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Composition, Functions and Role:

Following the UGC guidelines, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) in the University was set up in June 2022 as a post-accreditation quality assurance measure for the performance appraisal, evaluation and accreditation and quality improvement of the institution. Prof. Kajal De, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor of the University is currently the Chairperson, and Prof. Raj Kumar Kothari is the Director of the IQAC. The IQAC is represented by three distinguished external members – who come from diverse backgrounds – as well as few senior internal members.
IQAC’s primary responsibility is to ensure quality improvement and maintenance. It ensures the efficiency and effectiveness of measures/methods taken to deliver highquality education and evaluates the extent to which each task is performed. As quality improvement is an ongoing process, the IQAC has become integral part of the University which constantly works towards achieving the goal.
It ensures timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks. Its aim is to introduce a consistent plan of action that would lead the organization towards progress. IQAC ensures a better collaboration between various departments of the University and aims to eradicate the communication gap with frequent evaluation & feedbacks from the stakeholders.

The core objectives of the IQAC are as follows:
  1. Implementing quality benchmarks for the institution;
  2. Setting parameters for fulfilling academic and non-academic learning goals;
  3. Creating a student-centric teaching-learning environment;
  4. Encouraging the faculty members for using ICT enabled tools for innovation in education;
  5. Taking student, faculty & parent’s feedback for the best practices;
  6. Conducting workshops & seminars for the quality education environment;
  7. Preparing & submitting Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as stated by NAAC;
  8. Encouraging Co-curricular and Extra-curricular Activities; and
  9. Participation in various Accreditation and Ranking frameworks.