Holy Cross College is located in a sylvan setting far removed from the cacophony of city life. Since its inception in the year 1965 it has had resourceful learners and individual thinkers with creative and innovative mindsets. Quality being our mantra, our college is one of the first colleges to offer itself for accreditation by NAAC in 1999 and was accredited at the four star level. As per the directives of NAAC, the IQAC was established in June 2001 as a post accreditation quality sustenance measure, coordinated by Dr. Usha Oman. During the second cycle of accreditation in 2005, the college was conferred the B++ status, under the headship of Dr. Premalatha Lal. In 2013 the college went in for its third cycle of accreditation and was awarded ‘A’ grade status (CGPA 3.34) coordinated by Dr. S. Jesi Isabella. Since the revised Accreditation framework launched by the NAAC, the AQAR and SSR format have also been modified in cognizance with the improved methodology. With the expected parameters, the institution is currently working on the fourth cycle to facilitate the upcoming accreditation, synchronized/ coordinated by Dr. G. Leema Rose. IQAC being the integral part of the institution takes operative measures to improve and sustain the quality in the existing system.
To create quality consciousness in our stakeholders through quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance initiatives.
To evolve mechanisms to promote quality culture in the campus.
To focus on quality enhancement activities and quality sustenance efforts.
To suggest methods for improving academic and administrative transactional systems
To maximize our resources, opportunities and capabilities.
To fix benchmarks as part of the ongoing process towards excellence in education.
Institutionalizing quality measures
Organizing orientation programme for newly recruited faculty
Fixing benchmarks /parameters for teaching learning and research activities of the institution.
Organizing national/ international seminars/workshops/conference on quality enhancement
Initiation and implementation of planning by the departments and student support units
Facilitating learner-centric environment to meet global competency
Conducting Academic Administrative Audit
Ensuring the functioning, adequacy and maintenance of support services and infrastructure.
Documentation of various programmes /activities
Adopting modern pedagogical systems and ICT in the teaching learning process.
Preparation of AQAR and SSR
Release of biannual newsletter