Feedback by Stakeholders, Teaching, Non-teaching and Students:

Feedback is an essential component of any educational institution, and it can be provided by students, teachers, and non-teaching staff alike. Feedback is crucial in a college setting. Feedback from students can help teachers understand what is working well and what needs improvement in their teaching methods. Similarly, feedback from teachers can help students understand their strengths and weaknesses and identify areas for improvement. Feedback from non-teaching staff can help improve the overall functioning of the institution, from administrative processes to facilities management. This can help create a sense of community and shared purpose among students, teachers, and staff. Feedback can help colleges identify systemic issues that may be impacting the student experience, such as inadequate resources, inequities in access to educational opportunities, or cultural insensitivity. By addressing these issues, college can work towards creating a more inclusive and equitable learning environment.

ANDC has developed a robust system of taking feedback from students, teachers and Non- teaching staff. Questionnaire in google form is given every year to all and the response is analysed. Suggestions provided by them are taken into consideration and sincere efforts are made to incorporate these suggestions.