• DVV Clarifications
  • 2nd Cycle SSR
  • Executive Summary
  • SWOC Analysis
  • Extended Profile
  • Criterion - I
  • Criterion - II
  • Criterion - III
  • Criterion - IV
  • Criterion - V
  • Criterion - VI
  • Criterion - VII

DVV Clarifications


Some of the most important strengths of the ECET are as follows:

S01.Quality of education at an affordable cost with good reputation in local community
S02.Dynamic leadership with great ambitions
S03.Consistant student enrollment with balanced gendre equity
S04.Qualified and committed faculty
S05.Increased employability in reputed companies since 2018
S06.Focused awareness of institutional outputs, especially in terms of research and innovation
S07.Proactive collaboration with national and global universities for student and faculty exchange
S08.Well-established eco system for startup and innovation
S09.Career-focused teaching and learning system to achieve highly-skilled, ready-for-work graduates
S10.Social outreach programs to uphold the vision of the institution


Some of the weaknesses that the institute needs to deal with are identified as follows:

W01.Self-financing Institue with government fee regulations and reimbursements
W02.Lack of full-time research scholars
W03.Limited funded research projects
W04.Student diversity – to attract students from different demography / international students
W05.Limited student interest in competitive examinations for civil services and public service units


IARE has many opportunities that enable the Institute to move forward in achieving its goals, such as:

OP01.To offer certificate programs and online degree courses based on NEP2020
OP02.The untapped potential of alumni networks for recruitment and funding
OP03.Develop research capacity and innovation in emerging and interdisciplinary areas to enhance international collaborations
OP04.Collaboration with local industries for curriculum development, recruitment, and consultancy services
OP05.Becoming a deemed to be University


IARE faces several challenges that need to be overcome. These challenges are as follows:

C01.Increasing deemed / private universities with a large number of intakes in emerging areas and which are attracting the qualified faulty with high incentives
C02.Declining enrollment in core branches due to changing demographics, increased competition, and lack of clear career alignment
C03.Limited admission in PG courses due to higher placements at the undergraduate level in IT and IT-enabled services
C04.No scope to improve student diversity because of the norms of regulatory bodies
C05.Stringent regulations by the University for establishing research centers