Criteria I-Curricular Aspects (150)

#Key indicator-1.1 Curricular Design and Development(50)Documents
11.1.1 Curricula developed and implemented have relevance to the local,national, regional and global healthcare needs which are visible in Programme Outcomes (POs), and Course Outcomes (COs) offered by the University,as per the norms of the Regulatory Bodies. Click here
21.1.2 Percentage of Programmes where syllabus revision was carried out during the last five yearsClick here
31.1.3 Provide a description of courses with focus on competency/employability/ entrepreneurship/ skill-development offered either by the University or in collaboration with partner Institutions / Industries during the last five years Click here
#Key indicator-1.2 Academic Flexibility(40)Documents
11.2.1 Percentage of Programmes in which Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS)/Elective Course Systemhas been implemented, wherever provision was made by the Regulatory Bodies (Data for thepreceding academic year).Click here
21.2.2 Percentage of new Degree Programmes, Fellowships and Diplomas introduced by the University across all Faculties during the last five years (certificate programmes are not to be included)Click here
31.2.3 Percentage of interdisciplinary courses under the Programmes offered by the University during the last five years Click here
#Key indicator-1.3 Curriculum Enrichment(40)Documents
11.3.1 Institution integrates crosscutting issues relevant to Gender,Environment and Sustainability, Human Values, Health Determinants, Right to Health Issues, Emerging demographic changes and Professional Ethics in the curricula Click here
21.3.2 Number of value-added courses offered during the last five years that impart transferable and life skills Click here
31.3.3 Percentage of students who successfully completed the valueadded courses during the last five yearsClick here
41.3.4 Students undertake field visits / research projects / Industry internship / visits/Community postings as part of curriculum enrichmentClick here
#Key indicator-1.4 Feedback System(20)Documents
11.4.1 Mechanism is in place for obtaining structured feedback on curricula/syllabi from various stakeholders
Structured feedback received from:
1 Students
2 Teachers
3 Employers
4 Alumni
5 Professionals
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21.4.2 Feedback process of the Institution may be classified as:
Options(Optany onethat is applicable):
A. Feedback collected, analysed and action taken on feedback and relevant documents are made available on the institutional website
B. Feedback collected, analysed and action has been taken
C. Feedback collected and analysed
D. Feedback collected
E. Feedback not obtained/collected
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Criteria II- Teaching-Learning and Evaluation (200)

