Academic Quality & Standard

Composition of IQAC

Chairman of Institute
1 Mr R.S Bhadoria  
Member from the Management
2 Mr Gaurav Bhadoria  
Teachers to represent all level (Three to eight)
3 Mr Anil Kumar Pathak Dr Mamta Shukla
4 Dr Pankaj Singh Mrs Nandini
5 Mrs P Kamle  
6 Mr Mayank Shukla  
Few Senior administrative officers
7 Mr D. D. Singh  
One nominee each from local society / Community
8 Dr Arun Kumar Singh  
One nominee each from Employers / Industry
9 Mr Amit Pandey  
One of the senior teachers as the coordinator
10 Mr Mohit Kumar Srivastava  
  • The IQAC will be the internal mechanism for planning, guiding and monitoring Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Enhancement (QE) activities of the institute.
  • It will be a facilitative and participative cell, which becomes a driving force for ushering in quality by working out intervention strategies to remove deficiencies and enhance quality.
  • Its initiatives will be directed towards future and will rely on the transformation model of change by creating the necessary organizational culture.

Course allocation is to be done by heads of departments by the end of previous semester in order to enable faculty members to start their preparation in vacation for the courses allotted to them. The steps to be followed by departments are

  • Collecting electives choices from the final year students.
  • Collecting the course choices from faculty members.
  • Finalisation of electives considering the student choices, faculty choices, faculty expertise and previous experience of faculty members.
  • Calculation of theory and practical teaching hours as per the finalised electives and university structure.
  • Allocation of courses to faculty

Preparation of all timetables (Class/ Class Room/ Lab and faculty timetables)

Preparation of all time tables including class wise, faculty wise, class room wise and laboratory wise must be completed by respective time table co-coordinators.

The time table has to be approved by the Head of Department/Academic Head/Director.

Time tables must include some slots per week for training and placement activities.

The slots for training and placement activities shall be planned in co-ordination with training and placement cell.

  • Every faculty member will prepare the teaching plan, lab plan of entire semester in-line with the syllabus, department’s academic calendar and class time table.
  • Detailed unit-wise and date-wise plan for theory as well as lab will be prepared as per format.
  • Also each Faculty will represent the course outcomes correlation with Program outcome and program specific outcome with help of CO-PO matrix and CO- PSO matrix.
  • Teaching plan and CO, PO, PSO Correlation shall be approved by head of department, Academic Head and Director.

Every faculty will prepares the course file, lesson plan and get it approved from HOD, Academic Head and Director before the commencement of the semester.

Course File should consist of following things

  • Theory Teaching Plan
  • Lab Plan
  • CO PO PSO Correlation document for both Theory as well as lab
  • Academic Calendars
  • Class Time Table
  • Individual Time Table
  • Assignment Schedule
  • University previous question papers
  • Unit wise theory question bank
  • Mid Semester/Pre University Exam/End semester University exam record such as Question paper, Attendance, Result
  • Assignment/ Tutorial Record
  • Continuous assessment record
  • List of Slow learners and Advance Learners

The effective implementation of curriculum will be ensured by supplementing classroom teaching with expert lectures, presentations/seminars, mini projects, in- house and industry supported projects, tutorials, group assignments, tutorials, case studies, industry visits, industrial training, internships, hands-in-sessions, e-learning, NPTEL lectures, assignments, internal-tests etc.

Contents beyond curriculum will be identified and taught both in the classroom and in the laboratory to expose student learning to recent trends in the industry.

Head of Department, Academic Head , and Director will monitor the progress of syllabus coverage.

The number of lectures planned and the number of lectures actually conducted will be monitored, and necessary corrective actions will be taken for filling the gap.

Following activities related to academic monitoring should be carried out:

  • Daily class and lab session monitoring
  • Attendance Monitoring (Subject-wise, Class-wise)
  • Slow and advanced learner activity monitoring
  • Syllabus coverage monitoring
  • Continuous Assessment monitoring
  • Internal Examination schedule, result analysis
  • Upload of assignments, video lectures etc
  • Communication to parents through letters and SMS
  • Report of result of class test / unit test
  • Report of marks obtained based on above parameter
  • List of slow learners
  • Schedule of activity for slow learners
  • Attendance record for session conducted for slow learners
  • Report of performance improvement for slow learners
  • List / Record of tasks given to advanced learners