Guidelines for the Creation of the

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) and Submission of Annual Quality Assurance

Report (AQAR) in Accredited Institutions

(Revised in October 2013)













An Autonomous Institution of the University Grants Commission

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To make quality the defining element of higher education in India through a combination of self and external quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance initiatives.




  • To arrange for periodic assessment and accreditation of institutions of higher education or units thereof, or specific academic programmes or projects;


  • To stimulate the academic environment for promotion of quality of teaching-learning and research in higher education institutions;


  • To encourage self-evaluation, accountability, autonomy and innovations  in  higher education;


  • To undertake quality-related research studies, consultancy and training programmes, and


  • To collaborate with other stakeholders of higher education for quality evaluation, promotion and


Value Framework

To promote the following core values among the HEIs of the country:

  • Contributing to National Development
  • Fostering Global Competencies among Students
  • Inculcating a Value System among Students
  • Promoting the Use of Technology
  • Quest for Excellence





Page Nos.

1. Introduction …… 4
2. Objective …… 4
3. Strategies …… 4
4. Functions …… 5
5. Benefits …… 5
6. Composition of the IQAC …… 5
7. The role of coordinator …… 6
8. Operational Features of the IQAC …… 6
9. Monitoring Mechanism …… 7
10. The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC …… 8


Part – A

  1. Details of the Institution…………………………………………………………… 9
  2. IQAC Composition and Activities……………………………………………… 12

Part – B

13. Criterion – I: Curricular Aspects …… 14
14. Criterion – II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation …… 15
15. Criterion – III: Research, Consultancy and Extension …… 17
16. Criterion – IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources …… 20
17. Criterion – V: Student Support and Progression …… 21
18. Criterion – VI: Governance, Leadership and Management …… 24
19. Criterion – VII: Innovations and Best Practices …… 27
20. Abbreviations …… 29





Document revised by: Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser and B. S. Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser, NAAC


Guidelines for the Creation of the

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

and Submission of Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) in Accredited Institutions



In pursuance of its Action Plan for performance evaluation, assessment and accreditation and quality up-gradation of institutions of higher education, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore proposes that every accredited institution should establish an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) as a post-accreditation quality sustenance measure. Since quality enhancement is a continuous process, the IQAC will become a part of the institution’s system and work towards realisation of the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance. The prime task of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic improvement in the overall performance of institutions. For this, during the post- accreditation period, it will channelize all efforts and measures of the institution towards promoting its holistic academic excellence.

The guidelines provided in the following pages will guide and facilitate the institution in the creation and operation of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC). The work of the IQAC is the first step towards internalization and institutionalization of quality enhancement initiatives. Its success depends upon the sense of belongingness and participation it can inculcate in all the constituents of the institution. It will not be yet another hierarchical structure or a record-keeping exercise in the institution. It will be a facilitative and participative voluntary system/unit/organ  of the institution. It has the potential to become a vehicle for ushering in quality enhancement by working out planned interventionist strategies to remove deficiencies and enhance quality like the “Quality Circles” in industries.



The primary aim of IQAC is


  • To develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the
  • To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best



IQAC shall evolve mechanisms and procedures for
  1. Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks;
  2. The relevance and quality of academic and 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 evaluation procedures;
  6. Ensuring the adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and services;


  1. Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions in India and



Some of the functions expected of the IQAC are:


  1. Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for various academic and administrative activities of the institution;
  2. 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;
  3. Arrangement for feedback response from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes;
  4. Dissemination of information on various quality parameters of higher education;
  5. Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles;
  6. Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement;
  7. Acting as a nodal agency of the Institution for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of best practices;
  8. Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining /enhancing the institutional quality;
  9. Development of Quality Culture in the institution;
  10. Preparation of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as per guidelines and parameters of NAAC, to be submitted to


IQAC will facilitate / contribute
  1. Ensure heightened level of 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 organised methodology of documentation and internal

Composition of the IQAC

IQAC may be constituted in every institution under the Chairmanship of the Head of the institution with heads of important academic and administrative units and a few teachers and a few distinguished educationists and representatives of local management and stakeholders.


The composition of the IQAC may be as follows:

  1. Chairperson: Head of the Institution
  2. A few senior administrative officers
  3. Three to eight teachers
  4. One member from the Management
  5. One/two nominees from local society, Students and Alumni
  6. One/two nominees from Employers /Industrialists/stakeholders
  7. One of the senior teachers as the coordinator/Director of the IQAC


The composition of the IQAC will depend on the size and complexity of the institution. It helps the institutions in planning and monitoring. IQAC also gives stakeholders or beneficiaries a cross-sectional participation in the institution’s quality enhancement activities. The guidelines given here are only indicative and will help the institutions for quality sustenance activities.

