Principles of Quality Assurance

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Principles of Quality Assurance
« on: March 15, 2018, 04:59:30 PM »
1. Responsibility: Higher education institution is primarily responsible for quality pledge in education through quality assurance system.
2. Spotlight: Quality assurance system should highlight on safeguarding the interests of the major stakeholders.

3. Contribution: The process of education need to be ensured who are contributed with clearly assigned responsibilities for quality assurance.
4. Purpose: Quality assurance is not only to prove anything but need to be improved.

5. Continuity: Quality assurance is a dynamic and continuous process to achieve goals.

6. Commitment: Commitment is a very essential fact and it is continuous process to improvement.

7. Organized effort: Quality assurance practices need to be initiated and managed under a structured organization.

8. Flexibility: Quality assurance needs to flexible enough to accept from a variety of internal and external constituencies.

9. Transparency:  Quality assurance must be transparent in all aspects of its activities including the academic and financial matters. 
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Re: Principles of Quality Assurance
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2018, 12:09:36 PM »
It was very informative. Nice post.
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Department of CSE