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Chartered International Da Vinci University is a co-educational institution with a prove-it-to-me educational policy that is centered on rendering a life-long service to mankind in order to achieve a grand developmental agenda. Our programmes are developed based on the Competency Based modular system and Industry Certified & Validated Professional (ICVP) training standards. In today’s competitive job market, it is not good enough to just have a recognised degree…you need to “walk and talk the language of the industry”. ICVP equips you to do that and transform you to become a valuable asset to your employer.

While most universities around the world prepare one to become a well-rounded academic graduate, Chartered International Da Vinci University has gone one step beyond….all its graduates are groomed to become Industry Certified & Validated Professionals (ICVP).Chartered International Da Vinci University has developed ICVP in many industries that help to equip its graduates with industry-specific knowledge and skills.

As an ICVP graduate, you would not only earn a degree but gain extensive practical knowledge of a specific industry.

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Professor, Sir, Grand Doc., Bashiru Aremu


His Excellency, UNESCO Laureate, World Acclaimed Distinguished Professor, Sir, Bashiru Aremu who hails from Ancient City of Iwo in Osun State, Nigeria, West Africa more than four decades ago is a World Acclaimed Distinguished Teaching and Research Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology.
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Dist. Prof. Dr. (H.C.) Sir Luis Emilio Abad

Vice Chancellor 

Professor Luis Emilio Abad holds a Ph.D.) in Genetics and Cell Biology from the Bircham International University, Spain. He is a Medical Doctor (MD), Cordoba National University, Córdoba, Argentina and the Director of and Vitreoretinal Consultant at Oftalmo Abad, Clínica de Ojos, Santa Cruz, Argentina

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Dr. Mogana S. Flomo, Jr.

Member, Grand Board of Trustees

Dr. Flomo is an Educator with more than 20 years’ experience in teaching at various universities in Liberia, including Cuttington University as a lecturer of Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics. Dr.  Flomo is the immediate Former Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Liberia.

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Professor Sir Akanfe Kolapo IGE.

Member, Grand Board of Trustees 

Professor Sir Kolapo Ige holds Bachelor, Masters’ and Doctorate Degrees in Economics with specializations in Empirical Labour Economics and Applied Econometrics. He also holds Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degree in Management with concentration in Finance from Akamai University, Hilo. Hawaii. United States of America.

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Prof. Sir Abhiram Kulshrestha


He is a Management Expert, Consultant and Educationist. he did MA (History), MA (Education), MA (Public Administration), M.Phil (Management,History & Education), MSW, MBA (Marketing & HR), M.Phil (Management), PhD in Management and PhD in Education..He was awarded D.Sc in Business Administration.
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Emeritus Prof. (Sir) Dr. Abdel-Badeh Mohamed Salem


Emeritus Prof. (Sir) Dr. Abdel-Badeh M. Salem is a professor emeritus of Computer Science since  September 2007 till now. He was a former Vice Dean of the Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences at Ain Shams University, Cairo-Egypt (1996-2007).  He was a full professor Dr.of Computer Science at Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University from 1989 to 1996.  He was a Director of Scientific Computing Center at Ain Shams University (1984-1990).
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Prof Sir (Dr) Anoop Swarup


The only Vice Chancellor from an Indian University invited to the 7th Global Strategic Review at Geneva, Switzerland by the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) to deliberate on the theme The New Geopolitics. attended the Conference from the 11 to 15th Sept 2009. Dr Anoop Swarup joined discussions along with a veritable array of global experts and distinguished world leaders who included Dr Zbigniew Brzezinski former US National Security Advisor, Prof Francois Heisbourg, Chairman IISS, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, K Foreign Secretary’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Lord Robert Skidelsky, Member, House of Lords, UK and Shiv Shankar Menon, Former Foreign Secretary, India as also several ambassadors, economists, military strategists, foreign policy and political experts.
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Prof. Dr. Kemal Yildirim

Member World Grand Board of Directors  and Dean, Faculty of Social Science

Prof Dr Kemal Yildirim got his Undergraduate and Post graduate studies at University of Jyvaskyla in Finland and Phd at University of Azteca and CNU Nicaragua (Dual ) degree in social sciences with a major in comparative politics in 2013 and later on he has continued with his further research on Cultural studies and Anthropology  Meanwhile Dr Yildirim has also got Dr. Lit degree from city University in Cambodia  in cultural studies in 2017 and specialized in early history and civilizations in Mesopotamia

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Dr. Bikash Sharm


Dr. Bikash Sharma is a management professional with over 20 years of experience in the Education, Management, Human Resources and IT Enabled Services domain. Dr. Sharma is currently the President and Founder Trustee of International Academic and Management Association (IAMA) which was established with his efforts in the year 2013.

