The Aims and Objective of the IQAC
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  1. To serve as a catalyst for the institution's overall academic and administrative improvement, and to ensure that academic, administrative, and financial activities are completed in a timely, efficient, and progressive manner.
  2. Define quality parameters for the college's numerous academic and administrative tasks, as well as develop an organized documentation and internal communication technique.
  3. To monitor the institution's quality and ensure that the departments' corrective actions are implemented successfully. To undertake quality-related initiatives, consultancy and training programs.
  4. To intervene and guide departments as needed in order to improve quality. Creating and implementing quality benchmarks and parameters Examining each department's results, syllabi covered, and timetable adherence in depth.
  5. To arouse interest among stakeholders in the pursuit of knowledge, the acquisition of skills, and the attainment of excellence in teaching, learning, and research.
  6. The IQAC has, time to time, adopted the quality parameters set by statutory agencies such as the UGC, NAAC, State Government and the University and used them to assess and assure that quality is maintained.


Members of the IQAC have been carefully chosen to provide effective and good representation at the College staff council, as well as representation of the Commerce, Computer Science, and Science faculties. As a result of the dean faculties and administrative authorities, planning and decision-making have been easier and smoother, and implementation has grown more efficient.

We view the teacher as the centre of all college activities, academic and otherwise, and thus ensuring teachers' advancement aids in quality assurance. Teachers are given supervisory responsibilities for co-curricular, extra-curricular, and extension programs. This is why committees are formed. It's worth noting that these committees are meticulously assembled to guarantee that, when leadership changes, important experienced members remain constant, ensuring high performance levels. Teachers have been able to participate in quality sustenance as a result of this decentralization. Over time, this experience has aided in the development of a fairly reliable and efficient system.