1. Quality enhancement initiatives in the academic domain: 

              Quality enhancement initiatives in the academic domain started with simple steps such as, restructuring Daily Routine and Insistence on 75% of class attendance, in 2013. In order to enhance teaching quality and to conform to the UGC norm duration of a class (45 minutes) was changed to one hour with effect from July, 2013. At the same time in order to enhance learning outcomes the college insisted on a benchmark of 75% class attendance for students to be eligible to sit in the End-Semester Exams.

            In pursuance of point no.6 of the Peer Team’s Recommendations, in the year 2014 the college Library was refurbished and equipped with Xerox machine and computer sets. Then shortly afterwards the college bought Library software. The Library is now secured with CCTV and registered at the N-List Programme at INFLIBNET.

            In the year, 2016 the college introduced a system to obtain feedback from students. The forms duly filled in by the students are analyzed.

            A new Academic Calendar of the college was prepared  In 2017 which has in it schedules of important students’ activities like, Fresher’s Social, Election to the Students’ Union body and College Week are now included. This has a great result of avoiding unnecessary waste of time.

            A Mentorship Committee was formed in January, 2018. Selected teachers are appointed as mentors. Each mentor is assigned ten (10) mentee-students. This is a new experience for the college.         

            Log Book system has been introduced in January, 2018. Log Book is prepared to best serve the purpose of monitoring classroom activity.         

            With the Language Lab in place Spoken English and Spoken Hindi classes were held during December, 2017 – June, 2018. Thirty-three (33) students were enrolled in the Hindi classes and Fifty-nine (59) students in the English classes.

            Another Value-added course introduced is the Course on Computer Concepts (CCC). Since it has become mandatory for entry into government jobs the college thinks it necessary to equip our students with the certificate. This course was introduced in July, 2018 with the support of the NIELIT Centre, Aizawl.

2. Quality enhancement initiatives in the Administrative domain: 

              The governance of Government Kolasib College has always been participative right from its inception, and much more so after accreditation, because quality sustenance and enhancement call for collective efforts. All college operations are managed by committees and cells constituted with specific functions assigned to them. At present there are twenty-six committees and subcommittees including seven clubs. Each of these committees makes decisions in line with its terms of reference. The various committees work zealously to comprehend and adapt to changing academic environment.  

College interest as a whole is discussed in the Teaching Staff Meeting which is held frequently. In this meeting the works of and difficulties encountered by each committee/cell are discussed and solutions to the difficulties are suggested.