Alumni Feedback on Curriculum

Alumni feedback on curriculum is collected regularly by IQAC which is analysed and necessary updation is carried in the curriculum design and syllabus for the betterment of the student community.

The following parameters are considered to obtain feedback

  • The syllabus of the course is updated and useful in gaining subject knowledge.

  • The syllabus of the course gives fundamentals and leads to critical thinking.

  • Use of syllabus in preparation of competitive examinations

  • Role of curriculum in increasing confidence in pursuing higher studies

  • syllabus of the programme resulting in learning of job oriented skills

  • Role of syllabus in improving the leadership and communication skill

  • Role for syllabus while writing summative semester examination

  • Role of syllabus in getting and doing present hob easily

  • Scope of programme in sharpening personality

  • Scope of syllabus in promoting ethical behavior in my personal as well as personal life

No. of Respondents per Year

Total No. of Respondents 761
Q. No Excellent Good Average Poor
No % No % No % No %
1 376 49 370 49 15 2 0 0
2 342 45 384 50 35 5 0 0
3 306 40 405 53 53 7 3 0
4 336 44 373 49 51 7 1 0
5 333 44 370 49 53 7 5 1
6 343 45 347 46 67 9 4 1
Total No. of Respondents 340
Q. No Excellent Good Average Poor
No % No % No % No %
1 204 60 119 35 17 5 0 0
2 123 36 200 59 16 5 1 0
3 146 43 149 44 44 13 1 0
4 136 40 179 53 17 5 8 2
5 173 51 137 40 27 8 3 1
6 142 42 164 48 32 9 2 1
7 177 52 136 40 21 6 6 2
8 119 35 189 56 28 8 4 1
9 164 48 136 40 40 12 0 0
10 155 46 161 47 19 6 5 1
Total No. of Respondents 281
Q. No Excellent Good Average Poor
No % No % No % No %
1 172 61 104 37 5 2 0 0
2 115 41 151 54 15 5 0 0
3 105 37 153 54 23 8 0 0
4 131 47 128 46 21 7 1 0
5 131 47 118 42 26 9 6 2
6 125 44 129 46 25 9 2 1
7 152 54 110 39 17 6 2 1
8 106 38 146 52 27 10 2 1
9 133 47 112 40 33 12 3 1
10 135 48 103 37 36 13 7 2
Total No. of Respondents 281
Q. No Excellent Good Average Poor
No % No % No % No %
1 154 55 118 42 8 3 1 0
2 103 37 156 56 22 8 0 0
3 120 43 123 44 38 14 0 0
4 110 39 147 52 22 8 2 1
5 122 43 132 47 26 9 1 0
6 116 41 141 50 22 8 2 1
7 135 48 119 42 23 8 4 1
8 116 41 145 52 19 7 1 0
9 116 41 124 44 40 14 1 0
10 131 47 126 45 24 9 0 0
Total No. of Respondents 228
Q. No Excellent Good Average Poor
No % No % No  % No  %
1 117 51.3158 98 42.9825 13 5.70175 0 0
2 93 40.7895 116 50.8772 16 7.01754 3 1.31579
3 103 45.1754 102 44.7368 21 9.21053 2 0.87719
4 100 43.8596 104 45.614 22 9.64912 2 0.87719
5 100 43.8596 96 42.1053 30 13.1579 2 0.87719
6 92 40.3509 115 50.4386 20 8.77193 1 0.4386
7 99 43.4211 94 41.2281 30 13.1579 5 2.19298
8 109 47.807 98 42.9825 20 8.77193 1 0.4386
9 88 38.5965 108 47.3684 30 13.1579 2 0.87719
10 108 47.3684 98 42.9825 21 9.21053 1 0.4386
Total No. of Respondents 206
Q. No Excellent Good Average Poor
No %  No % No  %  No  %
1 119 58 81 39 6 3 0 0
2 84 41 106 51 15 7 1 0
3 91 44 93 45 22 11 0 0
4 91 44 102 50 13 6 0 0
5 105 51 86 42 15 7 0 0
6 79 38 100 49 27 13 0 0
7 110 53 79 38 15 7 2 1
8 74 36 113 55 19 9 0 0
9 88 43 89 43 27 13 2 1
10 99 48 34 17 69 33 4 2

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