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Internal Quality Assurance cell (IQAC)
One of the emerging challenges faced by any higher educational institution is the development, application and maintenance of quality benchmarks in all its key performance areas. To institutionalize the process of quality sustenance and enhancement, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has been established in our campus. The IQAC is a nodal agency of our campus for ushering in the era of total quality management by working out intervention strategies to enhance overall quality in the institution. The Cell has been established for performance evaluation, assessment and accreditation and quality up gradation of institutions of higher education. Since quality enhancement is a continuous process, the IQAC will become a part of an institution’s system and work towards realizing the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance. The prime task of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic improvement in the performance of institutions. The IQAC will make a significant and meaningful contribution in the post-accreditation phase of institutions. During the post-accreditation period, the IQAC will channelize the efforts and measures of an institution towards academic excellence.
Entrepreneurship Development Cell
A separate Cell for ‘Entrepreneurship Development (EDP)’ has been established in our College. EDC has organised many programmes for third and Final Year B.E. students. The EDP Cell is an initiative, of the young minds at this institution, headed for this situation that demands individuals to come up with their own innovative ideas and their own entrepreneurial ventures.
The main objective of this cell is to train and motivate the Science and Technology (S&T) persons to become Job Creators rather than Job Seekers. The objectives of EDP Cell are:
To inculcate the entrepreneurial culture into their minds.
To conduct
Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps (EAC)
Entrepreneurship Development Programs (EDP)
Faculty Development programs (FDP)
Skill development programs (SDP)
To assist them in starting industries of their own right from
Product Identification (PI)
Market Survey, tools for market research
Preparation of Project Reports
Assist them in getting Technical feasibility Reports
Women in Development Cell
Women historically have been under presented in scientific and technical fields. Protests against the treatment of women began during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Originally it focused on the promotion of equal contract and property rights for women. However by the end of nineteenth century women development focused on gaining education, political power and equal rights.
To set the fire of ‘the desire to win’ in young women’s hearts, RVS formally inaugurated her Women in Development cell in 2014. It has begun its mission to promote and support the advancement of women in the professional fields. It seeks to empower women as decision maker, to achieve economic, social and gender justice, a healthy, peaceful planet.
The Cell plans to organize lectures and interactive sessions with experts in different fields, create awareness about all the important issues, hold group discussions on different relevant topics. The WID also aims at introducing the history of successful women which will give a feeling of pride in our heritage and ammunition to fight prejudice as we strive for real equity and opportunity.
Any unwelcome sexually determined behavior (physical, verbal or any other form) which violates a women's dignity and interferes with her ability to operate freely at work. Harassment would also include gender based discriminatory behavior.
Any woman employee academic/ non-academic (including contractual, casual and temporary) or female student of our college.
The person concerned can personally approach/ telephone/ write/ e-mail any member of the Cell. Alternatively, e-mail can be sent to The name of the complainant will be kept CONFIDENTIAL.
Women Development Cell In charge:
Mrs. A. Sridevi M.A., M.Phil. (Ph.D.)
AP & Head, English, RVSETGI, Dindigul -5
Centre for Value Added Courses (CVAC)
The Value Added Courses aim to provide additional learner centric graded skill oriented technical training, with the primary objective of improving the employability skills of engineering students of MCET. The main objectives of the program are:
To provide students an understanding of the expectations of industry.
To improve employability skills of engineering students.
To bridge the skill gaps and make students industry ready.
To provide an opportunity to students to develop inter-disciplinary skills.
The strategy adopted tries to bridge the perceived technical competency gaps of students by providing training in employability enhancing technical subjects through mandatory noncredit courses. In addition to this, other value added education courses that will further improve the employability prospects of the students are offered outside regular contact hours on optional basis.
CVAC is established in RVS in collaboration with industry leaders are used, in addition to the infrastructure and lab facilities available in the Departments, for conducting these employability enhancing Courses. The Courses focus on skill development and more than 50% of the time is spent on practical training and problem solving, to provide the requisite understanding towards application of academic topics from engineering disciplines into real world engineering projects.

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