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  INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the College is committed to its role in improving and assuring quality in all academic and related activities of the College. In this context, the IQAC maintains an action plan for academic performance and evaluation system, motivates adoption of quality enhancement measures in the teaching-learning process, monitors the feedback process, maintains academic coordination, promotes research among teachers and students and coordinates the working of the committees and cells in the college which are responsible for organizing various cocurricular and extension activities through out the academic session.
  Vision
To make quality the defining element of the teaching-learning, research and evaluation via a combination of self and external quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance initiatives.
  1. Redefining the Quality Indication of Education.
  2. Revisiting the goals of education with the objective of fostering competencies among students.
  3. Inculcating value system among students through curriculum implementation and interactive activities.
  4. Promoting the use of ICT in both teaching and administrative processes.
  5. Adopting pedagogical methodologies to develop scientific and research temperament.
  6. Introducing new add-on courses keeping in sync with the latest trends.
  7. Encouraging self-evaluation, assessment and accountability in all stakeholders through a feedback system.
  8. Organizing professional and skill-based seminars/workshops/guest lectures of interdisciplinary nature.
  9. Establishing inter and intra institutional collaborations for academic advancement.
  10. Inculcating consciousness in all stakeholders towards eco-friendly practices.
  11. Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions.
  12. Striving towards increasing the contribution of the college in National Development through taking up outreach programs leading to social justice and equality.
  13. Strengthening the alumni program so that the alumni of college plays an active role in its growth and advancement.
  14. Ensuring enhancement and integration among the various academic, extracurricular and extension activities of the college and institutionalize good practices.
  15. Build an organized methodology of documentation and internal communication.
 Function
  1. IQAC was set up in the college in 2008. The function of the IQAC is to redefine the teaching -learning -evaluation methods adopted in imparting education in the light of changing trends so that the College can achieve its vision of continuous quality enhancement.
  2. It is constituted for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation on the basis of the seven criteria of accreditation laid down by NAAC.
  3. It constitutes committees for smooth functioning of academic and administrative activities.
  4. It coordinates with all stakeholders at various levels through informal interaction, official meetings, feedback system, etc.
  5. Its main objective is to plan and implement quality initiatives and evaluate the same. It follows its calendar for meetings, quality agenda and maintains minutes of its proceedings.
  6. It encourages conduct of workshops, awareness programmes, special lectures on quality innovations, curriculum enrichment, research-oriented seminars, and workshops in all criteria of NAAC.
  7. It also plans and encourages advanced learning resources, ICT management and gives suggestions for empowerment of staff, leadership, governing pattern and strategic perspective planning.
  8. It plans and supports effective implementation for collaboration and extension activities for all stakeholders.
  9. It analyzes the feedback received from all stakeholders and informs the concerned person about its outcome for improvement.
  10. It also appreciates, encourages and provides support required by all staff for their quality sustenance and improvement in teaching, research and administration.
 The IQAC COMMITTEE
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC) of the college has been reconstituted in March 2021 and following are its members:
  • Chairperson – Principal
  • Member – Dr. K.C. Pathak, Member, Managing Committee
  • Member – Dr. Shashi Bala Rahti, Member, Managing Committee
  • Member – Dr. Sanjay Mishra, M.B.A. Department, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University
  • Coordinator – Dr. Anamika kaushiva, Associate Prof. Economics
  • Dr. Shashi Shukla, Associate Prof. Music
  • Dr. Kanak Lata Singh, Associate Prof. Sociology
  • Dr. Preeti Pathak, Associate Prof., Political Sc.
  • Dr. Asha Gupta, Associate Prof. Hindi
  • Dr. Radha Yadav, Associate Prof. Education
  • Dr. Geeta Agarwal, Assist. Prof. Drawing and Painting
  • Dr. Seema Gautam, Assist. Prof. History
  • Shri Ashutosh Singh, Assist. Prof. Drawing and Painting
  • Ms. Priyanka Verma, Assist. Prof. English
  • Dr. Preeti Verma, Assist. Prof., Physical Education
  • Dr. Abhilasha Saraswat, Assist. Prof., Home Science
  • Dr. Alka Jaiswal, Assist. Prof., Fashion Designing
  • Dr. Pragya Rawat, Assist. Prof., Commerce
  1. Letter IQAC Committee 21-22
  2. Letter IQAC Committee 2020-21
  3. Letter IQAC Committee 2019
 IQAC Action Plan

Action plan for Academic Year 2019-20
  • Academic Seminars and Conferences to be organised.by various Departments
  • Organising Debates/Seminars based on Value System.
  • NCC, NSS, Rovers Rangers and departments are expected to conduct gender sensitization, women empowerment, social awareness, environment awareness programmes and extracurricular activities.
  • Annual Day of the college in January 2020 – painting exhibition, Fashion Show and Dance-Music Drama proposed.
