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Internal Quality Assurance Cell

As per the REVA University Statutes relating to the Constitution and function of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), 2015 and with the approval of the Hon’ble Chancellor, REVA University, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has been re-constituted comprising the following members:

Composition as per NAAC Members
Chairperson Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Vice Chancellor
One Member from the Management Smt. Tanisha U Raju Trustee
Members Dr. N. Ramesh Registrar & Dean, Placement & Training
Dr. Beena G Controller of Examinations
Dr. Divakar B.P. Dean Research & Innovation Council
Dr. Jagadeeshwaran N. School of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Sunil Kumar Tengali School of Civil Engineering
Dr. Vishu Kumar School of Physical Sciences
Associate Professor Dr. D R Kumar Raja IQAC Coordinator, School of Computing & Information Technology
Dr. Kumar J N School of Legal Studies
Two Nominees from Local Society, Students and Alumni Mr. D.S Manjunath Sr. Engineer, CISCO Systems, Bengaluru
Mr. Sreenidhi GSD CYNEFIAN, #1010/27 Mysore Road, Gundlupet – 571111, Chamarajanagar District, Karnataka, India
Two Nominees from Employers / Industries / Stakeholders Mr. Manjunath Dharmatti HR-Deputy Manager Xoriant Corporation
Mr. Sundar K.S. Associate Vice President & Senior Lead Principal, Education, Training & Assessment, GEC, Infosys Limited, Mysore
Invitee Mrs. Pooja Pattanashetty Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science & Applications
Sl.No. Status Name
1 Chairperson Dr. M Dhanamjaya Vice-Chancellor REVA University
2 Member Dr. Shubha Dean, School of Commerce & Management
3 Member Prof. Shilpa B.R. Dept of Biotechnology
4 Member Col. Shri Kumar Nair Director, Administration
5 Member Secretary Dr. N Ramesh Registrar REVA University
Sl.No. Status Name
1 Chairperson Dr. M Dhanamjaya Vice-Chancellor REVA University
2 Member Dr. Shubha Dean, School of Commerce & Management
3 Member Dr. Bharathi S Director, School of Legal Studies
4 Member S Abhish Athreya Student, School of Mechanical Engineering
5 Member Tejashwini S Student, School of Applied Sciences
6 Member Anish Student, School of Commerce & Management
7 Member Dhruv B School of Electronics & Communication Engineering
8 Member Secretary Dr. N Ramesh Registrar REVA University

G 20 India Introduction

REVA University has also been the pioneer in adopting and supporting the various initiatives of the Government and has built a road map for the G20 Presidency of India. With the G20 focus to be on bringing unity to tackle larger global challenges such as economic downgrade, indebtedness of countries and the climate crisis amid persisting divisions that are happening at present, we at REVA are sensitive to the initiatives and plans taken up by the Government in this regard. A key element that will be highlighted in the G20 is towards the climate crisis and REVA has been conducting various initiatives like Vanamahotsava and the like which includes celebrating the year ahead as the ‘Year of the Millets’ in the state of Karnataka using the youth power.

Coincidentally, the G-20 India theme Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – One Earth, One Family, One Future, aligns with our own dance production Panchavaktram, which highlights the panch tattva of earth, air, water, fire and space to convey how our tradition sees all living beings as composed of the same 5 elements.

G 20 Presidency also highlights the importance of environmentally sustainable and responsible choices, both at the individual level and national level. At REVA, we ensure we align with this in various ways, thereby contributing to globally transformative actions resulting in a cleaner, greener, and bluer future.

REVA University is responding to G 20 Presidency by promoting links between universities and the environment in a sustainable, holistic, responsible and inclusive manner. By aligning with G 20 presidency REVA ensures towards a prosperous, futuristic, inclusive and developed society which is distinguished by a human-centric approach at its core. We are making all efforts of living in harmony with the surrounding ecosystem in a sustainable manner.

SDG Introduction

India has made great strides in putting the SDGs into practice, and REVA University has committed itself to match this development. To fulfil these Sustainable Development Goals, a number of significant projects and policies have been launched at REVA. REVA University has made sincere efforts to accomplish and advance these SDGs.

Sustainable Development Goals give individuals the opportunity to develop their agency, and seek the freedoms they value, irrespective of their social status, race, gender, which inturn results in holistic development. It encourages close ties between universities and the communities around them, which have a transformative impact on societal advancement. By adopting these SDGs, REVA University sees SDGs as a potent tool that can empower people and abilities to pursue the freedom they value, to liberate their minds and bodies, and ultimately, to liberate the entire society.

As part of SDGs, REVA University is working to advance gender equality and women's empowerment through a series of initiatives like Nyaya Darshana, Samaavesha, Pancavaktram to name a few. REVA is also committed to global challenges related to eradicating extreme poverty, putting an end to hunger, promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work. It is also working to promote peaceful, inclusive societies, access to justice, and the creation of effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions. REVA University ensures that it contributes to the larger goal of betterment and humane vision of higher education. By doing so, it aligns with creating a society that is committed to sustainable development and ultimately the betterment of people’s lives.

REVA University has introduced the NEP 2020 with the clear objective of enhancing the educational processes followed thus far. The University spearheaded by the vision of its Founder Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju has already been following most of the essential principles as specified in the NEP 2020. Thereupon embracing the NEP 2020 in letter and spirit is more a matter of finetuning the existing educational processes and procedures. A detailed discussion has been had at every rung of the senior leadership so that the plan of action was clear and inputs taken.

The Institution Development Plan, created with the participation of the REVA stakeholders, establishes the aspects on which the University will concentrate its actions for the next five years in cohesion with the optimal fulfillment of the Mission, Vision, and University Strategic directions through compliance with instruction, research, extension, and production.