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Institutional Development Plan

The sole aim of the University is to work towards sustainable excellence in global standards of academia, technology-centric learning, robust research ecosystem, institutional distinctiveness, and harmonious social diversity. The University endeavours to enlighten and empower humanity by nurturing future leaders and change agents for universal development and societal transformation. In order to fulfil its Vision and Mission, the University has developed its institutional strategic plan.

The plan has been formed after exhaustive brain-storming with the various heads and the authorities of the institution. The strategic plan aims at coalescing its various schools and administrative units, in order to navigate them towards holistic and sustainable development. 

The University is committed to fostering a holistic ethical organizational culture. It recognises the importance of upholding fundamental values such as diversity, honesty, respect, and fairness in all aspects of operations. Through continuous communication, training, and reinforcement, the university strives to empower every member of our organization to embody these values in their interactions with colleagues, students and other stakeholders and the wider community.


  1. Develop and implement comprehensive training programs to educate all employees about the organization’s ethical values, including diversity, honesty, respect, and fairness.
  2. Establish clear channels for employees to report ethical concerns or violations, ensuring anonymity and protection from retaliation.
  3. Foster a culture of open communication and collaboration, where employees feel empowered to raise ethical dilemmas and engage in constructive dialogue to resolve them.
  4. Integrate ethical considerations into decision-making processes at all levels of the organization, ensuring that ethical values are prioritized alongside financial and operational objectives.
  5. Regularly review and update the organization’s strategic documents to reflect evolving ethical challenges and opportunities, ensuring alignment with best practices and industry standards.


  • Ensuring effective implementation of NEP 2020
  • Building digital capacities of each student enrolled in the campus to improve employability
  • Promoting productive use of University LMS ‘Gyan Sanchay’ by students across various disciplines 
  • Making provision for MOOC/ online courses besides offline courses in the curriculum across different programmes
  • Building a corpus to provide financial support to research scholars for publications and conferences
  • Encouraging the faculty members to make productive use of technological infrastructure 
  • Inspiring and supporting the faculty members towards quality publications and participation in more FDP’s and workshops in the near future 
  • Motivating the faculty members to float more Value- Added Courses and also to organize seminars, webinars, and workshops pertaining to their academia. 
  • Introducing OMR based examination in certain courses to expedite the evaluation process. 
  • Promoting experiential learning by inducting adjunct faculty members from industry
  • Attracting top quality academicians for regular faculty appointments 
  • Revising the Curriculum as per the global standards 
  • Enriching and empowering the University’s Innovation and Incubation Centre to promote entrepreneurship among students. 


  • Establishing at least one Chair in each School
  • Introducing certificate courses under vocational skill development program
  • Considerable enhancement in research funding through linkages with alumni and industry 
  • Creating International Centre for attracting international student and faculty 
  • Establishing interdisciplinary centres of learning for generating student appreciation for different domains of study
  • Holistic digitalization of academic and research- oriented work 
  • Attracting international students
  • Promoting student diversity, equity and inclusion of SEDGs
  • Focus on establishing adult education centres for undertaking social responsibility



  • Restructuring of administrative departments for effective use of staff and other resources
  • Infusion of ICT in all aspects of administrative work with e- office setup for removing bureaucratic hurdles
  • Decentralization of administrative and financial work by giving required autonomy to academic departments  
  • Reinforcement of Library Automation and Digitization
  • Development of Museum.
  • Training of the faculty members towards optimum utilization of recently installed interactive boards besides developing other digital capacities
  • Enhancement of contribution by the Internship & Placement cell
  • Increased production and use of solar energy 
  • Move towards paper-less administrative set-up
  • Mentoring of affiliated colleges for quality enhancement and NAAC accreditation


  • Enhancing partnership with industries for more funding 
  • Ascertaining more MOUs with industries and other academic institutions for maximising collaborative learning  
  • Ensuring University-Alumni collaboration and build a Corpus for endowments to ensure funding and resource generation 
  • Delegating financial powers to HODs and Deans with accountability and ownership for routine expenses in the departments
  • Ensuring timely follow-up actions after policy formulation by University administrative bodies such as Executive council, Academic council and examination committee
  • Empowering committees such as grievance redressal committee, student council, proctorial board, internal complaint committee, student welfare and counselling committee and others for better management of day-to-day affairs



  • Enhancing the infrastructure for the differently-abled, including lavatory facilities  
  • Constructing more campus residences for facilitating teachers appointed from distant places
  • Renovation of the employee and faculty residences for upliftment of basic facilities  
  • Renovation of administrative building and other administrative facilities to make them ergonomically adaptive 
  • Refurbishment of Laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment and development of additional Central Instrumentation facility 
  • Developing adequate facilities for accommodating new academic programmes introduced every year
  • Developing a self-sufficient shopping complex to cater to everyday needs of students and teachers residing in the campus
  • Establishing Multidisciplinary Research Centre for promotion of interdisciplinary research  


  • Improving networking facilities for effective utilisation of digital facilities 
  • Augmentation of the Health facilities at the University Health Centre 
  • Expansion of residential facilities for students on the campus
  • Expansion, implementation and maintenance of an effective waste and e waste management programme across all campus facilities
  • Expansion of Innovation and Incubation Cell to create physical spaces for incubation of startups