Introduction

In pursuance of its Action Plan for performance evaluation, assessment and accreditation and quality up-gradation of institutions of higher education, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore proposes that every accredited institution should establish an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) as a post-accreditation quality sustenance measure. Since quality enhancement is a continuous process, the IQAC will become a part of the institution’s system and work towards realisation of the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance. The prime task of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic improvement in the overall performance of institutions. For this, during the post-accreditation period, it will channelize all efforts and measures of the institution towards promoting its holistic academic excellence.

The guidelines provided in the following pages will guide and facilitate the institution in the creation and operation of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC). The work of the IQAC is the first step towards internalization and institutionalization of quality enhancement initiatives. Its success depends upon the sense of belongingness and participation it can inculcate in all the constituents of the institution. It will not be yet another hierarchical structure or a record-keeping exercise in the institution. It will be a facilitative and participative voluntary system/unit/organ of the institution. It has the potential to become a vehicle for ushering in quality enhancement by working out planned interventionist strategies to remove deficiencies and enhance quality like the “Quality Circles” in industries.

Objectives

The primary aim of IQAC is

  • 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

  • Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks.

  • The relevance and quality of academic and research programmes.

  • Equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various sections of society.

  • Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning.

  • The credibility of evaluation procedures.

  • Ensuring the adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and services.

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

Functions

IQAC will facilitate / contribute

  • Ensure heightened level of clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards quality enhancement;

  • Ensure internalization of the quality culture;

  • Ensure enhancement and coordination among various activities of the institution and institutionalize all good practices;

  • Provide a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning;

  • Act as a dynamic system for quality changes in HEIs;

  • Build an organised methodology of documentation and internal communication.

Benefits

IQAC will facilitate / contribute

  • Ensure heightened level of clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards quality enhancement;

  • Ensure internalization of the quality culture;

  • Ensure enhancement and coordination among various activities of the institution and institutionalize all good practices;

  • Provide a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning;

  • Act as a dynamic system for quality changes in HEIs;

  • Build an organised methodology of documentation and internal communication.

Committee

Sr. No. Name of Member Post Designation
01 Prof. Dr. R. S. Patil Principal Principal & Chairperson
02 Prin. M. N. Patil Co-ordinator, Admin Member
03 Shri. P. R. Patil Industrialist Member
04 Dr. M. K. Patel Vice Principal IQAC Coordinator
05 Dr. Milind M. Patil Assistant Professor IQAC Sectretory
06 Prof. Dr. S. D. Sindkhedkar Professor Member
07 Dr. U. M. Jadhav Associate Professor Member
08 Prof. Dr. S. K. Tayade Professor Member
09 Shri. R. L. Totale Associate Professor Member
10 Mrs. Prof. Dr. A. H. Jobanputra Professor Member
11 Prof. Dr. R. Z. Sayyed Professor Member
12 Prof. Dr. I. J. Patil Professor Alumni
13 Shri. S. M. Bhandarkar Office Superintendent Sr. Administrative staff
14 Shri. G. G. Sonar Administrative staff Administrative staff
15 Shri. J. I. Chavan Administrative staff Administrative staff
16 Mr. Roshan M. Patil Student Representative Student Representative

IQAC Minutes & Action Taken

No Title Minutes & ATR
1 IQAC Minutes and ATR 2021-2022 Click Here
2 IQAC Minutes and ATR 2020-2021 Click Here
3 IQAC Minutes and ATR 2019-2020 Click Here
4 IQAC Minutes and ATR 2018-2019 Click Here
5 IQAC Minutes and ATR 2017-2018 Click Here

Reports

SSR/AQAR Academic Year Download Link of Report
AQAR 2020-21 Click Here
AQAR 2019-20 Click Here
AQAR 2018-19 Click Here
AQAR 2017-18 Click Here

NAAC Documents

Criterion I : Curricular Aspects

1.1 Curricular Planning and Implementation

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1.1.2 Time table Internal Examination Click Here
1.1.2 Effective curriculum delivery Click Here
1.1 Extended Profile Link for List of Courses Click Here
1.2.1 CBCS Structure All Programs Click Here
1.2.1 Circular of CBCS Click Here
1.2.1 Elective Courses Click Here

1.2 Academic Flexibility

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1.2.2 Summary Reports of Add On course Click Here

1.3 Curriculum Enrichment

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1.3.2 Project and Field Work Highlighted Syllabus Click Here

