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AMJC

Welcome to AM Jain College, where education meets excellence. We are thrilled to announce that admissions are now open for the upcoming academic year.

Welcome to Agurchand Manmull Jain College, where education meets excellence. We're thrilled to announce that admissions are now open for the upcoming year.

Welcome to AM Jain College, where education meets excellence. We're thrilled to announce that admissions are now open for the upcoming year

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

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Flow chart of IQAC team structure.

About AMJC – IQAC

The Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Agurchand Manmull Jain College was established as per the recommendations and guidelines of NAAC in 2006. As a post-accreditation quality sustenance measure, the IQAC functions dynamically as an integral part of the institution’s operations.

It aims to create an institution-wide synergy imbibing the collective efforts and considers the feedback from the stakeholders like teaching and non-teaching staff, students, alumni, parents, and others in a challenging environment creating a paradigm shift in the teaching learning process, to enhance and sustain quality in the institution. 

IQAC will focus on the following areas as envisaged by NAAC:

  • Curricular development
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Research and Extension Activities
  • Infrastructure
  • Student Support and Services
  • Governance and Management
  • Innovation and promotion of Best Practices

About AMJC – IQAC

The Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Agurchand Manmull Jain College was established as per the recommendations and guidelines of NAAC in 2006. As a post-accreditation quality sustenance measure, the IQAC functions dynamically as an integral part of the institution’s operations.

It aims to create an institution-wide synergy imbibing the collective efforts and considers the feedback from the stakeholders like teaching and non-teaching staff, students, alumni, parents, and others in a challenging environment creating a paradigm shift in the teaching learning process, to enhance and sustain quality in the institution. 

IQAC will focus on the following areas as envisaged by NAAC:

  • Curricular development
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Research and Extension Activities
  • Infrastructure
  • Student Support and Services
  • Governance and Management
  • Innovation and promotion of Best Practices

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A list of initiatives criterion-wise (year wise)
A page for each criterion that has multiple subsections that can be renamed. Each section should have options for creating and deleting links and buttons. These buttons and links should not be displayed to the public but only for the IQAC team and the links should be provided to the IQAC.
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Minutes and ATR: Two buttons with links to the Minutes section and the ATR section respectively. Each section with buttons with links to pdf documents.

Vision

Mission

  • To foster structured growth and uphold quality through proactive planning.
  • To cultivate an environment conducive to optimal learning and continuous improvement.
  • To ensure the highest standard of education by providing world-class learning ecosystem.
  • To equip our students with the skills to thrive in demanding professional environments across diverse sectors, including Entrepreneurship, Business, Government, Corporate, and Academia.

Vision

Mission

To foster structured growth and uphold quality through proactive planning.

To cultivate an environment conducive to optimal learning and continuous improvement.

To ensure the highest standard of education by providing world-class learning ecosystem.

To equip our students with the skills to thrive in demanding professional environments across diverse sectors, including Entrepreneurship, Business, Government, Corporate, and Academia.

One page content with modifiable images and text.
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A list of initiatives criterion-wise (year wise)
A page for each criterion that has multiple subsections that can be renamed. Each section should have options for creating and deleting links and buttons. These buttons and links should not be displayed to the public but only for the IQAC team and the links should be provided to the IQAC.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
Minutes and ATR: Two buttons with links to the Minutes section and the ATR section respectively. Each section with buttons with links to pdf documents.

IQAC Organisational Structure

Internal Team Structure

Quality Policy

Keeping in line with the principles of Jain philosophy, all our deeds and actions aim at gaining valid knowledge (prama) through valid sources of knowledge (pramana), perception (pratyaksa), inference (anumana) and testimony (shabda)

We are committed to the holistic development of our students by upholding the standards of quality in all aspects of education, research, and service. We assure quality in every dimension towards fostering the development of our learners through a detailed planning process, allotment of resources for various functions, and close interaction with our stakeholders. 

Our commitment to transparency, compliance, and continuous improvement is reflected in our institutional goals, which serve as a guiding framework for excellence.

