The Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Varendra University was established in December 2021 in order to ensure quality education at the tertiary level. The operations of IQAC will be sustained and maintained under the revenue budget of the University.
To promote a quality enhancement culture within the University by ensuring that the academic entity adopts and implements Quality Assurance (QA) standards and benchmarked quality criteria.
Specific Objectives of the IQAC
Reviewing the existing policies and procedures of VU;
Assessing and strengthening capacity for effective governance, teaching-learning, research and community services;
Institutionalizing quality assurance systems within the university;
Preparing the university to meet the external quality assurance assessment and accreditation requirements;
Monitoring and evaluating self-assessment (SA) practices and processes through audit, survey and other instruments; and
Coordinating all QA related activities at the national level; and maintaining liaison with UGC and other external QA agencies.
The role of IQAC
To Support the university in achieving its vision through providing education;
To work as a central quality assurance cell for the university;
To review existing standards and procedures;
To help develop new standards, policies, systems, processes, and procedures by adapting and incorporating best practices;
To monitor and evaluate university practices and processes systematically through audit, survey and other instruments as deemed fit to ensure generally acceptable standards of quality.