IQAC

The most important task of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell is to identify, implement and disseminate best practices and to develop a system for conscious , consistent and catalytic improvement in the performance of the college

Other major activities undertaken by IQAC :

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CRITERIA – 4
4.1.2 Link for all classroom management activities during the last completed academic year. View
4.2.1 Link for ( ILMS ) integrated library management system. View
4.2.5 Link for using of library by teachers and students during the last completed academic year as per daily basis. View
4.3.4 (a) Link for e – content development facilities.
(b) Link for the e – content development by the faulty of the
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4.4.2 Link for describe policy details of systems and procedures for maintaining and utilizing physical academic and support facilities. View
CRITERIA – 6
6.1.1 The Governance of Institution is reflective of and in tune with the mission and vision of the Institution. View
6.1.2 The effective leadership is visible in various institutional practices such as decentralization and participative management. View
6.2.1 Institutional strategy for perspective plan. View
6.2.3 E governance in areas of operation. View
6.3.1 Effective welfare measures for teaching and not teaching staff. View
6.3.2 Teacher provided with financial support to attend Conference, Workshop and Seminar. View
6.3.3 Professional development programme organised by the isituation for teaching and not teaching staff. View
6.3.4 Average percentage of teachers undergoing online or face to face for Faculty Development Programme. View
6.4.1 Financial audit regularly. View
6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance cell has contributed significantly for the quality assurance and strategic process. View
6.5.4 Quality Assurance initiative of the Institution. View
CRITERIA – 1
1.1.1 Institution has a regular in housepractice of planning and/or reviewing, revising curriculum and adapting it to local context /situation. View
1.1.2 At the institution level, the curriculum planning and adoption are a
collaborative effort;Indicate the persons involved in the curriculum
planning process during the last completed academic year
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1.1.3 While planning institutional curriculum, focus is kept on the
ProgrammeLearning Outcomes(PLOs) and Course Learning Outcomes
(CLOs) for all programmes offered by the institution, which are stated
and communicated to teachers and students through
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1.2.1 Curriculum provides adequate choice of courses to students as optional
/electives including pedagogy courses for which teachers are available
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1.2.2 Average number of value-added courses offered during the last five
years
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1.2.3 Percentage of students enrolled in the value-added courses mentioned at
1.2.2 during the last five years
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1.2.4 Students are encouraged and facilitated to undergo self-study courses
online/offline in several ways through
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1.2.5 Percentage of students who have completed self-study courses (online
/offline, beyond the curriculum) during the last five years
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1.3.1 Curriculum of the institutions provides opportunities for the students to
acquire and demonstrate knowledge, skills, values and attitudes related
to various learning areas
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1.3.2 Institution familiarizes students with the diversities in school system in
Indian as well as in an international and comparative perspective.
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1.3.3 Students derive professionally relevant understandings and consolidate
these into their professional acumenfrom the wide range of curricular
experiences provided during Teacher Education Programme
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1.4.1 Mechanism is in place for obtaining structured feedback on the
curriculum – semester wise from various stakeholders.
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1.4.2 Feedbackcollected from stakeholders is processed and action is
taken;feedback process adopted by the institution comprises the
following
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CRITERIA – 2
2.1.1 Average enrollment percentage of students during thelast five View
2.1.2 Percentage of seats filled against reserved categories (SC, ST, OBC)as
per applicable reservation policy during the last five years
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2.1.3 Percentage of students enrolled from EWS and Divyangjan categories
during the last five years
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2.2.1 Assessment process is in place at entry level to identify different
learning needs of students and their level of readiness to undergo
professional education programmeand also the academic support
provided to students
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2.2.2 Mechanisms are in place to honour student diversities in terms of
learning needs; Student diversities are addressed on the basis of the
learner profiles identified by the institution through
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2.2.3 There are institutional provisions for catering to differential student
needs; Appropriate learning exposures are provided to students
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2.2.4 Student-Mentor ratio for the last completed academic year View
2.3.1 Multiple mode approach to teaching-learning is adopted by teachers
which includesexperiential learning, participative learning, problem
solving methodologies, brain storming, focused group discussion, online
mode, etc. for enhancing student learning
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2.3.2 Percentage of teachers integrating ICT (excluding use of PPT) for
effective teaching with
Learning Management Systems
(LMS),SwayamPrabha, e-Learning Resources and others during the
last five years
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2.3.3 Students are encouraged to use ICT support (mobile-based learning,
online material, podcast, virtual laboratories, learning apps etc.) for
their learning including on field practice
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2.3.4 ICT support is used by students in various learning situations such View
2.3.5 Continual mentoring is provided by teachers for developing professional
attributes in students
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2.3.6 Institution provides exposure to students aboutrecent developments in
the field of education through
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2.3.7 Teaching learning process nurtures creativity, innovativeness,
intellectual and thinking skills, empathy, life skills etc. among students
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2.4.1 Institution provides opportunities for developing competencies and skills
in different functional areas through specially designed activities /
experiences that include
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2.4.2 Students go through a set of activities as preparatory to school- based
practice teaching and internship. Pre practice teaching/ internship
orientation/training encompasses certain significant skills and
competencies such as
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2.4.3 Competency of effective communication is developed in students
through several activities such as
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2.4.4 Students are enabled to evolve the following tools of assessment for
learning suited to the kinds of learning engagement provided to
learners, and to analyse as well as interpret responses
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2.4.5 Adequate skills are developed instudents for effective use of ICT for
teaching learning process in respect of
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2.4.6 Students develop competence to organize academic, cultural, sports and
community related eventsthrough
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2.4.7 A variety of assignments given and assessed for theory courses through View
2.4.8 Internship programme is systematically planned with necessary
preparedness
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2.4.9 Average number of students attached to each school for internship
during the last completed academic year
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2.4.10 Nature of internee engagement during internship consists of View
2.4.11 Institution adopts effective monitoring mechanisms during internship
programme.
