The Activities of IQAC have been taken up after the first visit of NAAC to SV University, Tirupati in 2002. As per the guide lines given by the NAAC the University has been discharging the functions of IQAC by taking assistance from senior faculty members to prepare reports. Prof. N. Prabhakara Rao Department of Physics as the Co-ordinator, prepared AQAR Report for the period of (2002-07). There was no formal infrastructure to accommodate IQAC office at initial stage. Latter the IQAC was accommodated in the administration Building after Prof. N. Prabhakrara Rao became the Vice-Chancellor in November-2008. Prof. K.V.S Sarma discharged the duties as the Co-ordinator, IQAC from 2007 to 2009. In the year 2009 Prof. N. Savitramma was appointed as the coordinator. Later the designation was changed as the Director as per the UGC norms.
The functions of IQAC are preparation of reports, students / parents feedback, maintenance of data bases, dissemination of information on quality etc., Specifically the IQAC has computerized most of the routine work and created appropriate data bases. IQAC has been assisting in the preparation of news letter, students hand book, activity diaries, annual reports of the University and conduct workshops for college teachers on new curriculum. UGC had allocated a grant of Rs. 5.00 lakhs to strengthen the IQAC ( F.No 20-1-2009, dated: July 2009 ) . IQAC also requested UGC for allotment of Rs. 43.00 lakhs in 13th plan budget for various purpose including improvement of programs regarding academic and administrative activities.
IQAC submitting the Bench Marks and Best practices every year to NAAC along with AQAR (Annual Quality Assurance Reports) to NAAC and as well as to UGC through proper channel and also by e-mail. “Students Feedback on teachers” of SV University had been obtaining through online and submitting to the individual faculty to improve their teaching and also to the Vice-chancellor for counseling the teachers those who got lower grades. IQAC has crucial role in improving the quality in teaching, Research and Extention. IQAC also motivating the flexibility of administrative procedures towards the research projects to encourage principal investigators to get more financial grant to the University.