#Key indicator-2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile(10)Documents
12.1.1 Due consideration is given to equity and inclusiveness by providing reservation of seats to all categories during the admission processClick here
22.1.2 Student Demand Ratio, applicable to programmes where State /Central Common Entrance Tests are not conducted Click here
32.1.3 Student enrollment pattern and student profile to demonstrate national/international spread of enrolled students from other states and countriesClick here
#Key indicator-2.2 Catering to Student Diversity(15)Documents
12.2.1 The Institution assesses the learning levels of the students after admission and organises special programmes for advanced learners and slow performers
The Institution:
1. Adopts measurable criteria to identify slow performers.
2. Adopts measurable criteria to identify advanced learners
3. Organizes special programmes for slow performers and advanced learners
4. Follows protocols to measure students‟ achievement
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22.2.2 Student - Fulltime teacher ratio (data for the preceding academic year) Click here
#Key indicator-2.3 Teaching - Learning Process (25)Documents
12.3.1 Student-centric methods are used for enhancing learning
experiences by:
-> Experiential learning
-> Integrated/Inter-disciplinary learning
-> Participatory learning
-> Problem-solving methodologies
-> Self-directed learning
-> Patient-centric and Evidence-based learning
-> The Humanities
-> Project-based learning
-> Role play
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22.3.2 Has provision for the use of Clinical Skills Laboratory and Simulation Based Learning
The Institution:
1. has Basic Clinical Skills Training Models and Trainers for clinical skills in the relevant disciplines.
2. has advanced patient simulators for simulation-based training
3. has structured programs for training and assessment of students in Clinical Skills Lab / Simulation centre
4. conducts training programs for the faculty in the use of clinical skills lab and simulation methods of teachinglearning
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32.3.3 Teachers use ICT-enabled tools for effective teaching and learning process, including online e-resources Click here
42.3.4 Student:Mentor Ratio (preceding academic year)Click here
#Key indicator-2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality(55)Documents
12.4.1 Average percentage of fulltime teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five yearsClick here
22.4.2 Average percentage of fulltime teachers with Ph.D./D.Sc./D.Lit./DM/M Ch/DNB in super specialities /other PG degrees (like MD/ MS/ MDS etc.,) in Health Sciences for recognition as Ph.D guides as per the eligibility criteria stipulated by the Regulatory Councils / Universities during the last five years Click here
32.4.3 Average Teaching experience of fulltime teachers in number of years (preceding academic year) Click here
42.4.4 Average percentage of teachers trained for development and delivery of e-contents / e-courses / video lectures / demonstrations during the last 5 yearsClick here
52.4.5 Average Percentage of fulltime teachers who received awards and recognitions for excellence in teaching, student mentoring, scholarships, professional achievements and academic leadership at State, National, International levels from Government / Government-recognized agencies /registered professional associations / academies during the last five yearsClick here
#Key indicator-2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms(40)Documents
12.5.1 Average number of days from the date of last semester-end/ year- end examination to the date of declaration of results during the last five yearsClick here
22.5.2 Average percentage of student complaints / grievances about evaluation, against the total number of students appeared in the examinations during the last five yearsClick here
32.5.3 Evaluation-related Grievance Redressal mechanism followed by the Institution: The University adopts the following mechanism for the redressal of evaluation-related grievances.
Options(Opt one which is applicable to you):
1. Double valuation/Multiple valuation with appeal process for re-totaling/revaluation and access to answer script
2. Double Valuation/Multiple valuation with appeal process for revaluation only
3. Double Valuation/Multiple valuation with appeal process for re-totaling only
4. Single valuation and appeal process for revaluation
5. Grievance Redressal mechanism does not exist
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42.5.4 Reforms in the process and procedure in the conduct of evaluation/examination; including Continuous Internal Assessment to improve the examination system.
Describe examination reforms implemented by the University during the last 5 years with reference to the following within 500 words
-> Examination procedures
-> Processes integrating IT
-> Continuous internal assessment system
-> Competency-based assessment
-> Workplace-based assessment
-> Self assessment
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52.5.5 Status of automation of the Examination division, using Examination Management System (EMS) along with an approved online Examination Manual
Options(Choose an applicable option):
1. Complete automation of entire division & implementation of the Examination Management System (EMS)
2. Student registration, hall ticket issue & result processing
3. Student registration and result processing
4. Result processing
5. Manual methodology
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#Key indicator-2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes(25)Documents
12.6.1 The Institution has stated learning outcomes /graduate attributes as per the provisions of Regulatory bodies which are integrated into the assessment process and widely publicized through the website and other documents Click here
22.6.2 Incremental performance in Pass percentage of final year students in the last five yearsClick here
#Key indicator-2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey (30)Documents
12.7.1 Online student satisfaction survey regarding teaching learning process. Click here

Criteria III- Research, Innovations and Extension (250)

