Commitment to Quality
Our college management has always been committed to quality – the vision of our founding father – and is of the firm opinion that its recognition by the outside world is of paramount importance. True to these ideals, we always strive to achieve this end by getting recognition from reputed agencies of quality assessment such as the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of UGC and the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO).
NAAC Accreditation

The college applied to the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2002 for its assessment and accreditation. We then prepared the self-study report (SSR) and submitted it to NAAC in March 2003. Subsequently, as per procedure, the NAAC sent its 3-member peer team for a two-day visit in February 2004. The team inspected all the aspects of the college as per the criteria and submitted its report to NAAC. Based on this report, NAAC accredited us with the B++ grade with a final score of 82 marks (out of 100). As a follow up, we have been sending the Annual Quality Assurance reports (AQAR) regularly.

We have received reaccreditation of `B' from NAAC in 2011.

ISO Certification

Following NAAC accreditation, true to its commitment to quality, the college management decided to also get international recognition through ISO certification. With the help of a consultant, we developed the college specific Quality Management System (QMS) based on relevant clauses of the ISO 9001:2000 standard. This system was implemented systematically over a year from 2006 with the help of the relevant quality and procedure manuals. This finally culminated in the audit in June 2007.

The audit agency International Certification Services (ICS) sent its audit team of two members who conducted a thorough audit of the system for two days. At the concluding meeting, they highlighted several positive areas and pointed out some areas for improvement, and happily informed us that there were no negative areas. Subsequent to this, they submitted their report and recommended certification based on which the International certifying agency, Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) issued us the certificate on 17th July 2007.

Thus our college became, very proudly, the first `traditional degree’ college and that too a single faculty – Science – college in Western Maharashtra to get ISO certification. Today we have been certified to be compliant with the ISO 9001:2008 standard