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IQAC ACTIVITIES

    Certificate

    Our Accreditation

    Various Programme conducted by IQAC associated with Departments 2016-17

    Women Cell

    An awareness programme for girls of women staff was conducted based on"Responsibility within the college campus." 02/08/201612.30 PM to 2.30 PM. Introduction and welcome address given by women's cell convener Dr.A. Nazeema.

    Ms. Anu , Dr. Kanimozhi and Ms. Sahana (Awareness Team) conducted the whole programme. Signatures were obtained who attained from the students as well as staff. The programme came to end with national Anthem.

    Women Cell-II

    An awareness programme for girls and female staff was conducted on 20/06/2016 - 12.30 PM to 2.30 PM.Prayer was sung by girl student of final year U.G. BT. Tamizhthai vazhthu was sung by our female staff. Welcome address was given by women cell convener Dr. A. Nazeema. An awareness programme regarding "Stress Release" was conducted by Dr. Kanimozhi. The function ended with National Anthem.

    Then programme was compared by Dr. Rehana Sulthana HOD. Duly signed papers were also collected from students and staff.

    Entrepreneurship Development cell

    The first Orientation Programme of the Entrepreneur Development cell was held on 16-08-2016 in our college auditorium. To initiate this important occasion, Janab Ashfaqur Rahman, Head of the Department of Arabic recited a few Quran verses. Mrs. P.Rasool Begum, Head of the Department of Business Administration and convener of this cell,delivered the welcome address. Dr. Major. M.Jailani, Dean of our college, felicitated the programmme. Mrs. Latha, correspondent of Oviyaa's, delivered a speech on the importance of this cell and the various courses offered under this cell, using a power point presentation. To conclude this event Mrs. Meenatchi, Asst. Prof., Department of Bio-Chemistry, rendered vote of thanks.

    Orientation programme conducted by ed cell on 03/11/2016. Mrs.Vishnu priya, (national entrepreneurship network - coordinator ) addresses the students.

    Guest Lecture for students

    • PG Computer science department organized a guest lecture by Mr. P V.Ramachandran Senior Software Engineer, Digisez IT Solution. Chennai.. the "Java Script" 19th July 2016

    • PG Computer science department organized a guest lecture by Mr. P.M. Vadivel, Senior Software Engineer, MSys Tech India Pvt Ltd. Chennai the "Java Technology" 27th July 2016.

    • An awareness programme for girls of women staff conducted based on"Responsibility within the college campus." 02/08/2016

    · 5. The first Orientation Program of the Entrepreneur Development cell was held on 16-08-2016 in our college auditorium. Mrs. Latha, correspondent of Oviyaa's, who delivered a speech on the importance of this cell and the various courses offered under this cell, using a power point presentation.

    • PG Computer science department organized a guest lecture by Mr. P V.Ramachandran Senior Software Engineer, Digisez IT Solution. Chennai.. the "Angular JS" 24th September 2016.

    · A One Day workshop on Research Methodology in Management and Commerce (Data Analysis using SPSS) was conducted by MBA Department and delivered lecture on Dr. R. Kasilingam,Ph.D(Management).,M.Phil.,A.C.S.,I.C.W.A.,M.L.,M.C.A.,M.B.A., Associate Professor, Department of Management Studies , School of Management Pondicherry University, India.

    · This enlightened lecture was very useful for UG and PG students to know about Ramanujan contribution and his mathematical thrills in Numbers and its impact in Researchers and motivation for all Maths faculties. This was excellently presented and given by the great Mathematics Professor DR K.SRINIVASA RAO, Retired Professor , Institute of Mathematical Sciences Tharamani, Chennai and his works on Ramanujan , like Note books of ramanujan and their contributions in Number Theory are worth of life time and he has rich experience of more than 35 years in the research works and visited many countries and conducted National and international conferences on Ramanujan..

