Report (Academic Year 2020-21)

Links/URL of Feedback Forms (Academic Year 2021-22 (Odd Semester))