The membership of such nominated members shall be for a period of two years. The IQAC should meet at least once in every quarter. The quorum for the meeting shall be two-third of the total number of members. The agenda, minutes and Action Taken Reports are to be documented with official signatures and maintained electronically in a retrievable format.

It is necessary for the members of the IQAC to shoulder the responsibilities of generating and promoting awareness in the institution and to devote time for working out the procedural details. While selecting these members several precautions need to be taken. A few of them are listed below:

 It is advisable to choose persons from various backgrounds who have earned respect for integrity and excellence in their teaching and research. Moreover, they should be aware of the ground realities of the institutional environment. They should be known for their commitment to improving the quality of teaching and learning.

 It would be appropriate to choose as senior administrators, persons in charge of institutional services such as library, computer center, estate, student welfare, administration, academic tasks, examination and planning and development.

 The management representative should be a person who is aware of the institution’s objectives, limitations and strengths and is committed to its improvement. The local society representatives should be of high social standing and should have made significant contributions to society and in particular to education.


The role of 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 person with expertise 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 preferable that the coordinator may have sound knowledge about the computer, its various functions and usage for effective communication.


Operational Features of the IQAC

Quality assurance is a by-product of ongoing efforts to define the objectives of an institution, to have a work plan to achieve them and to specify the checks and balances to evaluate the degree to which each of the tasks is fulfilled. Hence devotion and commitment to improvement rather than mere institutional control is the basis for devising procedures and instruments for assuring quality. The right balance between the health and growth of an institution needs to be struck. The IQAC has to ensure that whatever is done in the institution for “education” is done efficiently and effectively with high standards. In order to do this, the IQAC will have to first establish procedures and modalities to collect data and information on various aspects of institutional functioning.


The coordinator of the IQAC and the secretary will have a major role in implementing these functions. The IQAC may derive major support from the already existing units and mechanisms that contribute to the functions listed above. The operational features and functions discussed so far are broad-based to facilitate institutions towards academic excellence and institutions may adapt them to their specific needs.


Monitoring Mechanism

The institutions need to submit yearly the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to NAAC. A functional Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) and timely submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQARs) are the Minimum Institutional Requirements (MIR) to volunteer for second, third or subsequent cycle’s accreditation. During the institutional visit the NAAC peer teams will interact with the IQACs to know the progress, functioning as well quality sustenance initiatives undertaken by them.


The Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR) may be the part of the Annual Report. The AQAR shall be approved by the statutory bodies of the HEIs (such as Syndicate, Governing Council/Board) for the follow up action for necessary quality enhancement measures.


The Higher Education Institutions (HEI) shall submit the AQAR regularly to NAAC. The IQACs may create its exclusive window on its institutional website and regularly upload/ report on its activities, as well as for hosting the AQAR.


The NAAC Accredited institutions need to submit only the soft copy as word file (.doc/.docx) through e-mail ( The file name needs to be submitted with Track ID of the institution and College Name. For example MHCOGN16601-Samudra Arts and Science College, Taliamegu-Maharashtra.doc. The Higher Education Institutions need not submit the printed/hard copy to NAAC. The acknowledgements would be sent to the institutions through e- mail.


The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC

All NAAC accredited Institutions/Departments will submit an annual self-reviewed progress report to NAAC, through its IQAC. The report is to detail the tangible results achieved in key areas, specifically identified by the Institution/Department al IQAC at the beginning of the academic year. The AQAR will detail the results of the perspective plan worked out by the IQAC. (Note: The AQAR period would be the Academic Year. For example, July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013)

Part – A



        AQAR for the year


i. Details of the Institution/Department



  • Name of the Institution/Department





  • Address Line 1



Address Line 2

City/Town PATNA
Pin Code 800001
Institution/Department e-mail address
Contact Nos. 0612-2353295
Name of the Head of the Institution/Department : Prof. Dr Upendra Prasad Singh
Tel. No. with STD Code: 0612-2353295
Mobile: 09431049879
Name of the IQAC Co-ordinator (if any at Department Level): Prof. S.S. Prasad
Mobile: 09103203702
IQAC e-mail address (if any at Department Level):


  • NAAC Track ID





  • NAAC Executive Committee No. and date

(from NAAC certificate as indicated)

  • Website address:




           Weblink of the AQAR






  • Accreditation Details
SI. No. Cycle Grade CGPA Year of Accreditation Validity Period
1 1st cycle B 2.57 2015 05