    • NSS DAY Programme was inaugurated by ALHAJ DR MAJOR M JAILANI,DEAN, HAJEE DR ABUL HASAN SATHALI, ACADEMIC DIRECTOR and our beloved principal DR R.MEGANATHAN with excellent advice to students about social service and its impact in the society followed by NSS Report for 2015-2016 presented by MR M.NIRMAL KUMAR . Prof KHADER BAASHA , Advisor, Youth Red Cross Unit, Tamil Nadu Branch(Former PRINCIPAL, THE NEW COLLEGE,CHENNAI) was the chief guest who had more than 30 years of commited service in the field of NSS and gave a memorable lecture on the topic ' Role of students in service' with numerous lively examples and impressed with his motivational speech. Then we had an interesting session on "YOGA awareness" program me between 12.30pm and 1.30pm with various types of Yogasanas lively presentations. Finally Vote of Thanks was given by Prof K.Manjula and program concluded by National Anthem.

    • IQAC organized a guest lecture by Dr.Aruna Sivakami, Former Vice Chancellor, Mother Theresea University, Kodikanal on " Quality Improvement and Sustenance in Higher Education " for the faculty. On 23th February 2017.

    Various Department Activities associated with IQAC for the year 2017-18

    Ø Distribution and collection of self appraisal forms for updating records.

    Ø Organized Academic Audit (External).

    Ø Based on the indices, analysis is done in the areas of attendance, results, and faculty publications, projects, faculty quality, placements, intake gender ratio etc.

    Ø Analysis of research publications was done.

    Ø Conducted Parents Teacher meeting.

    Ø Organized a Faculty Development Program by an Eminent Professor Dr Fr S. IGNACIMUTHU, Director, Entomology Research Institute Loyola College, Chennai -Tamil Nadu, India & Former Vice chancellor of Bharathiar University.

    Ø Scholarship like Govt. Scholarships and Minority are provided to the students.

    Ø Periodical review of the teaching -learning process at the end of each semester

    Ø Suggestions given to remodel and strengthen the mentor system and remedial coaching practices.

    Ø Procured the result analysis of the department and recommended the follow-up action

    Ø Conducted a bridge course for all 1st year students.

    Ø Modern teaching methods of smart classes suggested.

    Various Programme conducted by IQAC associated with Departments 2016-17

    Ø International Yoga Day on 21/06/2018

    Ø International Drug Abuse Day - Mass Human chain on 26/06/2018

    Ø Bridge courses conducted by IQAC to overall college on 16/07/2018 to 20/07/2018

    Ø General Psychological Counselling for Students on 03/08/2018 by Dr.Vijayabanu, Pychiatrist

    Ø Swatch Bharath Cleanliness Campaign-Human Rally on 14/08/2018

    Ø Every year two times conducting Parents teachers meeting

    Ø FDP on Quality Assurance and Sustenance in Higher Education byDr.Syed Shahabudeen (Former Principal, Islamiah College on 30/01/2019

    Ø Students Satisfaction Survey (SSS) conducted in online mode with the questionnaire prepared by the IQAC (Above 75% of attendance)

    Ø Performance Appraisal System (PAS) for Teaching staff by subject expert

Programme Organized

    Various Department Activities associated with IQAC for the year 2017-18

    Ø Distribution and collection of self appraisal forms for updating records.

    Ø Organized Academic Audit (External).

    Ø Based on the indices, analysis is done in the areas of attendance, results, and faculty publications, projects, faculty quality, placements, intake gender ratio etc.

    Ø Analysis of research publications was done.

    Ø Conducted Parents Teacher meeting.

    Ø Organized a Faculty Development Program by an Eminent Professor Dr Fr S. IGNACIMUTHU, Director, Entomology Research Institute Loyola College, Chennai -Tamil Nadu, India & Former Vice chancellor of Bharathiar University.

    Ø Scholarship like Govt. Scholarships and Minority are provided to the students.

    Ø Periodical review of the teaching -learning process at the end of each semester

    Ø Suggestions given to remodel and strengthen the mentor system and remedial coaching practices.

    Ø Procured the result analysis of the department and recommended the follow-up action

    Ø Conducted a bridge course for all 1st year students.

    Ø Modern teaching methods of smart classes suggested.

