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What is NAAC Grade Accreditation
What is NAAC Grade Accreditation?

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) is a Government organization in India that conducts the assessment and accreditation of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) for instance colleges and universities and institutions. Know about NAAC accreditation in this blog and it ensures the quality status of the institute.

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) India are of enormous importance of higher education institutions (HEIs). The NAAC qualification helps students find a university based on teaching, learning, research, quality education, governance, management and infrastructure and many more. The NAAC Grade makes it easy for students the value of college prior to admission.

Following are the benefits by universities/colleges after getting accreditation by NAAC Grade:

  1. NAAC supports institutes with resource allocation and planning in internal areas.
  2. Helps institutes implement modern and innovative teaching and learning techniques to raise the level of education.
  3. The Grade assists the university in SWOT analysis by identifying its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats using a standard assessment technique.
  4. Helps promote intra- and inter-organizational communication.
  5. Creates authenticity for the university/college in the eyes of the students.
  6. Helps strengthen collegiality on campus.
  7. NAAC Grade ensures that the university has met all regulatory standards.

The eligibility criteria for NAAC Grade assessment by higher education institutions (HEIs) with evidence of at least two ranks of graduate students or six years, whichever occurs first, are eligible to request the evaluation process.

Institutes are graded under 4 categories, viz. A, B, C & D represent very good, good, satisfactory and unsatisfactory levels respectively.

The final result of the evolution and accreditation based ITC score, which consists of 3 parts: report of the peer team, graphical representation based on quantitative metrics and institutional grade sheet.