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Institute for Excellence in Higher Education(IEHE), Bhopal
An Autonomous Institute established by Govt. of M.P.(College with Potential for Excellence Status Conferred by UGC)
Continuously Re-accredited by NAAC as 'A' Graded Institute in the Third Cycle.

Salient Features
Teaching Methodology
The objective of the Institute is to initiate the students into the basics of the subject and develop in them a spirit of reasoning and an analytical outlook. For this, regular lectures are supplemented with group discussions, seminars, live-projects and tutorials for students. To facilitate these activities, the faculty is always available for guidance.
    Some notable practices at the Institute:
  • Lectures by domain experts from Science, Management, Commerce, Administration Humanities etc.
  • Lectures on personality development, improving communication skills, art of presentations and workshops.
  • Mock interviews to groom students for various competitive exams.
  • Orientation lectures relating to various competitive exams.
  • Computer Awareness(practical paper) in lieu of General Awareness in one of the semester is compulsory for all students.
  • General Knowledge/Current Affairs Test is compulsory for all the students.
  • Students are guided and encouraged in the participation and rendition of PowerPoint presentation on interdisciplinary topics using multimedia projectors and laptops.
  • Regular educational excursions, industrial visits, heritage walks and job-trainings are a part of out of the box learning.
  • Summer &Winter Internships during semester breaks is a regular feature.


Examination System
The Institute has devised and is gradually evolving a pattern which lays more emphasis in using examination as a tool for involving students closely in the teaching and learning process and familiarising themselves with the various modes of competitive examination as also to ensure credibility in the examination system. 
This system has several distinctive features like:
  1. Evaluation of each theory paper through ‘continuous evaluation’ as well as the traditional ‘external evaluation'. 50% marks are reserved for continuous evaluation. The category wise distribution of marks are as follows:
    • Semi surprise class test      - 25%
    • Quiz/Classroom-teaching/Group discussion/Seminar - 10%
    • Assignments/Dissertations/Case studies/Project work - 10%
    • Attendance in the class     - 5%
  2. Answer books of continuous assessment are shown to students, for future improvement and their doubts are resolved and queries answered.
  3. Students securing less than 20% marks in each subject and overall aggregate less than 36% in continuous evaluation are not allowed to appear in external examination.
  4. Only 15% attendance will be condoned on medical grounds. Only those certificates which are submitted immediately after coming back from leave will be accepted.
  5. 75% attendance is compulsory to be eligible for the external examination.
  6. The external evaluation is divided in three parts, namely objective questions in ‘Part-A’ to test the memory retention of students, short answers in ‘Part-B’, to test the power of expression in a precise manner and finally ‘Part-C’ which has long answers to test the descriptive abilities.
  7. There is a provision for ATKT (Allowed to Keep Term).
  8. Students have to secure at least 48% in aggregate and not less than 36% in each paper to be declared successful.
  9. Re-totaling of marks is barred since results are declared after a thorough manual/computerized checking. However, students can apply for revaluation after depositing the requisite fee.
  10. The answer books of paper wise toppers are displayed in the library for students and anyone can obtain a photocopy of them on payment. Any student of the Institute can obtain the photocopy of the answer book of his own or any other student on payment of Rs. 200/- per answer Book.
  11. A student shall be given not more than two attempts to appear in full semester examination and maximum period of five years to complete the course at UG level & three years at PG level. 
    Thus the system is:
    • transparent
    • free from examination anxiety
    • has a feedback mechanism
    • offers an evaluation mechanism which runs throughout the semester, and
    • involves the students in the evaluation process, so as to re-establish credibility in the examination system.
  12. Special ATKT Examination 
    The Institute will hold a special ATKT examination at the end of the sixth semester, soon after the declaration of the result of the sixth and final semester examination to enable the ATKT candidates of that batch (sixth semester) only to clear the backlog.


