Internal Audit Committee


Internal Audit Committee

The internal audit committee is formed to ensure the compliance of the institutional academic processes with the requirements of the accreditation agencies like QAS and KUHS. It identifies areas for improvement and offers recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Ultimately, it contributes to fostering transparency and accountability within the institution.

The aims of an Internal Academic and Administrative Audit Committee typically include:
  • Ensuring Quality Assurance: Monitoring and assessing the quality of academic and administrative processes within the institution to maintain and enhance standards of excellence.
  • Identifying Areas for Improvement: Conducting audits to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses in academic and administrative functions, facilitating continuous improvement and innovation.
  • Enhancing Efficiency: Streamlining academic and administrative procedures to optimize resources, improve efficiency, and reduce redundancies.
  • Compliance Monitoring: Ensuring compliance with internal policies, regulations, and external accreditation standards governing academic and administrative operations.
  • Risk Management: Identifying and mitigating risks associated with academic and administrative activities to safeguard the institution’s reputation, resources, and stakeholders’ interests.
  • Promoting Accountability: Holding academic and administrative units accountable for meeting established objectives, targets, and performance metrics.
  • Facilitating Decision-Making: Providing accurate, timely, and relevant information to support evidence-based decision-making by academic and administrative leadership.
  • Promoting Transparency: Fostering transparency and accountability in academic and administrative processes through regular audits, reporting, and communication.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Engaging stakeholders, including faculty, staff, students, and external partners, in the audit process to gather feedback, insights, and perspectives for improvement.
  • Continuous Monitoring and Evaluation: Establishing mechanisms for ongoing monitoring, evaluation, and review of academic and administrative activities to ensure alignment with institutional goals and objectives.


The functions of the Internal Administrative and Academic Audit Committee include:
  • Assessing the effectiveness and compliance of administrative and academic processes.
  • Identifying areas for improvement in institutional operations and procedures.
  • Recommending strategies and action plans to enhance efficiency and accountability.
  • Monitoring the implementation of audit findings and evaluating their impact on institutional performance.