END OF COURSE SURVEY - VI SEM
PURPOSE:
To obtain your viewpoint in order to improve our graduate programs and to assess the effectiveness of our graduate programs.
INSTRUCTIONS:
Check appropriate response among the list of choices provided. Comments / Suggestions can be added at end of survey.
Name of the student
Your answer
Register Number
Your answer
Register Number
Your answer
PART-I COURSE RESOURCES / ENTHUSIASM FOR THE SUBJECT
I gained worthwhile knowledge in this course.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
I was encouraged to see connections between course experiences and educational practice.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The course was well organized, Information was presented clearly
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
I learned from the readings, and from my course assignments.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The course delivered as outlined in the syllabus that was explained at the beginning of the course
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
Gained an understanding of Fundamental Concepts and other important ideas relevant to the course and encouraged questions and class participation
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
Learnt new techniques and methods from this Course and the relevance of the course to apply to real-world issues
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
Course assignments and lectures complemented each other for design development / projects and helped to appear for any competitive examination
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The course objectives map its outcomes and the course outcomes help you to attain PEOs
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
Overall rating of course effectiveness
PART II - Course Delivery - Instructional Team
The instructional team communicated goals and course requirements clearly and presented the course material in an organized manner.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The instructional team provided helpful feedback on my assignments and appeared to know the subject such that they could teach it to others.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The instructional team was readily available for discussion and consultation and genuinely concerned with students’ progress.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The instructional team’s presentations and explanations were helpful in understanding the subject matter and made suitable adjustments when the class became confused
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
The instructional team encouraged me to think for myself and my overall impression of instructional team’s teaching effectiveness is very good.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
CE6601 - Design of Reinforced Concrete & Brick Masonry Structures
CE6602 - Structural Analysis II
CE6603 - Design of Steel Structures
CE6604 -Railways, Airports and Harbour Engineering
CE6605 - Environmental Engineering II
GE6075 - Professional Ethics in Engineering
CE6611 - Environmental Engineering Laboratory
CE6612 - Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
Overall rating of teaching effectiveness
PART - III ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING - TECHNICAL SUPPORT
I am comfortable with the use of Blackboard infuture courses.The communication components of the course(chat, discussion board, email, announcements,etc.) were helpful to my learning.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The Blackboard course design was easy tonavigate.The web-based delivery (Blackboard) is aneffective delivery method.Blackboard contained all the information Ineeded for the course.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The activities and assignments in the laboratory sessions enhance your learning in this semester.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The laboratory instructor created an atmosphere that invited students to seek additional help when they needed it.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The laboratory instructor’s explanations and directions were clear and the laboratory instructor created an atmosphere that supported student learning and the laboratory sessions were well organized.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The Course supported by adequate library resources, Chalk & talk/ PPT/ OHP or other resources for the course useful.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The exams measure the knowledge acquired in the course and the problems sets help in understanding the course.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
The feedback on assignment were useful and the tutorial sessions help in understanding the course concepts.
Agree
Disagree
Neutral
Row 1
PART - IV - ATTAINMENT OF PEO's
The following are the Programme Educational Objectives for the Department of Civil Engineering. We expect graduates to achieve these objectives several years after graduation. Please indicate the level in which you agree to the following statements
Programme Educational Objectives
Strongly Agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Analyze, design and implement various Civil Engineering ideas using the technical knowledge acquired throughout the academic duration.
Achieve a position of interest within an organization and meet the growing demands of the industry by providing appropriate engineering solutions that is beneficial to the society
Explore the available opportunities to pursue higher studies and involving in research activities to excel in the relevant field of expertise.
Graduates will be made aware of causes of impacts due to the development and also to identify remedial measures if necessary.
To prepare students to become successful design engineers, R&D scientists. Civil Engineering Graduates will exhibit interest in leading to professional licensure or higher studies in engineering that provides for continued development of their technical ability and management skills.
PART – IV- ATTAINMENT OF PO's
Program Outcome
Highly Satisfied
Satisfied
Neutral
Unsatisfied
Engineering Knowledge:Able to apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals and an Engineering specialization to the solution of complex Engineering problems.
Problem Analysis: Able to identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of Mathematics, Natural sciences, and Engineering sciences.
Design / Development of solutions:Able to design solution for complex Engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate considerations for the public health and safety and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
Conduct investigations of complex problems:Able to use Research - based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
Modern tool usage: Able to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern Engineering IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
The Engineer and society:Able to apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to access societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional Engineering practice.
Environment and sustainability:Able to understand the impact of the professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental context, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
Ethics:Able to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Engineering practice.
Individual and Team work:Able to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
Communication:Able to communicate effectively on complex Engineering activities with the Engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
Project Management and Finance:Able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
Life – long learning:Able to recognize the needs for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest contest of technological change.