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2.4.12 Performance of students during internship is assessed by the
institution in terms of observations of different persons such as
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2.4.13 Comprehensive appraisal of interns’ performance is in place.The
criteria used for assessment include
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2.5.1 Percentage of fulltime teachers against sanctioned posts during the last
five years
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2.5.2 Percentage of fulltime teachers with Ph. D. degree during the last five
years
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2.5.3 Average teaching experience of full time teachers for the last completed
academic year
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2.5.4 Teachers put-forth efforts to keep themselves updated professionally View
2.6.1 Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) of student learning is in place in
the institution
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2.6.2 Mechanism of internal evaluation is transparent and robust and time
bound; Institution adopts the following in internal evaluation
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2.6.3 Mechanism for grievance redressal related to examination is
operationally effective
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2.6.4 The institution adheres to academic calendar for the conduct of
Internal Evaluation
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2.7.1 The teaching learningprocess of the institution is aligned with the stated
PLOs and CLOs.
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2.7.2 Average pass percentage of students during the last five years View
2.7.3 The progressive performance of students and attainment of professional
and personal attributes in line with the PLOs and CLOs is monitored
and used for further improvements
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2.7.4 Performance of outgoing students in internal assessment View
2.7.5 Performance of students on various assessment tasks reflects how far
their initially identified learning needs are catered to.
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2.8.1 Online students’ satisfaction survey regarding Teaching – Learning
Process
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CRITERIA – 3
3.1.1 Average number of research projects funded by government and/ or
non-government agencies during the last five years
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3.1.2 Average grants received for research projects from government and/ or
non-government agencies during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)
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3.1.3 In-house support is provided by the institution to teachers for research
purposes during the last five years in the form of
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3.1.4 Institution has created an eco-system for innovation and other
initiatives for creation and transfer of knowledge that include
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3.2.1 Average number of research papers / articles per teacher published in
Journals notified on UGC website during the last five years
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3.2.2 Average number of books and / or chapters in edited books published
and papers in National / International conference-proceedings per
teacher during the last five years
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3.3.1 Average number of outreach activities organized by the institution
during the last five years
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3.3.2 Percentage of students participating in outreach activities organized by
the institution during the last five years
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3.3.3 Percentage of student participation in national priority programmes
such as Swachh Bharat, AIDs awareness, Gender sensitivity, Yoga,
Digital India, National Water Mission during the last five years
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3.3.4 Outreach activities in the community in terms of influencing and
sensitizing students to social issues and contribute to
communitydevelopment
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3.3.5 Number of awards and honours received for outreach activities from
government/recognized agency during the last five years
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3.4.1 Average number of linkages for Faculty exchange, Student exchange,
research etc. during the last five years
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3.4.2 Functional MoUs with institutions of National and / or International
importance, other universities, industries, corporate houses etc. during
the last five years
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3.4.3 Institution has linkages with schools and other educational agencies for
both academic and outreach activities and jointly organizes
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CRITERIA – 4
4.1.1 The institution has adequate facilities for Teaching- Learning. viz.,
classrooms, laboratories, sports field, fitness center, equipment,
computing facilities, sports complex, etc. for the various programme
Offered
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4.1.2 Percentage of classrooms and seminar hall(s) with ICT- enabled
facilities such as smart classroom, LMS, video and sound systems etc.
during the last completed academic year.