Institutional Goals
  1. Foster independent thinking among learners thereby empowering them to become nation builders.
  2. Provide affordable quality education to ensure accessibility for all learners. 
  3. Promote development of responsible citizens by nurturing human values, fostering inclusivity, promoting sustainability, advocating for gender equity, and imparting essential life skills to learners.
  4. Facilitate seamless curriculum delivery with modern pedagogies that induce self –learning and life-long learning. 
  5. Create state-of-the-art infrastructure and a technologically advanced learning environment to enrich the educational experience.
  6. Promote dynamic, academic immersive learning, enabling students to acquire 21st-century skills by designing and developing a learner-centric environment. 
  7. Collaborate with Industry experts and organizations to offer domain-specific learning experiences, ensuring effective students’ progression.
  8. Augment learners’ success by upgrading and refining their skills to meet the demands of rapidly evolving world.
  9. Create an ecosystem that nurtures incubation, innovation, research, and consultancy, that leads to the establishment of multidisciplinary centres of excellence.
  10. Commit to maintaining high standards of ethical practices, transparency, and accountability in all operations.

We subject ourselves to both internal and external quality assessments, reporting our accomplishments to stakeholders to facilitate improvement as an ongoing process. 

 

List of Institutional Policies
Sl. No Table of Contents
1 Feedback Policy
2 Research Incentive Policy
3 Maintenance of Physical, Academic and Support facilities
4 Anti Ragging Policy
5 Scholarship Policy
6 Dress Code Policy
7 Leave Policy
8 Finance Support Policy
9 Performance Appraisal
10 Professional Ethics
11 Code of Conduct
12 ERP – E-Governance
13 Staff Attendance Policy
14 Travel and Conveyance Policy
15 Admission
16 Internal Exam Policy (Remedial Class, SOP for Slow Learners) & Examination Policy
17 IT Policy
18 Grievance Redressal Policy
19 POSH Policy
20 Quality Policy
21 Differently Abled Friendly Policy
22 Green Campus Policy
23 Alternate Energy Policy
24 Inclusive Environment
25 Waste Management
26 Water Conservation
27 Anti Sexual Harassment (POSH)
28 Roles & Responsibilities
29 SOP – Organizing Events
30 Value Added courses
Strategic Plan
Focal Areas Short term (2-3 years) Medium term (4-5 years) Long term (10 years)
Institutional Holistic Development To obtain Autonomy status Improve curriculum planning and delivery. Become a self-sustained Institution
To identify faculty with pedagogical potential To organise short term courses, FIP etc Establish Centre for Excellence – Teaching Learning Centre, Centre of Excellence-Finance and Accounting, Banking Services, Centre of Behavioural Sciences, Data Sciences, Indian Languages, Indian Agriculture/Industrial Economics
Upgrade 2 UG departments to PG departments Upgrade 2 more UG Departments to PG Departments. Upgrade 1 PG department into Research department Upgrade 2 more PG departments into Research departments
Bring NIRF ranking within the first 200 Institutions Bring NIRF ranking within the first 100 Institutions. Improve NIRF ranking thereby become the most sought-after Institution
Provide opportunities to students so that 10% of them become entrepreneurs during their period of study Organise programmes on innovation and creativity and establishing start- ups. Spin off 5 start-ups
Widen scope of Extension activities Establish Incubation Centre
Organise more social outreach programmes
Adopt a village
Infrastructure Provide Wi-Fi for students Construct a large auditorium with the capacity of 2,500 Establish E-content laboratory for recording Upgrade to AC staffrooms and classrooms
Establish World class cricket academy and International Badminton court Upgrading to a sprawling 25,000 sq.ft sports complex for Sqaush, Pickleball Construct a Staff guest house
Set up a unique, one of its kind Food court- offering nutritious organic food Establish a Newsroom, News channel and a Recording room for departments of Visual Communication and Electronic Media in 40,000 sq.ft.Install Gymnasium
Faculty Increase the percentage of fully qualified staff (PhD/NET/SET)from 80% to 90% Increase incentives for faculty upgradation Initiate Faculty Exchange programmes Introduce Faculty sabbatical in industry.
Department Increase number of Research papers at least 1 per faculty Usher in R&D funded projects, industrial consultancy Establish in house R&D
Encourage students’ participation in National & International sports Sign more Department specific MOUs. Start a Journal
Students career development Ensure 50% or more students enroll for Value- Added, Add-on and Certificate courses every semester / year by introducing skill-based courses. Introduce foreign language coaching,thereby attracting foreign students. Initiate Students Exchange Programme
Show improvement in results from 70% to 85% Sign more MOUs with foreign universities
Increase Placement from 17% to 20%Provide training for competitive exams Introduce Digital evaluation of examination papers
Increase the number of students opting for Higher studies from 700 to 1050 Increase Placement from 20% to 40% Increase Placement from 40% and above.
Alumni Strengthen alumni involvement in activities Launch Alumni Endowment funds Collaborate with Alumni for academic and co-curricular initiatives.
Quality Initiatives