  • Date of Establishment of IQAC



  • AQAR for the Year

Details of the Previous years AQAR Submitted to NAAC after the latest Assessment and Accreditation by NAAC

The accreditation was awarded in November 2015




  • Institutional Status
University (State /Central/Deemed/Private)  State Body Corporate
Affiliated College No
Constituent College Yes
Autonomous college of UGC No
Regulatory Agency approved Institution (eg. AICTE, BCI, MCI, PCI, NCI) No
Type of Institution/Department (Co-education/ Men / Women)     Co-education
Type of Institution/Department (Urban/Rural/ Tribal       Urban
Financial Status(Grant-in-aid/ UGC 2(f) / UGC 12B)         Yes
Grant-in-aid(Grant-in-aid + Self Financing/Totally Self-financing)       Grant in aid + self financing


  • Type of Faculty/Programme


Faculty Yes/No
Arts             Yes
Science             Yes
Commerce              No
Law               No
PEI (Phys edu) No
TEI (Edu) No
Engineering No
Health Science No
Management No
Others (Specify)       Vocational courses -BCA, BBM, Bio-Tech
Magadh University


  • Name of Affiliating university to the college


  • Special status conferred by Central/ State Government– UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMR etc
Special status NO
Autonomy by State/Central Govt. / University NIL
University with Potential for Excellence NO
DST Star Scheme NO


UGC-Special Assistance Programme NO
UGC-Innovative PG programmes NO
UGC-COP Programmes NO
Any other (Specify) NO


2. IQAC Composition and Activities (if any at department level)




  • of Teachers




  • of Administrative/Technical staff




  • of students




  • of Management representatives





  • of Alumni




  1. 6 No. of any other stakeholder and community representatives




  • of Employers/ Industrialists






  • of other External Experts




  • Total No. of members



  • of IQAC meetings held








  • of meetings with various stakeholders:
Meetings Numbers
Total No.                      08
Faculty                       03
Non-Teaching Staff                      02
Students                      02
Alumni                      01
Others                       NO


  • Has IQAC received any funding from UGC during the year?


If yes, mention the amount



  • Seminars and Conferences (only quality related)


  • of Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Symposia organized by the IQAC(IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL)
Total Nos. International National State Institution/Department


03   01 01     01


  • Themes                       


·         Suggestions given to expedite the process of National accreditation to A+

·         Emphasis on introducing new programme in the emerging area.

·         More emphasis on soft skills

·         Enhancement on computer literacy

·         Promotion of social work with academic activities    



  • Significant Activities and contributions made by IQAC(IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL)










  • Plan of Action by IQAC (IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL) outcome

        The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC (        IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL) in beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved y the end of the year.

                  Plan of Action Achievements
·         Intellectual forum  Enhance and encourage the skill of the students


·         Institutional social responsibility Awareness of women literacy

Literacy and numeracy skill in every individual  

·         Students curricular activities ·         Speech on Vivekanand  birth anniversary

·         Recitation

·         Sports

·         Cleanliness drive

·         Green campus

·         Yoga Day


* Attach the Academic Calendar of the year as Annexure.







          Whether the AQAR was placed in statutory body              Yes                                        No










                                Management                                        Syndicate                              Any other body   


Provide the details of the action taken.


Action Taken

·         Creative writing, project writing , communication skill were taught to students

·         Faculty members and students were encouraged to promote literacy programme.

·         Different activities like – debate, speech competition, elocution, recitation programme were arranged in the college.


Part – B

Criterion      –       I

1. Curricular Aspects

  • Details about Academic Programmes

Level of the Programme

Number of existing Programmes Number of programmes added during the year Number of self- financing programmes Number of value added / Career Oriented


PG 05          –    
UG 14          – 03  
PG Diploma        
Advanced Diploma        
Total 19   03  




  • (i) Flexibility of the Curriculum: CBCS/Core/Elective option / Open options


Flexibility of the Curriculum Yes/No
Choice Based Credit System If yes, give details as annexure
Elective Option  
Open Options  


(ii) Pattern of programmes:


Pattern Number of programmes
Semester P G
Annual UG,  Voccational  


  • Feedback from stakeholders* (On all aspects in numbers)
Alumni Parents Employers Students













Mode of feedback 


Online Manual Co-operating schools (for PEI)



*Please provide an analysis of the feedback in the Annexure


  • Whether there is any revision/update of regulation or syllabi, if yes, mention their salient NA







  • Any new Department/Centre introduced during the year. If yes, give NA





Criterion – II

  1. Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
    • Total No. of permanent faculty
Total Asst. Professors Associate Professors Professors Others
33 03        21            08 Scientist-01


  • of permanent faculty with Ph.D.


