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National Assessment and Accreditation : 

National Assessment and Accreditation Autonomous Institution of UGC

Vision : 

Vision To make quality the defining element of higher education in India through a combination of self and external quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance initiatives.

Why NAAC ? : 

Why NAAC ? For the Staff: MUST now Know the Credentials of a particular Institute Scope for up gradation of skills through regular Appraisals Good NAAC grade attracts bright Students – knowledge level of the institute raises Good grade – attracts good takings

Mission Statement 1 : 

Mission Statement 1 To arrange for periodic assessment and accreditation of institutions of higher education

Mission Statement 2 : 

Mission Statement 2 To stimulate the academic environment for promotion of quality of teaching, learning and research in HEI’s.

Mission Statement 3 : 

Mission Statement 3 To encourage self-evaluation, accountability, autonomy and innovations.

Mission Statement 4 : 

Mission Statement 4 To undertake quality-related research, consultancy and training programmes.

Mission Statement 5 : 

Mission Statement 5 To collaborate with other stakeholders of higher education for quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance.

How it’s done? : 

How it’s done? The three stages are: The preparation and submission of a self-study report by the unit of assessment. The on-site visit of the peer team for validation of the self-study report The final decision by the Executive Committee of the NAAC.

NAAC Website : 

NAAC Website CAUTIONARY NOTE !!! Institutions accredited by NAAC, if found misleading or providing false information are liable to face stringent action by NAAC. - Director, NAAC

How difficult is it to get accreditation : 

How difficult is it to get accreditation Total no of accredited colleges AP: 222 Karnataka: 468

7 criteria- basis of assessment : 

7 criteria- basis of assessment Curricular Aspects 50 (5) Teaching-Learning and Evaluation-450 (45) Research, Consultancy and Extension-100 (10) Infrastructure and Learning Resources-100 (10) Student Support and Progression-100 (10) Governance and Leadership-150 (15) Innovative practices -50 (5)

Grading : 

Grading 3.01 - 4.00 A Very Good 2.01 - 3.00 B Good 1.51 - 2.00 C Satisfactory < 1.50 D Unsatisfactory

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation 1 : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation 1 Is there a mechanism for: a. Self appraisal of faculty ? b. Student assessment of faculty performance? c. Expert /Peer assessment of faculty performance?

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation Teacher: student ratio teachers with NET and SLET exams No of the faculty served as resource persons in Workshops/ Seminars/Conferences during the last five years.

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation No of faculty development programmes availed of by teachers Both Refresher and Orientation

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation No. of faculty development programmes organized by the college during the last five years Seminars/ workshops/symposia on curricular development, teaching- learning, assessment, etc. Research management Invited/endowment lectures Any other (specify)

Student Support 1 : 

Student Support 1 Tutor Ward System: The tutor ward system is one of the best practices of education. Each ward tutor is entrusted with a small group of. Tutor caters to the academic intellectual, psychological and emotional needs of the ward students and maintains their progress reports. He or She also acts as a liaison between the student - parent - principal

Student Support 2 : 

Student Support 2 Counselling Cell: The Counselling Cell has six members of the College and functions from 4.15 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. on weekdays. The students are free to contact the counsellors, even other times with prior appointment. A physician Visits the Campus once a week and conducts medical check up to those students who are in need of it.

Student Support 3 : 

Student Support 3 Grievance Redressal Cell: Suggestion boxes are placed in strategic places of the campus and the students are free to drop in their opinions and suggestions on any matter. The box is cleared regularly by the Principal who takes note of the grievances and evolves actions and solutions

Remedial Coaching : 

Remedial Coaching Students come from a strata and weakness in academic performance are inevitable. The Remedial Coaching scheme aims at improving the academic skills and linguistic proficiency of the students in the various subjects and raising their level of comprehension in such subjects and to reduce their failure and drop out rate

Remedial Coaching 2 : 

Remedial Coaching 2 Remedial Coaching: Remedial classes have been made part of the teaching activities by being allotted a slot in the time table. Special study material has been produced by staff for these students, special tests, special assignments etc. Peer group teaching. Counselling and assistance rendered by the ward tutor.

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation NSS NCC

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation Sports and Games: Infrastructure and equipments Motivation for students to participate in Games & Sports Incentives. Provision of Free Lodging and Boarding to outstanding sports women. Concessions in Fees for outstanding players. Proficiency awards given to the best players of the year.

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation Sports women and participants in games are given full attendance during participation. Participants are allowed to take special periodical tests in case of having missed them. Intra murals are conducted every year to motivate all staff and students to take part in games & sports. Provision of special diet for participants in Conditioning Camps and Training Sessions. The institution provides all the necessary infrastructural facilities for training students. In addition a special room is allotted for sports persons to relax and meet.

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation Certificate Courses Profiency of english Spoken English Course Basic computer skills Basic Life support First Aid Financial Planning

Certificate Courses : 

Certificate Courses Conflict avoiding and resolution Biostatistics Drug administration Ethics Medico Legal Issues Anxiety management Medically Compromised Patients DES

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationScholarships and Cash Awards : 

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationScholarships and Cash Awards Merit Scholarships UGC Scholarships Scholarships for SC’s, ST’s, BC’s Scholarships for physically handicapped Poor Students Fund for Economically backward students. Fee concession and exemption for deserving students Awards by benefactors & alumnae Financial assistance to children of ex-servicemen.

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationScholarship Bureau : 

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationScholarship Bureau Scholarship Bureau manages & orients students about the availability of scholarships and fee concessions. Announcements in the notice Boards, personal counselling on demand are carried out by this cell

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationWomen’s Cell : 

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationWomen’s Cell Motto of Women's Cell promotes service for women, by women and to women. The aims and objectives of the cell are: To create awareness among the students of the existing problems and issues related to gender discrimination.

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation : 

Teaching-Learning, Evaluation Career Guidance Cell ? Abroad Teaching Private Practice Armed Forces PG opportunities Govt Services Etc

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationStudents Involvement in Quality Control : 

Teaching-Learning, EvaluationStudents Involvement in Quality Control Student Quality Circle: The Student Quality Circle to ensure student participation for quality enhancement and form them leaders of society in the future. The following the objectives of SQCs.

Student Support : 

Student Support Student Group Insurance Scheme

Governance & Leadership : 

Governance & Leadership Strength of Staff Sufficient or Not No of meetings of Academic and administrative bodies Welfare Schemes for the academic community ( for the 5 years) Loans - amount Medical attention - Amount Staff Support Programmes: No of Professional Development programmes for non teaching staff

Innovative Practices : 

Innovative Practices Established Internal QA mechanisms in place Student participation in Quality enhancement

Committees : 

Committees Staff appraisal: Student Quality Circle : Grievance and Reddressal Cell ( Anti Ragging ) Counselling Cell Career Guidance Cell Women’s Cell

Committees : 

Committees Scholarship Bureau Dental Education Society Sports Advisory Board Cultural Committee NCC / NSS Tutor – Ward System Patient Complaints handling, Satisfaction survey