Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

     The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has recommended that an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) be established at all recognized higher education institutions in order to oversee the institution's quality improvement programs. IQAC helps the institution achieve its objectives of excellence, continual quality sustenance, improvement, and enhancement.

     The IQAC advises the management on policy matters and has been important in creating quality standards for the college's numerous academic and administrative endeavors. In addition, it conducts workshops and seminars on quality-related topics in order to spread knowledge about the many quality characteristics of higher education. Along with preparing the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) and the Self Study Report (SSR) to be submitted to the NAAC. 

Functions of IQAC:

  1. Establishing and implementing quality standards and guidelines for the institution's numerous administrative and academic operations.
  2. Using the quality parameters as a guide, prepare the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR), which will be submitted to NAAC.
  3. Informational dissemination regarding the many standards of higher education quality.
  4. Organization of workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles.
  5. Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching, learning and evaluation.
  6. To obtaining feedback and its analysis from all stakeholders: students, parents, teachers and alumni.
  7. Documentation of the various programmes / activities leading to quality improvement.

IQAC Vision

To envision a beacon of excellence, fostering continuous improvement, innovation, and holistic development for a transformative education experience.

IQAC Mission

To Promote academic excellence, encouraging research and innovation, and upholding values, our commitment is to give students and teachers enough courage to become self-reliant individuals who can contribute to the progress of the society.

Composition of IQAC 2023-24

Sr. No. Name of Person Designation
1. Dr. V.M.Vanar
Chairperson, Head of the Institution
2. Smt. Jyotsnaben K. Patel
(Hon. Secretary, Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandal, Anand)
Members from Management
3. Mr. Parixitbhai K. Patel
(Joint Secretary, Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandal, Anand)
Dr. Tejal Gandhi
(Principal, Anand Pharmacy College)
Nominee from Employer
4. Prof. D.B.Trivedi (Associate Prof. & Head - Management Dept.)
Dr. A.K.Yagnik (Associate Prof. & Head - English Dept.)
Prof. T.N.Chaudhari (Associate Prof. & Head - Economics Dept.)
Dr. K.V.Solanki (Associate Prof. & Head - Commerce Dept.)
Dr. V. N. Pansuria (Adhyapak Sahayak & Head - Statistics Dept.)
Shri Rutul Patel (Academic Head – BCA Department)
Teachers to represent all Department
5. Shri Keyur Doshi (Owner- Yasheel Foods LLP) Nominee from Industry
6. Dr Yagnesh Dalwadi(Parents) Nominee from Stakeholders
7. Shri. Nileshbhai J. Patel (Corporator-Anand Nagarpalika) Nominee from Local Society
8. Dr. P.K.Rathod (Rtd. Professor & Head – P.G.Dept of Business Studies, Sardar Patel University)
CA Anand Thakkar (Professional)
Nominee from Alumni
9. Miti Pradipbhai Mital (B Com Student)
Virendrasinh Y. Jadav (BBA Student)
Vivek Bharat Patil (BCA Student)
Kreshi Chauhan (B Voc Student)
Nominee from Students
10. Mr. Amit Patel (Sr. Accountant)
Mr. N.J.Machhi (Technical Assistant)
Senior Administrative Officer
11. Dr. Mittal Thakkar (Adhyapak Sahayak ) IQAC Co-ordinator
12. Mr. Kumar Chandvani (Faculty of Dept of Skill Development & Vocational Studies) IQAC Co-Coordinator

Feedback Analysis Report and ATR

Student Feedback

Teacher Feedback

Alumni Feedback

Parent Feedback

Institutional Information for Quality Assessment(IIQA)

All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE)


To portray the status of higher education in the country, the Ministry of Education has endeavored to conduct an annual web-based All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) since 2010–11. The survey covers all the institutions in the country engaged in imparting higher education. Data is being collected on several parameters, such as teachers, student enrollment, programs, examination results, education finance, and infrastructure.

Indicators of educational development such as institution density, gross enrollment ratio, student-teacher ratio, gender parity index, and per-student expenditure will also be calculated from the data collected through AISHE. These are useful in making informed policy decisions and conducting research for the development of the education sector.

The main objectives of the survey was to:

  • Identify and capture all the institutions of higher learning in the country.
  • Collect data from all the higher education institutions on various aspects of higher education.

Collection of data is done under the following categories:

  • Institution’s Basic Details
  • Teacher’s Details
  • Details of Non-Teaching Staff
  • Programme conducted under various Faculties/Schools & Departments/Centres
  • Students enrolled in these programmes
  • Examination result of the terminal year of each Programme
  • Financial Information such as Receipt and Expenditure under various heads
  • Availability of Infrastructure
  • Scholarships, Loans & Accreditation


AISHE Certificate 2017-18
AISHE Certificate 2018-19
AISHE Certificate 2019-20
AISHE Certificate 2020-21
AISHE Certificate 2021-22
AISHE Certificate 2022-23

Program Outcome, Program Specific Outcome and Course Outcome


Attainment of POs and COs

IQAC Photo Gallary