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Internal Quality Assurance Systems

  • The Quality Policy of this institute is to achieve excellence in teaching, research, student support, extension and consultancy with social relevance.
  • The Quality Assurance System encompasses organizational structure, procedures, processes and financial, non-financial, human and technological resources. The IQAS assures quality education and training by process benchmarking, performance benchmarking and strategic benchmarking.
  • Internal Quality Assurance System is formulated on the basis of guidelines of external quality assurance agencies especially, NAAC, NIRF, ISO, UGC, Affiliating University and the State and Central Government directives on HE.
  • Through regular internal and external audits, our Quality Assurance System has evolved over a period of time.
  • The active functioning of IQAC during the last two phases of NAAC have greatly strengthened our Quality Management Systems, resulting in achievement of academic and institutional objectives, and greater alignment with policies, procedures and systems prescribed by the internal and external quality assurance agencies and regulatory authorities.

Quality Assurance Initiatives

The Internal Quality Assurance System under Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has contributed in institutionalizing the Quality Assurance Strategies and processes which includes:


  • Review of Teaching Learning process

  • Structures and Methodologies of operations and Learning outcomes at periodic intervals.

  • Regular meetings of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

  • Preparation and submission of AQARs

  • Collecting Feedbacks and analysing them for the institutional improvements.

  • Collaborative quality initiatives, MOUs and AMCs

  • Planning programmes for Internship, On-the-Job trainings, Placement Drives

  • Participation in Quality Audits recognized by NIRF and ISO

The Roadmap: VISION 2024

With a VISION: To provide wide range of academic programmes, and to develop state of art matching infrastructure to sustain, enhance the quality and excellence in academic delivery with global parity; realising the goals and objectives of the Institution so as to EVENTUALLY emerge the Institution as a prime educational hub in the public domain”, and PerspectiveThe quality and relevance of the educational institution is based on, among others, the satisfaction of its students and parents!” this institute has undergone TWO cycles of accreditation and NAAC has made specific recommendations that supposedly formed the basis for further progression of the Institution.

Based on the feedback from the stakeholders viz. students, ex-students, parents; the views, versions and the deliberations at the statutory, academic, governing bodies of the guardian institute; inputs through social interaction; and with due conscience with the local, regional, national and global needs; characterised by the changes in higher education arena both at national and global levels, a development plan has been formulated to ensure planned and systematic growth, expansion, development and the progression of the institution.

In essence, this document provides a ‘Roadmap’ for the institution to follow over a decade-long period: 2014-2024.

The master plan is comprised of two parts viz. Academic expansion and Infra-structural development to match the proposed academic expansion.


Part A: (Academic Expansion)

In view of the paradigm shift at the national policy framework in Higher education, the inter se preferences based on local, regional, national, global needs, the job potential/job market, potential to generate self employment, the academic programmes, and courses of studies to be introduced in a phased manner over a span of TEN years shall be:

Part B (Infra-structural development)

The availability and adequacy of the infra-structure has a deep and direct impact on the sustenance and enhancement of quality of education being imparted. To match the proposed academic expansion, to fulfil the requirement due to increased enrolment, and also to meet future needs, the development and augmentation of the infra-structure need to be undertaken systematically and in a planned manner. An Architectural Master Plan needs to be in place.

Strengthening FEEDBACK/RESPONSE mechanism to facilitate regular inputs from all the stakeholders would make the system more vibrant, open, responsive and productive; and above all, would essentially ensure institute-people connect!