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1 ‘Common observations’ By TISS-RUSA TSG Avadh Bihari & Priyanka Korde

2 Consolidating observations Vision, Mission, Goals, Objectives: conceptual clarity Executive Summary: should be 1-2 pages, needs to cover each point of IDP briefly with each heading Furnish Approval number: instead of year of establishment, or leaving it blank and enclose copy Academic Information: RUSA format to be followed Provide data for year Sanctioned Intake annually- cover all quotas Accreditation NAAC/ NBA: If yes/ no/ under process, give details Faculty Status: RUSA format to be followed 2+2 = 4 only All faculty information

3 An eye for detail… Baseline Data: Base year should be Exactness: Specific number or zero Not average, Not nil, NA=Not Applicable Format of table to be as per RUSA Guidelines – Not to be changed/ modified/ deleted Transition Rate: Not averages, specific numbers Student-Teacher Ratio: Important to give exact ratio

4 Methodology - step-wise, detailed, pictorally represented (eg. flow charts), not minuted format Multi-Stakeholder ApproachProcess of SWOT analysis to be givenSWOT analysis - lead to General & Specific objectives Linkage of SWOT: Key activities – objectives – expected outcomes – relevant SWOT Key points: Not contradictory, make sense, strategic wording

5 Action Plans Cover all points as per Guidelines and prepare very pin- pointed plans Brief write-up preceding detailed plan under each point as justification Mention Needs analysis/ assessment done prior to preparation of Action plan (enclose reports/ documents in annexure) List out ‘Activities’ – Projectivise in calendar-months Need identification as an activity in the plan should be specific to the course, not generic to plan entire component General explanation of concepts not required eg. Language labs, pedagogy, etc. Action Plans – Point 5 to 8 as per Guidelines to be covered

6 Training Needs Analysis TNA Action Plan in detail responding to: What do you propose to do? What will it contain? Components? How will you do it? Who can do it for you? Who will benefit/ undergo the training? Faculty details and profiles What will they learn? How will it improve the quality of education? Expected outcomes? Action Plans, numbers, costing, topics – List everything

7 Concrete steps for IDP Relevance/ Coherence of IDP with State economic development plan: Link IDP goals to achieve access, equity, excellence of Institute to improvement of state development – descriptive format Participation of dept./ faculty in IDP Preparation & Implementation: Steps should be given of their involvement with clarity Institutional Project Implementation: Give a concrete plan and framework of implementing it Institutional Project Budget: RUSA format to be followed Additionally, provide budget with component-wise planning Action Plan for ensuring projects’ sustainability – max. one page Annexure – Provide “evidence”, needs assessment reports, proposals, additional information on action plans, detailed budgets, justification to support plans Language coherence: Appropriateness, spellings, grammar Not philosophocal or preachy; but precise and pin-pointed

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