The Quality Assurance Management System (QAMS) in UTAS-Ibri has been established according to the ministerial decision to assure the compliance of the qualifications awarded by the colleges with set standards. The Quality Management process ensures that all the activities at UTAS-Ibri are planned, implemented and assessed effectively and efficiently to meet the national standards. The Quality Assurance Managements System (QAMS) in UTAS-Ibri is vested with the Quality Assurance Department (QAD) under the chairmanship of the College Dean. The QAMS is a dynamic process for ensuring academic standards and quality improvements at UTAS-Ibri and is reflected in the Quality Assurance Manual (QAM). The QAD is accountable for managing all processes in the college through Policy Management System (PMS) and internal evaluation processes by internal audit which are conducted periodically. 

The Quality Assurance Department (QAD) aims to ensure responsible leadership is provided to the college, to guide and monitor the evaluation of learning and teaching, and the process that supports them, to ensure institutional standards are upheld and the quality of student learning experience is improved consistently. The QAD aims to take care of students and other stakeholders’ expectations and ensure that they are met. These efforts collectively help the college to improve the professional standards.  

QAD Structure & Roles and Responsibilities

“We are proud that we believe in continuous improvement based on the essence of quality. This is reflected in our daily work by fostering and maintaining a culture of excellence.”
Dr. Hamdan Al Manthari (QAD Chair)

“I know Quality requires documentation: authentic documentation / evidences!, believe me, only through a comprehensive self-analysis, we can identify our areas of improvement and this definitely promises gradual progress. To me, the honest process of reaching at a point of ‘growth and improvement’ is Quality Assurance.”
Ms. Heba Qureshi 

“Quality Assurance is the fuel that drives people with the same positive mindset to work together and create an effective system.”
Dr. Michelle Mendoza (QAD Officer)

“Quality Assurance is everyone’s responsibility. The process seems unending but it is highly rewarding.”
Dr. Ansarul Haque (QAD Officer)

“Quality culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit, so Quality is a journey and not a destination.”
Dr. Shaik Mastan Vali (QAD Officer)

“Quality Assurance means that what we continuously strive to keep improving ourselves in an educated, professional and a structured manner. Therefore, understanding how to enhance quality must be a top priority for every employee.”
Dr. Abdulsalam Al Manthari (QAD Officer)

“Quality Assurance is creating human excellence through intelligent system and process.”
Dr. Laly Antoney (QAD Officer)

“Quality Assurance helps people to be optimistic at work.”
Ms. Basma Al Alawi (QAD Officer)

“Quality Assurance is a commitment of every stakeholder of an institution to carry out the planned tasks in order to fulfill the needs and demands of the clients at highest degree.”
Mr. Prasanna Dhayanithi (QAD Officer)

“Quality Assurance is a continuous self-appraisal against a set of standards where there is always a room for improvement.”
Mr. Asif Mahmood Alizai (QAD Officer)