Rate your university and professors in three steps

Students have the opportunity to speak up against or in favour of their universities and professors

Web Desk September 28, 2015
Students now have the opportunity to speak up against or in favour of their universities and professors.

Remember the time when you got a low grade despite putting in a lot of effort and submitting the finest assignment compared to your classmates, but you were too scared to complain? Not anymore.

Rateprofessors gives students across Pakistan the opportunity to speak up in favour or against their educational institutions as well their professors by rating them respectively.

The website serves as Pakistan's first digital platform with at least 106 universities and 17,931 professors currently on the list. It allows students to rate their experiences during their academic lives based on a set of values given on the website.

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The three-step process -- find, rate and share -- helps future students make decisions on which university to choose, based on authentic ratings.

Students can either search for their university and rate it on a list of professors, or search for specific professors and rate them, respectively.

Read: LUMS professor gains internet stardom following hilarious note for students

University and teacher ranking options appear in the following manner:

The website, designed for students by students, enables everyone accessing it to see ratings while keeping identities of students private.


enu | 6 years ago | Reply there's a ratemyprofessor . com which is popular in the US. According to my contacts serving as faculty, the ratings you see on there have very strong correlations with a universities internal evaluations. This is very useful
kaka Erbil | 6 years ago | Reply I remember in our university there was Teacher and subjects Evaluation once a year.We were given impression that our Evaluation would be meaningful so majority of us wrote down some concerns about two teachers but nothing happened after the one year of evaluation so then it was just a formality for remaining three years.
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