The Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has completed the Graduate Exit Survey for Fall 2019. The survey aimed to find out the satisfaction of recent graduates regarding the aspects of governance; teaching, learning and assessment; physical facilities and library; student support services; and admin entities. There were a total of 170 respondents from the various departments. Data gathering was undertaken from 6 to 18 January 2020. Some highlights of the survey results are as follows:
- In a scale of 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest), respondents are highly satisfied with governance (4.21); teaching and assessment (4.08) and admin entities (3.99). They are moderately satisfied with student support services (3.72); and physical facilities/library resources (3.62).
- Respondents are highly satisfied with their major courses (4.20), minor courses (4.06) and GED courses (3.97).
- Physical facilities/library with highest satisfaction (top three) are the library (3.95), classroom (3.71) and sports (3.69).
- Student support services with highest satisfaction (top three) are career development (3.87); sports activities (3.84); and research activities (3.81).
- Respondents are highly satisfied with the following admin entities: Department Admin (4.14), Library (4.11), Admission Office (4.10), Proctor's Office (4.08) and Exam Controller's Officer (4.0).