  • of Faculty Positions Recruited (R) and Vacant (V) during the year


Asst. Professors Associate Professors Professors Others Total
03   05     02            05


  • of :


Guest faculty                      04
Visiting faculty                       10
Temporary faculty                       27












  • Faculty participation in conferences and symposia:
No. of Faculty International level National level State level
Attended Seminars/ Workshops 11 22 48
Presented papers 09 16 12
Resource Persons      


  • Innovative processes adopted by the Institution/Department in Teaching and Learning:
·         Healthy interaction between students and teachers.

·         Tutorial classes.

·         Remedial classes.

·         Well equipped laboratories.

·         Group discussion.

·         Guest lectures by eminent scholars.

·         Seminars, conferences.











  • Total No. of actual teaching days during this academic year





  • Examination/ Evaluation Reforms initiated by the Institution/Department (for example: Open Book examination, Bar Coding, Double Valuation, Photocopy, Online Multiple Choice Questions) NA


  • of faculty members involved in curriculum restructuring/revision/syllabus development
as member of Board of Study As Faculty As Curriculum Development workshop
05   05


  • Average percentage of attendance of students





  • Course/Programme wise distribution of pass percentage :



Title of the Programme

Total no. of students appeared Division
Distinction % I % II % III % Pass %
BA,  B.Sc, BCA, BBM, Bio-tech 1772   57.3% 35.1% 22.9%


MA, M.Sc 254   72% 23.1%    


  • How does IQAC(if any at department level) Contribute/Monitor/Evaluate the Teaching & Learning processes :
IQAC contribute the teaching and Learning processes by continuous monitoring of each department.






  • Initiatives undertaken towards faculty development


Faculty / Staff Development Programmes Number of faculty benefitted
Refresher courses  
UGC – Faculty Improvement Programme  
HRD programmes  
Orientation programmes                            
Faculty exchange programme  
Staff training conducted by the university  
Staff training conducted by other institutions  
Summer / Winter schools, Workshops, etc.  


  • Details of Administrative and Technical staff
Category Number of Permanent Employees Number of Vacant Positions Number of permanent positions filled during the Year Number of positions filled temporarily
Administrative Staff 30 76                    – 04
Technical Staff 02 01                   – 03

Criterion – III

  1. Research, Consultancy and Extension
    • Initiatives of the IQAC(if any at department level) in Sensitizing/Promoting Research Climate in the institution
·         Though Research is promoted by a separate committee IQAC has helped in promoting and strengthening the research culture.

·         The Emphasis on research has initiated the interest of the faculty members and students.

·         IQAC has initiated the emphasis on getting the research articles of the teachers and students published in listed journals,

·          Projects desirtation and thesis for doctoral degree are supervised by the faculty members.


  • Details regarding major projects
  Completed Ongoing Sanctioned Submitted
Number             02 02  
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs        92 Lakhs    


  • Details regarding minor projects      NA 



  Completed Ongoing Sanctioned Submitted
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs        


  • Details on research publications
  International National Others
Peer Review Journals             06               05               12
Non-Peer Review Journals   02  
Conference proceedings   02  


  • Details on Impact factor of publications:
Range 1.689-5.75
Average 3.05
h-index 17
Nos. in SCOPUS  


  • Research funds sanctioned and received from various funding agencies, industry and other organisations


Nature of the Project Duration


Name of the

funding Agency

Total grant


Major projects 2015-2018




58 Lakhs 

34 Lakhs

Minor Projects        
Interdisciplinary Projects        
Industry sponsored        
Projects sponsored by the University/ College        
Students research projects

(other than compulsory by the University)

Any other(Specify)        
Total     92 Lakhs  


  • of books published
I.   With ISBN No. 02
II. Chapters in Edited Books  
III. Without ISBN No 01



  • of University Departments receiving funds from


UGC-SAP 4.62 Lakhs
DST-FIST 13.10 Lakhs
DBT Scheme/funds  


  • For colleges NA
DBT Star Scheme  
Any Other (specify)  


  • Revenue generated through consultancy NA
  • of conferences organized by the Institution/Department
Level International National State University College
Number   01 01   01
Sponsoring agencies  



Bihar Urdu Academy

T.P.S. College Patna




  • of faculty served as experts, chairpersons or resource persons





  • of collaborations NA


Any other  


  • of linkages created during this year


  • Total budget for research for current year in lakhs :
From Funding agency 17.72 Lakhs
From Management of University/College  


