Library Committee Meeting :- IV week of April 2017
Summer Vacation :- 02/05/2017 to 15/06/2017
ANALISIS OF FEEDBACK OF OFFICE BY STUDENTS
First Term 2015-16 Introduction :
The college office is the most important part of the college administration as it provides services to students, parents, and teachers. To improve the quality of office work the process of feedback can be used. The feedback of college has been taken from students.
Objectives : To evaluate the present status of office of the college.
To seek the stakeholder’s opinion about college administration.
A questionnaire, comprising 12 questions, was provided to students to take feedback on all aspects of the office. The B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc. third year students were selected randomly to collect the required information. The collected data was classified and analyzed. The percentage tool was used to analyze the data.
60.00% percent students registered their feedback on working hours as good.
Near about 60.00% percent students expressed their satisfaction with the easiness in admission process. Nearly 60.00% students answered that the availability of various forms and prospects were excellent.
83.00% students also rated timely display of notices as excellent.
Almost 83.00% students registered their response as excellent regarding the display of time tables (Regular & examinations).
80.00% students mentioned their response as good in terms of timely distribution of mark sheets.
66.60% students mentioned that promptness in issuing T.C./ Bonafide is good.
Nearly 60.00% students expressed their satisfaction as excellent regarding the distribution of scholarships.
63.60% students came up with a slight negative response on letters sent to students.
A considerable thought provoking response with 86.00% regarding guidance and counseling by office was provided by students.
70.00% students appreciated promptness in solving difficulties.
Almost 60.00% students registered their response as very good on the behavior of employees with students.
60.00 % of students were negative regarding the point of behavior of employees and time management in terms of distribution of various forms.
ANALISIS OF FEEDBACK OF Library BY STUDENTS (First Term 2015-16) Introduction :
Libraries are institutions which play a crucial role in social development. Dr. S.R. Rangnathan a luminary and a visionary in the field of library science compared library to a growing organism.
Objectives : To study efficiency and availability of library services to students.
To evaluate the present status of library of the college.
A questionnaire, bearing 13 questions, was provided to the students. The primary data is collected from 90 students. Five point scale technique was used to find out the feedback.
56.66% students appreciated the adequate availability of newspapers, periodicals and journals and the library awareness created by the staff among the students.
Nearly 63.33% students were of the opinion that there is sufficient availability of reading material for competitive examinations and considerable easiness in getting identity card.
53.33% Students are satisfactory about display and availability of new arrivals.
76.00 %came up with a positive response and their rating excellent on seating arrangement in the reading room/night library and cleanliness.
64.66% students says the library timing are good.
Almost 53.33% students were of the opinion that readiness to provide library service was highly appreciative and excellent.
Nearly 73.33% students were critical about the behavior of library staff with students and answered that it was good enough.
Perhaps the two most conspicuous aspects with which the students registered their response as average about promptness in providing unavailable books and facility of Xerox (reprography).
A number of thoughtful students came up with their suggestions about library.
Fast provision of unavailable texts,
Maximum books should be provided for extra / leisure reading.
ANALISIS OF FEEDBACK OF CURRICULUM BY STUDENTS (First Term 2015-16) Introduction :
A curriculum is a planned programme of activities to achieve the objective of education. According to the secondary education commission, curriculum does not mean only the academic subject traditionally taught in schools and colleges but includes totality of all experiences that students should know through the manifold activities that go on in the college, class room, library, laboratory, workshop, and playground and in the numerous informal activities and contact between teachers and students. In this sense, the whole life of the college becomes the curriculum, which can touch the life of the students at all points and helps, in attaining a balanced personality, However, study of any subject and achievement of educational objectives depend upon the type of curriculum that is framed and prescribed according to the requirements of standards or classes and as well as the way in which it is taught and implemented.
The curriculum of the faculties of Arts, Commerce and Science is designed by the Board o Studies of different subjects in the university and is implemented by all the affiliated colleges. Feedback is the best tool to evaluate and improve the quality of curricula according to the needs of society and region. The feedback of curricula by students for Arts, Commerce and Science faculties in the college has been taken.
The objectives of feedback of curricula by students are as follows:
To provide better mechanism for feedback of curricula.
To review and evaluate the present status of curricula.
To estimate and absorb the potential needs of students and society.
To give suggestion for improvement in the curricula as per the demand of students and society.
A questionnaire, comprising 7 questions, was provided to students to take feedback on all aspects of the college. B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc. Third year students were selected randomly to collect the required information. Out of the 30 students selected randomly from the B.A., B.Com. & B.SC. Third year classes, majority of the students have selected their optional subjects according to their interest and liking for the subjects. The collected data was classified according to faculty. The percentage tool was used to analyze the data.
The following are the important results of the feedback :
A large number of students preferred subjects like Science Commerce, Economics, History, Public Administration as they carry feel teaching staff is good, syllabi of the respectable subjects is applicable.
There were some students who opted some subject just because they provide practical knowledge and usefulness of the subject in regular (daily) life.
Majority of students says that the syllabi is useful for their carrier development because syllabi is useful for Competitive exams like MPSC, UPSC, Banking etc. it is easy to understand and accessible ensuring a secure future. However, some students mentioned that there should be more practical based syllabus than theory based one and incorporation of new current affairs and devising new methods of teaching them.
