Annual Quality Assurance Report(AQAR) - 2021-2022

         Student Support and Progression

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The governance of the institution is reflective of and in tune with the vision and mission of the institution

Describe the vision and mission statement of the institution on the nature of governance, perspective plans, and participation of the teachers in the decision-making bodies of the institution

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To be a globally recognized educational institution known for outcome based education and application oriented research.


To assist students to understand and enjoy seamless nature of knowledge and encourage them to apply the acquired knowledge to practical use, so that they become worthy, socially responsible good human beings sought after for their leadership qualities.

To foster creativity, innovation, and excellence through example based teaching-learning process imparted in the most simple and easily comprehensible way*.

To continuously upgrade knowledge base of our manpower, improve infrastructure and use of latest technology/pedagogical tools, and update curriculum through periodic feedback from stakeholders to enable students to meet professional requirements and their expectations.

The following process was adapted for defining the Vision and Mission of the Institute:

Step 1: The Vision and Mission are created by taking into account various factors such as critical elements of the teaching-learning system of the institution and ever changing global requirements. The mission and vision are then reviewed, analyzed, and approved by the Board of Governors.

Step 2: Keeping the mission and vision in purview, suggestions are collected from all the stakeholders  (faculty, students, alumni, employers). The feedback and suggestions are then reviewed regularly and institutional policies are framed accordingly.


Step 3: The Board of Governors Meeting is held every 3-4  months for the new semester and  appropriate actions are taken depending on the analyzed feedback.

Step 4: Revised institutional policies are then framed, approved by all statutory bodies and finally circulated amongst all the stakeholders via the college website and notices.

The link for the relevant documents:

 Link of Vision & Mission presented in Institutional Website:


Effective leadership is visible in various institutional practices such as decentralization and participative management.

Describe a case study showing decentralization and participative management in the institution in practice within a maximum of 200 words

The institution practices decentralization and participatory management in keeping with its belief in collective leadership and democratic traditions.

Decentralization Management:

  1. At the beginning of the semester, department-wise subject allocation is done in presence of all faculty members and staff. The HOD oversees the Teaching Plans of his/her departmental faculties.
  2. All HODs and Assistant HODs are given departmental contingency funds of Rs.50,000 for HODs and Rs.20,000 for Assistant HODs. to run the departments properly .
  3. The subject teachers are free to give their suggestions regarding their respective subjects which are placed in the departmental BOS meetings and then placed to the Board of Governors meeting for final approval.
  4. The upcoming semester routine is prepared & academic activities are assigned to all the faculties.
  5. The academic calendar and college diary are prepared where semester-wise teaching plans, examination routines, seminars, workshops, career counseling sessions, remedial and tutorial classes, excursions, and study tours are provided in the presence of all delegates. After the approval of the COE section, the academic calendar is published on the Institutional Website.
  6. The examination is conducted following the guideline provided by the COE section.
  7. In case of any exam-related grievance, the students report it to the Examination Grievance Redressal Committee through proper channels. Based on proper verification of the application appropriate actions are taken at the earliest.

Participative Management:

  1. Daily morning meetings are held from 9.00 am to 9.15 am in the college seminar hall. The top management including the President, Directors, Deans, faculty members, and staff are present in the meeting to discuss various academic and administrative issues which are resolved immediately.
  2. In various decision making and statutory committees, representation from all categories of employees (Principal, Dean, HOD, Faculty Members) and students are kept to ensure participative management.

The Link for the relevant documents:

Link for class routine :

Link for Academic calendar:

Link for Event calendar:

IEM Event Calendar

Link for MOM of Morning Meetings:

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