Academics and Research Excellence

Academics and research excellence are two critical components of universities. Academic excellence is defined as the quality of teaching, learning, and scholarship that exists at a university. Research excellence is the quality of the research output, research funding, and impact of research.

Academic excellence is measured through various metrics such as student outcomes, teaching quality, and reputation. Student outcomes refer to the success of students in achieving their academic goals, such as graduation rates and post-graduation employment rates. Teaching quality is assessed through student evaluations and other measures, such as peer assessments of teaching. Reputation is assessed through surveys of academics, employers, and other stakeholders.

At YIASCM, Yenepoya (Deemed-to be) University, we have successfully implemented Outcome-Based Education (OBE) in its extend and spirit. Extensive faculty training and certification of all faculty in OBE is a mandate for all faculty at YIASCM.

To achieve academic and research excellence, universities need to have a supportive academic environment that fosters creativity, innovation, and critical thinking. This environment should include access to state-of-the-art facilities, equipment, and technology. It should also provide opportunities for collaboration among researchers and students from different disciplines and backgrounds.

In addition, we have strong policies and practices in place to ensure academic integrity and ethical research conduct. This includes providing training and resources for researchers on topics such as responsible research conduct, data management, and open science.

Overall, to achieving academic and research excellence, we are commitment to continuous improvement, innovation, and a culture of excellence that values both teaching and research.

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