Knowledge sharing on NAAC makes institutions wiser


Lucknow: Under the chairmanship of State Governor and Chancellor of State Universities,  Anandiben Patel, a one-day workshop NAAC Sankalp was started at Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow to provide guidance to the institutes affiliated to the university for NAAC Accreditation.

Addressing the principals and directors of the institutions present in the workshop, the Governor said that an environment has developed in the state regarding NAAC evaluation. Universities are getting excellent grading in NAAC. This result has started coming after a lot of effort and hard work.

Now the affiliated institutions also need to prepare to get good grading from NAAC. In such a situation, this workshop is a good initiative of the university. To get grading in NAAC, first of all you have to resolve to do something. This determination alone will be helpful in achieving the task. She said that all the officers working in the university should know the tasks as per their responsibilities.

She said that there is a need to pay attention to all the parameters for NAAC evaluation. In this sequence, the Governor gave valuable suggestions regarding the importance of photographs in preparing SSR report for higher grading in NAAC, importance of mentor-mentee, performance in research and patent etc. and also stressed the need for commercialization of patents. The Governor said that the complaints of the students studying in the institute should be taken timely and resolved after taking their feedback.

She said that apart from the classroom, teachers should prepare and release online lectures so that more and more students can take advantage of them. He said that the lectures of the university should be interesting and the students should maintain their affinity with the university. The Chancellor called it necessary to organize various educational and cultural programs by universities and institutions once a month and participation of teachers and students.

The Governor suggested technical universities to run new industry-based courses and provide training. He said that women, youth and students should be included in the NAAC team of institutions. The Governor said that the universities should review the NAAC presentation of their 10-10 affiliated institutions after two months.
On this occasion, former Director NAAC Prof. AN Rai presented the introductory session for NAAC Assessment and Accreditation.

Prof. Rai said that NAAC is actually the academic audit of universities and higher educational institutions. He said that along with the percentage of education in universities and higher education institutions, the quality should also be increased. In the workshop, presentations were given by experts on all the seven parameters for NAAC evaluation.

The parameters for NAAC evaluation include Professor V.K. Gole on curricular aspects and research, mentoring and extension, Professor Naresh K. Patel on teaching-learning and assessment, student support and progress and governance, leadership and management, Professor K. Rama on infrastructure and teaching resources. , Professor Vandana K. on Institutional Values and Best Practices. Dixit gave a presentation.

Directors and IQAC of 193 institutions from Lucknow, Banda, Jhansi, Kanpur Dehat, Kanpur Nagar, Unnao, Kannauj, Mainpuri, Barabanki, Bareilly, Rae Bareli, Sitapur, Shahjahanpur participated in the workshop. Coordinators participated.

On this occasion, Vice Chancellor Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Prof. Jaiprakash Pandey, Dean of Dharam Singh Desai University, Gujarat, Prof. Naresh K. Patel, Prof. V.L. Gole from Madan Mohan Malviya Technical University, Gorakhpur, Prof. Vandana K. Dixit from HBTU Kanpur, were present in the program. Professor K. Rama, former advisor of online NAAC Bengaluru, directors of affiliated institutions, and IQAC chief etc. were present.


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