1.4 Feedback System

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1.4.1 Feedback Analysis Click Here
1.4.2 Department wise Action Taken Click Here
1.4.2 Action Taken Report Click Here

Criterion II : Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

2.1 Student Enrollment and Profile

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2.2 Earmarked Seats 2018-19 Click Here
2.2 Earmarked Seats 2019-20 Click Here

2.2 Catering to Student Diversity

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2.3 Teaching-Learning Process

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2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality

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2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms

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2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes

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2.6.3 Final Result 2015-16 Click Here
2.6.3 Final Result 2016-17 Click Here
2.6.3 Final Result 2017-18 Click Here
2.6.3 Final Result 2018-19 Click Here
2.6.3 Final Result 2019-20 Click Here

Criterion III : Research, Innovations and Extension

3.1 Resource Mobilization for Research

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3.2 Innovation Ecosystem

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3.2.2 National Workshop on Automation of Library Click Here
3.2.2 Seminar on Entrepreneurship Click Here
3.2.2 HAWAI 2018-19 Click Here
3.2.2 IPR webinar 2020 Click Here
3.2.2 Library Webinar on Research Methodology Click Here
3.2.2 Workshop On IPR 2018-19 Click Here

3.3 Research Publications and Awards

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3.3.1 SummaryPMR Click Here
3.3.3 ISBN Click Here

3.4 Extension Activities

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3.4.3 Activity Report 2015-16 Click Here
3.4.3 Activity Report 2016-17 Click Here
3.4.3 Activity Report 2017-18 Click Here
3.4.3 Activity Report 2019-20 Click Here
3.4.3 Activity Report 2018-19 Click Here
3.4.3 NSS Activity Report 2015-16 for DVV Click Here
3.4.3 NSS Activity Report 2016-17 for DVV Click Here
3.4.3 NSS Activity Report 2017-18 for DVV Click Here
3.4.3 NSS Activity Report 2018-19 for DVV Click Here
3.4.3 NSS Activity Report 2019-20 for DVV Click Here
3.4.4 NSS Clarified Activity Report 2015-16 Click Here
3.4.4 NSS Clarified Activity Report 2016-17 Click Here
3.4.4 NSS Clarified Activity Report 2017-18 Click Here
3.4.4 NSS Clarified Activity Report 2018-19 Click Here
3.4.4 NSS Clarified Activity Report 2019-20 Click Here

3.5 Collaboration

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3.5.2 Activity under MOU with BioEra (PCR) Click Here
3.5.2 Activity under MOU with BioEra (Biotech and Bioinformatics) Click Here
3.5.1 Industrial Visit To Jain Solar Plant 2016-17 Click Here
3.5.1 Industrial Visit To Jain Solar Plant 2018-19 Click Here
3.5.1 Industrial Visit To MassTech 2019-20 Click Here
3.5.1 Industrial Visit To Jain Solar Plant 2017-18 Click Here

Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources

4.1 Physical Facilities

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4.1.1 Infrastructural Details Click Here
4.1.3 Geotagged Photographs of ICT Classrooms and Master Time Table Click Here
4.1.4 Fixed Assets 2015-16 Click Here
4.1.4 Fixed Assets 2018-19 Click Here
4.1.4 Fixed Assets 2019-20 Click Here
4.1.4 Fixed Assets 2016-17 Click Here
4.1.4 Fixed Assets 2017-18 Click Here
4.1.4 Extract Infrastructure Augmentation Click Here

4.2 Library as a Learning Resource

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4.3 IT Infrastructure

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4.3.2 Computer Bill Click Here
4.3.2 Stock Register Highlighted Entries of 2019-20 Click Here

4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure

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4.4.2 Agreements for maintenance Click Here

Criterion V : Student Support and Progression

5.1 Student Support

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5.1.4 Students Benefited by guidance (2015-16) Click Here
5.1.4 Students Benefited by guidance (2016-17) Click Here
5.1.4 Students Benefited by guidance (2017-18) Click Here
5.1.4 Students Benefited by guidance (2018-19) Click Here
5.1.4 Students Benefited by guidance (2019-20) Click Here
5.1.2 Student Concession By Institute Click Here
5.1.5 Composition and Minutes of Committees Click Here