    Various Programme conducted by IQAC associated with Departments 2016-17

    Ø International Yoga Day on 21/06/2018

    Ø International Drug Abuse Day - Mass Human chain on 26/06/2018

    Ø Bridge courses conducted by IQAC to overall college on 16/07/2018 to 20/07/2018

    Ø General Psychological Counselling for Students on 03/08/2018 by Dr.Vijayabanu, Pychiatrist

    Ø Swatch Bharath Cleanliness Campaign-Human Rally on 14/08/2018

    Ø Every year two times conducting Parents teachers meeting

    Ø FDP on Quality Assurance and Sustenance in Higher Education byDr.Syed Shahabudeen (Former Principal, Islamiah College on 30/01/2019

    Ø Students Satisfaction Survey (SSS) conducted in online mode with the questionnaire prepared by the IQAC (Above 75% of attendance)

    Ø Performance Appraisal System (PAS) for Teaching staff by subject expert

    of the institution.

IQAC Coordinator

    Dr. M. Syed Ali

    Mobile No: 9842052929

    Email Id: iqac@mscartsandscience-edu.in

About

    INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL - MEMBERS, 2017 Onwards

    According to the norms given by NAAC, and UGC in its XI Plan, a Steering Committee was formed in the beginning of this academic year. The following members were placed on the Steering Committee.

Objectives

    Objective

    · To develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution.

    · To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best practices.

    Strategies

    IQAC shall evolve mechanisms and procedures for

    a) Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks;

    b) Relevant and quality academic/ research programmes;

    c) Equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various sections of society;

    d) Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning;

    e) The credibility of assessment and evaluation process;

    f) Ensuring the adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and services;

    g) Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions in India and abroad.

INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL - MEMBERS

IQAC Composition

Name

Designation

Chairperson

Dr.R. Meganathan

Principal

Management Representative

S.M.A.J.Abdul Haleem

Director

External Member

Dr.K.Manivannan

Advisor, NAAC

Administrative Officer

Dr.O.S.Aysha

Vice Principal

Coordinator

Dr.M.Syed Ali

Head- Department of Biotechnology

Member

Dr.V.Muralidhar

HoD, Department of Mathematics

Member

Dr.G.Manickam

HoD, Department of MBA

Member

Dr.M.Rahima Beevi

HoD, Department of PG CS

Member

Dr.P.Rasool Begum

HoD, Department of BBA

Member

Dr.V.Anuradha

HoD, Department of Biochemistry

Member

Dr.S.Balaji

HoD, Department of BCA

Member

Dr.R.Kabaleeswaran

HoD, Department of B.Com &AF

Member

Dr.Nasreen Sulthana

HoD, Department of B.Com &CS

Director

Mr.R.Franklin Raja

Talent Data Pvt Ltd

Alumni Representative

Ms.B. Sahana

Key Account Manager - SEA

Students Representative

MS. Sai Sawathi

Students - Msc Biotechnology

        

Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee (Established 2016) Policy on Sexual Harassment

As per the Supreme Court Judgement and guidelines allotted in 1997 to be responsible for the effective enforcement of the basic human right of gender equality and guarantee against sexual harassment and abuse, more particularly against sexual harassment at work places, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued circulars since 1998, to all the universities, advising them to establish a permanent cell and a committee; to develop guidelines to combat sexual harassment, violence against women and ragging at the universities and colleges. Anti Sexual Harassment Committee is an Initiative by the College that has been established by Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science in the year 2016 to create a Danger Free and Healthy atmosphere for Students in accordance with the precepts laid by the UGC and the Supreme Court.

Even during the age of Vigilance Cameras and Strict rules emphasised on Womens safety, the Crime Rates are observed to be high for Women particularly The College and School going Girls. The Girl Students are subjected to various kinds of Physical and Mental abuse and assaults which sometimes lead to worse case scenarios.

Based on some of those previous incidents possible threats that befall Girl Students, An Anti Sexual Harassment Committee strives to prevent them.

The Prime Functions of the Committee:

1. To protect Girl Students from becoming Victims to Immoral Predators.

2. To offer them knowledge upon various factors through which they are likely to encounter dangerous situations such as Rapes, Physical and Mental torture by Eve Teasing and even Fatality.

3. To provide them Life saving Lessons by Informative Sessions on Women Safety by Experts in the Area.

4. To enable awareness upon the facilities which they can utilise to seek remedies for their grievances and safety in general.

