IQAC at St. Edmund’s College was constituted in June 2004 soon after the initial accreditation by NAAC. The First Accreditation was done in the year 2004 where it was graded “A” with a score of 87.5 and subsequently in 2009 the college was re-accredited and was graded ‘A’ with CGPA of 3.08. The third cycle of accredidation was done in 2019 and the grade awarded by NAAC was B++ with a CGPA of 2.90
One of the major challenges of the IQAC is quality sustenance of the institution. It has channelized various efforts and measures towards the holistic development of the college. In the post accreditation scenario, it played a crucial role in the implementation of the recommendations of Exit Report of the NAAC Peer Team in the college besides looking at the overall quality development of the college.
The IQAC oversees the quality sustenance measures of the college. The IQAC coordinates in organising faculty development programmes like seminars & workshops in the college. It also encourages faculty members to attend refresher and orientation courses as part of the preparation for their career advancement.
The IQAC organises training and orientation for the associate staff (non-teaching) on topics ranging from campus maintenance and cleanliness to laboratory maintenance and office management. It also coordinates in student’s progression and activities. The IQAC coordinates in preparation of all departmental reports and magazines. The IQAC is chiefly responsible in ensuring the implementation of the career advancement scheme of the faculty through organizing screening/placement meetings in collaboration with the affiliating university and the state government.