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The Internal Efficiency of the College of Engineering and Information Technology

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.7, No. 6)

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Page : 623-630

Keywords : internal efficiency; quality service; students;

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The study examined the College of Engineering and Information Technology's efficiency. Delivering better educational services within the limits of available resources is considered internal efficiency. It tried to assess the college's social, cultural, and economic subsystems. A survey was employed to gather data. The 150 respondents were college seniors. It received 35 responses from the ag and c & e departments. Forty-five replies came from civil engineering. Seventy-five (75) were from IT. These were chosen at random. Internally, the college's social, cultural, and economic subsystems were ranked and counted. The college's social subsystem is efficient. The teachers are far more capable. The communication flow is much better in college. The company is in a good mood. Each of the four functions is well stated. However, the ruling system is reasonable. CEIT's cultural component also works well. More detailed, achievable, and relevant to the school, community, and country's growth. They are found globally. The courses have been considerably enlarged, upgraded, and streamlined. Diverse instructional methodologies are employed. Co-curricular activities should be adequate, useful, and motivating. The same goes for teaching aids, reading materials, audio-visual equipment, and recorded video lectures. The college's economic structure is moderately efficient. The available resources are heavily exploited to create labs, libraries, and other facilities and train teachers.

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