Internal Quality Assurance Cell

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

       IQAC in any institution is a significant administrative body that is responsible for all quality matters. It is the prime responsibility of IQAC to initiate, plan and supervise various activities that are necessary to increase the quality of the education imparted in an institution or college. The role of IQAC in maintaining quality standards in teaching, learning and evaluation becomes crucial, and the present research is therefore undertaken on a smaller scale to determine the exact status and functioning of IQAC and its outcome. The establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) by accredited institutions (after the first cycle) is a major step in pushing long-term quality standards.

Strategies

IQAC shall evolve mechanisms and procedures for

  1. Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks;
  2. Relevant and quality academic/ research programmes;
  3. Equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various sections of society;
  4. Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning;
  5. The credibility of assessment and evaluation process;
  6. Ensuring the adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and services;
  7. Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions in India and abroad.

Functions

Some of the functions expected of the IQAC are:

  1. Development and application of quality benchmarks
  2. Parameters for various academic and administrative activities of the institution;
  3. Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive to quality education and faculty maturation to adopt the required knowledge and technology for participatory teaching and learning process;
  4. Collection and analysis of feedback from all stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes;
  5. Dissemination of information on various quality parameters to all stakeholders;
  6. Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles;
  7. Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement;
  8. Acting as a nodal agency of the Institution for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of best practices;
  9. Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining /enhancing the institutional quality;
  10. Periodical conduct of Academic and Administrative Audit and its follow-up
  11. Preparation and submission of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as per guidelines and parameters of NAAC.

Benefits

IQAC will facilitate / contribute to

  1. Ensure clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards quality enhancement;
  2. Ensure internalization of the quality culture;
  3. Ensure enhancement and coordination among various activities of the institution and institutionalize all good practices;
  4. Provide a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning;
  5. Act as a dynamic system for quality changes in HEIs;
  6. Build an organized methodology of documentation and internal communication.

The role of the Coordinator

The role of the coordinator of the IQAC is crucial in ensuring the effective functioning of all the members. The coordinator of the IQAC may be a senior/competent person with experience and exposure in quality aspects. She/he may be a full-time functionary or, to start with, she/he may be a senior academic /administrator entrusted with the IQAC as an additional responsibility. Secretarial assistance may be facilitated by the administration. It is essential that the coordinator may have sound knowledge about the computer, data management and its various functions such as usage for effective communication.

RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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