Student Satisfaction Survey

Guidelines for Students

NAAC (National Assessment and accreditation council) is conducting a Student Satisfaction Survey regarding Teaching – Learning and Evaluation, which will help to upgrade the quality in higher education. A student will have to respond to all the questions given in the following format with her/his sincere effort and thought. Her/his identity will not be revealed.

Instructions to fill the questionnaire

  • All questions should be compulsorily attempted.
  • Each question has five responses, choose the most appropriate one.
  • The response to the qualitative question no. 21 is student’s opportunity to give suggestions or improvements; she/he can also mention weaknesses of the institute here. (Kindly restrict your response to teaching learning process only)
Sr. No. Title Year Document
1 Feedback Report – Curriculum 2020-2021 View Document
2 Student Satisfactory Survey Analysis & ATR 2020-2021 View Document
3 Student Satisfactory Survey Report 2019-2020 View Document
4 Analysis of Student Satisfactory Survey 2019-2020 View Document
5 Student Satisfactory Survey Report 2018-2019 View Document
6 Analysis of Student Satisfactory Survey 2018-2019 View Document

Student Satisfaction Survey Form

    Please confirm this is the first and only time you answer this survey YesNo
    Academic Year
    Age
    College Name*
    Gender FemaleMaleTransgender
    What degree program are you pursuing now? Bachelor'sMaster’sM PhilDoctorateOther
    What subject area are you currently pursuing? ArtsCommerceProfessional

    Student Satisfaction Survey on Teaching-Learning Process

    How much of the syllabus was covered in the class? 85 to 100%70 to 84%55 to 69%30 to 54%Below 30%
    How well did the teachers prepare for the classes? ThoroughlySatisfactorilyPoorlyIndifferentlyWon’t teach at all
    How well were the teachers able to communicate? Always effectiveSometimes effectiveJust satisfactorilyGenerally ineffectiveVery poor communication
    The teacher’s approach to teaching can best be described as ExcellentVery goodGoodFairPoor
    Fairness of the internal evaluation process by the teachers Always fairUsually fairSometimes unfairUsually unfairUnfair
    Was your performance in assignments discussed with you? Every timeUsuallyOccasionally/SometimesRarelyNever
    The institute takes an active interest in promoting internships, student exchange, field visit opportunities for students RegularlyOftenSometimesRarelyNever
    The teaching and mentoring process in your institution facilitates you in cognitive, social and emotional growth SignificantlyVery wellModeratelyMarginallyNot at all
    The institution provides multiple opportunities to learn and grow Strongly agreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly disagree
    Teachers inform you about your expected competencies, course outcomes, and program outcomes Every timeUsuallyOccasionally/SometimesRarelyNever
    Your mentor does a necessary follow-up with an assigned task to you Every timeUsuallyOccasionally/SometimesRarelyI don’t have a mentor
    The teachers illustrate the concepts through examples and applications Every timeUsuallyOccasionally/SometimesRarelyNever
    The teachers identify your strengths and encourage you with providing the right level of challenges FullyReasonablyPartiallySlightlyUnable to
    Teachers are able to identify your weaknesses and help you to overcome them Every timeUsuallyOccasionally/SometimesRarelyNever
    The institution makes effort to engage students in the monitoring, review and continuous quality improvement of the teaching-learning process Strongly agreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly disagree
    The institute/ teachers use student-centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem-solving methodologies for enhancing learning experiences To a great extentModerateSome whatVery littleNot at all
    Teachers encourage you to participate in extracurricular activities Strongly agreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly disagree
    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 To a great extentModerateSome whatVery littleNot at all
    What percentage of teachers use ICT tools such as LCD projector, Multimedia, etc. while teaching Above 90%70 – 89%50 – 69%30 – 49%Below 29%
    The overall quality of the teaching-learning process in your institute is very good Strongly agreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly disagree
    Give three observation/suggestions to improve the overall teaching-learning experience in your institution*