Academic Audit

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  • One subject expert (ACADEMIC) nominated by the Director on the recommendation of the Head of concerned Department.
    • Experts should be from (i) IISc / IITs / NITs / other reputed academic Institutions.
  • The purpose of an academic audit is to encourage departments or programs to evaluate their “education quality processes” – the key faculty activities required to produce, assure, and regularly improve the quality of teaching and learning.
  • Cycle test and end semester question papers, and end semester answer scripts will be audited. Two copies of the academic audit report in this format (https://www.nitt.edu/home/academics/formats/5.Academic-Audit-Report.pdf ) have to be submitted to the Dean (Academic) office by HoDs.
  • Each expert will audit ten / twelve subjects; five / six in the morning and five / six in the afternoon. Minimum of three answer scripts (one high score, one average score and one low score) will be audited for each subject.
  • More guidelines and info can be found on the given link https://www.nitt.edu/home/academics/formats/1.Guidelines-for-Academic-Audit.pdf.