Vision

To structure The Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University  to be an Epitome  of Excellence  by creating and  imparting time responsive Quality Education  to address Changing Scenario,  keeping Research and Development at its core, for ‘Anyone’ at ‘Anytime’ and ‘Anywhere’. 

Mission

  • To provide a platform for rural, women, socially disadvantaged and differently-abled groups to achieve Academic Excellence with in-built Employability.
  • To carve out a fusion between Academics and Industry with an ultimate aim to identify the gaps and accordingly, design the courses to impart skill based education as per the requirements of the region so as to improve employability and develop entrepreneurial capabilities.
  • To provide student centric learning environment and to establish platform for inclusive research leading to the development of creative thought process amongst research scholars keeping in mind societal needs.
  • Nurturing innovative ideas shaping into products facilitating the spinoff and creating awareness to protect Intellectual Property (IP).
  • To adopt a perennial process for bringing in excellence in teaching pedagogy by providing ICT based state-of-the-art infrastructural facilitation.
  • To impart value added, culturally rich education by adoptingthe local to global approach
  • To provide an academic corridor for cordial connectivity between the University and its affiliates.
  • To ensure good Governance inculcating ‘Accountability’ based on ‘Self-evaluation’ amongst all the stakeholders of the University.

Strategic Plan

The Strategic plan of the university is multi-layered as well as multi-pronged that focuses on Expansion, Inclusion and Excellence (EIE). It subsumes short term, intermediate and long term policies to cater to the ever growing number of Higher Education aspirants resulting in the enhancement of Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) that will have positive impact on Human Development Index (HDI).  Also, it aims at minimizing the menace of migration. By adopting following steps, the Strategic Plan will be executed to achieve the vision and mission of the University.

Short Term Plan /Objectives (6 months-upto March -2018)

A.      Curricular Aspects

  • Assessment of acceptability and time relevance of existing academic programme
  • Identification of potential industrial partners who can effectively contribute to framing/ reforming of existing curricula and act as potential platform to offer internship/employment to University passouts
  • Thorough reformation of existing curriculum
  • Introduction of generic and program-specific value added courses
  • Development of facile feedback collection mechanism

B.      Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

  • Assessment of enrolment statistics across departments and identification of gap areas
  • Reformation of pilot initiatives to cater student diversity
  • Identification of faculty diversity; and augmentation initiatives in teaching-learning modality
  • Development of structured mechanism forattainment of performance outcome of studentsand evaluative reforms

C.        Research, Innovations and Extension

  • Development of overall policy for research activities
  • Creation of thematic research areas based on University expertise
  • Identification of areas for financial provisions
  • Sensitization and support activities for uplifting research capacities/infrastructure
  • Promotion and support IPR related activities
  • Continuation ofbest practices in extension activities and preparation of comprehensive roadmap

D.        Infrastructure and Learning Resources

  • Enrichment of KRC resources
  • Financial Provision for infrastructure

E.        Student Support and Progression

  • Development of an all-inclusive policy towards framing a student friendly, student owned campus
  • Development of student centric academics
  • Establishment of a sound mechanism to ensure a positive destination for every student
  • Engagement of alumni in developmental activity
  • Creation of pathway towards good governance
  • Preparation and deployment of strategic plan
  • Empowerment of teaching and administrative staff

 G.       Institutional Values and Best Practices

  • Sensitization of students and staff for gender and social equality
  • Creation of awareness for environmental consciousness and sustainability
  • Sensitization of students for human values and professional ethics

Medium-term Plan / Objectives (April, 2018 to March, 2020)

A.        Curricular Aspects

  • Implementation of revised curriculum from academic year 2018-19
  • Survey of region cum industry specific demands for identification of gap and to address the same
  • Offering of choice for students towards opting eitherdirect job-opportunities or research career through dedicated curriculum
  • Enhance entrepreneur acumen of students
  • Development of structured mechanism for analysis and requisite action taken based on feedback

B.        Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

  • Implementation of revised mechanism (on the basis of identified gaps)
  • Reformed pilot initiatives to cater student diversity
  • Reframing of teaching –learning process and enrichment of teacher profile/quality
  • Innovative evaluation process and measurement of learning outcome

C.        Research, Innovations and Extension

  • Research Capacity building
  • Expansion of research horizon and quality
  • Enrichment of Departmental Infrastructure and Research Support
  • Mechanized consultancy activity
  • Promotion for Idea generation
  • Continuous Outreach activities and inclusive research
  • Holistic development of University stakeholders

D.        Infrastructure and Learning Resources

  • Creation and Renovation of Physical Facilities
  • Digitization of KRC facilities
  • Enrichment of e-resources and e-learning environment

E.        Student Support and Progression

  • Enrichment of campus facilities
  • Assurance of progressiveacademics
  • Enhancement of progression opportunities
  • Holistic development of students
  • Exercising financial contribution from alumni for academic augmentation

  F.       Governance, Leadership and Management

  • Ensuring good governance
  • Establishment of‘Equal Opportunity Cell’
  • Review of effectiveness of strategic plans and subsequent modifications
  • Identification of financial resources and effective utilization
  • Initiation of quality measures

 G.       Institutional Values and Best Practices

  • Initiatives for gender and social equity
  • Initiatives for environmental consciousness and sustainability
  • Initiatives for enrichment of human values and conscience ofethics

Long-term Plan / Objectives for next 10 years (April, 2020 to March, 2027)

A.        Curricular Aspects

  • Based on survey and success of pilot projects, new programme will be introduced
  • Identification of commercial market to support entrepreneurial acumen and excellence
  • Identification of industries to start joint academic program to address national/ globaldemands
  • Continuous refinement in teaching learning process based on rigorous analysis offeedback

B.        Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

  • Refinement and progression in enhancing student enrolment
  • Student centric academic activities
  • Strengthening teaching pedagogies through teachers equipped with concepts for changing demands of hour
  • Reformation through analysis of allevaluation processes including IT integration and measurement of learning outcome

 C.       Research, Innovations and Extension

  • Augmentation and promotion of societal research
  • Augmentation and promotion of industrial research
  • Development of an Innovation Ecosystem
  • Establishment of Centers of Excellence (COEs)
  • Creation of community responsive campus

D.        Infrastructure and Learning Resources

  • Creation of modernized physical facilities
  • Creation of state of the art technical facilities
  • Creation of e-resources and extension for learning horizon

E.        Student Support and Progression

  • Provision for special student support
  • Promoting competitiveness and research aptitude among undergraduate and postgraduate student
  • Enrichment of student centric activities
  • Strengthening Career counseling and placement activity

F. Governance, Leadership and Management

  • Creation of brand equity model in higher education
  • Promotion of quality culture
  • Inclusive Management

G. Institutional Values and Best Practices

  • Practicing initiatives of gender and social equity, social awareness for empowerment of women and socially disadvantaged groups
  • Practicing environmental consciousness and sustainability initiatives for ensuring clean and pollution freeenvironment
  • Practicing human values and professionalethics initiatives for creation and universal values and integrity among all stake holders of the University