Institutional Effectiveness In Education

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Institutional effectiveness is the systematic and ongoing process of collecting, analyzing and acting on data and information relating to the goals and outcomes developed to support the higher educational institutions mission and purpose. Institutional effectiveness is oriented towards measuring the performance and using those performances to aid in decision-making and improvement. Institutional effectiveness is a cyclical process in which continuous improvements and refinements on goals and methods are planned in a continuous basis. The institutions of higher education in India are in need of infusion of quality and clarity on the approach of building world-class educational institutions in the Indian context and environment. New benchmarks…show more content…
Institutional ranking is a global practice and its need has been felt by various countries for various purposes like : Funding decisions, Accountability of institutions to stake holders, Encouraging self improvement initiatives by institutions, and quality assurance of educational programme. The institution which gets better rank in ranking process will come to know its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges, will get a sense of direction and identity, will provide society with reliable information on quality of education offered, and get opportunity to collaborate with similar higher educational institutions in…show more content…
These parameters with internal weightage is given by :
1. University Exam Performance - 50 % internal weightage.
2. Competitive Examination: - 50 % internal weightage.
(iv) Outreach and Inclusivity :
This criteria has 15% overall weightage with two parameters. These parameters with internal weightage is given by :
1. Continuing Education, Services – 25 % internal weightage.
2. Percentage of Students from Other States & Countries – 25 % internal weightage.
3. Percentage of Women Students and Faculty – 20 % internal weightage.
4. Percentage of Economically and Socially Disadvantaged Students – 20 % internal weightage.
5. Facilities for Differently Abled Persons – 10 % internal weightage.
(i) Perception :
This criteria has 10% overall weightage with two parameters. These parameters with internal weightage is given by :
1. Process for Peer Rating in Category (Brand) – 50 % internal weightage.
2. Application to Seat Ratio - 50 % internal weightage.

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