To get an overall idea on the syllabi of various courses offered by the university, the college maintains an institutional level feedback report. Every year feedback on curriculum is collected mostly from final year students as they have an overall idea of the curriculum. The feedback received from 2013-14 to 2016-17 are basically on the same material as the syllabi provided were the same. Feedback were collected from different stakeholders like students, teachers, parents, and alumni.
Feedback were collected from parents during PTA meetings, from alumni on annual alumni day and departmental alumni meet, from the outgoing students on the completion of their course, and from the teachers, on the effectiveness of the course and the curriculum and the matters related to that. The course content and its depth, coverage, applicability, learning value, clarity and relevance are all thus evaluated.
The data collected by the IQAC was sorted and consolidated for drafting the analysis report. The data entered in the selected format was then converted into chart form and decoded for the proper comprehension of the matter. The analysis is done year wise as well as parameter wise. The aspects pointed out by all the stakeholders are considered with special care and attention. The teachers discussed and evaluated the suggestions received from different spheres regarding the curriculum.
The suggestions were consolidated to communicate to the teachers who are members of various Boards of Studies and Syllabus Revision Committees, and those who participated in the Syllabus Revision Workshops conducted by the University. Proper suggestions were formulated to be communicated to ensure the proper redressal of the grievances.
3.Action Taken Report
The suggestions received through the feedback are promptly communicated to the members of various Boards of Studies and committees. Since the institution is an affiliated college it has to follow the syllabus formulated by the university. But since many of our teachers are actively participating in the syllabus restructuring process, many effective