Quality Enhancement Cell
The Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) has been established at the university with the objective of significant enhancement of quality in higher learning and international compatibility. The major functions of QEC are to:
- review quality standards and the quality of teaching and learning in each subject area.
- promote public confidence that the quality and standards of the award of degrees are enhanced and safeguarded.
- define lucid and explicit standards as points of reference to the reviews to be carried out. It should also help the employees to know as to what they could expect from candidates.
- develop qualifications framework by setting out the attributes that can be expected from the holder of qualification.
- develop quality assurance processes and methods of evaluation to affirm that the quality of provision and the standard of awards are being maintained and to foster curriculum, subject and staff development.
- develop procedures for approval of new programs, monitoring and evaluation, departmental review, student feedback, employer feedback, quality assurance of various degree programs, subject review, and qualification framework.
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