#Key indicator-3.1 Promotion of Research and Facilities (30)Documents
13.1.1 The Institution has a well-defined Research promotion policy and the same is uploaded on the Institutional websiteClick here
23.1.2 The Institution provides seed money to its teachers for research Click here
33.1.3 Average Percentage of teachers awarded national/ international fellowship / Financial support for advanced studies/collaborative research / conference participation in Indian and Overseas Institutions during the last five yearsClick here
43.1.4 Number of JRFs, SRFs, Post Doctoral Fellows, Research Associates and other research fellows in the university enrolled during the last five yearsClick here
53.1.5 University has the following facilities*
1. Central Research Laboratory / Central Research Facility
2. Animal House/ Medicinal plant garden / Museum
3. Media laboratory/Business Lab/e-resource Studios
4. Research/Statistical Databases/Health Informatics
5. Clinical Trial Centre
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63.1.6 Percentage of departments with recognition by ICMR-CAR,DST-FIST, DBT, MCI, DCI, PCI, AICTE, AYUSH, NACO, WHO, NIH etc. and other similar recognitions by national and international agencies, (excluding mandatory recognitions by Regulatory Councils for UG /PG programmes) (Examples: WHO collaborating Centre, AYUSH & AICTE Centre for Excellence, MCI Regional / Nodal Centre for Medical Education etc.,) (Data for the last 5 years) Note: Departments getting multiple recognitions shall be counted only once.Click here
#Key indicator-3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research(20)Documents
13.2.1 Grants for research projects /clinical trials sponsored by nongovernment sources such as industry, corporate houses, international bodies, endowments, professional associations, endowment-Chairs etc., in the Institution during the last five yearsClick here
23.2.2 Grants for research projects/clinical research project sponsored by the government funding agencies during the last five years Click here
33.2.3 Ratio of research projects/clinical trials per teacher funded by government/industries and non-government agencies during the last five yearsClick here
#Key indicator-3.3 Innovation Ecosystem(20)Documents
13.3.1 Institution has created an ecosystem for innovations and entrepreneurship with an Incubation centre, entrepreneurship cell Click here
23.3.2 Workshops/seminars conducted on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Research methodology, Good clinical Practice, Laboratory, Pharmacy and Collection practices, Research Grant writing and IndustryAcademia Collaborations during the last five yearsClick here
23.3.3 Number of awards / recognitions received for innovation / discoveries by the Institution/teachers/research scholars/students from recognized bodies during the last five yearsClick here
23.3.4 Number of start-ups incubated on campus during the last five years Click here
#Key indicator-3.4 Research Publications and Awards(100)Documents
13.4.1 TheInstitutionhasa statedCodeofEthics for research, the implementation of which is ensured by the following:
1. Research methodology with course on research ethics
2. Ethics committee
3. Plagiarism check
4. Committee on Publication guidelines
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23.4.2 The Institution provides incentives for teachers who receive state,national or internationalrecognitions/awards
1. Career Advancement
2. Salary increment
3. Recognition by Institutional website notification
4.Commendation certificate with cash award
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33.4.3 Number of Patents/ Copyrights published/awarded/technologytransferred during the last five years Click here
43.4.4 Average number of Ph.D/ DM/ M Ch/ PG Degree in the respective disciplines awarded per recognized PG teacher* of the Institution during the last five yearsClick here
53.4.5 Average Number of research papers per teacher in the approved list of Journals in Scopus / Web of Science/ PubMed during the last five calendar years Click here
63.4.6 Average Number of research papers per teacher in the approved list of Journals notified in UGC-CARE list during the last five calendar years Click here
73.4.7 Total Number of books/ chapters in edited volumes and papers in National/International conference-proceedings published per teacher and indexed in Scopus/Web of Science/ PubMed UGC-CARE list during the last five calendar yearsClick here
83.4.8 Bibliometric of the publications during the last five calendar years based on average Citation Index in Scopus/ Web of ScienceClick here
93.4.9 Provide Scopus/ Web of Science – h-index of the Institution for the last 5 calendar years. Click here
#Key indicator-3.5 Consultancy(15)Documents
13.5.1 Institution has a policy on IPR and consultancy including revenue sharing between the Institution and the individual, besides a training cum capacity building programme for teachers, students and staff for undertaking consultancy. Click here
13.5.2 Revenue generated from advisory / R & D consultancy projects(exclude Patients consultancy) including Clinical trials during the last five years . Click here
#Key indicator-3.6 Extension Activities(45)Documents
13.6.1 Extension* and outreach activities* such as community Health Education, Community health camps, Tele-conferences, Tele-Medicine consultancy etc., are conducted in collaboration with industry,Government and non- GovernmentOrganisations engagingNSS/NCC/Red cross/YRC, Institutional clubs etc., during the last five yearsClick here
23.6.2 Average percentage of students participating in extension and outreach activities beyond the curricular requirement as stated at 3.6.1 Click here
33.6.3 Number of awards and recognitions received for extension and outreach activities from Government / other recognized bodies during the last five years Click here
43.6.4 Institutional social responsibility activitiesinthe neighborhood community in terms of education, environmental issues like Swachh Bharath, health and hygiene awareness, delivery of free/ subsidized health care and socio economic development issues carried out by the students and staff, including the amount of expenditure incurred during the last five yearsClick here
#Key indicator-3.7 Collaboration(20)Documents
13.7.1 Average Number of Collaborative activities for research, faculty exchange, student exchange/ Industry-internship etc.., per year Click here
23.7.2 Presence of functional MoUs with Institutions/ industries in India and abroad for academic, clinical training / internship, on-the-job training, project work, student / faculty exchange, collaborative research programmes etc., during the last five yearsClick here