  • of patents received this year NA
Type of Patent   Number
National Applied  
International Applied  
Commercialised Applied  


  • of research awards/ recognitions received by faculty and research fellows Of the institute in the year
Total International National State University Dist College/Department



  • of faculty from the Institution/Department
who are Ph. D. Guides 20
students registered under them 43



  • of Ph.D. awarded by faculty from the Institution/Department



  • of Research scholars receiving the Fellowships (Newly enrolled + existing ones)
JRF SRF Project Fellows Any other
05   07  


  • of students Participated in NSS events:
University level State level National level International level
65 18    


  • of students participated in NCC events:
University level State level National level International level
98 10    



  • of Awards won in NSS:


University level State level National level International level


  • of Awards won in NCC:
University level State level National level International level
02 01    


  • of Extension activities organized
University forum College forum              NCC NSS Any other
02 09 07 05  


  • Major Activities during the year in the sphere of extension activities and Institutional Social Responsibility
Extension activities ·      Cancer Awareness Programme

·      Swachhta Abhiyan

·      Anti Alchohal Drive

·      World Population Day.

·      Yoga camp for a week

Institutional Social Responsibility  
















Criterion – IV

  1. Infrastructure and Learning Resources
    • Details of increase in infrastructure facilities:
Facilities Existing Newly created Source of Fund Total
Campus area 2 acres 6600 m2    
Class rooms 22      
Laboratories 11      
Seminar Halls 02      
No. of important equipments purchased (≥

1-0 lakh) during the current year.

Value of the equipment purchased during

the year (Rs. in Lakhs)



  • Computerization of administration and library

·         Administration section of the college is equipped with computers and internet facilities with Wi-Fi connection.

·         Admission and Examination control room is also equipped with computers for maintenance of records and necessary documents.


·         The library has a library management software (LMS). Which is designed to take care of all the administrative and management functions of the library.

·         It provides the facility to manage the information of books, reference books, articles, journals and circulation in most effective manner.

·         The library has a bar-coding technology. All the books in the library have been bar-coded.     


  • Library services at Department Level:
  Existing Newly added Total
No. Value No. Value No. Value
Text Books 9636 610015 05 3825 9641 613840
Reference Books 12892 1639219 55 55,000 12947 1694219
Digital Database            
CD & Video            
Others (specify)            


  • Technology up gradation (overall)
  Total Computers Computer Labs  


Browsing Centres Computer Centres  


Depart- ments  


Existing 45 02 Yes 01   09 22 04
Added 10       02      
Total 55 02   01 02 09 22 04


  • Computer, Internet access, training to teachers and students and any other programme for technology upgradation (Networking, e-Governance )



  • Amount spent on maintenance in lakhs :
i) ICT 7.51 Lakhs
ii) Campus Infrastructure and facilities 7.46 Lakhs
iii) Equipments 1 Lakhs
iv) Others 1.26 Lakhs
Total : 17.23 Lakhs

          Criterion – V

  1. Student Support and Progression
    • Contribution of IQAC(IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL) in enhancing awareness about Student Support Services
·         Automation of library

·         Cool and clean  drinking water, with RO facilities

·         Tutorial classes

·         Remedial classes for weak  students

·         Books from the departmental seminar library are lent

·         Complementary text books and help books are distributed among the students of the EBC

  • Efforts made by the Institution/Department for tracking the progression
Progression are regularaly monitored on one to one basis   


  • (a) Total Number of students
UG PG Ph. D. Others Total
Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Man Women
1606 455 138 121 12 09     1756       585


  • of students outside the state
UG     –    225  

         Total –        277

PG      –       52                       


  • of international students NA
  In numbers




Last Year This Year
General SC ST OBC Physically Challenged Total General SC ST OBC Physically Challenged Total
420     118 92   20 47   06 953 164    1512 308 447   158 127 29 104 20 928 247   1606455


Demand ratio 3:5:1
Dropout % 8%


  • Details of student support mechanism for coaching for competitive examinations (If any) No. of students beneficiaries NA


  • of students qualified in these examinations


  • Details of student counselling and career guidance
Counseling facility is provided to the students and faculty members  who are deputed to co-ordinate the process.

Department wise

The college has counseling cell under the supervision of the co-ordinator along with the team of different faculty members resolve the problem of the students of all level and guide them in academic behavioural and social growth. Proper career path is also indentified and according shown by them. They guide them to plan and achieve their post college/university goals. The college maintains an open door policy for all faculty members where the students can interact with any faculty member. Their queries and career options are answered satisfactorily. They address any difficulties for examples learning psychological, violence or abuse and bully in campus that students may be facing in the unfamiliar surrounding in a new campus. Every year a respectable no. of students are benefitted.


