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FEEDBACK FORM FOR TEACHER EVALUATION BY

STUDENTS
Note: This questionnaire has been designed by to seek a feedback from
the student to strengthen the quality of teaching-learning
environment and to look for opportunities to improve teachers
performance in classroom engagement with students to bring
excellence in teaching and learning.

Name of the Department/Institute


Name of the teacher
Subject taught
Total number of lectures delivered by
teacher in the session/semester:
Number of classes attended by the
student filling the form with
percentage (If the student filling the
form has less than 60% attendance
he/she is requested not to fill the
form.)

IN THE FOLLWING TABLE TICK () THE APPROPRIATE CHOICE FOR EACH


POINT.
(Bel (Ver
ow y
Avg. (Av (Goo Goo (Excell
Rating ) g.) d) d) ent)

Subject 1 2 3 4 5
A. TIME SENSE
1. Punctuality in the Class
2. Regularity in taking Classes
Students attendance/
presence
in the class of teacher who
is
3. being evaluated
Completes syllabus of the
course
4. in time
Scheduled organization of
assignments, class test,
quizzes
5. and seminars
Makes alternate
arrangement of
6. class in his/her absence
Sub Total (A)
B. SUBJECT COMMAND
7. Focus on Syllabi
8. Self-confidence
9. Communication skills
Conducting the classroom
10. discussions
11. Teaching the subject matter
Delivery of structured
12. lecture
Skill of linking subject to life
experience & creating
interest in
13. the subject
Refers to latest
developments in
14. the field
Sub Total (B)
USE OF TEACHING
METHODS/
C. TEACHING AIDS
Uses of teaching aids
15. (OHP/Blackboard /PPT's)
Blackboard/Whiteboard work
in
terms of legibility, visibility
and
16. structure
Uses of innovative teaching
17. methods
Shares the answers of class
tests
or sessional test questions
after
the conduct of the class
18. tests/sessional tests.
Shows the evaluated answer
books of class tests to the
19. students
Makes sure that he/she is
being
20. understood
Sub Total (C)
D. HELPING ATTITUDE
Helping approach towards
varied
academic interests of
21. students
22. Helps student in providing
study material which is not
readilyavailable in the text
books say through e-
resources, e-
Helps students irrespective
of
ethnicity and
23. culture/background
Helps students irrespective
of
24. gender
Helps students facing
physical,
emotional and learning
challenges
25.
(Belo (Avg (Goo (Ver (Excelle
Rating w .) d) y nt)
Goo
Subjec Avg.) d)
t 1 2 3 4 5
Approach towards
developing
professional skills among
26. students
Helps students in realizing
career
27. goals
Helps students in realizing
their
strengths and
developmental
28. needs
Sub Total (D)
E. CLASS CONTROL
Control mechanism in
effectively
29 conducting the class
Students participation in
the
30 class
Skills of addressing
inappropriate
31 behaviour of student
32 Tendency of inviting opinion
and
question on subject matter
from
students
Enhances learning by
judicious
33 reinforcement mechanism
Inspires students for ethical
34 conduct
35 Acts as a role model
Sub Total (E)
Total