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The oxford dictionary defines feedback as “Information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc. which is used as a basis for improvement”. Every product or service sees improvement through the process of feedback. Without feedback it is a difficult task to understand where to start or where to look. Many products and services excel in today’s market because of the improvements made from the feedback given by users. But the minute feedback is ignored or unused the product or service starts to stagnate. Similarly like all other industries, academics require the process of feedback to instil improvement and progress. Feedback for academics come from various sources – recruiters, students, fellow academicians, articles from magazines or internet. The goal of every institution is to instil sound education and teachings to its students. In order for any institution to excel in their goals, feedbacks need to be worked upon.

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