The purpose of an academic audit is to encourage departments or programs to evaluate their “education quality processes” – the key faculty activities required to produce, assure, and regularly improve the quality of teaching and learning. This practice develops accountability of the individual members with regards to their academic performance. By conducting academic audit, the strength and weakness of the department can be assessed.
BSHRF conducts academic audit annually. External Experts are invited and entrusted at auditing the teaching staff.