International Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business SystemsInternational Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business SystemsInternational Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business SystemsInternational Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business SystemsISSN (Online) : 2230ISSN (Online) : 2230ISSN (Online) : 2230ISSN (Online) : 2230----8849884988498849
Vol. 1 Issue 2 January 2011
officers of various industrial units of the region so theyare able to co-relate theory to practice / application.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC):
Someprofessional institutes, as a part of accreditation haveformed an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) topromote the core values of higher education by puttingin all round efforts of both the
teaching and non-teachingstaff to provide quality education to the students.
Technology up gradation and adaptation:
Theprofessional institutes must ensure that students haveeffective learning in each class. Each of the classroomsneeds to be provided with the facility for audio visualpresentation, 12hrs Internet facility, well-equippedcomputer laboratory that provides one computer to eachstudent with advanced software, with backup facility.
Well Equipped Library
Well equipped library with access to national andinternational journals, Periodicals and books.
Presentations with LCD Projector:
The presentationswith the help of PowerPoint and presented using a LCDprojector should be a common feature with the teachers.On the whole the students should be encouraged tomake use of computers, multi media equipment, Internet,etc.
Placements & Alumni.
The standard of a B-school/management institutedepends on the quality of the programme offered, whichis best judged by the acceptance from the industry. Theindustry today is on the lookout for products of B-schools who are employable, hence training andplacement in an important indicator of performance of aB-school.
This study uses qualitative and quantitative methodsto measure the performance of the institutes. Qualitativeresearch focuses on gaining meaning and insight intothe area of interest. Quantitative method usestechniques that gather measurable data suggested byRubin (1995)Statistical analysis is a mix of qualitative andquantitative approaches. Questionnaire was chosen asthe research instrument to gather the required data andinformation.Performance Measurement Statistics The study hasset KeyPerformance Indicators and respective selectedmeasures or metrics as below.
Teaching LoadTeaching EvaluationQuality of Teaching
Teachers &Teaching QualityStudent’s satisfactionNo. of papers presented at – International conferencesNo of paper presented – National conferencesNo of published papers-International JournalsNo of published papers-National Journals
ResearchPublicationsBooks publishedInstitute-Industry interaction
ConsultancyNo. of Research andConsultancy projectsundertakenInstructional Area
InfrastructureComputing facilityTechnology Upgradataion &Adaptation
Innovative andBest PracticesIndustrial Exposure Campus Interviews
Placements &AlumniAlumni Association & Activities
A questionnaire was prepared and distributed to theselected professional management institutes and therequired was collected. Information was also collectedthrough interviews with respective heads of theinstitutes’.Each KPI consists of several operational indicatorswhich are rated on a 5 point Likert scale such as