    Promotion to next semester will be considered only after the student has submitted his/her examination form and has paid the examination fees in time.
     Promotions are granted on the basis of performance of the student throughout the semester. 
    The results are declared at the end of each semester. ATKT is awarded to the students in those papers in which they fail to secure qualifying marks.
    Candidates placed in ATKT in First & Second semester shall have to appear and clear in these ATKT papers along with their Third & Fourth semester papers respectively. Similarly the candidates placed in ATKT in semester Third & Fourth semesters shall have to appear in these ATKT papers along with their Fifth & Sixth semester papers respectively. 
A candidate failing to secure the qualifying marks (minimum 36% in each paper and aggregate 48%) in First & Second semester examination will not be admitted in the Fifth semester. There will be a year back in such cases.
Administration through IT enabled services


ICT Interventions
  • Dynamic website and Portal
  • Online Admission
  • Online Fee Collection
  • Online generation of salary bills
  • Online entry of internal assessment credentials (Attendance & Marks) viewable at studen's portal.
  • Development of IT Infrastructure
  • Make Available High Speed Internet Line/Leased Line for easy access of Internet in the Institute.
  • Wi-Fi Campus
  • Linkage with NKN, India
  • Linkage with EDUROAM service of ERNET, India
  • Educational System Software for IEHE (Intranet/Internet Based)
Library Facilities and Services
  • The new digital state of the art library is equipped with over about 26,319 books (16,100 titles) on different subjects and subscribes to a number of periodicals, national/state newspapers(10), magazines(16) and journals (20), books on self-development & motivation besides an extensive array of reference material and books on competitive exams, unsolved papers and answer books of paper wise toppers of the Institute.
  • An Internet Zone is functional to enable the students to avail of membership of the 'National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content' (N-list).The N-list programme provides excess to more than 2100 e-journals and more than 55100 e-books.
Circulation rules of library:
  • Two books are normally issued for a fortnight except reference books, journals and periodicals. At a time a student can borrow only one book for honours and one for subsidiary subject respectively.
  • Textbooks with single copy will not be issued.
  • Student can reserve their demand for a particular book in case it is already issued.
  • Library can summon the borrower to return the book before the due date.
  • The book should be returned within 15 days from the date of issue. If delayed a fine of Rs.2/- per day per book would be charged.
  • In case of loss of Library cards, readers have to pay Rs. 25 for barcode Library membership I.D. Card.
Library services:
  • Reprographic services.
  • Internet Facility.
  • Database search through INFLIBNET.
  • Current awareness service.(Display of new books, Monthly list of new books pasted on the notice board).
  • Circulation services (Issue-Returned of books).
  • Reference service (Personal & Group).
  • Book bank facility for the student of the weaker section of the society.


Student-Support Services
  • a.      Career Guidance Counselling Cell helps students in exploring new opportunities and channeling their interest according to their aptitude. In the session 2017-18 the cell conducted 6 Workshops and training programme on communication skills, photoshop, corel draw, Soil and water testing extraction technique extra with an objective to inhance the employability of the students. 

    b.      The Placement Cell, instituted in the academic session 2002-2003, has been successful in placing students every year. A number of students of final year graduation has secure placements in reputed companies siatuated in Gurugram, Nagpur, Vadodra etc. In 2017-18 several students found lucrative placements in companies like Concentrix Daksh – 64, P&P Infotech-28, BBManpower– 07, SPA-09, KYK -02, LUPIN – 03, MP Agrotonics – 04, Money Desire – 08, Netlink – 01, Crescent – 03, Sagar Group – 22, Magnum Group– 06 and HGS–11.

    c.       There is a 107 seated girls hostel for out-stationed students and 100 seated boy’s hostel is under construction which may be allotted in the session 2018-19. A lady doctor visits the hostel every week and is also available on special request. Yoga classes are held in the hostel every morning. Hostellers of the academic session 2018-2019 will be allowed to stay in the hostel with effect from 2nd July, 2018. In keeping with the objectives of UGC for empowerment of women and in compliance with the Directives of the State Government for skill development among hostel girls, the Institute has introduced a 100%practical training oriented 900 hours course in Hostel Management. The curriculum csincludes training programmes on horticulture, traditional arts, crafts etc. in addition to the management module. In the first year the Hostel girls will be entitled for Certificate in Hostel Management (CHM), in the second year for Diploma in Hostel Management (DHM) and on the completion of third year they will be entitled for P.G. Diploma in Hostel Management (P.G.D.H.M.) It is an innovation which is first of its kind in India which will be helpful and beneficial to the students in their future life. 

    d.      Group Insurance Scheme exists for students of the Institute since session 2005-2006. The scheme covers all the students for accidental treatment and risk to life of the students and guardian. The Insurance Scheme is currently provided by the United Insurance Company Ltd. Details about the Group Insurance Scheme can be obtained from the Institute’s Offic 

