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S. No. Theme Date
1. Quality Assurance and Re-Accreditation September 24, 2005
2. Re-accreditation and Institutional Preparation June 21, 2006
3. Preparation of Self-Study Report: Inputs and Consistencies December, 6, 2016
4. Two-Day Workshop on Teaching, Learning and Assessment Methodologies at University College of Engineering December 13-14, 2016
5. One-Day Workshop on Teaching, Learning and Assessment Methodologies at University College of Science December 17, 2016
6. One-Day Workshop on Outcome Based Education and Accreditation at University College of Engineering December 18, 2016
7. One-Day Seminar on Institutionalization of Quality Assurance System on Higher Education on 01-08-2017 August  01,2017


IQAC Seminar on

Quality Assurance and Re-Accreditation

 Venue : PGRRCDE Auditorium, Osmania University

24th September, 2005


9.00 A.M. - 11.00 A.M. INAUGURAL SESSION


Welcome by

Prof. M. Mutha Reddy,  Registrar, Osmania University


Introduction of the Guests by

Dr. T. Vijay Kumar, Member, IQAC


Inauguration by

Prof.  K.C. Reddy, Chairman, A.P. Council of Higher Education


About the Seminar

Prof. I.B. Ramaprasada Rao, Co-ordinator, IQAC


Keynote address by

Prof. V.S. Prasad, Director, NAAC


Presidential Remarks & Memento Presentation by

Prof. Mohd. Suleman Siddiqi, Vice - Chancellor, O.U.


Vote of Thanks by

Prof. T.L.N. Swamy, Member, IQAC &Director, UFRO, O.U.

11.00 A.M. - 11.30 A.M. TEA BREAK
11.30 A.M. - 1.00 P.M.


Session Chairman : Prof. D. Swaminathan, Former Vice-chancellor, JNTU & Vice -Chairman, A.P. Planning and Development Board


Rapporteur - Dr. T. Vijay Kumar, Member, IQAC

11.30 - 12.00 Noon


Prof. A. Gnanam, Former Vice-chancellor, Pondicherry University

Topic : Quality Assurance - A necessity in the changing context

12.00 - 12.30 P.M.

Prof. J.M. Waghmare, Former Vice-Chancellor, SRTM university

Topic :

12.30 - 1.00 P.M. Discussion
1.00 P.M. - 2.00 P.M. LUNCH BREAK
2.00 P.M. - 3.30 P.M. INVITED TALKS

Session Chairman : Prof. P. Dayaratnam, Former V.C., JNTU

Rapporteur - Dr. G. Prasad, Member, IQAC

2.00. - 2.30 P.M.

Prof. V. Ramakistayya, Former Vice Chancellor, O.U.

Topic : Quality and Relevance in Higher Education

2.30 - 3.00 P.M.

Prof. Afzal Ahmad, Former Vice-Chancellor, Dr. BRAOU

Topic :

3.00 - 3.30 P.M. Discussion
3.30 P.M. - 4.00 P.M. TEA BREAK
4.00 P.M. - 5.00 P.M. CLOSING SESSION

Chairman:  Prof. Mohd. Suleman Siddiqi, V.C., O.U.

Reporting by the Chairmen/Rapporteurs



Vote of Thanks by

Dr. G. Prasad, Member, IQAC




JUNE 21, 2006


NAAC Bangalore has a clear cut policy towards re-accreditation of already accredited educational institutions. The criteria, sub-sections under each category as well as the weightages accorded to each category based on the type of institution being re-accredited are also well laid down.

However when it comes to preparing the institution for re-accreditation over a period of 5 years several aspects require greater understanding, awareness among different stake holders, a definite action plan to generate, collate, preserve and present the data in a lucid fashion so that each constituent of the institution is aware of its responsibilities and the expectations of the University and the visiting team.

As an example, under the criteria "Healthy Practices" each individual and each constituent of the institution may set before himself or itself, a goal which may or may not be seen as a "healthy practice" by the Assessing Committee. Similarly inculcating core values as additional parameter may mean differently to different constituents of the institution. While exposing the system to a few spiritual lectures may be seen as a "sufficient criteria" by the institution while it may not be a "so sufficient contribution" to the Assessing Committee.

The Seminar aims at narrowing down the perceptions of each constituent of the institution and bringing awareness of the importance of actual implementation of the programmes and thus preparing the institution for re-accreditation, which experience may be shared with other institutions similarly placed.


 Criteria wise institutional preparation

2.  Assessment and implementation of the peer theme observations
3. Data generation warehousing and mining
4. Core value inculcation
5. RAR Preparation

It is expected that the institution takes stock of the action taken on earlier peer committee observation assessing the extent of making good the deficiencies pointed out, success in quality sustenance and finally the initiation towards quality enhancement as per the expected norms. Finally it is hoped that armed with the final insight into the entire gamut of exercise the structured way of data generation, preservation, retrieval and presentation will be evolved to be implemented immediately.




21 June, 2006

9:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:05 Welcome

About the Seminar Theme (by the Coordinator, IQAC)


Remarks by the Guest of Honour

(Dr Stephen Ryrie, Associate Dean, Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, University of West of England, Bristol, UK)


Inauguration and Keynote Address (by the Chief Guest)

11:10-11:20 Presidential Remarks (by the Vice-Chancellor)
11:20-11:30 Vote of Thanks
11:30-12:00  Tea Break

Session I

1.   Lecture by Dr Stephen Ryrie

2.   Lecture by...

1:00-2:30 Lunch Break

 Session II

1.  Sharing of Experience

(Lecture by a representative of a Re-Accredited University)

3:30-3:45 Tea

 Session III

Discussion on the preparation of Re-Accreditation Report


Souvenir of the seminar

Report of the seminar




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