The National Accreditation and Assessment Council continue to develop and implement new methods of evaluation for the benefit of students pursuing higher education in the country, said Dr. Devender S Kawday, Deputy Advisor, NAAC.
There are 37.4 million students in higher education in India as of today, and this is an essential asset for the country, he said. While Speaking at the premiere of the two-day UGC-sponsored workshop NAAC – Assessment – Data Verification and Validation Process held in Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (SPMVV).
He said that the National Development, Value-Based Education, Use of the Global Technology Competence, and Quest for Excellence a few new areas where the institutions will be evaluated at the NAAC from now.
Former MP Chinta Mohan flays State, the central government’s failure in AD administration Prof V Uma, Vice-Rector in leading SPMVV, was also present. He said that the purpose of the workshop was aimed at understanding the current status of this university and worked in the area for its repair NAAC score.
Prof Vishnukanth Chatpalli, former advisor, NAAC, said that the agency needs to develop a road map immediately to work on areas that could be improved. Prof Uma Maheswari Devi, IQAC Coordinator, described the theme and purpose of the workshop. Prof K Usha Rani and Prof B Vijayalakshmi, workshop coordinator, faculty members, and others participated in the workshop.
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