  • Research Funding to students
    • To promote research endeavor the Institute will provide financial assistance to aspiring applicants.
    • The Academic Committee will be the Nodal Agency.
    • The proposal detailing the particulars of Seminar/Conference duly forwarded by the concerned Head of the Department should be submitted to the Academic Committee.
    • A copy of the accepted Research Paper should be enclosed along with the application form.
    • The duly filled application form must reach the Academic Committee at least 10 days prior to the scheduled date of the Seminar/Conference.
    • Participation in the Seminar/Conference mandates the prior permission of the Director on the recommendation of the Academic Committee.
    • Students can avail the financial assistance only once during an academic session.
    • Daily allowance and travelling allowance will be payable as per the rates approved by the Executive Committee, which are as follows :
      • At the local level –Rs. 100/- per day
      • For Seminar/Conference within the state and outside the state
      • Rs. 200/- per day with boarding facility
      • Rs 300/- per day without boarding facility
      • The rate of daily allowance or the actual expenses, whichever is lower will be payable. Students will be entitled to the rail fare of IInd Class Sleeper/Non AC bus fare. Daily allowance will include local conveyance allowance also.
    • Students are entitled to a reimbursement of a maximum amount of Rs. 1000/- as registration fee.
    • Applicants will not be entitled to any kind of advance. Payments will be made only for the sanctioned amount on the submission of relevant vouchers.
    • Only two candidates found eligible will be entitled to financial assistance for each seminar. Preference will be given to Postgraduate students.
    • Presentation of the research paper for the finalization of the proposal would be sought at the discretion of the Academic Committee.
    • Students will be entitled to only financial assistance as per rules. Conveyance, Food, Security etc will not be shouldered by the Institute.
  • Student Welfare Scholarships
    • The Institute offers two kinds of Scholarships:
      • Institutional Scholarships & Awards
      • Government Scholarships
    • Institutional Scholarships & Awards :
      • Merit-cum-means Scholarships 
        Rs 5,000 to students whose parent's income is less than Rs.1,50,000 (20 applicants in order of Merit).
      • Economic Assistance
        Rs 5,000 to students whose parent's income is less than Rs.1,50,000 (20 applicants in order of Merit).
      • Merit Award:
        This award can be given with any other scholarship Rs 2,000 for honours subject wise faculty toppers of Undergraduate, Postgraduate & M.Phil. students.
      • Dr N.P. Singh Memorial Award of Rs. 5000/- per annum for faculty wise three applicants (in order of merit) whose parent's income is less than 3.6 lacs per annum.
    • Government Scholarships/Yojna :
      • Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidhyarthi Yojna (MMVY)Scholarship scheme for meritorious students of 12th class of Madhya Pradesh.

      • Gaon ki Beti Yojna(Rs. 5,000/-per annum per girl applicant) only for those students who have passed Higher Secondary examination from the school situated in rural area / Gram Panchayat / Janpad Panchayat. It will be given for three years to eligible students who will mandatorily apply in 1 st year. Renewal will take place in 2nd & 3rd year after submission of the forms.
      • Pratibha Kiran Yojna(Rs. 5,000/-per annum per girl applicant) Eligibilty –1st division in class 12th, BPL category, school from urban area it will be given for three years to eligible students who apply in 1st year of course. Renewal will take place in 2nd & 3rd year afte submission of the forms.
      • Vikramaditya Yojna (Rs. 2,500/- per annum per boy applicant of General Category) Eligibilty –1st division in class 12th , annual income of parent less than Rs. 56,000/-
      • Nishakt Jan Scholarship funded by Samajik Nyay Vibhag (Rs 200/-per month per boy/girl applicant admitted to computer / Management Courses for M.P. domicile and parent income up to Rs 01 lac.
      • Post Matric Scholarship-for SC/ST/ OBC and Minority students.
      • Awasiya Yojna funded by Adim Jati Kalyan Vibhag(Rs 2000/-per month for SC/ST students)
      • Awagaman Yojna Bhatta –Conveyance Allowance (Rs 5/-per day per girl student –Rs. 500/-for 100 days and Rs 1000/-for 200 days only in one session) can be given with any type of scholarship/award.


(1)              Govt. Scholarships will be given as per Govt. rules. Application Forms will be available on website of Scholarship Portal 2.0 can download forms and submit.

(2)               Students will be eligible for only one scholarship amoung all categories except Gaon ki Beti Yojna, Avagaman Bhatta.