1.                 Student Feedback
We’re devoted towards providing students with an exceptionalerudition and teaching experience, and fetch out the best of the competence and prospective of the students so that they can attain theirscholastic and personal aspirations. The Faculty members play a pivotal role in the teaching- learning process. Just as students need feedback and supervision to correct errors, faculty members require feedback and obliging direction if they are to improve their performance.
Student feedback is an important facetof this procedure. Your feedback also provides us with ideas and incentives to make additional improvements in what we do for you.
2.                 Faculty feedback
There should be no debate as to the worth of feedback in improving outcomes. The feedback of the faculty concerning the students in most the cases are entrenched in the teaching method itself.
Deliberately or reflexively, we are giving students’ feedback all the time: facial expressions, tenor of tone, and particularly words all say a lot about our expectations and the eminence of the responses to that prospect. In some cases, even the failure to provide feedback is a type of feedback. It is also useful to imagine and scrutinize from the reactions of our feedback can, in turn, provide as feedback to us, telling us about the quality and usefulness of our feedback to them, and about how the itinerary is going more generally.
3.                 Parents Feedback
Parents who take part in feedbacks are more liable to recognize and support any meticulous approaches that are being worn in the institution.  Parents who get concerned take a superiorpart in their child’s education and activities, which leads the learners to enhancerationally and communally.Parents’ optimisticdiscernmentvastly influences their ward’s acuity of the institution, which, in turn, positively contributes to students’ academic, social, and emotional erudition.
By sharing their views, parents may well be providing constructive insights for the institution.Feedbacks will endow withpricelesssubstantiation for Self Evaluation of the Institution.
Uncover what policies and decisions parents are and are not supportive of in institution. Asking parents’ views on institutional issues on a customary basis can guide them to converse or offer help in other ways too. This can benefit the establishment in many ways.
4.                 Employer feedback
At Gandhi Institute for Education & Technology we try our best to produceefficient engineers for global requirements by imparting quality education and adopting top notch practices. The overall success of the Institution is reflected by the satisfaction of the recruiters in the performance of our students. We also believe that there is always a scope of improvement.
 All can benefit from feedback. Both common sense and research make it clear that opportunities to use the feedback helps to progress and improveand that information can be used to make better informed decisions.
Here are three reasons why feedback from the employer is so important to us.
·               Feedback allows us to prepare our students in a better way for the industry.
·               Feedback can motivate us to continue and improvise our best practices.
·               Feedback can improve performance.
5.                 Alumni Feedback 
Creating an occupied, heartening alumni network is crucial for an institution’s triumph. If communication stops once graduates departfrom an institution, theirperceptive of the institute will turn stagnant. Instead, they should be kept up to date so they can remain affianced and keep abreast on the evolution of the Institution.
Good and worthy alumni associations bring many benefits to both the institution and the alumni. Alumni will likely have anaffluence of experience and skills to share with current students via talks and newsletters. In certain cases, this could go even further with alumni offering to virtuallyprop up students in work placements and help them commence their careers.
All these things are possible through an effective and spontaneous communication between the Alumni and the students facilitated by the Institute. The alumni also act as an important stakeholder for the growth of an Institution. So the feedback from the alumni in shaping the functioning of the Institution is beneficial for all.