Quality Policy

Keeping in line with the principles of Jain philosophy, all our deeds and actions aim at gaining valid knowledge (prama) through valid sources of knowledge (pramana), perception (pratyaksa), inference (anumana) and testimony (shabda). 

We are committed to the holistic development of our students by upholding the standards of quality in all aspects of education, research, and service. We assure quality in every dimension towards fostering the development of our learners through a detailed planning process, allotment of resources for various functions, and close interaction with our stakeholders. 

Our commitment to transparency, compliance, and continuous improvement is reflected in our institutional goals, which serve as a guiding framework for excellence.

Institutional Goals

INSTITUTIONAL GOALS

  1. Foster independent thinking among learners thereby empowering them to become nation builders.
  2. Provide affordable quality education to ensure accessibility for all learners. 
  3. Promote development of responsible citizens by nurturing human values, fostering inclusivity, promoting sustainability, advocating for gender equity, and imparting essential life skills to learners.
  4. Facilitate seamless curriculum delivery with modern pedagogies that induce self –learning and life-long learning. 
  5. Create state-of-the-art infrastructure and a technologically advanced learning environment to enrich the educational experience.
  6. Promote dynamic, academic immersive learning, enabling students to acquire 21st-century skills by designing and developing a learner-centric environment. 
  7. Collaborate with Industry experts and organizations to offer domain-specific learning experiences, ensuring effective students’ progression.
  8. Augment learners’ success by upgrading and refining their skills to meet the demands of rapidly evolving world.
  9. Create an ecosystem that nurtures incubation, innovation, research, and consultancy, that leads to the establishment of multidisciplinary centres of excellence.
  10. Commit to maintaining high standards of ethical practices, transparency, and accountability in all operations.

We subject ourselves to both internal and external quality assessments, reporting our accomplishments to stakeholders to facilitate improvement as an ongoing process. 

