Best Practices

Best Practices

The higher educational institutions in India are maintained at a standard level under the assessment and accreditation of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, or NAAC. This autonomous body, established by the UGC, focuses on ensuring quality education and ongoing developments in the field based on a set of predefined criteria and benchmarks.

The academic programmes, facilities, teaching-learning process, research and innovation, governance, leadership, student support services, and other pertinent aspects of anĀ institution are all thoroughly analysed as part of the accreditation process.

Several requirements of the NAAC, like the development of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) and the Self-Study Report (SSR), help in making a comprehensive report on the execution of the facilities provided in institutions. The assessment is periodically reassessed after a cycle of five years to ensure quality and relevance. Apart from the recognition of a higher educational institution, the assessment helps in improving academic and administrative processes, which contribute to enhancing the reputation of Indian educational institutions at the national and international levels.

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