Saturday, November 26, 2022

Workshop on ‘Preparation of revised AQAR’

DIMAPUR: Sao Chang College (SCC) Tuensang in collaboration with IQAC Cluster organized four-day national level online workshop on “Preparation of revised AQAR” from April 4-7.
According to media cell of the college, the resource persons of the workshop were nationally recognized experts of IQAC Cluster.
The objectives of the workshop were to learn the basics of revised AQAR, to know the growth of the institution post Accreditation, to prepare AQAR in a systematic process and to resolve all doubts under each criterion and SoP’s.
The workshop started with welcome and keynote address by principal in-charge of the college, Longtichang Tzudir.
It was followed by the first technical session titled, “Glimpse of IQAC Cluster and Institutionalization of College IQAC” presented by Prof. Peeyush Pahade president of IQAC Cluster.
The second technical session was on “Criterion 1: Curricular Aspects” with Prof. Parag Shah of Modern College Ganeshkhind Pune as resource person.
On the second day, topics on “Criterion – II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluationand Criterion – III: Research, Innovations and Extension” were carried out by resource persons Dr. Deepak Nanaware, of DAV Velankar College, Solapur and Dr. Hemant Chandak, of GSSASC College Khamgaon, Buldhana respectively.
On the third day, “Criterion – IV: Infrastructure and Learning ResourcesandCriterion – V: Student Support and Progression” were discussed by Prof. Bharat Kangude, Anantrao Pawar College, Pirangut, Pune and Dr.Ayub Shaikh, of ICS College Khed, Ratnagiri respectively.
On the concluding day, the last two criterias, “Criterion – VI: Governance, Leadership and Management and Criterion – VII: Institutional Values and Best Practices” were discussed by Prof. Shrihari Pingle of Sangamner Nagarpalika College, Sangamner and Prof. Gauri Devasthale, Abeda Inamdar College, Pune.
Under the leadership of Tekameren Walling, Assistant Professor and workshop coordinator, the workshop on “Preparation of revised AQAR”, the first of its kind in the Northeast region, was conducted successfully.
Altogether 230 participants from 16 states registered for the workshop.

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