Structure, Functions and Master Documentation : About IQAC Members Meeting Minutes AQARs SSR NAAC Grade Card Chancellor's Award Master Action Plan (MAP) Performance of the Institution News Letters IQAC Committees Peer Team Report Quality Profile of UoK
General Documentation on University of Kerala (UoK) : About UoK UGC Recognition Adoption of UGC Mandate UoK Brochures and Fact Sheet Admission Prospectus Regulations Handbook Handbook on Learning Outcomes based Curriculum Framework (LOCF) Academic Handbook Research Handbook Research Policy Graduate Attributes Video UoK Annual Reports Consultancy Brochure KU Archives
Reports : Academic Audit Gender Audit PWD Audit Library Audit Environmental/Green Audit Hostel Audit Access Audit Report Energy Audit Annual Student Survey Research Methodology Workshop for Ph.D students in Social Sciences MOOC Reports Shasthrayan Institutional Distinctiveness Best Practices Bench Mark Reports Report of painting and essay writing competition Student Feedback Report Innovations in Teaching 3-tier Induction Programme Restructuring Kerala Economy: Alternative Perspectives - Policy Document Research and Innovation Accreditation Report Curriculum Fair Policies and Charters Outreach Activities Alumni Questioning the Questions Book Release - Five Lectures on Money
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INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL, University of Kerala
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An annual student survey was first conducted during the 3-tier induction programme for post graduate students, organized by the IQAC, on September 7, 2015. This was aimed at understanding the student cohort’s social, academic, entrepreneurial, and aspirational back-ground, so as to enable the teachers and administrators to serve them better. 148 questions were asked under 12 heads. The response to these is now compiled as a report. 521 students (around 70%) of the new admission have taken part in this survey, making it a fairly representative one. Conduct of this survey annually is expected to also provide an indication of changing social backgrounds of the student population.