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Chartered Intl. Da Vinci University Inc. has been received global various joint accreditations and recognitions from the followings bodies: 

Chartered Intl. Da Vinci University Inc.  Entity is duly incorporated under the International Laws of 1704,1776 and 1787 in United States of America at Office of First State (State of Delaware) with chartered file number:  5699203  

Because of further its mission and vision as global innovation and international multi Campuses teaching and research University, Chartered Intl. Da Vinci University Inc. received global joint accreditation and recognitions from the following bodies:

Chartered Intl. Da Vinci University Inc. has been  received joint accreditations from  The International Quality Assurance Agencies for Higher Education (INQAAHE),The Board of Quality Standards (BQS), International Association of Transnational Universities, (IAU) The European Qualifications Framework (EQF), The European Union (EU), which was led by The Board of Quality Standard (BQS) as one of an  official registered agencies  and partners accreditors under authority of The International Quality Assurance Agencies for Higher Education (INQAAHE) which its head office based at Spain in Europe .

The International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) is a world-wide association of more than three hundred organizations (300+) active in the theory and practice of quality assurance in higher education that work as partner and member for joint accreditation. 

The great majority of its members are quality assurance agencies that operate in many different ways as an accreditors’ agencies and autonomous organizations under the various governments ’and non-government worldwide. 

The International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) is a world-wide association of 300+ organizations active in the theory and practice of quality assurance in higher education that works closely with National Accreditation bodies and academicians to control educational quality  around  the world as partners and members that they are working as joint accreditation bodies under The International Quality Assurance Agencies for Higher Education (INQAAHE) where Chartered Intl. Da Vinci University Inc. received its  Global accreditation Certificates as Joint accreditations led by  one of its  agencies and partners at  Board of Quality Standards (BQS), 

These are list of partners and members that they are working as joint accreditation bodies under The International Quality Assurance Agencies for Higher Education (INQAAHE) 


The Board of Quality Standards (BQS)

The Board of Quality Standards (BQS) which its offices are located in Dominica officially the Commonwealth of Dominica of an island country in the Caribbean at North America, United Kingdom and Benin Republic, The Board of Quality Standards is an independent international quality assurance regulator as a sub-network of the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE

The BQS's purpose is to protect, promote and maintain the Quality Assurance in institutions by ensuring proper standards in the practice of Quality Assurance. The international advisory council (IAC) is the governing body of the BQS and is responsible for the overall control of the International organization.


The National Accreditation Board (NAB) of Ghana is the Government of Ghana agency responsible for the regulation, supervision and accreditation of tertiary institutions in Ghana. It is an agency under the Ministry of Education. http://www.nab.gov.gh/partners.php


The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) is a United States organization of degree-granting colleges and universities. It identifies its purpose as providing national advocacy for self-regulation of academic quality through accreditation in order to certify the quality of higher education accrediting organizations, including regional, faith-based, private, career, and programmatic accrediting organizations. 

The organization has approximately 3,000 academic institutions as members, and currently recognizes approximately 60 accrediting organizations.  CHEA is based in Washington, DC. CHEA is a member of International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies (INQAAHE) and recognized by Department of Education, USA


The African Quality Assurance Network (AfriQAN)

The African Quality Assurance Network (AfriQAN) has been set up to provide assistance to institutions concerned with Quality Assurance in higher education in Africa. The network is committed to the enhancement of the quality of higher education and also with collaboration with similar organizations on other continents. The Network has been set up by the Association of African Universities (AAU) with financial support from Global Initiative on Quality Assurance Capacity (GIQAC)/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).




The Arab Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education ANQAHE has been established in June, 2007 as a nonprofit nongovernmental organization. 

The purpose to establish the Arab network for quality Assurance in higher education is to create a mechanism between the Arab countries to: 

* Exchange information about quality assurance 

* Construct new quality assurance agencies or organizations 

* Develop standards to establish new quality assurance agencies or support the already present one 

* Disseminate good practice in quality assurance 

* Strengthen liaison between quality assurance bodies in the different countries 

About Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN)

Founded in 2003, the Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN) is a non-governmental and non-profit network who has been striving for “Enhancing the Quality of Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region” and "Dissolving Boundaries for a Quality Region".

After 16-year development, APQN has 222 members from 41 countries and territories, becomes the largest and the most influential international organization on higher education in this Region. APQN has played a crucial and unique role in improving the QA mechanism, exchanging theory and practice experiences, promoting substantive co-operations, establishing Consultant Bank, reviewing Asia-Pacific Quality Register(APQR) and Asia-Pacific Quality Label(APQL) in this Region.


A pillar in quality assurance that advances mutual cooperation and recognition in higher education across Southeast Asian region and beyond.


