Student Satisfactory Survey (SSS)

Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS) is one of the mandatory criteria set by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).It is also a pre qualifier for Assessment and Accreditation of the institution. From 2017 onwards the NAAC has endeavoured to conduct a Student Experience Survey, the results of which will go into the accreditation process. The Survey includes 21 competency based questions, responses to which are given by students of the institution. This survey corresponds to an institute level feedback on infrastructure and learning experience.

  • We implemented SSS on-line through google forms during the month of December 2020. The observations/ outcome of SSS is as follows:
  • Students appreciated teaching and implementation of learning outcome based curriculum which includes continuous evaluation and assessment of students throughout the semester.
  • Students have expressed satisfaction over the quantum of syllabus covered in their classes.
  • Teacher’s preparation, communication, use of appropriate teaching pedagogy and fairness of internal evaluation has been rated high in the survey.
  • The teaching and mentoring through class teachers facilitates in cognitive, social and emotional growth has been highly rated by students.
  • Students highly appreciated the efforts by college and teachers to continue teaching learning process effective through Microsoft Teams app during pandemic.

The SSS has also pointed out few grey areas where the college/ teachers do have scope for enhancement in quality of education. They are as follows:

  • College needs to provide more internship and placement opportunities in law firms.
  • Formulate mechanism which will identify strength and weakness of students and provide them right level of challenges and help them to overcome their weakness.
  • Enhance use of ICT, PPT in teaching
  • Teachers should encourage research culture amongst students.
  • More emphasis on skill development and hands on assignments, inclusion of seminars, workshops and field visits for typically one subject.
  • Active mentorship especially for career guidance.
  • Design interdisciplinary courses to develop practical approach in actual law practice.