Being an educator itself is a huge responsibility in terms of training young minds towards competence, responsibility and empathy, and moving towards an equitable and prosperous society. The responsibility becomes even more important for an Institution exclusively dedicated to the higher education of women. Benchmarking the quality parameters in teaching and research, and striving to improve on them is an ongoing practice at our College since its inception, and now our Internal Quality Assurance (IQAC) Cell has institutionalized these practices.
Established under UGC/NAAC norms, the IQAC Cell enables attainment of our objectives by constantly evaluating performance, accrediting the quality of education, and upgrading the benchmark to scale up the standard of education. The curriculum keeps evolving with learning requirements of current and prospective students.
Around four thousand young women are currently enrolled at different levels of various academic programmes, and a majority of them belong to the marginalized sections of our society. Access to higher education is likely to bring higher marginal benefits for these young women who, in many cases, are first generation entrants to this system. Providing them equitable access and ensuring good learning for them all, has been a part of social commitment for a period exceeding half a century.
As an Institution, we are committed to creating an enabling environment for sustained learning, which has been supported with an outstanding infrastructure and a robust system of continuous evaluation. Our IQAC cell dynamically ensures attainment of the targets as well as raising quality parameters as an ongoing process at the Institution.