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    Student's Feedback on Curriculum for the year 2017-18

    Effective teaching, learning, administration, library facilities, etc. were evaluated using feedback obtained from students. We introduced online feedback form in our website during this academic year.

    We included 4 questions related to curriculum in the feedback form and analyzed using a four point scale. Feedback was collected from the students those who had an attendance 85% and above. 783 students participated in the survey. Based on their answers charts were prepared to analyze the results and are given below.

    Question No.5 in· the online form: Does the teacher complete the syllabus in time? , IEffective Curriculam Delivery !


    _._._. _._- --_._--_.. _-------'I Figure 1: Completion of syllabus in time

    Analysis of Figure 1 shows that 92% of students agree that the syllabus for the Programs in the college was completed on time. This indicates that the syllabus is appropriately structured to be completed in the allotted time.

    Question No.6 in the online form: Syllabus equipped me with the necessary skills to face the industry

    Curriculum for skill development


    III Strongly agree

    III Agree


    III Disagree

    Figure 2: Effectiveness of curriculum for equipment with skills for the industry

    Most students agree that the curriculum helped them to acquire necessary skills required for the job. Some students pointed out that the curriculum should include more skill development

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  • Question No.7 in the online form: The syllabus enabled me to improve my ability to solve problems

    Problem solving ability acquired from the syllabus

    3% 2%

    lIII Strongly agree

    !II Agree


    WI Disagree

    Figure 3: Problem solving ability from curriculum

    Above 60% students agree that the curriculum is competent to improve problem solving ability. Analysis showed that further changes in curriculum are required to improve problem solving ability.

    Question No.8 in the online form: Does the teacher use lCT Tools (LCD projector/multimedia etc.) for teaching?

    I ICT for Curriculum delivery


    IlllliAlways I IllI Mostly ,

    52% Sometimes

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    __ J Figure 4: lCT for Curriculum delivery

    Analysis shows that 46% teachers uses ICT most of the time and 52% teachers uses ICT some times. Extensive use of lCT tools indicate that the curriculum has advance'd topics.


    Survey was conducted at the end of each semester. Analysis shows that UG and PG curriculum designed by Calicut University is effective to provide the needs of students studying during 2017-18 academ ic year.

    Main suggestions from the survey are

    '. 1. To request concerned Board of Studies to include higher percentage of skill development and problem solving aspects in the syllabus.

    2. Instruct teachers to conduct more classes using ICT.

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  • PTA Feedback on Curriculum for the year 2017-18

    Parents view and suggestions about the curriculum was collected through the online survey conducted at the end of each semester. Three points regarding (1) whether the syllabus meets the academic and professional needs of their wards, (2) Does the library provide reference to meet the syllabus needs and (3) Do the College provide an advanced digital environment were included in the feedback form. 1608 parents participated in the survey. Results of the survey are given below

    • Has the curriculum improved your child's academic and professional needs?

    I Curriculum to cater academic and professional need I 4%


    I II Average I

    Below average

    IL __ ._. _ Figure 1: Curriculum for professional knowledge

    Analysis of figure I shows that 75% parents agreed that the syllabus of the Programs in the college is suitable to cater professional knowledge and is helpful in job seeking process in the respective area. Some parents demanded to include more aspects to improve academic and professional knowledge.

    • How well are the reference materials in the Library in connection with the syllabus taught?

    -I Curriculum related to latest information !

    I 2% !

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    II Good I • Average !

    Below 'Verage I

    __ J Figure 2: Latest topics in curriculum at library


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  • More than 80% of parents agreed that the library is equipped with latest information and references to support the curriculum.

    • The digital environment in the college enhances the technological skill of your child

    Technological skiil



    • Average

    Below average

    Figure 3: Curriculum for technological skill

    77% of parents were of the opinion that the latest topics in the syllabus can be studied using digital media in the college. This shows that the curriculum is up-to-date and the students can depend on digital media for getting relevant information about topics in the curriculum.


    Parent's feedback analysis shows that most parents agreed that the syllabus prepared by the university is well equipped and included academic and professional requirements for their children.

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  • Alumni Feedback on Curriculum Design for the year 201 7-18

    Productivity and effectiveness of curriculum was evaluated by analyzing the feedback obtained from former students of the college. We have conducted an online survey among alumni during 2017-18 academic year. 153 old students participated in the survey. Analysis report is given below.

    Question No.lin the online form: Course studied at St. Aloysius College is useful and relevant in your present job:

    Relevance of syllabus at the job site



    60 '* 27 t: 40 E :l 1« 20 ,_ ~ ,,_____ --=_=~_--~ _//7


    Highly Satisfactory Average


    Figurel: Analysis of knowledge obtained through the curriculum for doing the job

    Analysis shows that 72% of alumni agreed that the curriculum they have studied is helpful for the present job conditions. But 27% alumni suggested that the syllabus should be improved to get more practical knowledge.

    Question No.Sin the online form: How do you rate the syllabus you studied in relation to the needs of your profession/ industry?

    Curriculum & Profession Relation 80 72





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    20 10

    10 2

    o - ­ Excellent Very good Fair Poor

    Figure 2: Analysis of syllabus relation to the profession

    Anahysis shows that 27% of alumni suggest syllabus revision to include further aspects of professional/industrial knowledge. But more than 70% alumni are happy that their curriculum is helping their professional/industrial life.

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  • Question No.7in the online form: Do you think the syllabus was suitable to acquire the overall knowledge of the subject?

    88 Curriculum to Acquire Knowledge. 100 I80 I~ 60

    Suitable Partly Suitable Not Sure

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  • Teacher's Feedback on Curriculum for the year 2017-18

    Teacher's survey was conducted at the end of the academic year to evaluate the curriculum. Since teachers know the syllabus well and its execution, we included six questions related to curriculum for the survey. Collected information was analyzed to improve the overall performance. Analysis of feedback from teachers is given below.

    • Question No.1 in the online feedback form: The syllabus is need based [ - _.- - ..- _.__.._....__.-._-_._.­

    Need based curriculum I I 3%

    • Strongly Agree

    II Agree

    Not Sure

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    Figure 1: Analysis of syllabus for - need based

    Only 58% of teachers strongly agree that the syllabus is need based for the program. This shows that modification in the syllabus is required periodically to make the curriculum relevant and need based.

    • Question No.2 in the online feedback form: Aim and objectives of the course where clear to you

    Aims and Objectives


    iIII Strongly Agree

    • Agree

    Not Sure

    Figure 2: Analysis of syllabus for - Clarity in objectives and aim

    86% of teachers agreed that their syllabus is having proper aim and objectives for the program. However some teachers have the opinion that the curriculum has to be more focused.

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  • • Question No.3 in the online feedback form: The course/syllabus has good balance between Theory and Application

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    ~,-- ---_ ......, Strongly Agree Not Sure Agree

    Figure 3: Analysis of syllabus for - Balance between Theory & Practical

    43% of teachers strongly agreed that the syllabus is having perfect balance between theory and practical, but 5 I % suggested for