QAA Division

Mid-Western University (MWU) is an autonomous public higher education institution established by the Government of Nepal in 2010. It has a mission to serve the people of Nepal and enrich global learning community by extending the advantages of higher education in much deprived areas of the country. The University is dedicated to become "the Centre of Excellence" in teaching-learning, research and innovation and policy advocacy. Its primary goal is to set up a culture of inquiry-based learning in the country.

The University is strongly committed to impart quality education. For this, the institution has made a mandatory provision of having in place four tiers of quality assurance structural mechanism: the Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) at the central level, Quality Assurance Sub-Committee (QASC) at faculty level, Internal Quality Assurance Committee (IQAC) at the campus or institution level, and Self-Assessment Team (SAT) at the campus and program level to govern quality assurance, research, innovation, advocacy and publication related matters. In order to coordinate all the four tiers of QAA mechanism at the Institution, Quality Assurance and Accreditation Division (QAAD) has been established at the University.

In this respect, following the guidelines of University Grants Commission Nepal (UGC), MWU prioritizes on harmonizing following eight generic criteria for effective QAA system as stated in Policy and Guidelines on Quality Assurance-2019 of Mid-Western University:

a. QAA policy, procedures and good governance in place,

b. Transformation and continuous improvement of curricular aspects,

c. Quality teaching-learning and evaluation system,

d. Continuous conduction of research, innovation and community and industry extension activities,

e. Development and transformation of university-wide infrastructure and teaching-learning resourcefulness,

f. Student-centered support, guidance, development and promotion activities,

g. University-wide information system in place, and

h. Having provision of effective information system. 

 

Strategic Vision and Mission Statement of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Division

Vision

Mid-Western University Quality Assurance and Accreditation Division (QAAD) aims to harmonize quality with universal relevance of its service delivery.

Mission

The mission of Mid-Western University Quality Assurance and Accreditation Division (QAAD) is to help the University in strengthening institutions, human resources, processes and technologies for effective design, delivery, evaluation and conformance of quality.

Objectives

Mid-Western University (MWU) is an autonomous public higher education institution established by the Government of Nepal in 2010. It has a mission to serve the people of Nepal and enrich global learning community by extending the advantages of higher education in much deprived areas of the country. The University is dedicated to become "the Centre of Excellence" in teaching-learning, research and innovation and policy advocacy. Its primary goal is to set up a culture of inquiry-based learning in the country.

The University is strongly committed to impart quality education. For this, the institution has made a mandatory provision of having in place four tiers of quality assurance structural mechanism: the Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) at the central level, Quality Assurance Sub-Committee (QASC) at faculty level, Internal Quality Assurance Committee (IQAC) at the campus or institution level, and Self-Assessment Team (SAT) at the campus and program level to govern quality assurance, research, innovation, advocacy and publication related matters. In order to coordinate all the four tiers of QAA mechanism at the Institution, Quality Assurance and Accreditation Division (QAAD) has been established at the University.

In this respect, following the guidelines of University Grants Commission Nepal (UGC), MWU prioritizes on harmonizing following eight generic criteria for effective QAA system as stated in Policy and Guidelines on Quality Assurance-2019 of Mid-Western University:

a. QAA policy, procedures and good governance in place,

b. Transformation and continuous improvement of curricular aspects,

c. Quality teaching-learning and evaluation system,

d. Continuous conduction of research, innovation and community and industry extension activities,

e. Development and transformation of university-wide infrastructure and teaching-learning resourcefulness,

f. Student-centered support, guidance, development and promotion activities,

g. University-wide information system in place, and

h. Having provision of effective information system.