AISAT Alumni Association
AISAT Alumni Association (AAA) initiated in June 2016 is a non-profit independent society formed for alumni of Albertian Institute of Science & Technology which aims to provide a platform through which the alumni, staff, faculty, and students of AISAT can interact with each other for mutual benefit. AAA facilitates and inspires alumni to contribute towards improvements in the status of AISAT in academics, infrastructure, and industry interactions.
Anti Ragging Committee
Ragging is a criminal offence as per the Supreme Court verdict of 2009 and this Institution has taken following precautions to prevent ragging.
- Anti-ragging campaign-by displaying logos at different locations of the campus.
- Effective monitoring by anti-ragging committee/ cell of any incident of ragging
Grievance Redressal Committee
Grievance Redressal Committee at AISAT has been reconstituted as per the AICTE notification, with the objective of resolving the grievances of students, parents and others. The committee comprises of following members. The Students’ Grievance cell has been formed in order to keep a healthy working atmosphere among the students and staff. This cell looks into the complaints related to academics, resources and also personal grievances lodged by the students and tries to find solutions. Grievance boxes are placed in prominent places and periodically checked. Grievances may also be sent through e-mail to the officer in-charge of the Students’ Grievance Cell or to the Principal.
Internal Complaints Committee
Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) envisaged to protect the privileges of women and curb any sexual harassments occurring against them. With a mindfulness being made by the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013, ICC will address any such offense or complaints with strict corrective activities which will be at standard with those issued in the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition And Redressal) Act, 2013 distributed in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, PART II-Section 1 under the Legislative Department of Ministry of Law and Justice. Remembering these standards, it is imperative to guarantee a hierarchical atmosphere that is free from separation with a specific spotlight on inappropriate behavior.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) works towards realization of the goals of the quality enhancement process of the institution and its sustenance. The motto of IQAC is to achieve quality in academic and administrative activities of the Institution through continuous improvement with cooperation of all stakeholders of Albertian Institute of Science and Technology (AISAT).
IQAC monitors the quality aspects of academic and administrative activities of the institution to internalize a quality culture in the institution through Quality Management System (QMS) adopted by the institution and based on guidelines from the affiliated university. IQAC is constituted in AISAT under the Chairmanship of the Head of the institution with heads of important academic and administrative units along with a few selected faculty members, distinguished academicians and representatives of local management and stakeholders.
Department Quality Assurance Cell
Department Quality Assurance cell is constituted in every department to internalize a quality culture in the department in line with IQAC. Members of the DQAC are nominated by the HOD. Among the members one is IQAC representative, who serves as DQAC co-ordinator as well as program co-ordinator and the other member is the member of Internal Audit cell.
All examinations of APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University (KTU), both internal and end semester examinations will be conducted by the Examination Cell. For end semester examinations, the time schedules and duration of examination for each course will be published by the Controller of Examinations, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University (APJKTU), along with the rules and regulations for the conduct of examinations. For internal examinations, the time schedules, duration of examination for each course and rules and regulations for the conduct of the examinations shall be published by the examination cell.
SC & ST Monitoring Committee
The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) monitoring committee in an institute promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category. It is mainly to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties. The Cell also is expected to organize interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social, and academic problems.
Counselling is a process that aims to facilitate personal well being of the students through support and guidance of trained counselors, for a healthy mind and body. The Counselling Cell encourages the students to understand themselves and the issues that trouble them and guides them to resolve their problems. These problems can be personal, emotional, social, family, peer, academic, sexual, etc. This is done through individual or group counselling to help them with academic goals, social and personality development, career goals, enhancing listening skills, empathy and interpersonal skills to have healthy relationships and a healthy lifestyle
Internal Audit Cell
Main purpose of the Internal Audit Cell (IAC) is for the smooth and effective auditing of the quality procedures of the Institution. IAC will support IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) in implementing the guidelines and rules issued for building a professional and organized quality culture. IAC focuses on Ensuring compliance with established Quality Procedure Manual by examining course records, operating practices and documentation, academic audit as per the schedule provided in the academic calendar, periodic audit of LINWAYS records, administrative audit maintenance and updation of Quality Procedure Manual through audits.
Student Welfare and Discipline Committee
The Student Welfare and Discipline Sub-committee endeavours to support the students’ educational process and aid them in enhancing their academic as well as personal abilities. The objective of this committee is implementation of strategies designed to promote and encourage good student behaviour. It reviews the Institution’s rules for student behaviour and prescribes practices in relation to maintaining discipline within the college premises.
Sports Council promotes sportsmanship among students also develop interest in a particular sport or physical activity. Sports council focuses on recreational, instructional, competitive, or a combination of these types of activities based on its constitution.