Criteria IV- Infrastructure and Learning Resources (100)

#Key indicator-4.1 Physical Facilities(20)Documents
14.1.1 The Institution has adequate physical facilities for teaching –learning, skills acquisition etc. Click here
24.1.2 The Institution has adequate facilities to support physical and recreational requirements of students and staff- sports, games (indoor, outdoor), gymnasium, auditorium, yoga centre etc. and for cultural activities Click here
34.1.3 Availability and adequacy of general campus facilities and overall ambience:Click here
44.1.4 Average percentage of expenditure incurred, excluding salary, for infrastructure development and augmentation during the last five yearsClick here
#Key indicator-4.2 Clinical, Equipment and Laboratory Learning Resources (30)Documents
14.2.1 Teaching Hospital/s, Equipments, Laboratory and clinical teaching-learning facilities including equipment as per the norms of the respective Regulatory Bodies. Click here
24.2.2 Describe the adequacy of both outpatients and inpatients in the teaching hospital during the last five years vis–a–vis the number of students trained and programmes offered (based on HIMS / EMR) within 500 words.Click here
34.2.3 Availability of infrastructure for community based learning
Institution has:
1. Attached Satellite Primary Health Centers
2. Attached Rural Health Centers available for training of students
3. Attached Urban Health Centre for training of students
4. Residential facility for students / trainees at the above peripheral health centers / hospitals
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44.2.4 Is the Teaching Hospital / Clinical Laboratory accredited by any National Accrediting Agency?
A. NABH accreditation
B. NABL accreditation
C. International accreditation like JCI.,
D. ISO certification of departments /Institution
E. GLP/GCLP accreditation.
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#Key indicator-4.3 Library as a Learning Resource (20)Documents
14.3.1 Library is automated using Integrated Library Management System (ILMS) Click here
24.3.2 Total number of books and reference volumes as well as collection of ancient books, manuscripts, Digitalized traditional manuscripts, Discipline-specific learning resources from ancient Indian languages, special reports or any other knowledge resource for library enrichment especially with reference to traditional systems of medicinesClick here
34.3.3 Does the Institution have an e-Library with membership/subscription for the following:
1. e – journals / e-books consortia
2. e - ShodhSindhu
3. Shodhganga
5. Discipline-specific Databases
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44.3.4 Average annual expenditure for purchase of books and journals (including e-resources) during the last five years Click here
54.3.5 E-content resources used by teachers/students :
2. other MOOCs platforms
4. Institutional LMS
5. e-PG-Pathshala
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#Key indicator-4.4 IT Infrastructure (20)Documents
14.4.1 Percentage of classrooms, seminar halls and demonstration rooms linked with internet /Wi-Fi enabled ICT facilities (data for the preceding academic year)Click here
24.4.2 Institution frequently updates its computer availability for students and IT facilities including Wi-FiClick here
34.4.3 Available bandwidth of internet connection in the Institution(Leased line)
Optany one:
A. ≥1 GBPS
B. 500 MBPS - 1 GBPS
C. 250 MBPS - 500 MBPS
D. 50 MBPS - 250 MBPS
E. < 50 MBPS
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44.4.4 Facilities for e-content development such as Media centre, audio visual centre, Lecture Capturing System (LCS), etc.Click here
#Key indicator- 4.5 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure (10)Documents
14.5.1 Average percentage of expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities and academic support facilities excluding salary component during the last five yearsClick here
24.5.2 There are established systems and processes for maintaining physical and academic support facilities: (laboratory,library,sports facilities,computers,classrooms, etc.)Click here

