How IAB work

The process of accreditation from IAB involves certain steps and procedures. These steps and procedures are strictly adhered to ensure that there is no scope of favouritism and partiality while choosing the correct university for accreditation.

Since IAB follows strictness and transparency, the steps may appear to be long and rigorous.

Step 1: Eligibility Criteria

The universities or the colleges that apply for receiving accreditation need to fit the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria is the first and most important step of IAB. The entire revaluation of the resume will entail the following criterias:

  • Governance, management and staff resources
  • Premises, health and safety
  • Teacher qualifications and experience
  • Curriculum delivery
  • Student Services

Step 2: Inspection

Once the eligibility criterias are being met, IAB carries out a strict inspection. The purpose of this inspection is to ensure that there is no false practice in the universities or colleges that have applied for the grant of accreditation.

The university or the college would have to show all the details of the above mentioned criterias. The documents need to be valid and authentic. The inspection is vivid and rigid.

Step 3: Accreditation Inspection

In these steps, a double inspection would be carried out. In this step, it will be seen whether the college or university follows the standards or the guidelines of quality. The double inspection of the universities and the colleges checks on the authenticity of the quality guidelines.

Step 4: Fees

The fees will be strictly dependent on the type of university. The type of university includes traditional universities, online universities, non-formal universities, etc. However, APSQE is also authorised to reject any application after observation.

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