The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of ST PAULS COLLEGE, Bengaluru was instituted with the objective of streamlining the process of NAAC Accreditation and ensuring the highest standards of quality in all facets of the institution’s administration. The IQAC plays a pivotal role in shaping the college’s academic and administrative landscape, and its impact has been felt across all levels of the organization.

At its core, the IQAC is responsible for promoting a culture of excellence within the institution by fostering an environment of continuous improvement. The IQAC collaborates with various stakeholders, including faculty members, students, and administrative staff, to ensure that all processes and procedures are designed to meet the highest standards of quality.

One of the key functions of the IQAC is to develop and implement quality enhancement initiatives that are aligned with the overall goals and objectives of the institution. To this end, the IQAC works closely with other bodies, such as the Governing Council, Administration, Alumni, Industry experts and the staff and student bodies, to ensure that all quality initiatives are in sync with the broader institutional vision.


To create a culture of excellence through chronicling the progress of the institution expending markers of growth with quality enhancement and continuous self-improvement as the cornerstones


To establish quality benchmarks in all aspect of academics and administration. To facilitate an environment of learning and self-improvement and stay abreast with the dynamic academic world

The IQAC also plays a crucial role in the accreditation process, which is a critical milestone for any educational institution. As part of this process, the IQAC conducts a comprehensive self-assessment of the college’s academic and administrative functions and identifies areas for improvement. It also collaborates with NAAC assessors to ensure that the accreditation process is smooth and seamless.

In addition to these key functions, the IQAC also organizes various workshops, seminars, and training programs to enhance the skills and competencies of faculty members and administrative staff. These initiatives are designed to keep the college’s workforce abreast of the latest trends and developments in their respective fields, and to ensure that they are equipped to meet the evolving needs of the institution.

Overall, the IQAC has been instrumental in driving a culture of excellence within St Pauls College, and its impact has been felt across all aspects of the institution’s administration. By collaborating with other bodies and promoting quality enhancement initiatives, the IQAC has helped to establish ST PAULS COLLEGE, Bengaluru as a center of academic excellence that is committed to meeting the highest standards of quality.

  • To develop and implement a focused system of quality assessment and management
  • To play a catalytic role in the development of the institution
  • To initiate quality improvement activities among staff and students
  • To audit, assist and accompany all departments in their day to day processes
  • To streamline activities with the overall mission and vision of the institution and play an active role in shaping and achieving future goals
  • To become a bridge that connects all stakeholders including staff, students, parents, alumni and industry partners in the quality journey
  • Develop quality policy and establish benchmarks for various academic and administrative activities of the college.
  • Create a conducive environment for quality education and effective implementation of curriculum.
  • Set up practices towards thorough documentation and academic audit for quality assurance
  • Evaluate and suggest innovative practices in all aspects of teaching, learning and assessment
  • Promote a culture of research among staff and students
  • Encourage and assist departments to organize seminars, workshops, orientation programs and faculty development programmes.
  • Establish rapport with like-minded institutions and facilitate institutional collaborations
  • Plan, guide and monitor all forms of quality assurance activities that promote academic excellence


Criterion 2  – Teaching Learning & Evaluation

2.2 Student Teacher Ratio

Number of students year wise during the last five years

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
377 289 239 160 77

Number of teaching staff / full time teachers’ year wise during the last five years

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
24 21 18 13 9

Criterion 3  – Research, Innovations & Extension

Criterion 5  – Student Support & Progression

Criterion 6  – Governance Leadership & Management

Criterion 7  – Institutional Values & Best Practices

Self Study Report

Self Study Report, Cycle 1, 2023 View Document

Best Practices

Best Practices 1 View Document
Best Practices 2 View Document

Annual Reports

Annual Report 2021 – 2022 View Document
Annual Report 2020 – 2021 View Document
Annual Report 2019 – 2020 View Document
Annual Report 2018 – 2019 View Document

Institutional Distinctiveness

Institutional Distinctiveness View Document

Perspective Plan

Perspective Plan View Document

Energy Audit

Energy Audit View Document

Environment Audit

Environment Audit View Document

Green Audit

Green Audit View Document

Quality Audit

ISO Certificate View Document
LIC Report View Document

Academic & Administrative Audit

AAA Report View Document
AAA Certificate View Document



Attainment View Document
Course Outcome View Document


Attainment View Document
Course Outcome View Document


Attainment View Document
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Attainment Course in Progress
Course Outcome View Document


Attainment Course in Progress
Course Outcome View Document


Attainment View Document
Course Outcome View Document


IQAC MOM View Document

Student Satisfaction Survey

Student Satisfaction Survey View Document

Annual Strategic Plan

2021 – 2022 View Document
2020 – 2021 View Document
2019 – 2020 View Document
2018 – 2019 View Document
2017 – 2018 View Document

Feedback from Stakeholders

Overview View Document
Action Taken Report View Document
Faculty Feedback View Document
Syllabus Feedback View Document
Analysis of Alumni Feedback View Document
Consolidated Feedback View Document
Overall Analysis View Document