Criteria V- Student Support and Progression (100)

#Key indicator-5.1 Student Support(50)Documents
15.1.1 Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships /freeships / fee-waivers by Government / Non-Governmental agencies / Institution during the last five yearsClick here
25.1.2 Institution implements a variety of capability enhancement and other skill development schemes
1. Soft skills development
2. Language and communication skill development
3. Yoga and wellness
4. Analytical skill development
5. Human value development
6. Personality and professional development
7. Employability skill development
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35.1.3 Average percentage of students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and career advancement offered by the Institution during the last five yearsClick here
45.1.4 The Institution has an active international student cell of the preceding academic yearClick here
55.1.5 The Institution has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of student grievances / prevention of sexual harassment and prevention of ragging
1. Adoption of guidelines of Regulatory bodies
2. Presence of the committee and mechanism of receiving student grievances (online/ offline)
3. Periodic meetings of the committee with minutes
4. Record of action taken
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#Key indicator-5.2 Student Progression(40)Documents
15.2.1 Average percentage of students qualifying in state/ national/ international level examinations during the last five years (eg: NET/SLET/GATE/GMAT/GPAT/CAT/GRE/TOEFL/PLAB/USMLE/AYUSH/ Civil Services/Defense /UPSC/State government examinations/PG-NEET/ AIIMSPGET, JIPMER Entrance Test,PGIMER Entrance Test etc., )Click here
25.2.2 Average percentage of placement /self-employed professional services of outgoing students during the last five yearsClick here
35.2.3 Percentage of the graduates in the preceding academic year, who have had progression to higher education.Click here
#Key indicator-5.3 Student Participation and Activities(20)Documents
15.3.1 Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at state/regional/national/international events (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five yearsClick here
25.3.2 Presence of Student Council and its activities for Institutional development and student welfare. Click here
35.3.3 Average Number of sports and cultural activities / events/ competitionsorganised in the Institution per year Click here
#Key indicator-5.4 Alumni Engagement(10)Documents
15.4.1 The Alumni Association/Chapter(registered and functional) has contributed significantly to the development of the Institution through financial and other support services during the last five yearsClick here
25.4.2 Provide the areas of contribution by the Alumni Association / chapters during the last five years
1. Financial / kind
2. Donation of books /Journals/ volumes
3. Students placement
4. Student exchanges
5. Institutional endowments
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Criteria VI- Governance, Leadership and Management (100)

