Feedback on Curriculum
Constructive feedback from stakeholders is obtained through meticulously designed feedback forms. In each academic year, faculty, student, alumnus, and employer feedback is collected, analysed, and reviewed by the College Development Committee and IQAC. The reports are then communicated to the Principal. The Principal further suggests corrective measures and directs faculty members to take remedial actions. The other problems which require management decisions are put up before the Chairman and are addressed accordingly.
Constructive faculty feedback is collected to optimize their overall performance and contribution towards the institute's growth. The faculty feedback related to curriculum enrichment, curriculum delivery, academic ambiance, management policies, etc., helps to improve the institute and create a better work culture. The Principal addresses the suggestions by faculty suitably to take corrective action.
Students can give general feedback regarding the facilities, including mess, canteen, general hygiene, cleanliness and utilization of infrastructure, etc. verbally or in written form (suggestion box). They can also directly approach the teachers or even the Principal if necessary. Titre actions to problems are addressed by the authority immediately. The faculty are also informed about their feedback, and if required, they are trained for improvisations in academics.
Feedback is also gathered from alumni pursuing higher studies or working with industries regarding the institution's contribution to their professional development. College also invites alumni to share their exrperiences to guide final-year students about emerging aspects and opportunities in the pharma profession.
The employer's feedback is considered to make students industry ready, improve their employability and guide them for future career paths. Various companies are being invited for campus placements, and even experts from the industry deliver lectures on recent trends, leadership skills, entrepreneurship, etc., for the overall development of students.