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4.1.3 Percentage of expenditure excluding salary for infrastructure
augmentation during the last five years(INR in lakhs)
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4.2.1 Institution has adopted automation of library using Integrated Library
Management System (ILMS) or any other software
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4.2.2 Institution has remote access to library resources which students and
teachers use frequently
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4.2.3 Institution has subscription for e-resources and has
membership/registration for the following
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4.2.4 Average annual expenditure for purchase of books, journals, and e
resources during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)
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4.2.5 Percentage per day usage of library by teachers and students during the
last completed academic year
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4.2.6 Efforts are made to make available National Policies and other
documents on education in the library suitable to the three streams of
teacher education –general teacher education, special education and
physical education by the following ways
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4.3.1 Institution updates its ICT facilities including Wi-Fi View
4.3.2 Student – Computer ratio during the last completed academic year View
4.3.3 Internet bandwidth available in the institution View
4.3.4 Facilities for e-content development are available in the institution such as View
4.4.1 Percentage expenditure incurred exclusively on maintenance of
physical and academic support facilities during the last five years (INR
in Lakhs)
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4.4.2 Systems and procedures for maintaining and utilizing physical,
academic and support facilities – laboratory, library, sports complex,
computers, classrooms etc. are in place
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CRITERIA – 5
5.1.1 A range of capability building and skill enhancement initiatives are
undertaken by the institution such as
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5.1.2 Availablestudent support facilities in institution are View
5.1.3 The institution has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of
student grievances including sexual harassment and ragging cases such
as
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5.1.4 Institution provides additional support to needy students in several ways
such as
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5.2.1 Percentage of placement of students as teachers/teacher educators View
5.2.2 Percentage of student progression to higher education during the last
completed academic year
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5.2.3 Percentage of students qualifying state/national level examinations
during the last five years (eg: NET/SLET/ TET/ CTET)
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5.3.1 Student council is active and plays a proactive role in the institutional
Functioning
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5.3.2 Average number of sports and cultural eventsorganized at the
institution during the last five years
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5.4.1 Alumni Association/Chapter (registered / non-registered but functional)
contributes significantly for the development of the institution
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5.4.2 Alumni has an active role in the regular institutional functioning such
as
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5.4.3 Number of meetings of Alumni Association held during the last five
years
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5.4.4 Alumni Association acts as an effective support system to the institution
in motivating students as well as recognizing, nurturing and furthering
any special talent/s in them.
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CRITERIA – 6
6.1.1 The governance of the institution is reflective of an effective leadership
and participatory mechanism in tune with the vision and mission
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6.1.2 Institution practices decentralization and participative management View
6.1.3 The institution maintains transparency in its financial, academic,
administrative and other functions
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6.2.1 The institutional Strategic plan is effectively deployed View
6.2.2 The functioning of the institutional bodies is effective and efficient as
visible from policies, administrative setup, appointment and service
rules, procedures, etc.
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6.2.3 Implementation of e-governance are in the following areas of operation View
6.2.4 Effectiveness of various bodies/cells/committees is evident through
minutes of meetings and implementation of their resolutions /decisions
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6.3.1 Effective implementation of welfare measures for teaching and non
teaching staff is in place
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6.3.2 Percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend
seminars /conferences/workshops and towards membership fees of
professional bodiesduring the last five years
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6.3.3 Number of professional development /administrative training
programmes organized by the institution for teaching and non-teaching
staff during the last five years.
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6.3.4 Percentage of teachers undergoing online / face to face Faculty
Development Programmes (FDPs) viz., Orientation Programme and
Refresher Course of the ASC / HRDC, Short Term Course and any
other similar programmes
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6.3.5 The institution has a performance appraisal system for teaching and
non-teaching staff
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6.4.1 Institution conducts internal or/and external financial audit regularly View
6.4.2 Funds / Donations received from non-government bodies, individuals,
philanthropists averaged over the last five years (not covered in
Criterion III)(INR in Lakhs)
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6.4.3 Institutional strategies for mobilization of funds and the optimal
utilization of resources are in place.
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6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) or any other mechanism has
contributed significantly for institutionalizing the quality assurance
strategies
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6.5.2 The institution reviews its teaching-learning process periodically
through IQAC or any other mechanism
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6.5.3 Average number of quality initiatives taken by IQAC or any other
mechanism for promoting quality culture during the last five years
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6.5.4 Institution engages in several quality initiatives such as View
6.5.5 Institutions keeps track of the incremental improvements achieved in
academic and administrative domains of its functioning through quality
assurance initiatives
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CRITERIA – 7
7.1.1 Institution has a stated energy policy streamlining ways of energy
conservation, use of alternate sources of energy for meeting its power
requirements
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7.1.2 Institution has a stated policy and procedure for implementation of
waste management
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7.1.3 Institution waste management practices include View
7.1.4 Institution has water management and conservation initiatives in the
form of
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7.1.5 Institution is committed to maintenance of cleanliness, sanitation, green
cover and providing a pollution free healthy environment
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7.1.6 Institution is committed to encourage green practices that include View
7.1.7 Percentage of expenditure on green initiatives and waste management
excluding salary component during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)
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7.1.8 Institution puts forth efforts leveraging local environment, locational
knowledge and resources, community practices and challenges.
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7.1.9 Institution has a prescribed Code of Conduct for students, teachers,
administrators and other staff, and conducts periodic programmes to
appraise adherence to the Code through the following ways
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7.2.1 Describe at least two institutional best practices (as per NAAC format
given on its website)
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7.1.3 Performance of the institution in one area of distinctiveness related to
its vision, priority and thrust
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