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Accuracy of information:

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Freedom of electronic publishing:

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policy privacy:

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The personal information:

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The objectives:

  1. Helping the university raise the academic standard of university colleges via quality.
  2. Building a system of continuous and annual self-correcting for all University operations, implementation, and evaluation plans for colleges.
  3. Implement appropriate training programmers based on the actual application of authorized quality programmers for department or college staff, and propose programmers needed for implementation outside or within Iraq.
  4. Advising university colleges on quality and accreditation.
  5. Helping colleges and centers choose and accept academic accreditation standards.
  6. Developing college, center, and section data and statistics for quality academic reports.
  7. Developing plans for implementing the quality programmer in its colleges and centers by linking the Section at the University Centre and the colleges' Quality Divisions.
  8. Establishing scientific and professional partnerships between UNU and foreign academic institutions for quality and accreditation.
  9. Reporting to the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Board at the University of Babylon on the colleges', centers', and departments' dedication to quality standards.
  10. Underperforming university associate members and establishing clear criteria for measuring and enhancing faculty performance based on university faculties and academic sections, complying with the University Service Act, the Quality Assurance Section, and the University Performance Section.
  11. Spreading a quality culture among UNU teaching staff, students, scientific research, and administrative staff.
  12. Holding quality and academic accreditation studies, conferences, meetings, and workshops.
  13. Improving orthopaedic and academic excellence at universities.
  14. working hard, on labour market research, and client satisfaction (internal and external).
  15. providing proposals for subcommittees and task teams to achieve university goals and activities.
  16. Supervising macro- or academic-level teaching, research, or job performance excellence programmes.
  17. Encourage university colleges to compete for educational quality and productivity.
  18. Supporting the university to enter world rankings