5. To appoint Counsellors whom the Students can approach for advice and solutions, also ensuring the Confidentiality for their Reputation.

6. To enable several Technological features accessible by the Students such as Phone Calls to seek a Help during imminent Dangers.

In order to Ensure Girl’s safety, a proper understanding upon the different kinds of Sexual Harassments must be given to them to identify approaching Dangers and to know the awareness to be realised.

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee (Established 2016) Policy on Sexual Harassment

Kinds of Sexual Harassments

1. The most common Harassment experienced by most of the College going Girls is Eve Teasing. Passing Unpleasant, unparliamentarily comments directly or suggestively are Harassments.

2. Even if it is not with illicit intentions certain derogatory remarks on a Girl's appearance, habits, mannerisms and creating Sadistic Fun is also considered as one of the Harassments.

3. Intentionally walking behind or abreast with an indication of following, chasing after without the approval of a Girl are considered as Silent Harassing.

4. Physical Contacts by either Touching, Brushing against intentionally or appearing to be accidental while Waking, Standing or Sitting come under severely punishable Crimes.

5. Forcing a Girl to Listen and Talk or asking her to Share the Contact Number are Harassments too.

6. Making incessant Phone calls, passing indecent remarks, speaking in illicit terms and phrases, making suggestive verbal indications and forcing to cope with their advancements are clear Mental Harassments.

7. Sending Erotic Messages by Text, Photos, Videos, Emotional icons, animated stickers to invigorate Libido are part of Sexual Harassments as well as even Cyber Crime.

8. Even forcing a Girl to accept Gifts, Treats, Refreshments or offering unmasked assistance and help will be brought under Harassments depending on the Intentions of the provider and the understanding of the Girl.

Kinds of Sexual Harassments

Goal:

The following are the infamous activities which are categorised as Sexual Harassments in a College Environment:

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee (Established 2016) Policy on Sexual Harassment

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee (Established 2016) Policy on Sexual Harassment

Name

Designation

Contact Number

Email ID

Dr.S Valli

Convenor, Assistant Professor -PG and Research Department of Microbiology

9841757759

vallikumar@mscartsandscience-edu.in

Dr. Kabaleeshwaran

HOD- PG Department of Commerce (AF)

9442542858

hodaf@mscartsandscience-edu.in

Dr.P.Rasool Begum

HOD - Department of Business Administration

9003010268

rasoolbegum@mscartsandscience-edu.in

Dr.M.Rahimal Beevi

HOD- PG Department of Computer Science

7598479291

rahimalbeevi@mscartsandscience-edu.in

Dr.M.Kalai Nathiyal

HOD I/C-Department of English

8148509469

kalainathiyal@mscartsandscience-edu.in

Mrs.J.Sakeetha

Lab Technician, PG and Research Department of Bio Chemistry

9094297886

sakeetha68@gmail.com

Mrs.A. Lilly Margrate

City coordinator, Goal Programme -Thozhamai (NGO

9677253902

lilllythozhamai@gmail.com

Mr.V.Palaniyappan

Admin. Member (Main Office)

9940770746

palani.pldevi@gmail.com

Ms.P.Buvana

Student Rep.Research - PG and Research Department of Bio Chemistry

9942003402

bhuvi1983@yahoo.com

M.Jagadish

Student Rep. PG &PG Department of Commerce

7845718465

jagadish.rajer@gmail.com

A.Ashika

Student Rep. UG - Department of English

9790762083

19bae016@mscartsandscience-edu.in

        

Green Audit

Annual Report

Institutional Distinctiveness

                 

Academic Calendar

                 

                 

                 

Best Practices of the College 2019-2020

                 

Best Practices of the College 2020-2021

                 

Course Outcome

        

Strategy Development and Deployment

Minutes & Action Taken Reports

                          

                 

Vision

The Vision of the college is to serve the social needs and to uplift the living standards of the rural youths by imparting higher education adhering not only to national but also international standards of education and fostering an enduring sense of discipline and single minded dedication to work.

