SOP for Feedback Process


            Faculty feedback is one of the processes followed to improve quality of Teaching & Learning.

Students’ feedback is collected twice in a semester to ensure improvement (if necessary) in teaching process. Feedback of all teachers is taken through MIS system (online mode) at department level. Feedback Questionnaire is given and explained to the participating students. Collected Feedback is scrutinized by the central feedback coordinator and then forwarded to Director and Head of departments. All the parameters in the feedback form are analyzed. Teaching abilities with respect to each parameter is analyzed. The feedback score along with the comments are communicated to the respective faculty members to know strengths / weaknesses and to improve teaching skills. Appreciation letter is given to faculties who have received excellent feedback, Performance improvement letter is given to faculties who have received average feedback. Feedback mechanism is focused to ensure best Teaching Learning practices.



Students will choose one of the options from poor, average, good, very good and excellent for rating teaching performance of the faculty for each points or questions mentioned below.


  1. Punctuality of faculty in lecture.
  2. Subject knowledge of faculty
  3. Communication Skill of the Faculty.
  4. Use of examples / demonstration / teaching aids / methods / tools during lecture.
  5. Teaching with respect to examination point of view.
  6. Interaction with students with respect to queries and doubts.
  7. Coverage of syllabus within prescribed period.
  8. Class control of faculty.
  9. Understanding of subject to students.
  10.  Remarks if any.


Rating Criterion –       

1.  Poor (Below 35)  

2.  Average (35 - 60)    

3.  Good (61 - 74)   

 4.  Very Good (75 - 89)   

5.  Excellent (90-100)


Link of MIS -



Feedback Coordinator for A.Y. 2023 – 24

Sr. No.

Name of Member

Name of the Department


Prof. S. S. Redekar

Computer Science & Engg.


Prof. Ms. P. R. Demmana

Applied Science & Humanities


Prof. S. S. Chokakkar

Civil Engineering


Prof. S. A. Bhosale

Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.


Prof. S. A. Gaikwad

Electrical Engineering


Prof. G. R. Gaikwad

Mechanical Engineering


Prof. S. V. Gharge