JIT IQAC was established in the academic year 2017-2018 and functions on the basis of the guidelines set forth by NAAC. IQAC provides an effective and efficient internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism. The sub-committees dealing with various activities and departments implement the IQAC guidelines and report the feedback.
- To create a framework that would enable excellent and transformative improvement in education and human services.
- To lead the institution’s resources and objectives toward quality in academic, research, and outreach activities.
- Collaboration with other institutions and organizations in India and around the world
- To be a possible platform for bringing in excellence by establishing management strategies to eliminate weaknesses and improve quality.
IQAC develops a swiveling focused differentiation that takes into account crucial variables such as stakeholders. The goal is to ensure excellence, instill a quality culture, and focus on the targets set for educational, organizational, research, and training programs. The complete procedure is focused on a relational process, in which faculty members and other stakeholders are associated with the development of strategies and their actual implementation. The overview is as follows:
- To build an effective system for deliberate, consistent, and effective planned action to improve the financial and social performance of institutions.
- Academic collaboration and connectivity with other organizations in India
- Ensure the sufficiency, refurbishment, and operation of the support structure and services
Self Study Report of NAAC Re-Assessment – First Cycle
1. Effective community service programs through UBA and Rotaract club & Enhancement in student driven activities – Students Representative Council.
There are various academic and non-academic committees with specific assigned purposes for effective functioning of the institute. Out of many committees, JIT-Rotaract Club for making students aware of social problems. JIT has initiated the campaign to survey the cluster of villages as a participating Institute in ‘Unnat Bharat Abhiyan(UBA)’, a flagship programme of MHRD, Government of India.
JIT has the most active, vibrant and multi-facet Students’ Representative Council. The Students’ Council is called, “Jhulelal Institute of Technology- Students’ Representative Council” (JIT-SRC). The purpose of the SRC is the overall development of students by organizing programs, activities and services which serve the co-curricular, cultural, social, recreational and educational interests of students at the University and Colleges. As per IQAC initiative towards sensitising students for extension activities and improving student driven activities, SRC, NSS and Rotaract club were guided and motivated.
- Reformation in R&D policy to encourage research activities
Due to active initiative from IQAC, JIT’s R&D Policy has been revised in the year 2019-20 to inspire students and faculty members to engage themselves in various research activities by providing financial assistance. Following are few outcomes of the revised R&D policy –
- As per the policy, every year three patents at the college level will be selected, to which the Institute will provide the patent filing amount (fees) after receiving approval from higher authorities. Till now, a total of 16 patents have been filed as a result of this initiative, with six of them being funded by the Institute.
- The Institute has provided financial assistance for copyright registration. Institute holds 21 copyrights in its account as a result of this scheme.
- Paper publication of faculties is improved
- Participation of faculties in FDP and STTP is increased.