Mission

    By promoting the College into an Institution of Excellence, it aims to serve the rural youth by providing them with easy access to higher education and job opportunities. The college strives towards integrated personality growth of rural student in particular and students at large in which special attention is given to their intellectual, moral and cultural development. It inculcates discipline, higher level of culture and time values of life among the youth.

    STUDENTS CODE OF CONDUCT

    All students should wear clean and decent dress. Dress regulations prescribed by the College must be followed.

    Students should always possess Identity Card issued by the College when they are in the College Campus.

    All students shall greet all the members of the Teaching staff on the occasion of their first meeting them for the day.

    On a member of the staff entering the classroom or leaving it, the students shall rise and remain standing till He / She takes his seat or leaves the room.

    No student shall leave the Classroom without permission or until the class is over.

    Students shall abstain from creating any noise while moving from one Classroom to another and shall avoid disturbing other classes.

    Students are not allowed to loiter in the Verandahs during class hours, even if they have no class. When they have no class they are expected to be in the library

    Students are forbidden from organizing or attending any meeting in the College or collecting money for any purpose without the prior permission of the Principal.

    Smoking inside the Compound, throwing waste paper, defacing the walls and such other offences will invite disciplinary action.

    Organized absence from classes and soliciting absence of other students are serious breaches of discipline, which may involve removal of students from the rolls of the College during or at the ended of the year.

    Students are not allowed to address any authority in a body. Such combined action is subversive of good order.

    Students on the rolls of the College are forbidden to take active part in any Political agitation, directed against the authority of the Government. The Principal may further at his discretion forbid students from engaging prominently in any public movement with which it is undesirable for anybody in the state to be associated.

    If students attend political meetings and conduct themselves in any manner which is forbidden or unbecoming or engage in political agitation in such a way as to interfere with the Corporate life and Educational work of the College, the Principal of the College may suspend or expel them or refuse the granting of term certificate for a specified period and may also report their case to the University with a view to their being dealt with under the University Regulations.

    The Principal or other Constituent Colleges or Hostel Authorities may frame and issue from time to time, disciplinary rules of a permanent or temporary character regulating the conduct within the College or Hostel Precincts so far as such rules seem necessary to secure the observance of the above rules and also to maintain the respect and reputation of the College or Hostel.

    The Principal or other Constituent Colleges or Hostel authorities shall have full powers to effect the following punishment; imposing fine, Marking absence, withholding or term certificates, suspension, expulsion etc.

    No student of the College shall be a member of any Association not connected with the College, without the prior permission of the Principal nor shall a student take part in strikes or any Anti-social and subversive activities. A student contravening these rules is liable to be expelled from the College. In general, the students are expected to conduct themselves inside and outside the College like gentlemen/women and maintain the honour and dignity of the academic community to which they belong and to consider all slovenliness as offence against self-respect. No student shall be a member of any political party nor shall he take part in active politics.

    Character and conduct Certificates cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The Principal may refuse to issue these certificates without assigning any reason whatsoever.

    MEDICAL INSPECTION

    Every student of first year degree classes will be medically examined by a qualified Doctor appointed by the College and a report about the state of his/her health prepared.

    Whenever a Medical certificate has to be produced by a student such certificate should be obtained either from the College Doctor or from such other doctors as are approved by the Principal.

    COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS

    In addition to CIA and Model Examinations, Term, Weekly tests will be held from time to time for all classes at the discretion of the Heads of Departments. Serious action will be taken on absence from these tests. Performance and progress in the CIA and Model Examinations will be taken into consideration for awarding CIA marks and forwarding them to the University Examinations.

    Students who indulge in unfair means and dishonesty in the College Examination shall be severely dealt with.

    Absence or Exemption from an Examination for whatever reasons would mean Nil results

    Absence from Terminal Examination will entail a fine of Rs. 20/-per student. In the case of student getting exemption, no fine will be imposed.

    Students without Identity cards will not be allowed to take the Examination.

    A Terminal report will be sent by the Principal to the Parents or Guardians at the end of the first and second terms about the Student’s progress in Curricular and Extra-curricular activities attendance and conduct etc.