#Key indicator-6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership(10)Documents
16.1.1 The Institution has clearly stated vision and mission which are reflected in its academic and administrative governance Click here
26.1.2 Effective leadership is reflected in various Institutional practices such as decentralization and participative management etc.Click here
#Key indicator-6.2 Strategy Developments and Deployment(15)Documents
16.2.1 The Institutional Strategic plan is effectively deployed. Click here
26.2.2 Effectiveness and efficiency of functioning of the Institutional bodies as evidenced by policies, administrative setup, appointment and service rules, procedures etc. Click here
36.2.3 The University has implemented e-governance in the following areas of operation
1. Planning and Development
2. Administration (including Hospital Administration & Medical Records)
3. Finance and Accounts
4. Student Admis
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#Key indicator-6.3 Faculty and Staff Empowerment Strategies (25)Documents
16.3.1 The Institution has effective welfare measures for teaching and non-teaching staff and other beneficiaries.Click here
26.3.2 Average percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences / workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five yearsClick here
36.3.3 Average number of professional development / administrative training programmes organized by the University for teaching and nonteaching/technical staff during the last five years Click here
46.3.4 Average percentage of teachers undergoing Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) including online programmes (Orientation /Induction Programmes, Refresher Course, Short Term Course etc.) during the last five yearsClick here
56.3.5 Institution has Performance Appraisal System for teaching and non-teaching staff Click here
#Key indicator-6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization(20)Documents
16.4.1 Institutional strategies for mobilization of funds and the optimal utilisation of resourcesClick here
26.4.2 Funds / Grants received from government / non-government bodies /philanthropists during the last five years (excluding scholarships and research grants covered under Criterion III)Click here
36.4.3 Institutionconducts internalandexternal financial audits regularlyClick here
#Key indicator - 6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System (30)Documents
16.5.1 Instituion has a streamlined Internal Quality Assurance MechanismClick here
26.5.2 Quality assurance initiatives of the Institution include: 1. Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) and initiation of follow-up action 2. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops on quality 3. Collaborative quality initiatives with other Institution(s) 4. Orientation programmes on qualityissues for teachers and students 5. Participation in NIRF process 6. Any other quality audit by recognized State, National or International agencies (ISO, NABH, NABL Certification,NBA, any other)Click here
36.5.3 Impact analysis of the various initiatives carried out and used for quality improvementClick here

Criteria VII- Institutional Values and Best Practices (100)

#Key indicator-7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities (50)Documents
17.1.1 Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity during the last five years.Click here
27.1.2 The Institution has facilities for alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures
1. Solar energy
2. Biogas plant
3. Wheeling to the Grid
4. Sensor-based energy conservation
5. Use of LED bulbs/ power efficient equipment
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37.1.3 Describe the facilities in the Institution for the management of the following types of degradable and non-degradable waste (within 500 words)
-> Solid waste management
-> Liquid waste management
-> Biomedical waste management
-> E-waste management
-> Waste recycling system
-> Hazardous chemicals and radioactive waste management
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47.1.4 Water conservation facilities available in the Institution:
1. Rain water harvesting
2. Borewell /Open well recharge
3. Construction of tanks and bunds
4. Waste water recycling
5. Maintenance of water bodies and distribution system in the campus
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57.1.5 Green campus initiatives include:
1. Restricted entry of automobiles
2. Battery-powered vehicles
3. Pedestrian-friendly pathways
4. Ban on the use of Plastics
5. Landscaping with trees and plants
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67.1.6 Quality audits on environment and energy regularly undertaken by the Institution and any awards received for such green campus initiatives: -> Green audit -> Energy audit -> Environment audit -> Clean and green campus recognitions / awards -> Beyond the campus environmental promotion activitiesClick here
77.1.7 The Institution has disabled-friendly, barrier free environment
-> Built environment with ramps/lifts for easy access to classrooms.
-> Disabled-friendly washrooms
-> Signage including tactile path, lights, display boards and signposts
-> Assistive technology and facilities for persons with disabilities (Divyangjan) accessible website, screen-reading software, mechanized equipment
-> Provision for enquiry and information : Human assistance, reader, scribe, soft copies of reading material, screen reading
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87.1.8 Describe the Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing an inclusive environment i.e., tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional,linguistic, communal socioeconomic and other diversitiesClick here
97.1.9 Sensitization of students and employees of the Institution to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizenClick here
107.1.10 The Institution has a prescribed code of conduct for students, teachers,administrators and other staff and conducts periodic programmes in this regard.
1. The Code of Conduct is displayed on the website
2. There is a committee to monitor adherence to the Code of Conduct
3. Institution organizes professional ethics programmes for students,teachers, administrators and other staff
4. Annual awareness programmes on Code of Conduct are organized
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117.1.11 Institution celebrates / organizes national and international commemorative days, events and festivals Click here
#Key indicator-7.2 Best Practices (30)Documents
17.2.1 Describe two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual.Click here
#Key indicator-7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness (20)Documents
17.3.1 Portray the performance of the Institution in one area distinctive to its priority and thrustwithin 1000 wordsClick here