The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of NIMIT was established in Oct 2017 and has become life blood of the entire institution’s quality framework. The IQAC branch out towards realizing the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance in every area of the institution. NIMT IQAC has developed a conscious, consistent and catalytic movement by creating policies, systems, mechanisms and procedures to ensure that the objectives of NAAC are used in meaningful ways towards channelizing efforts and measures towards educational outcomes.
NIMIT IQAC facilitates all quality-related activities by developing, implementing and measuring all the activities in an organized format which is well documented and discussed. The IQAC thus works to enhance, integrate, and ensures the adoption and dissemination of good practices in all that we do. The IQAC conducts, routine internal and external Audits of academic and administrative departments, thus promotes good governance through Transparency, Responsiveness, Consensus Oriented, Equity and Inclusiveness, Effectiveness and Efficiency, Accountability, and responsibility, with internal and external stakeholders. All these activities foster healthy competition among departments and sharing of good practices.
The IQAC thus coordinates the process of evaluating the syllabus and creates a progressive curriculum including certificate and diploma courses according to the demands of the market. An effective feedback mechanism collects feedback from the different stakeholders and monitor the quality and efficacy of the policies and processes of the institution.
Apart from providing a culture of quality in higher education, the NIMIT IQAC also organizes workshops and seminars on quality-related issues and themes to promote a culture of quality to surrounding peer institutions. Our faculty members participate in workshops and seminar conducted by NAAC as well as offer Institutional mentoring to support colleges, facing quality challenges. Our IQAC team conducts institutional mentoring program in 2 program models, a one-to-one model and a collaborative model, for helping our peer institutions which incorporates training and technical assistance.