    COLLEGE LIBRARY RULES AND REGULATIONS

    All Students and Staff of the College are Members of the Library. Main Library is open on all working days from 8.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. Reading room is kept open up to 5.00 p.m. The Library will be kept open during vacations between 10.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.

    Every student will be given Two Borrower’s Tickets, each bearing his Department Number, Name, Class and Group. Each ticket will entitle the students to borrow one book from the library at a time.

    All new students can get their Library borrower ticket on application at the circulation counter in the month of August by producing the college ID.

    The Librarian may recall a book at any time even during the period of its first issue. The book may be reissued to the same borrower if needed after the purpose for which it has been recalled is served.

    Reference books, textbooks and periodicals are available for consultation only. Consultation forms on which the student shall apply for Reference book, Textbook and Periodicals shall be kept in the library. Readers before consulting shall fill in the form using a separate one for each volume.

    Before leaving the library, students must handover the books together with the forms relating to them.

    No book shall be issued which, in the opinion of the Librarian, is not sufficiently in good condition to be safely handled by the borrower.

    Borrowers should examine the Books and Periodicals issued to them at the Issue Counter. Should there be any mutilation in them, it should be brought to the notice of the staff in charge of the issue counter or the Librarian and a record of it is made. If not done so the borrower shall be held responsible for it.

    When a book is lost or damaged, the student shall replace the book or pay the double of the cost. Underlining passages or writing marginal notes will be considered as willful damaging of the book.

    A member who has lost his borrower’s ticket shall make a written report to the librarian to trace and return the ticket. If after a period of a fortnight, is still untraceable, an undertaking in writing shall be given to the effect that the member will hold himself/herself responsible for any unauthorized borrowing in exchange of the lost ticket. On such undertaking being given, a duplicate ticket will be issued on payment or Rupees 50/- per ticket.

    Students must return their borrower’s ticket to the Library when leaving the college and obtain “No Dues” certificate. Penal fee of Rupee Fifty per ticket will be collected from the students who fail to return tickets in time./P>

    Students are not allowed to sub-lend either tickets or books taken from the library.

    Absolute silence must be maintained in and around the library, so that others may use the library undisturbed in peace.

    Members in the Reading Room shall vacate their seats 10 minutes before the closing time.

    Suggestions for purchase of Books and improvement in service may be made by writing to the librarian.

    Any change in the rules or regulations or any information will be notified on the library notice board.

    All personal belongings of the students visiting the library must be kept outside only; white papers shall be allowed inside the library.

    Use of Cell phone inside the Library is forbidden. The cell phones must be kept switched off.

    RENEWAL

    Renewal for the further period of two weeks is permissible for the book when there is no reservation for that from others. But the books have to be produced before the Assistant in the Counter at the time of renewal. In order that the new due date may be stamped on the due date slip. Any book which is in demand may be lent for a shorter period than a fortnight or may be declared for a period as a reference book.

    RETURNS

    Absence from the College will not ordinarily be admitted as an excuse for delay in the return of books

    Students should ensure that they take the borrower’s tickets when they return the books.

    STUDENTS IDENTITY CARDS

    Each student of the College is expected to possess and wear the Identity Card with his photograph affixed on it, duly attested by the Principal. They are advised to keep the card with them always and use them on the following occasions:

    To get Concessional Tickets to travel by Bus, Rail or Air.

    To become a member of U.S.I.S. Library, British Council Library, Connemara Library or Local Fund Authority Library

    For Postal Identity.

    As an identification when appearing for State Government or University Examinations.

    For the Receipt of payment of Fee concession, scholarships etc., at the College cash counter.

    As a general Identity card, while present in the college

Functions

    Some of the functions expected of the IQAC are:

    a) Development and application of quality benchmarks

    b) Parameters for various academic and administrative activities of the institution;

    c) 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;

    d) Collection and analysis of feedback from all stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes;

    d) Dissemination of information on various quality parameters to all stakeholders;

    e) Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles;

    f) Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement;

    g) Acting as a nodal agency of the Institution for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of best practices;

    h) Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining /enhancing the institutional quality;

    i) Periodical conduct of Academic and Administrative Audit and its follow-up

    j) Preparation and submission of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as per guidelines and parameters of NAAC.