  • Participation of Faculty members in Refresher Courses/Faculty Development Programme/webinar/seminar
  • Campus of the college to be made plastic free.
  • Submitting the AQAR
 Minutes
 Action Taken Reports
 Policy Document
 Best Practice
  1. Title of the Practice: Quality Improvement in the Teaching and Learning Process
  2. Goal: To achieve the principles of the teaching / learning process. This best practice was adopted with the goal to raise the curiosity of a student in a particular topic, to encourage the students to question, analyse and apply what they learn and to increase their interaction in the class.
  3. The Context Rapid advancement in technology is bringing about many changes in the teaching/learning process. The facilitators have to keep pace with the rapid changes taking place not only in their subject but also in the use of in the teaching-learning process. Keeping the students attentive throughout the lecture is another challenge. The Teachers can now use a variety of tools to keep the learner engaged in the learning process. Today knowledge is just a click away to the learner; a challenge faced by facilitators is to keep pace with the latest news and happenings. The teaching/learning process is given immense importance in the college. The college encourages their facilitators to continuously enhance their teaching abilities and tries to provide ICT.
  4. The Practice The teaching /learning process starts with defining the course outcomes and learning outcomes. During the lectures, teachers encourage classroom interaction through discussions and questioning. Various forms of assessment are used for continuous evaluation such as group discussions, assignments, PowerPoint presentations, class test to name a few. Various co-curricular activities are also organized for the learners. These activities give students an opportunity to put their knowledge into application. Our teaching /learning process gives freedom to learners to share their views and ideas. A major limitation in the teaching /learning process is the time constraint. The facilitators have various ideas which they would like to implement in their class, however Due to paucity of time, many ideas and innovations are not implemented by the teachers and are often postponed to the next session. Yet, quality improvement continues to be the motive behind all initiatives undertaken.
  5. Evidence of success: The evidence of success is visible, qualitatively as well as quantitatively. The qualitative indicators are an increasingly positive outlook towards life in students, improvement in their learning behavior and desire to understand things rather than learning by the rot. The quantitative indicators for learners are – good academic performance in all courses offered, active participation of students in co-curricular activities, Outstanding performance of NCC and NSS units. Some students have put their learning into application by starting their own businesses particularly in students in subjects like Fashion Designing. Focus on holistic development rather than merely academic success contributes in creating socially sensitive individuals.
  6. Problems encountered and Resources Required : Situated in the middle of the city in a crowded area, in a small campus, space is often a constraint- particularly in introducing new courses. Many sports cannot be introduced due to paucity of space. The a large percentage of students of the college belong to a low income group, this too is a constraint in many ways. Being an aided college the resources for expansion of ICT are very limited. Resources, in particular finance, is continuously required to upgrade technology requirements. Dedicated teaching and non-teaching staff are the pillars of strength of the teaching/learning process. Without a dedicated team, success cannot be achieved.
  1. Title of the Practice : Expansion and innovations in Library Facilities
  2. Goal : The College aims at implement innovative practices in the Library. The automation of the library with the KOHA software is in progress and the target is to complete it by 2021-22 session. Helping the teachers, research scholars and the students to avail the service from our Library Referral Service and to increase access e-content through digital library resources is proposed.
  3. The Context : Teachers, research scolars and most important U G and PG students need both text and refernce books and journals. Introduction of students to use of erources is the need of the hour. Subscriptions to e-journals, E-Library centers – INFLIBNET, DELNET etc. will broaden the area of study for both teachers and students. Having a ‘digital corner’ in the library with some computer Kisocks and wi-fi connection and the assistance and guidance of the library staff is desireable. The research articles of the teaching staff can be recorded in the repository and will receive citations by Indexed databases/journals. This acts as a link between user and the author of the abstracts and connects them for further sharing of information or intellectual discussion.
  4. The Practice : Automation and digitalization of the library will enable the teachers, research scholars and students to use the Internet, e-journals and E libraries more effectively and efficiently for the research studies and any other academic pursuits. INLIBNET, Shodhganga, DELNET and Inter-Library Loan facility will expand our resources – which is very important presently due to paucity of finance for purchasing physical books and journals. The library, in collaboration with the Dept of library and Information Sciences proposes to start a certificate course on Information Sources, Tools and Techniques to enable the students to use the Internet more effectively and efficiently for the research studies and any other academic pursuits.
  5. Evidence of Success : The College is striving towards the completion of library automation at the earliest. Subsdription of e-journals in all subjects is being encouraged. Workshop for creation of awareness in students about digital library and econtent is proposed annually.
  6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required : The automation process is time consuming and for an aided college, limited availability of finance is a big constraint. Again, lack of grants also posses a constraint in increasing subscriptions and purchase of new books and resources for digitalization. Further, lack of adequate permanent staff due to long overdue appointments by the Higher Education Commission, U.P. makes the achievement of goals difficult.
 AQAR
 IQAC Initiatives
 
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