To serve as a platform for collaborative efforts for quality assurance in higher education, capacity building, recognition of qualifications and cross-border mobility throughout the region, and the development of a harmonized regional quality assurance framework.


To enhance and sustain the higher education system in the Southeast Asia region through quality assurance practices;

To seek closer harmonization of the national quality assurance frameworks of the member countries;

To promote and share good practices of quality assurance in higher education in the region;

To collaborate on capacity building of quality assurance in higher education in the region;

To share information on higher education and facilitate exchanges and mutual recognition of qualifications within the region and between it and other part of the world; and

To ensure effective association with other international quality assurance networks and higher education organisations.

Association of Specialized and Professional Accreditors

ASPA is an association of organizations that evaluate the quality of programs in colleges and universities for more than 100 different professions and specialized disciplines – from nursing to architecture, and physical therapy to engineering.


African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education


In order to manage higher education and scientific research issues in member countries, CAMES has more specific missions to:

Promote and foster understanding and solidarity between Member States;

Establish permanent cultural and scientific cooperation between Member States;

Gather and distribute all academic or research documents: theses, statistics, information on exams, directories, annals, rankings, information on job offers and applications from all origins;

Prepare draft conventions between the states concerned in the fields of higher education and research and contribute to the application of these conventions;

Design and promote consultation with a view to coordinating higher education and research systems in order to harmonize the programs and levels of recruitment in the various higher education and research establishments, promote cooperation between the various institutions, as well as information exchange.


The Caribbean Area Network for Quality Assurance in Tertiary Education (CANQATE) was established in 2004 as a sub-network of the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE).

The aims and objectives of CANQATE are compatible with those of INQAAHE whose principal purpose is to “enable members to share information about the maintenance, evaluation, accreditation and improvement of higher education and to disseminate good practices in the field of Quality Assurance”.

Against this background, CANQATE was established primarily as a network of external quality assurance agencies but included government ministries, state agencies, higher education institutions and related entities within the CARICOM region that have an interest in quality assurance capacity building.

CANQATE works to promote capacity building among countries and institutions of higher education and to facilitate regional discourses on policy and research in the fields of quality assurance and quality enhancement whilst engaging policy makers, researchers, evaluators, administrators and faculty in professional development.

Central and Eastern European Network of Quality Assurance in Higher Education

Values & Principles

Membership in the Association is open to organisations which are recognised by the authorities of the respective countries as national or regional agencies in the field of quality assurance in higher education.

In its activity, the agency refers to internationally recognized standards and guidelines for quality assurance in higher education, such as the European Standards and Guidelines (ESG), INQAAHE Guidelines of Good Practice, ECA Code of Good Practice etc.

EQA processes are performed and decisions taken based on clearly established and published procedures and criteria. Generally, the methodologies should consider site visits and a transparent peer review system. Stakeholders’ involvement in EQA activities should be promoted.

The agency applies systematically procedures for internal QA or participates in external assessments that assure transparency, quality and integrity.

East African Higher Education Quality Assurance Network


To become the leading EAC Institution for an exemplary Common Higher Education Area for a prosperous and sustainable East African Community


To encourage and develop mutually beneficial collaboration between Member Universities and between them and Governments and other organisations, both public and private

European Alliance for Subject-Specific and Professional Accreditation & Quality Assurance

Mission and Aims

The European Alliance for Subject-Specific and Professional Accreditation an Quality Assurance (EASPA) is a non-profit association seeking to provide a platform for the cooperation between the European and international quality assurance networks and international organisations in the development and harmonisation of their activities in the field of quality assurance and quality improvement in higher education. It thus contributes towards the development and implementation of the European Higher Education Area. To this end, EASPA provides a collaborative forum for the community of disciplinary, field specific European networks of quality assurance that assess the quality of study programs, schools or professional individuals.

Services and Projects

The European Consortium for Accreditation offers a range of  services to higher education institutions and quality assurance and accreditation agencies. ECA also participates in (EU funded) projects that contribute to the fulfilment of its mission and aims.



The mission of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) is to drive the development of quality assurance by representing agencies internationally, supporting them nationally, and providing them with comprehensive services and networking opportunities. ENQA promotes the enhancement of quality and the development of a quality culture in higher education.

ENQA works to contribute to a European Higher Education Area in which students have access to high quality education and can achieve qualifications that are respected world-wide.

ENQA is open to the diversity of higher education systems and quality assurance approaches and adheres to the following values:

Transparency: ENQA publishes its policies, procedures and criteria for decisions and reports.

Independence: ENQA actively promotes the operational independence of quality assurance agencies and supports the autonomy of higher education institutions.

Collaboration: ENQA works in a consultative manner with its members and affiliates, European partners and fellow associations.

Integrity: ENQA operates with integrity and in a fair, equitable, impartial, objective and professional manner.



