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Professor Raj Sharman
Buffalo State SUNY
Overall B
12 ratings,  [AVG: 77650 min, 52 sec]
Workload: Reasonable Responsible Grading: D

Enjoys Teaching B Arrogance: Normal
Speaks & Writes Clearly C+ Respect for Students: Some
Sensible Lectures B- Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course B Student Feedback is: Considered
Instructor Effort B
Coursework:
Mostly "concepts"
Grading System:
Well Defined in advance
Course Requirements:
Mentioned...
Assignment Instructions
Well Described
 
Exam Design:
Well Written
Exam Coverage:
Informed beforehand
Grades Reflect:
Understanding and Mastery
Final Grade Verification:
Monitors students
Gets class involved B+
Competent with material C+
Friendly/Sociable B
Adds to content B
This instructor is:
Liked
 

 

 

 
   
 
Courses:
613 
MGS 
 
Comments
Overall: A
The class was interesting to the ones who listened.  Though sometimes stressful with assignments, one learns a lot from them.  Working properly in the course, nails the concepts in the heart. 
 
Should do to do well...
Attend the class and understand the concepts.  Exams relate to the concepts taught in class.  Importance given to Practical Exercises. 
 
Should know...
Teaches concepts that we see in everyday businesses.  Grasp the Simple/Realistic concepts for various services/businesses to excel in the course
Student Competency: Unusually High
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: A
I found the course and the contents taught by Prof.  helpful.  He was able to link the learnings with the job setting really well.  Along with the course contents I was able to learn better articulation and some interviewing concepts as well, which I think is important in the real world.  Overall, the course was not just kept theoretical, it was linked with the real world.  He really wants his students to do well.  He ensures people read the material (even if they are not willing to), perform well in the test and get good grades.  He likes his students to succeed.  People do get internships and eventually jobs through the project which he has in his course.  Thus, the course helps people get real world experience and internships through the course. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: A
The course was not light, but joyful to learn. 
 
Should do to do well...
The student is required to be disciplined and do the coursework sincerely. 
 
Should know...
The process of teaching makes the student learn, rather than stressing on reading texts. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A-
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: F
 
Should do to do well...
Professor is really biased to some sycophant students.  He terrifies students that if they dont work according to him, they will not get a job.  His lectures does not makes sense at all.  I wonder how a university like UB never noticed that they have absolutely incompetent professor.  Moreover, they've made him the director of MIS program.  Raj Sharman has no idea what he talks about, let alone MIS.

Absolute disgrace to State University of New York !! 

Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: C
Liked Instructor?: Strongly Disliked
 
Essentially, gives “free” A/A- to most students.  Just need to be very good with him.  Talks a lot of irrelevant stuff in class.  Quite unethical in the way that he always tries to use job prospects to lure potential students to register for his classes.  Always tries to control students by giving the impression he has a lot of connection with local recruiters/alumni and employers. 
 
I have found the course and the contents taught by Prof.  Sharman really helpful.  He was able to link the learnings with the job setting really well.  Along with the course contents I was able to learn better articulation and some interviewing concepts as well, which I think is important in the real world.  Overall, the course was not just kept theoretical, it was linked with the real world, that is what I liked about this course.  He really wants his students to do well.  He ensures people read the material (even if they are not willing to), perform well in the test and get good grades.  He likes his students to succeed.  People do get internships and eventually jobs through the project which he has in his course.  Thus, the course helps people get real world experience and internships through the course. 
 
Excellent and new way of teaching.  The process of teaching eliminates the need to slog with books. 
 
He is a partial teacher and does not have any idea about his courses.  The exams does not makes any sense and he digresses all the time.  None of his lectures conveyed the knowledge.

He believes in frightening students who do not get associated with him.  He has made the MIS program the worse program of the university.  Extremely biased towards some students.  Most of the students hate him but they dont say it to the university because he has a reputation of providing hurdles for the students who complaint for him. 

 
The most horrible teacher in State University of New York.  He abuses the position he holds in the university.  Absolutely incompetent teacher.  Infact he gets bad reviews every semester but he makes his graduate assistants to post fake reviews which praises him exorbitantly.  This is how he is wasting university funding.(Take a look at the comment which talks about internship/jobs).  I have been in his program and believe me no one got a job through his course.  Infact many students are jobless despite the claims of this professor at the time of admission. 
 
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