There is an IQAC that offers quality maintenance on diverse areas and functions as a think tank of the college and also reviews the teaching and learning processes.

Structure of the IQAC

 The constitution of the present IQAC as per the norms given by NAAC, Bangalore is:

1. Chairperson : Dr. Fr. G. Vazhan Arasu

2. Administrative Officer : Fr. Ben Anton Rose

3. Teachers : All Heads of Departments

Criteria 1 Incharge : Dr. Mrs. Roopali Aluwalia

Working Committee Member: Mrs. Komal Rawat

Criteria 2 Incharge : Dr. Mrs. Elena Philip

Working Committee Member: Mrs. Sukhwinder Kaur Walia

Criteria 3 Incharge : Dr. Pearly Jacob

Working Committee Member: Dr. Tuhina Johri

Criteria 4 Incharge : Dr. Mrs. Meeta Darbari

Working Committee Member: Dr. Laxmi Kant Pandey

Criteria 5 Incharge : Dr. Mrs. Mandira Kar

Working Committee Member: Mr. Dayashankar Gautam

Criteria 6 Incharge : Dr. Mrs. Neelanjana Pathak & Dr. Mrs. Sonal Rai

Working Committee Member: Dr. Mrs. Anthonima K. Robin

Criteria 7 Incharge : Dr. Kallol Das & Mrs. Siby Samual

Working Committee Member: Dr. Mrs. Nidhi Khurana


4. Members from the Management : Vice President, Foundation Society

5. Nominees from local society : Dean College Development Council

Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya Jabalpur

Mr. Prem Dubey

 (Alumnus and Entrepreneur),

Dr. Raghvendra Naidu

(Alumnus and  Professor)

Government Mankunwar Bai Autonomous College, Jabalpur.

6. Student Members : Mr. Apurva Shrivastava (BA V Sem.)

Ms. Bhavna Tekam (MA I Sem.)

Ms. Anshi Tahiliani (MA I Sem.)

7. Coordinator        : Dr  Kallol Das

 Following the guidelines of NAAC, the members of the core group of the above are nominated by the Principal.

Core Group Dr. Fr. G. Vazhan Arasu, 

Dr. Kallol Das 

Dr. Anjali D’souza

Dr. Elena Philip

The IQAC meets regularly and minutes are maintained.

Methodology of operation of the IQAC

  • Quality check of academic and administrative aspects of the college.
  • Reviews teaching-learning through regular feedback mechanism and implementation of plans and policies decided through collective thinking.
  • Obtains, analyzes and follows up feedbacks from stakeholders.
  • Monitors progress of students.
  • Augments and evaluates faculty knowledge through teacher enrichment programmes.
  • Enhancement of teaching-learning process by means of innovative teaching methodologies.
  • Promotion of infrastructure enrichment according to current needs.
  • Organising seminars, workshops and activities.
  • Documentation of activities.
  • Archiving the highlights of quality processes.


  • Regular restructuring of syllabus 
  • Appropriate teaching methodologies and techniques
  • Initiation of new Add on, certificate, diploma, UG, PG courses and Research centre. 
  • Better knowledge management
  • Scientific feedback analyses
  • Infrastructure enhancement
  • ICT development for a multisensory approach to teaching-learning.
  • Sustenance of quality parameters in all realms 


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