No. of students benefitted

  • Details of campus placement
On campus Off Campus
Number of Organizations Visited Number of Students Participated Number of Students Placed Number of Students Placed
02 67 12 38
  • Details of gender sensitization programmes
·         Awareness programme on ‘Hygiene for girl students’

·         Self deference training programme organized by IQAC

·         Lecture organized on ‘food and nutrition for the girl students especially the teenagers.

·         Special Attention is given in the field of sports.


   5.9 Students Activities

       No. of students participated in Sports, Games and other events

State/ University level 95
National level 02
International level  


  • of students participated in cultural events
State/ University level 32
National level  
International level  


    5.9.2  No. of medals /awards won by students in Sports, Games and other events: Sports :


State/ University level 08
National level  
International level  


No. of medals /awards won by students in Sports, Games and other events: Cultural:



State/ University level 02
National level  
International level  


  • Scholarships and Financial Support
  Number of students Amount
Financial support from Institution/Department    
Financial support from government 23 2,03,004
Financial support from other sources 13 3,25,000
Number of students who received International/ National recognitions    


  • Student organised / initiatives Fairs: NA


State/ University level  
National level  
International level  


Student organised / initiatives Exhibition:


State/ University level  
National level  
International level  


  • of social initiatives undertaken by the students




  • Major grievances of students (if any) redressed:


Criterion – VI

  • Governance, Leadership and Management


  • State the Vision and Mission of the institution

The vision of our institute is to mould the character and shape the career of an individual to meet the competition of the modern job-oriented market. We perfect the behavior and educate the “Younger generation of today for tomorrow.


Our mission is to offer innovative and socially relevant job-oriented courses with a view to enhance employment prospects of the learners. In carrying out skill development we endeavor to upgrade the knowledge. Skill and behavior are the two outstanding traits with which students would strive towards excellence in all spheres of life.    


  • Does the Institution/Department has a management Information System


  • Quality improvement strategies adopted by the Institution/Department for each of the following:
    • Curriculum Development
·         Curriculum development :-­ Strategies adopted by the institution traditionally are still up to mark and fruitful for the students. With the fruitful advancement of the technology smart class rooms have been designed to meet the advanced standard of teaching.

·         Research oriented studies is mainly emphasized upon.

·         Major and minor Researches of national and international level are     encouraged which, is followed by getting funded by the UGC and private sponsors as possible. 

·         Projects are to be worked upon .

·         Elites lectures and workshops are held at intervals.

·         Library plays an important role, majorly help in the overall  all development of the faculty and the students alike.

       More and more of reference work related to ones subject and is a massive help in research inculcating habit and knowledge enhancement.          

·         Educational tour to concerned places, like museum, monuments, botanical garden  and other  places of importance are encouraged.

·         Documentaries i.e audio-visual ways of teaching and learning is very important which gives a clear understanding of the topics.


  • Teaching and Learning
·         Teaching and Learning :-  The institution has framed various strategies for teaching and learning methods by improvising the traditional way of teaching to e-teaching by using smart classrooms and internet. Information through technology in the present time has become inevitable.

·         Classroom teaching i.e face to face teaching and learning process is largely beneficial.

·         Interactive learning is a healthy way of procuring knowledge, developing a rapport between the teachers and the learner.

·         Tutorials, field studies, discussions debates and quiz are the substantial ways which benefit the teacher and the students alike.

·         Time to time laboratories and libraries are upgraded to familiarize the students with new techniques and writings. Live classes are organised so that students get practical feel of the subject.

·         Use of ICT, INFLIBNET, e-library  resources, smart board, Power Point Presentation  OHP’s are encouraged

·          Attending Refresher /orientation courses is mandatory for all the faculty members,

·          Participation in Conference , seminars, symposium and workshops are the part  and parcel  of both, the teacher and the students.

·         feed-back system is a health practice adopted by the institution


  • Examination and Evaluation
·         Examination and Evaluation :-These two terms are co-related and a ceaseless processes which greatly helps in the improvement of the quality  of the higher education.

·         Sessional and end semester exams are held and evaluated, upgrading the students level.

·         Teachers authoritative power is very limited i.e in taking the exam as an invigilator and as an examiner in evaluating ones result.


  • Research and Development


·         Research and development:- Research is one fantastic way of developing the skill of reading writing and finding the appropriate information concerned.