Institutional Policy Scrutiny Committee
List of Institutional Policies
Sl. No Table of Contents
1 Feedback Policy
2 Research Incentive Policy
3 Maintenance of Physical, Academic and Support facilities
4 Anti Ragging Policy
5 Scholarship Policy
6 Dress Code Policy
7 Leave Policy
8 Finance Support Policy
9 Performance Appraisal
10 Professional Ethics
11 Code of Conduct
12 ERP – E-Governance
13 Staff Attendance Policy
14 Travel and Conveyance Policy
15 Admission
16 Internal Exam Policy (Remedial Class, SOP for Slow Learners) & Examination Policy
17 IT Policy
18 Grievance Redressal Policy
19 POSH Policy
20 Quality Policy
21 Differently Abled Friendly Policy
22 Green Campus Policy
23 Alternate Energy Policy
24 Inclusive Environment
25 Waste Management
26 Water Conservation
27 Anti Sexual Harassment (POSH)
28 Roles & Responsibilities
29 SOP – Organizing Events
30 Value Added courses
Strategic Plan
Focal Areas Short term (2-3 years) Medium term (4-5 years) Long term (10 years)
Institutional Holistic Development To obtain Autonomy status Improve curriculum planning and delivery. Become a self-sustained Institution
To identify faculty with pedagogical potential To organise short term courses, FIP etc Establish Centre for Excellence – Teaching Learning Centre, Centre of Excellence-Finance and Accounting, Banking Services, Centre of Behavioural Sciences, Data Sciences, Indian Languages, Indian Agriculture/Industrial Economics
Upgrade 2 UG departments to PG departments Upgrade 2 more UG Departments to PG Departments. Upgrade 1 PG department into Research department Upgrade 2 more PG departments into Research departments
Bring NIRF ranking within the first 200 Institutions Bring NIRF ranking within the first 100 Institutions. Improve NIRF ranking thereby become the most sought-after Institution
Provide opportunities to students so that 10% of them become entrepreneurs during their period of study Organise programmes on innovation and creativity and establishing start- ups. Spin off 5 start-ups
Widen scope of Extension activities Establish Incubation Centre
Organise more social outreach programmes
Adopt a village
Infrastructure Provide Wi-Fi for students Construct a large auditorium with the capacity of 2,500 Establish E-content laboratory for recording Upgrade to AC staffrooms and classrooms
Establish World class cricket academy and International Badminton court Upgrading to a sprawling 25,000 sq.ft sports complex for Sqaush, Pickleball Construct a Staff guest house
Set up a unique, one of its kind Food court- offering nutritious organic food Establish a Newsroom, News channel and a Recording room for departments of Visual Communication and Electronic Media in 40,000 sq.ft.Install Gymnasium
Faculty Increase the percentage of fully qualified staff (PhD/NET/SET)from 80% to 90% Increase incentives for faculty upgradation Initiate Faculty Exchange programmes Introduce Faculty sabbatical in industry.
Department Increase number of Research papers at least 1 per faculty Usher in R&D funded projects, industrial consultancy Establish in house R&D
Encourage students’ participation in National & International sports Sign more Department specific MOUs. Start a Journal
Students career development Ensure 50% or more students enroll for Value- Added, Add-on and Certificate courses every semester / year by introducing skill-based courses. Introduce foreign language coaching,thereby attracting foreign students. Initiate Students Exchange Programme
Show improvement in results from 70% to 85% Sign more MOUs with foreign universities
Increase Placement from 17% to 20%Provide training for competitive exams Introduce Digital evaluation of examination papers
Increase the number of students opting for Higher studies from 700 to 1050 Increase Placement from 20% to 40% Increase Placement from 40% and above.
Alumni Strengthen alumni involvement in activities Launch Alumni Endowment funds Collaborate with Alumni for academic and co-curricular initiatives.
Quality Initiatives

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One page content with modifiable images and text.
A list of initiatives criterion-wise (year wise)
A page for each criterion that has multiple subsections that can be renamed. Each section should have options for creating and deleting links and buttons. These buttons and links should not be displayed to the public but only for the IQAC team and the links should be provided to the IQAC.
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Minutes and ATR: Two buttons with links to the Minutes section and the ATR section respectively. Each section with buttons with links to pdf documents.

One page content with modifiable images and text.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
A list of initiatives criterion-wise (year wise)
A page for each criterion that has multiple subsections that can be renamed. Each section should have options for creating and deleting links and buttons. These buttons and links should not be displayed to the public but only for the IQAC team and the links should be provided to the IQAC.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
Minutes and ATR: Two buttons with links to the Minutes section and the ATR section respectively. Each section with buttons with links to pdf documents.

One page content with modifiable images and text.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
A list of initiatives criterion-wise (year wise)
A page for each criterion that has multiple subsections that can be renamed. Each section should have options for creating and deleting links and buttons. These buttons and links should not be displayed to the public but only for the IQAC team and the links should be provided to the IQAC.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
Minutes and ATR: Two buttons with links to the Minutes section and the ATR section respectively. Each section with buttons with links to pdf documents.

One page content with modifiable images and text.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
A list of initiatives criterion-wise (year wise)
A page for each criterion that has multiple subsections that can be renamed. Each section should have options for creating and deleting links and buttons. These buttons and links should not be displayed to the public but only for the IQAC team and the links should be provided to the IQAC.
One page content with modifiable images and text.
Minutes and ATR: Two buttons with links to the Minutes section and the ATR section respectively. Each section with buttons with links to pdf documents.