Serampore Girls' College

13, T.C. Goswami Street, Serampore, Hooghly - 712201, West Bengal, India

Established in 1981, Affiliated to the University of Calcutta

AISHE Code - C11984

Department of Sociology

Event Details

Parent Teacher Meeting

Date: 2023-05-18

Speaker: Principal - Dr. Soma Roy, Dr. Aritra Ghosh, Dr. Saswati Chanda & Mr. Sarojit Kapasi


The Department of Sociology regularly organizes Parent – Teacher Meeting for benefit of the students. This Parent Teacher Meeting organise for 2nd Semester on 18th May 2023 at 12 P.M

The main focus of the meeting is as follows:

1. On the behalf of the Department of Sociology we have shown students’ attendance (in %), CIE results of the students. The department also discusses the behaviour and attitudes of the students to their Parents.

2. We have taken feedback from parents about their daughters’ teaching learning.

3. The Departmental teachers have requested the parents of the slow learners to take additional care for their daughters at home. Also the parents discussed some of their problems (regarding college facilities and their own financial and familial problems). The department also assures them that department will take additional care, take remedial classes for the slow learners.

The department discusses the sociology Programme Outcome and Course Outcome to the parents. So that they could understand the benefit of learning sociology and carrier opportunities for the courses of sociology.


The main objective of Parent Teacher Meeting is to assist parents in understanding daughter's progress at college and find solutions to academic or behavioral problems.


1. The Parents shared positive feedback regarding organizing Parent Teacher Meetings. They also stated that they supervise their words regarding their studies and academic commitments.

2. The Parents added that this college takes care of the students well with regard to doubt clearance and class tests.

3. The Department also shares the result of CIE with the parents highlighting advanced and slow learners. The Department shared a framework with regard to student progression that encourages them to perform better in University Examinations.