5.2 Student Progression

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5.2.2 Students Progression to Higher Education (2015-16) Click Here
5.2.2 Students Progression to Higher Education (2016-17) Click Here
5.2.2 Students Progression to Higher Education (2017-18) Click Here
5.2.2 Students Progression to Higher Education (2018-19) Click Here
5.2.2 Students Progression to Higher Education (2019-20) Click Here

5.3 Student Participation and Activities

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5.4 Alumni Engagement

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Criterion VI : Governance, Leadership and Management

6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership

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6.1.1 Governance and leadership Click Here

6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment

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6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies

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6.3.5 API Samples Click Here

6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

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6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System

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Criterion VII : Institutional Values and Best Practices

7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities

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7.1.3 Agreement of E-Waste Management Click Here
7.1.2 Alternate sources of energy Click Here
7.1.4 Water Conservation Click Here
7.1.8 Providing Inclusive Environment Click Here
7.1.9 Human Values and Professional Ethics Click Here
7.1.11 National and International days, events and festivals Click Here
7.1.1 Promotion of gender equity Click Here
7.1.3 Degradable and non-degradable waste management Click Here
7.1.5 Initiatives for Greening the Campus Click Here
7.1.8 Equal Opportunity Cell Click Here
7.1.7 Divyangjan Friendly Facilities Click Here
7.1.7 Divyangjan Friendly Facilities Click Here

7.2 Best Practices

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7.2 Best Practice Click Here

7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness

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7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness Click Here

Our Priorities over the Next five years

We have approached this strategic planning process by asking not only where the college stands today, but also what role we should play over the next five years. To what should the college aspire as we look toward our Golden Jubilee in 2020? Building on major studies that have guided the College over the past decade and the observations, recommendations and ideas offered by NAAC Bangalore, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and trustees, this proposed strategic plan includes a set of seven priorities with associated recommendations

The Perspective Plan commencing from academic year 2017-2022 has been prepared by the IQAC by taking into consideration the quality indicators determined by NAAC.

Perspective Plan:Curricular Aspects

  1. To introduce Certificate courses for curriculum enrichment
  2. Additional division for S.Y.B.Sc. and T.Y.B.Sc. shall be introduced to meet the excess demand of admissions.
  3. More academic flexibility shall be made available for B.Sc. students by offering more subjects.
  4. Field projects / internships to students should be effectively enhanced.
  5. To establish the well-structured feedback system on curriculum from all the stake holders.

Perspective Plan:Teaching Learning and Evaluation

  1. Assessing learning level of students to arrange special programs for advanced learners and slow learners.
  2. Use of ICT for effective teaching shall be enhanced. Recent technology like PowerPoint presentation, lectures on YouTube, use of social media, and use of MOOC’ courses etc. shall be used.
  3. E-learning cell for self learning and for advanced learners.
  4. Continuous Internal Evaluation system shall be evolved to evaluate the learning outcomes.
  5. Feedback system shall be widened to improve teaching- learning quality.
  6. Field visits, excursions, industrial visits shall be organized to boost experiential learning.

Perspective Plan:Research, Consultancy and Extension

  1. The Research Committee shall motivate and identify the research potential, promote the research and inculcate research culture.
  2. Motivation for organizing workshops / seminars / training programmes.
  3. Preparation of proposals for minor and major research projects, seminars/conferences
  4. Academic infrastructure such as instruments, laboratories, ICT facility, Library, INFLIBNET, and other requirements, as per needs shall be provided for carrying out research activity.
  5. Exposure of students to various research areas to handle research projects independently.
  6. To enhance the quality of MoU’s / Collaborations/Linkages with different industries, institutes for research, field projects, student trainings to create the job opportunities for the students
  7. To strengthen the NSS/NCC units for extension activities.
  8. Variety of outreach programmes will be organized.
  9. Rallies and awareness programs shall be organized for benefit of the society.
  10. Students shall be exposed to various cross cutting issues for their overall development.

 

 

 

Perspective Plan:Infrastructure and Learning Resources

  1. Separate budgetary provision for maintenance of campus infrastructure.
  2. ICT infrastructure shall be enhanced and classrooms shall be equipped with L.C.D. projectors.
  3. To propose the construction of the well-furnished Computer Centre building.
  4. Ladies and gents toilets facility shall be upgraded.
  5. Library resources shall be enhanced and e-learning resources like INFLIBNET, e-journals, e-books will be provided to stakeholders.
  6. Internet, Wi-Fi, LAN facility shall be enhanced.
  7. Office shall be computerized with updated software’s.
  8. Sports facilities shall be enhanced.

