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As per National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) guidelines every accredited institution should establish an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) as a post-accreditation quality sustenance measure. The Madura College established its IQAC on 20.06.2003. Since its inception, the IQAC has been successfully functioning and involves in a variety of quality related activities in the college. The IQAC being an integral part of the institution works towards realization of the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance and further provides accountability to all its stakeholders. A few of its activities include Structured feedback from all its stakeholders, Quality Initiatives, Periodical conduct of Academic and Administrative Audits and evolving newer practices that helps the College steer through the vision, mission and its principles.
To ensure quality culture as the prime concern for the Higher Education Institutions through institutionalizing and internalizing all the initiatives taken with internal and external support.
- 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.
- To act as a dynamic system for quality changes in Higher Educational Institutions.
- To build an organized methodology of documentation and internal communication.
Functions of IQAC
- IQAC monitors proper implementation and analysis of overall academic and administrative performances of the college.
- Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the College.
- IQAC evolves mechanism and procedures for ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic and administrative tasks.
- Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining/enhancing institutional quality.
- Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education.
- IQAC ensures maximum utilization of infrastructural facilities and the available ICT resources.
- Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles.
- Documentation of the various programmes/activities of the College, leading to quality improvement.
- Collection and analysis of feedback from all stakeholders on quality related institutional processes.
- Conduct of regular meetings of IQAC to discuss various measures related to quality enhancements.
- Periodical conduct of Academic and Administrative Audits and its follow-up.
- Preparation and submission of Annual Quality Assurance Report(AQAR) as per guidelines and parameters of NAAC.
|Research Ethics Policy||View|
|Internal Complaints Committee (For prevention of Sexual Harassment at educational institution)||View|
|Policy on Augmentation, utilization, and maintenance of Information Technology infrastructure||View|
|Policy on Health and Hygiene||View|
|Policy on Augmentation, utilization, and maintenance of physical infrastructure||View|
|Student's Grievances Redressal Policy||View|
|Resource mobilisation Policy||View|
Standard Operating Procedures
|Augmentation, utilization, and maintenance of physical infrastructure||View|
|Augmentation, utilization, and maintenance of Information Technology infrastructure||View|
|Conduct of Examination||View|
|Conduct of placement drives||View|
|Seed Money Scheme||View|
|Conduct of programmes / outreach||View|
|Research projects implementation||View|
|Sports / Cultural activities||View|
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- Implementation of OBE.
- Implementation of 360° feedback from all stakeholders.
- Introduction of Multi-Disciplinary and Inter Disciplinary Courses within the curriculum across all programmes.
- Introduction of Self-study and Add-on courses for the benefit of advanced learners.
- Provision for credit transfer from SWAYAM / NPTEL against NME / Elective courses.
- Fiber internet connectivity provided to all departments.
- Firewalled centralized wi-fi internet facility with content filtering provided to students in the east corridor of the college.
- Implementation of CLIL in Part-II English to bridge students from medium of instruction other than English.
- Implementation of e-governance in all areas of administration like office automation, admission processing, attendance, examination system, finance and student portal (including feedback and grievance redressal).
- Seed Money Scheme for teachers for promotion of research.
- Participation in NIRF.
- Installation of 25KW solar power plant.
- Establishment of Miyawaki Forest – an ultra-dense bio-diverse pocket forest in collaboration with Rotary Club of Madurai West.
- Installation of Spirulina Cultivation, Vermi-composting pits and Glass house facilities.
- Establishment of flood lit synthetic tennis courts in accordance with International standards.
- A total 20 MoUs signed with various institutions /NGOs for the holistic development of the institution.
|Date(s)||Title of Faculty Development Programme||Document|
|23-09-2021||Webinar on "What Makes a Good Teacher"||View|
|24-09-2021||Webinar on "Ethics in Teaching and Research"||View|
|11-12-2021||One day Enrichment programme for Non-Teaching Staff on "Importance of Health in Today's Life Style"||View|
|17-12-2021||Lecture on COVID-19 & its Impact on Human Health||View|
|11-03-2022||Faculty Development Programme – Workshop on National Education Policy 2020||View|
|18-03-2022||User awareness programme on National Digital Library||View|
|07-06-2022||Hands on workshop on profile management systems||View|
|Faculty Recharge Programme – ICT tools for the 21st Century teacher||View|
|20-02-2021||A Webinar on Predatory publishing in India for Teaching Staff (Aided)||View|
|20-02-2021||A Webinar on New Education Policy of India for Teaching Staff (SF Stream)||View|
|01-03-2021||A Workshop Office File Management for Non-teaching Staff||View|
|05-08-2019||Capacity Building Programme for teachers||View|
|03-10-2019||Capacity Building Programme – Outcome Based Education – Framework and Design||View|
|17-10-2019||A Workshop on Learning Management Systems (CANVAS & PLICKERS)||View|
|12-12-2019||Hands on Training on CANVAS||View|
|29-02-2020||Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), Writing research articles, Awards and Scopus registration||View|
|03-03-2020||Lecture programme on "Research Funding and Fellowships"||View|
|12-03-2020||One-day Motivational training programme on Office procedures and file management for non-teaching staff||View|
|Two week online Faculty Recharge Programme on ICT Tools offered on MOOC||View|
|Two Day National Seminar on Indian Literature: Texts and Contents||View|
|27-09-2018||Examination Reforms Workshop||View|
|02-11-2018||A workshop on PFMS & EAT Module||View|
|20-12-2018||Use of ICT tools in Classroom Teaching||View|
|07-01-2019||Awareness on Funding Agencies||View|
COLLABORATIVE QUALITY INITIATIVES
The Madura College, as a premier higher educational institution, believes in being agile and susceptible to change. In this regard, our college strives to collaborate with other institutions to bring about quality initiatives in the college.
Case Study - I (Creation of Miyawaki Forest)
Miyawaki forest – An ultra-dense bio-diverse dense pocket forest conceived in association with the Rotary Club of Madurai West.
Miyawaki forest is a pioneering concept of a bio-diverse dense pocket forest that is self-sustained. The forest will attract bees, birds, reptiles among other fauna to create a bio-diverse ecosystem. The Madura College collaborated with the Rotary Club of Madurai West to bring this pioneering concept into reality within our campus. The project is a huge success in respect of effective knowledge sharing and implementation among the collaborators. The forest is now home to more than 110 different plants / trees and fauna including butterflies, dragonflies, bees, peacocks, frogs and snakes.
Case Study - II (Establishment of Madura College Tennis Academy)
The Madura College Tennis Academy as an outcome of collaboration of The Madura College with International Tennis Federation, Madurai.
Tennis Courts prepared to international standards will support tennis aspirants from the region to prepare and face competitive sports at National / International level. It is with this motive that The Madura College associated with International Tennis Federation, Madurai to set-up four flood lit Tennis Courts with Synthetic top. The college has a plan to have an in-house coach to advance the activities of the Tennis Academy further for the benefit of our students and other aspirants.
Initiative under MoUs
The college / departments have entered into MoU with several institution to advance the objective with which these MoUs have been signed. The college has signed a total of 21 MoUs with Industries / NGOs / Institutions across academics and co-curricular spheres.