Student Satisfaction Survey

Analysis of Result of Student Satisfaction Survey 2016-17

 

Sl.No

Components

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Not Satisfactory

1.

Teaching –learning process

109

60

11

 

2.

Using e-resources by teachers

35

130

15

 

3.

Mode of evaluation

123

57

 

4.

Transparency in evaluation

98

36

46

 

5.

Feedback from teachers

78

91

11

 

6.

Tutor-ward system

63

69

48

 

7.

Teacher pupil relationship

57

63

60

 

8.

Academic innovative programmes

17

87

52

24

9.

Library resources

100

63

17

 

10.

Access to library resources

62

55

63

 

11.

ICT resources

58

100

22

 

12.

Physical education facilities

63

81

36

 

13.

Co-curricular activities

47

72

36

25

14.

Counselling programmes

48

111

21

 

15.

Extension activities

152

28

16.

Placement cell

53

41

86

 

17.

Scholarship schemes (Edu support)

16

98

66

 

18.

Infrastructural facilities

100

80

 

19.

Sanitation and drinking water facilities

87

93

 

20.

Behaviour of Supporting staff

73

97

10

 

Suggestions for improvement:

 

 

Student satisfaction survey questionnaire was administered on a sample of 180 students
consisting of B.Ed 1 st year, B.Ed 2 nd year, M.Ed 1 st year and M.Ed 2 nd year students. The
questionnaire was developed by giving due consideration to various dimensions viz.,
teaching- learning process, use of ICT by teachers, library facilities, mode of evaluation,
teacher-pupil relationship, mentoring of teachers, extension activities etc. The students were
asked to give their response regarding the above said dimensions of the college in a four-
point scale. The options were given as Excellent, Good, Satisfactory and Not satisfactory.
Analysis of the result shows that more than 60% of students opined that teaching-learning
process, mode of evaluation and extension activities are excellent in nature. They are
followed by library resources, infrastructural facilities, transparency in evaluation and
sanitation and drinking water facilities. More than 70% of students opined that teachers are
good at using e-resources. It is followed by counselling programmes, availability of ICT
resources, edu support, and feedback from teachers. With regard to academic innovative
programmes, and co-curricular activities, some of the students are not satisfactory. Overall
analysis of results throw light on the fact that students are satisfied with the present
functioning of the college. Suggestions for improving the existing level and functions of
innovative programmes, co-curricular activities, placement cell, and allocation of edu support
were proposed by students.

 

Analysis of Result of Student Satisfaction Survey 2017-18

Sl.No

Components

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Not Satisfactory

1.

Teaching –learning process

155

32

21

 

2.

Using e-resources by teachers

122

48

38

 

3.

Mode of evaluation

41

55

77

35

4.

Transparency in evaluation

133

47

28

 

5.

Feedback from teachers

97

84

25

2

6.

Tutor-ward system

85

94

28

1

7.

Teacher pupil relationship

73

81

52

2

8.

Academic innovative programmes

68

91

46

3

9.

Library resources

119

73

16

 

10.

Access to library resources

93

81

34

 

11.

ICT resources

95

98

15

 

12.

Physical education facilities

97

89

22

 

13.

Co-curricular activities

59

78

66

5

14.

Counselling programmes

41

67

77

23

15.

Extension activities

168

34

6

 

16.

Placement cell

70

93

45

 

17.

Scholarship schemes (Edu support)

52

112

44

 

18.

Infrastructural facilities

133

72

3

 

19.

Sanitation and drinking water facilities

102

87

19

 

20.

Behaviour of Supporting staff

105

91

12

 

Suggestions for improvement:

 

 

Student satisfaction survey questionnaire was administered on a sample of 208 students consisting of B.Ed 1st year, B.Ed 2nd year, M.Ed 1st year and M.Ed 2nd year students. The questionnaire was developed by giving due consideration to various dimensions viz., teaching- learning process, use of ICT by teachers, library facilities, mode of evaluation, teacher-pupil relationship, mentoring of teachers, extension activities etc. The students were asked to give their response regarding the above said dimensions of the college in a four-point scale. The options were given as Excellent, Good, Satisfactory and Not satisfactory. Analysis of the result shows that the percent of students who rated the components as excellent in nature are teaching-learning process(74.5%), Transparency in evaluation(63.9%), Extension activities( 80.8%) and Infrastructural facilities(63.9%). They are followed by using e-resources by teachers, library resources, behaviour of supporting staff and sanitation and drinking water facilities. More than 50% of students opined scholarship schemes (edu support) are good. Overall analysis of results shows that students are satisfied with the present functioning of the college. However some of the students show discontent on mode of evaluation and counselling programmes. Students proposed suggestions for improvement of mode of evaluation, counselling programmes and co-curricular activities.

Analysis of Result of Student Satisfaction Survey 2018-19

 

Sl.No

Components

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Not Satisfactory

1.

Teaching –learning process

113

65

16

 

2.

Using e-resources by teachers

47

128

19

 

3.

Mode of evaluation

135

47

12

 

4.

Transparency in evaluation

102

60

32

 

5.

Feedback from teachers

86

93

15

 

6.

Tutor-ward system

75

84

35

 

7.

Teacher pupil relationship

72

80

42

 

8.

Academic innovative programmes

45

128

21

 

9.

Library resources

119

62

13

 

10.

Access to library resources

72

71

51

 

11.

ICT resources

65

112

17

 

12.

Physical education facilities

79

83

32

 

13.

Co-curricular activities

82

83

29

 

14.

Counselling programmes

56

106

17

15

15.

Extension activities

162

32

16.

Placement cell

57

72

65

 

17.

Scholarship schemes (Edu support)

22

151

21

 

18.

Infrastructural facilities

112

82

 

19.

Sanitation and drinking water facilities

75

119

 

20.

Behaviour of Supporting staff

65

116

13

 

Suggestions for improvement:

 

 

 

 

The student satisfaction survey questionnaire was administered on a sample of 194 students from B.Ed 1st year, B.Ed 2nd year, M.Ed 1st year and M.Ed 2nd year. The questionnaire was developed by giving due consideration to various dimensions viz., teaching- learning process, use of ICT by teachers, library facilities, mode of evaluation, teacher-pupil relationship, mentoring of teachers, extension activities etc. The students were asked to give their response regarding the above said dimensions of the college in a four-point scale. The options were given as Excellent, Good, Satisfactory and Not satisfactory. Analysis of the result shows that nearly 60% of students opined that teaching-learning process, library resources, and infrastructural facilities are excellent in nature. Transparency in evaluation is also highly satisfying to the students. More than 83% of students opined that they have had a wonderful experience of extension activities conducted during their tenure of study in the college. Students seemed apprehensive of the counselling services provided at the college. Students proposed in the suggestion regarding the counselling services that the college provided counselling focussed on academic performance of the students, but students were also more in need of social and personal counselling since most of them are engaged in many roles in their non academic life. Overall analysis of results throw light on the fact that students are satisfied with the present functioning of the college.