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Naac

  1. 1. NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACRREDITATION COUNCIL NAAC
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  NAAC is an organisation that assesses and accredits higher education institutions in India.  Established in : 1994  Founded by : UGC  Headquartered in : Banglore.  Based on : National Policy in Education (1986)  Policy: “to address the issues of deterioration in quality of education”. POA-1992.
  3. 3. VISION  Contributing to National Development.  Fostering global competencies among students.  Inculcating a value system in students.  Promoting the use of technology.  Quest for excellence.
  4. 4. IMPORTANCE OF INSTITUTIONAL ACCREDITATION.  To know the institution’s strengths, weaknesses and opportunities available.  Certification provides funding agencies objective data for performance funding.  To identify internal areas of planning and resource allocation.  Initiates institutions into innovative and modern methods of pedagogy.  It provides society with reliable information on the quality of education offered in the institution.
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES OF NAAC  To assess and accredit higher education institutions for continuous improvement in the quality of education.  To stimulate the academic environment for quality teaching-learning and research purpose.  To encourage self-evaluation, accountability, autonomy and innovation.  To undertake quality related research study, consultancy and training programmes.  To collaborate with other stakeholders.
  6. 6. FUNCTIONS OF NAAC  Devise and establish mechanism for periodic accreditation and assessment of higher education learning and institution.  Assess the quality of institution through an internationally accepted methodology.  Set rating parameters and criteria for certifying and grading.  Develop an information database to keep abreast with the latest developments.  Recommend norms to be followed for quality improvement in teaching and research.
  7. 7. ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES PEER TEAM REPORT (PTR) • Qualitative part of the outcome. • Objective report. • Evaluative judgements using keywords only. INSTITUTIONAL GRADING • Quantitative part. • Criterion wise quality assessment. • Resulting through Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).
  8. 8. LETTER GRADE -- PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTOR. RANGE OF INSTITUTIONAL CGPA LETTER GRADE STATUS 3.76 – 4.00 A++ ACCREDITED 3.51 – 3.75 A+ ACCREDITED 3.01 – 3.50 A ACCREDITED 2.76 – 3.00 B++ ACCREDITED 2.51 – 2.75 B+ ACCREDITED 2.01 – 2.50 B ACCREDITED 1.51 – 2.00 C ACCREDITED < 1.50 D NOT ACCREDITED * The accreditation status is valid for five years from the date of approval by Executive Committee of the NAAC.
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