To further strengthen the processes and procedures for academic quality assurance and enhancement, CQAAD plans and conducts various levels of Academic Audit at the constituent institutes of the University from time-to-time.
The objectives of the Academic Audit are to ensure quality of teaching and administration to identify strengths and areas of improvement of faculty, departments and Institutes.
The Academic Audit is carried out at three levels, namely the Audit at the individual level (Peer Faculty Classroom Observation), the Audit at the department level and the Audit at the university level / Audit by external experts.
Wherein the audit panel assesses:
The University Level Academic Audit is conducted to:
Audit by the External Experts
wherein the audit panel consists of external members who are visionary, senior academicians, researchers, domain experts.
The panel constituted for every institute carries out the audit with a view to:
The audit panel for all the above levels evaluates on parameters based on the criteria set by the national accreditation agencies, bodies like UGC, NAAC, NBA, etc. The panel also reviews the compliance by the institute (or department) to the findings of the previous committee visit (internal audit or audit by accreditation body) and the progress in this line.