·         It enhances the analytical power of the researcher.

·         Exercise to the mental ability of an individual.

·         Promotes and sustains research culture:   

Like writing papers and getting published in major journal.

·         Research aptitudes are developed through projects as per the curriculum.

·         E-Journals and internet are inevitably used. 


  • Library, ICT and physical infrastructure / instrumentation
·         Library, ICT and Physical Infrastructure/Instrumentation.

·         Library is an integral part of an institution.

·         Well equipped library with the proper reading room is a boon for our students.

·         Time to Time the library is upgraded.

·         An accordance with the needs of the students and the demand of the teachers, books are purchased.

·         News Papers and journals keeps the students abreast with the current development and researches.

·         Barcoding of the books made easy access to the books for the students and the faculty members.


  • Human Resource Management
·         Human Resource Management:- Channelizing the human resource of the institution in a proper manner leads to the growth of the college.

·         Efforts are made to maintain the balance between the students and teacher ratio, on call teachers are invited. This helps in the timely completion of the course.

·         Teachers are deputed for various administrative responsibilities which helps in smooth functioning of the college.

·         In order to maintain the cultural environment the faculty members along with the students hosts different activities which gives them the chance to exhibit their talent.    


  • Faculty and Staff recruitment
·         For Community Development programmers, N.S.S, and N.C.C wings along with their co-ordinators work for the society in various way like teaching the downtrodden, maintaining the environment green, first Aid services etc.


  • Industry Interaction / Collaboration
·         Industry Interaction / Collaboration:- As per the needs of the departments this strategy is practiced.

·         Group of students are sent for internships to different fields for a stipulated time period.

·         Enhances Practical Knowledge and development of their personality.

·         People from different industries and institutions are invited for in-house lectures, skill development and training.

·         Seminars and workshops are organized in collaboration with the other institutions.  



  • Admission of Students
·         Admission of students:- Students are admitted to the college on the basis of cut off marks.

·         Accordingly the students are enlisted and admitted.

·         Within this, the number of granted seats in each subject and in each year a minimum cut-off marks is fixed. In accordance to this seats are occupied.

·         In self financing courses admission is taken on the basis of entrance exam.  





  • Welfare schemes for
Teaching  Group Insurance, Employee Welfare Fund, Teachers Association Welfare Fund
Non teaching Group Insurance, Employee Welfare Fund,
Students ·         Recommendation for scholarship for private agencies

·         Career counseling session


  • Total corpus fund generated
18.19 Lakhs


  • Whether annual financial audit has been done Yes





  • Whether Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) has been done?
Audit Type External Internal
Yes/No Agency Yes/No Authority
Academic     Yes Principal and Academic Committee
Administrative     Yes Proctorial Borad 


Administrative Body


  • Does the University/ Autonomous College declare results within 30 days?


For UG Programmes  No


For PG Programmes  No



  • What efforts are made by the University/ Autonomous College for Examination Reforms?
Examination reforms are undertaken by the University




  • What efforts are made by the University to promote autonomy in the affiliated/constituent colleges?



  • Activities and support from the Alumni Association
·         Alumni association of the institution has been registered

·         Alumni intnaet with teachers, non-teaching staff and students and share their views on different issues.





  • Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
All the departments of the college arrange parent-teacher meeting in their department. Faculty members of each department meet with parents individually and discuss the development of their ward. Feedback are taken from parents and suggestions are welcome to improve the quality of the college.


  • Development programmes for support staff
·         In-house capacity building programme for staff.

·         In-house programme for enhancing computer ability.

·        Emphasis on work culture is the priority of the college. 



  • Initiatives taken by the Institution/Department to make the campus eco-friendly
1.      Maximum use of LED bulbs

2.      Plantation of sapling to make the campus green

3.      Say ‘No’ to polybags  campaign in the campus.

4.      Cleanliness drive to make the campus clean

5.      Preparation and display of posters to save environment by the students of NSS.




  • Does the University/ Autonomous College declare results within 30 days?


For UG Programmes  No


For PG Programmes  No



  • What efforts are made by the University/ Autonomous College for Examination Reforms?
Examination reforms are undertaken by the University




  • What efforts are made by the University to promote autonomy in the affiliated/constituent colleges?



  • Activities and support from the Alumni Association
·         Alumni association of the institution has been registered (Registration No.       ).

·         Alumni intnaet with teachers, non-teaching staff and students and share their views on different issues.





  • Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association



  • Development programmes for support staff
·         In-house capacity building programme for staff.