Perspective Plan:Student Support and Progression

  1. College web-site shall be up graded and made more dynamic.
  2. Information about Govt. scholarships will be made available on college website.
  3. To conduct soft skill development programme for students.
  4. To strengthen the career counseling and competitive examination guidance center.
  5. Bridge courses and Remedial coaching shall be enhanced.
  6. Financial assistance shall be given to students for participation in Avishkar, sports competitions etc.
  7. The cultural activities shall be enhanced by encouraging the students for participation in district level and central Youth festivals.
  8. More sports and cultural competitions shall be organized.
  9. Financial assistance to needy students.
  10. To initiate Alumni engagement for development of college.

 

 

Perspective Plan: Governance, Leadership & Management

  1. Vision and Mission of the institute will be communicated to all the stake holders.
  2. All stakeholders will work together for the development of the institute.
  3. The IQAC shall prepare perspective plan in consultation with GC.
  4. The college shall organize professional development and training programs.
  5. Annual performance appraisal system to be formalized for faculty.
  6. Regular Meetings of faculty for proper planning and deployment.
  7. Participate in NIRF Ranking.
  8. Re-accreditation of the institute shall be done within prescribed time.
  9. To conduct external and internal audits regularly.

Perspective Plan:Innovations and best practices

  1. The college shall organize more gender equity promotion programs.
  2. Environment awareness programmes should be enriched.
  3. No Vehicle Day will be observed on Saturdays.
  4. Non LED tubes & bulbs shall be replaced with energy efficient LED’s.
  5. Alternate renewable energy resources will be strengthened.
  6. Rain Water Harvesting will fetch to use as Distilled Water.
  7. The college shall implement green practices.
  8. The college shall take more steps to engage with local community.
  9. The college shall organize appropriate activities to increase consciousness about national identities, symbols & other constitutional obligations.
  10. The college shall organize programme on fundamental rights and duties of Indian citizens.

Institutional Distinctiveness
Poojya Sane Guruji Vidya Prasarak Mandal’s existence is based on Ethics and Values. Both the
faculty and students bear a scientific aptitude in Teaching and Learning activities. Several student
centric programs are conducted which are curricular, co-curricular as well as extra-curricular which
helps the students to educate themselves as versatile personalities to stand strong in this competitive
era. The year was envisaged with online activities to keep the students in touch with their subject as
well learn many more things that could not be done during regular classes. E-programs based on
Biodiversity, E poster competitions, E-Scientoon contests etc. kept the students engaged with their
studies as well as co-curricular activities. Several National Webinars, E-Conferences and Workshops
were conducted in the college during the pandemic on themes of environmental concern, competitive
exams, gender equity, mental health etc. to build up a healthy and educative environment.
Students learned to combat with the pandemic through e learning and participated in the task
force involved in distribution of needs to the poor and needy during the pandemic. The NSS students
played a significant role in all these activities. The teaching and non-teaching staff contributed their
level best for helping the labour groups who had to face starvation due to the pandemic. A full proof
E-content was developed by every staff member as per the four-quadrant protocol which involved
videos, power point presentations, questionnaire for practise as well as modules in soft and hard
copies for study purpose.
The college started an innovative concept of reading books from library apart from the regular
subjects and presenting the summary of the book before all the staff members and dignitaries during
the pandemic. This supported the hobby of reading amongst the teaching staff as well as enlightened
them with almost 60-70 books read by other staff members. This has helped in expansion of values
and knowledge of every member participating in the activity.
It has been a regular practise of the institution to award an eminent personality and a social
organisation for outstanding contributions for the cause of mankind and humanity on the occasion of
Founder’s Day, the Birth Anniversary of our beloved Honourable Late Annasaheb P.K. Patil. For the
year 2020-21 this prestigious ‘Purushottam Award’ of one lakh rupees each was bestowed on
Panipatkar Shri Vishwas Patil and NAAM Foundation, Pune. The institution believes in generous
donations for promoting social activities for the betterment of needy through such motivating awards.
The institution thus stands distinctive and unique on such grounds.
Research Activities are accomplished consistently in the college and the college has
maximum Ph.D candidates getting registered for Ph.D and qualifying for the doctorate degree in the
university. The teaching staff members are actively involved in National and International
publications having reasonably good impact factor as well as in book writing of prestigious publishers
like Springer, Apple Academic Press etc.