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Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

In accordance and mandated by the National Action Plan of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, for performance evaluation, assessment and accreditation and quality up-gradation of institutions of higher education, every accredited institution establish an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) as a post-accreditation quality sustenance measure. The concept of Quality enhancement in a higher education institute is a continuous and evolving process. IQAC is an integral part for maintaining excellence in all levels of institute functions. It is a tool to realize the vision of the institute. The IQAC will guide post-accreditation phase of the institution.

Objectives of IQAC

  • Ensuring a continuous improvement in the operation, both academic and administrative, of the Institute
  • Obtaining continuous and useful feedback from all stakeholders of the institute. Stake holders include faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, employers and funding agencies.
  • Developing quality bench marks / parameters for the various Academic and Administrative activities of the Institute.
  • Exploring various quality parameters of Higher Education and best practices followed by peer Institutions and implemented those in the institute
  • Preparing Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) and timely submission.

Functions of IQAC

  • Assess the goals and objectives of the Institute as stated in vision and mission.
  • Develop a prospective plan for the Institute for Quality Improvement by making action plan in the following areas:
    1. Teaching learning process
    2. Infrastructure
    3. Student support
    4. Research and Development
    5. Retaining and attracting the faculty
  • Make resolutions and frame policies, plans related to quality improvement and propose to Academic Council for execution.
  • Evaluate and Monitor the resolutions passed and framed policies.
  • Assess the feedback or the stakeholder for the taking corrective measures and improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the Institutional process.
  • Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes in teaching-learning, research and development
  • Monitor the effective use of financial resources and financials management.

Obtaining regular inputs from the External experts/Industry experts, Teachers, staff, Students and alumni in the form of survey and incorporate the same in Institutional development process.

Members of IQAC

S.No. Title Name (s)
1 Chairman (Director) Professor Rahul Banerjee
2 All Deans Professor Mohan Krishen Kadalbajoo, Dr.Narendra Kumar, Professor Ganesh Dutt Sharma, Prof. Somenath Biswas, Prof. Manju Dhariwal, Professor Anupam Singh
3 All Heads of the Departments Dr. Soumitra Debnath, Dr. Preety Singh, Dr. Vikram Sharma, Dr. Pratibha Garg, Dr. Subhayan Biswas, Dr. Rajbala Singh
4 Faculty-in-charge (IDAAR) Mr. Purnendu Karmakar
5 One Associate Professor from each Department Dr. Jayaprakash Kar (CSE), Dr. Soumitra Debnath (ECE), Dr. Kamal Kishore Khatri (MME), Dr. Ajit Patel (Maths), Dr. Subhayan Biswas (Physics), Dr. Narendra Kumar (HSS)
6 One Alumni Representative Dr. Hemant Purohit, Department of Information Sciences and Technology, George Mason University, United States of America (hpurohit@gmu.edu)
7 One Senior External Academic/Researcher Professor Paritosh Pandya, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India (pandya@tifr.res.in)
8 One Employer Representative TBD
9 Special Invitees Professor Ranjan Gangopadhyay and Professor Mohan Krishen Kadalbajoo, Dr. Renu Bapna (Registrar), Mr. Rajeev Saxena (Associate Registrar, Academic)
10 Convener (QATC Chairman) Professor Raghuvir Tomar

Minutes of IQAC & ATR


AQAR links and documents