·         In-house programme for enhancing computer ability.

·        Emphasis on work culture is the priority of the college. 



  • Initiatives taken by the Institution/Department to make the campus eco-friendly
6.      Maximum use of LED bulbs

7.      Plantation of sapling to make the campus green

8.      Say ‘No’ to polybags  campaign in the campus.

9.      Cleanliness drive to make the campus clean

10.  Preparation and display of posters to save environment by the students of NSS.



Criterion – VII

  • Innovations and Best Practices
    • Innovations introduced during this academic year which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the institution. Give
·         Personality development programme.

·         Students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities.

·         Departmental seminar, group discussions are encouraged.

·         Development of soft skills.

·         Encouraging creative writing.   

  • Provide the Action Taken Report (ATR) based on the plan of action decided upon at the beginning of the year
All the plans chalked out during the beginning of the year were completed successfully.


  • Give two Best Practices of the Institution/Department (Annexure ‘II’)
  • Contribution to environmental awareness / protection
·         Plantation of saplings

·         Regular Maintenance of plants and trees

·         Eco-friendly Environment campus

·         Maintain discipline


  • Whether environmental audit was conducted? Yes/ No


  • Any other relevant information the Institution/Department wishes to add. (for example SWOT Analysis)

1.      Majority of the students of the college are of the sub urban and rural background, mostly belonging to the weaker section of society. It is a great challenge for the faculty members.

2.      Strong work culture among the faculty members and the support staff of the college.

3.      The college excels in sports, N.C.C and N.S.S. in the field of

·         Sports innumerable medals and awards are bagged by the students

·         Capable N.C.C Cadets has represented our state at national level .

·         N.S.S. is one such being which is the synonym of its activities.

4.        Strong Mentoring system, which is executed religiously. 


·         Add-on course of  Yoga Science is in the pipe line as proposal has been sent to the Patliputra University.

·         PG programmes in Botany, Zoology and Philosophy have been applied for.

·         Construction of an examination Hall

·         Language lab to begin shortly.


·         Shortage of university appointed teachers.

·         Emphasis on enhancing MIS.

·         Strengthening of the number of Alumni

·         The college  placement cell should be more active

Future plans

·         Creation of a Research and Development cell for promoting minor and major research programms.


8     Plans of Institution/Department for next year

·         Establishment of  research and development cell.

·         Construction of an exclusive examination hall

·         Extension of administrative block and library

·         To obtain research-funded projects

·         To increase collaboration with leading industries

·         To improve student internship progamme

·         To hold alumni meet and increase the number of alumni  


Name     S.S. PRASAD                                                             Name     Upendra Prasad Singh


Signature of the Coordinator                                                             Signature of the Chairperson




14.5.   Academic Calender      (Annexture-I)



  1. Analysis of feedback (Annexure II)
The satisfactions survey form developed for the students by the college show quite positive results. The students felt proud of their college. According to the survey results the involvement and concern of the teaching faculty of each department helped the students to face today’s competitive world. Classed were held regularly on its stipulated time. The standard of teaching was such that it encouraged students to come? Prepared for the classes which further helped them in facing different career oriented exams. From time to time the college tried to inform the growth and development of the wards to the guardians. Though the students felt the need of more improved classrooms and reading room. On survey it was found that the students were quite satisfied with the cultural and co-curricular activities of the college which led to a complete enhancement of their personality. 


  1. Best Practices of the Institution (Annexure III)
Best practices I

(I)        TiTle – skill development and training of the teachers and students.

(II)       Goal – To facilitate an individual learning and upgrading process

(a)    To make one computer friendly.

(b)   Emphasis on soft skills: adept at surfing, e-mailing, video-conferencing, power-point presentation etc.

(c)    Developing communication skill: English being our computer language 

(d)   Group discussion, mock interview.

(III)   Achievement: prepares an individual to meet the demand of the present

         Job-oriented market.

In the present scenario emphasis on the skill development is a must for which we need to organize continuous training and assessment programme. Computer literacy and communication skill are mandatory.

Best practices II



II Goad : mentees real learning Environment to be customized according to ones need.

·         Disabilities of mentees are identified individually.

·         Keen understanding of different needs are assessed.

·         Target the orientation of the students holistic development.

·         One to one discussion in a congenial atmosphere which adds value to their life.

Mentoring :- Mentorship is an art and this art is practical to its lest by our institution. Its goal are achieved in manifold. A individual is prepared to meet every front of life by helping them to break the ice by getting them out of their cocooned life. Identifying their needs and weakness efforts are made to support  them comprehensively.