A few students are interested to give suggestions about syllabi like to use ICT, new technology etc. While answering the question on the course for building their future, majority of the students came up with a response that ‘yes’ it is useful for building a positive future Nearly 94% students suggested that the curricula is highly useful in shaping their future. A considerable number of students were particular in appreciating the utility of curricula from competitive exam point of view. However 10% students expressed the need of updating the syllabus thereby incorporating current and practical knowledge and yoking of recent technology in curricula and making it more employment oriented.
While addressing the question whether the curricula is useful in solving the problems in your practical life, 90% students were of the opinion that ‘Yes’ this curricula helps them to solve the problems of the practical life. However, 10.00% students mentioned that the curricula provides a book theoretical knowledge and fail to solve practical problems.
While noting their suggestion cum ideas to improve the existing curricula, majority of the students expressed their satisfaction as well as their expectation. Most of the students urged that curricula needs to be practical, accessible, future shaping industry based and providing solution to the real life problems.
There was a mix response for the question that whether students are ready to complete non grant course by paying the fees. Majority of the students were of the opinion that due to their poor Economic background and costly nature of non-grant courses they can’t go for it.
ANALISIS OF FEEDBACK OF TEACHERS BY STUDENTS (First Term 2015-16) Introduction :
The development of all round personality requires the teachers to do more than mere teaching. It is said that the mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates and the great teacher inspires. The teacher with unimpeachable integrity of character, qualities of leadership, environmental awareness and acquaintance with the day to day development in the chosen discipline becomes a source of inspiration mentor and model for students. The teachers in general should have a strong ether commitment. The assessment of the teacher should be concerned with the major attributes relating to the professional and subject related aspect, and overall impression of a teacher.
The objectives of feedback on teachers by students are as follow.
To find out general attitude related performance and relative status of a teacher.
To find out subject related performance and relative status of a teacher.
To involve the students participation in the process of quality enhancement.
To examine the overall impression of a teacher.
A questionnaire, comprising 25 question, 13 question related to general/ attitude and 12 question related to subject, was provided to the students to take feedback on all aspects of the teacher. The B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc. third year students were selected randomly to collect the required information. The collected data was classified according to each faculty. A five point scale – Excellent (5), Very good (4), Good (3), Average (2) and below average (1) was used to evaluate the performance of a teacher weighted mean was used to find out the performance weights being A. 40 and B. 60 are considered and the total of actual points obtained are multiplied by 40 for general/ attitude related aspect and the total actual points obtained in subject rotated aspect was multiplied by 60. Thus, total score is calculated and lineally group total with respective weight is obtained for total weighted score and is divided by number of students to get weighted mean. The maximum weighted score of general/attitude related part (A) is considered as 2600 and maximum weighted score of subject related part (B) is considered as 3600. Thus, total score 6200 is considered to obtain actual score of a teacher. The percentage of teachers are categorized according to the points obtained in the scales grade A1 above 80, grade A-60.80 and grade B below 60 and the part C is used for overall impression and suggestions.
The following are the important finding of the feedback.
The analysis of the feedback reveals that out of the total 28 Faculty, 11 belong to ‘A1’ grade, 17 belong to ‘A’-grade in general/attitude related aspects. There was no one who was rated as ‘B’ grade (With less than 60 point score) in part A.
It is found that out of the total of 28 faculty, 09 belong to ‘A1’-grade (with the score of above 80 points) and 17 belong to ‘A’-grade (with 60-80 score points) in the subject related aspects.
In the overall performance (A-general/attitude related aspect & B-subjects specific ) out of the total of 28 faculty, 10 belong to ‘A1’ grade while 16 belong to ‘A’ grade. and 2 belongs to ‘B’grade.
Specific suggestions based on the overall performance of particular teacher are as follows :
Common – expectations – cum – suggestions by Students :
Faculty should maintain friendly behavior with the students.
Faculty should focus on the tough (difficult to understand) part of the syllabus.
Faculty should conduct test exams based on university exam pattern.
Faculty should provide notes and MCQ is as per the chapter.
Motivate be allowed to actively participate in the teaching learning process. Active involvement of students should be ensured by faculty.
Proper guidance to students on higher education and opportunities available in different areas.
Ensure and increase active involvement and participation of students in teaching learning process.
EVALUATION OF COLLEGE CAMPUS BY STUDENTS (First Term 2015-16)
The college campus is regularly used by the students to improve the facilities in the campus the process of feedback can be used. The feedback of campus has been taken by students.
Objective :- 1. To evaluate the present status of campus of the college.
2. To seek the stakeholder’s option about college campus.
Methodology :- A Questioning comprising of 15 questions, was provided to the
students to take feedback on all aspects of campus. The B.A., B. Com., B. Sc. third Year
students were selected randomly to collected data was classified and analyzed. The
percentage tool was used to analyze the data.
50 % students were satisfactory about campus cleanness.
66.60 % students are not satisfactory about classroom cleanness.
56.66 % of students expressed their satisfactory about classroom seating arrangement.
60.00 % students says that drinking water facility is very good.
70.00 % students says that the toilet facility is not sufficient and satisfactory.
60.00 % of students are not satisfactory about canteen service.
53.00 % of students and 73.00 % of students were satisfactory about Hostel and sports facilities.
Majority of students are satisfactory about internet facility campus.
More than 50.00% students were satisfactory about grievance redressal cell, women’s cell, co-curricular and extracurricular activity.
70.00 % students mentioned their positive view about discipline as well as parking.
56.00 % students were satisfactory about auditorium and consumer store.
Only 42.00 % students are mentioned positive view about CE and CG Cell.