PTM ESAY Electrical Engineering 2016-17

Department of Electrical organized a Parent Teacher Meeting on 11th March, 2017 in 504, V-floor, engineering building.

11th March, 2017
Electrical Engineering

Around 57 students (SE-ELEC- 33, TE-ELEC-24) along with their parents attended the meeting. The meeting was addressed by Prof. Asokan (HOD, ELEC) wherein he discussed the following topics-

  • Discussion of various Mechanical labs and other facilities.
  • Importance of student’s attendance in the class was briefly discussed. Parents were also requested to keep in touch with the class coordinators for their wards progress.
  • Parents were informed about the management concern about the results and various majors taken by college to improve the results were discussed
  • Importance of daily studying at home was discussed.
  • Student were motivated to participate in the project exhibition held in our college
  • Importance of training / internship in industry during vacation was discussed
  • Detail on problem solving workshop for student were discussed.
  • Importance of research and need of new technology
  • Student achievements in SAE SUPRA Race 2016 Noida was discussed and student were motivated to participate in such events.

After the address of HOD, students and parents were requested to interacted with Class Coordinator and respective subject teachers. University results, Test results, Attendance, Discipline and Punctuality of a ward were discussed individually by class coordinator and counseling for improvement was given accordingly. At last, the parents filled the feedback form and expressed their views. Following are the views and suggestion given by parents.

Positive Feedback:

  • Parents appreciated the college facility
  • Parents also praised the faculty and were happy about faculty’s effort to improve their ward’s future.
    Parents also
  • Some Parents were happy with the work of class mentors.

Negative Feedback

  • University results specially Revaluation results are delayed
  • NO industrial visits