ENAEE was founded on 8 February 2006, at the end of the first EUR-ACE® project, by 14 European Associations concerned with engineering education.

It stemmed from ESOEPE, the “European Standing Observatory for the Engineering Profession and Education”, that had been established on 9 September 2000 with the purposes of:

building confidence in systems of accreditation of engineering degree programmes within Europe

facilitating exchange of information

developing voluntary agreements on accreditation of engineering educational programmes and recognition of engineering qualifications and

the development of standards for competency requirements of graduate engineers.

Members of ENAEE are agencies and professional organisations with an interest in the education and formation of engineering professionals.

The European Quality Assurance Network for Informatics Education (EQANIE) is a non-profit association seeking to enhance evaluation and quality assurance of informatics study programmes and education in Europe. It was founded on January 9th, 2009 in Düsseldorf, Germany. It has around a dozen institutional members from countries across Europe. Each institution nominates a representative to the General Assembly, the governing body of EQANIE. The General Assembly appoints members of an Executive Board, responsible for the management of EQANIE activities. The Executive Board appoints a Secretary General who supports these activities.


EQANIE develops criteria and procedures for the evaluation and quality assurance in informatics study programmes and education. Furthermore, it develops and maintains a system for the award of a European quality-label (Euro-Inf) for informatics degree programmes as well as its protection and continued further development. EQANIE provides information about events, activities and publications relevant to quality assurance in informatics education and lists study programmes that have been awarded the Euro-Inf quality label. It maintains contacts and relationships with other European and non-European organisations with similar goals. EQANIE also promotes the development of national and regional accreditation bodies and organises events, seminars, workshops and conferences in its field of activities.


AQAAIW was founded in May 4, 2011 as an association of quality assurance agencies of education and public authorities, responsible for the quality of higher education in the Islamic world. The purpose of AQAAIW is to stimulate and improve the quality of higher education in the Islamic world.


Mission and Values

Pakistan Network of Quality Assurance in Higher Education was launched in the 1st International Conference on Quality Assurance in Higher Education, December 18-19 2017 organized by Khyber Medical University at Peshawar.

In the conference, Quality Enhancement Cell of KMU proposed Pakistan Network of Quality Assurance in Higher Education to provide a platform to QECs of Pakistani HEIs which are established in 170 Universities. The proposal was accepted by almost all the participants from national and international HEIs.

Therefore all the members of the conference were nominated as full members of PNQAHE and interim committee was constituted for the voting process of executive committee of the network. The executive committee was constituted on September 27, 2018 and nomination of other positions of the board was also finalized on the same day.

INQAAHE is a QA community, with shared interests, a common language and an understanding of how things are done with regard to a very specific field of work. It provides a forum for the discussion of global issues that go beyond national or regional boundaries, such as cross border education. 

Members have the opportunity to learn from what others are doing, both from their successes and their failures, and thus have now set the ground for the development of a QA profession.


To strengthen the system of Quality Assurance in Higher Education through filling gap among the Quality Assurance practionners of Higher Education and Stakeholders of Higher Education for the Quality Education provision to bring forward Pakistan in the list of developed countries.


To learn and share successful practices, techniques and procedures applied for Quality Assurance and Enhancement in Higher Education Institutes.

To organize Conferences on Quality Assurance to provide forum for the Researchers and Practioners of Quality Assurance.

To communicate and facilitate the members for accomplishments of Targets set by Quality Assurance Agency, Higher Education Commission for the assurance of Quality Education and National Qualifications framework.

To provide broad spectrum image of Quality Assurance implementation in Universities of Pakistan to the Higher Education Commission Pakistan to facilitate the commission for setting targets and improvement plans of Quality Education for the Public and Private Universities.

To elevate the capability and professional skills Quality Assurance managers in quality enhancement and quality assurance.F. TO highlight the successful practices of Pakistani Universities on Quality Assurance at International Level through sharing feedback with the 

International Agencies.

Develop International forum of Quality Assurance through involvement of International members.


INQAAHE is in official partnership with UNESCO as a Non-Governmental Organizations.

“The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization may make suitable arrangements for consultation and cooperation with non-governmental international organizations concerned with matters within its competence, and may invite them to undertake specific tasks.” (UNESCO’s Constitution)

Since its founding, UNESCO has sought to collaborate with NGOs, which are fundamental civil society partners for the implementation of the Organization’s activities and programmes. Over the years, UNESCO has built up a valuable network of cooperation with NGOs having an expertise in its fields of competence, i.e. education, science, social and human sciences, culture, communication and information.

INQAAHE is among the 373 international NGOs in official partnership with UNESCO.

In addition to this formal framework, the Organization has also been carrying out a range of activities hand in hand with non-government