AAA Peer Team visits Salesian College of Higher Education

Academic and Administrative Audit, Directorate of Higher Education, Dimapur Peer team visited Salesian College of Higher Education on June 17.

Academic and Administrative Audit, Directorate of Higher Education, Dimapur Peer team visited Salesian College of Higher Education on June 17.

Dimapur, June 17 (MExN): Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA), Directorate of Higher Education,  Dimapur Peer team visited Salesian College of Higher Education on June 17. 

The members the team were Convener Dr Watijungshi Jamir, Retd Additional Director, Higher Education, and members including Dr RK Behera, Vice Principal, MGM College, Dr Thepfuvilie Pieru, Principal, Patkai Christian College (A). 

The AAA team conducted comprehensive review of the college’s academic and administrative functions, to ensure that the institution adheres to the highest standards of quality education and effective administration. 

The audit aimed to provide constructive feedback for continuous improvement and to highlight the strengths
Principal, Fr Dr Paul Punii SDB presented developmental and administrative activities of the college of the past years. It provided an overview of the institution’s progress and strategic initiatives.

IQAC coordinator, Sr Mercy Philip MSMHC, presented detailed account of quality initiatives undertaken by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC). The presentation highlighted various measures implemented to enhance the academic and administrative standards of the college.

Each department presented their respective reports, showcasing departmental activities, achievements and future plans. 
These presentations included a comprehensive review of syllabi and other related academic matters. 

The peer team engaged actively, offering occasional comments, observations, and suggestions, fostering a constructive dialogue aimed at fostering excellence.

The peer team also held interaction with the students, gaining valuable insights into their experiences and expectations. 

This was followed by a session with the non-teaching staff, providing a platform for discussing administrative support and staff welfare. The programme included a lunch where the teachers, non-teaching staff, and the peer team members had the opportunity to interact informally, strengthening the sense of community and collaboration within the institution.

The peer team undertook a tour to the campus and inspected the infrastructure, gaining a first-hand understanding of the facilities available to students and staff. 

The tour highlighted college’s commitment to providing a conducive learning environment. 

In the final segment, the peer team shared recommendations, suggestions, and observations, providing feedback for the institution’s improvement. 

Vote of thanks was pronounced by the Principal.