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NAAC

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17 ANNUAL REPORT
2010-2011

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL


(An Autonomous Institution of the University Grants Commission)
P. O. Box. No. 1075, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560072
Published by:
The Director
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
P.O. Box No. 1075, Nagarbhavi,
Bangalore - 560 072, India.

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Contents
1. Introduction............................................................................................... 1
1.1 Prelude................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 NAAC: Objectives............................................................................................... 4
1.3 Structure of NAAC............................................................................................. 5
2. Council and Committee Members............................................................ 6
3. Academic Activities................................................................................... 18
3.1 Introduction.......................................................................................................... 18
3.2 Programmes at Headquarters ........................................................................... 20
3.3 Northern Region.................................................................................................. 30
3.4 Eastern and North Eastern Region.................................................................. 32
3.5 Western Region.................................................................................................... 34
3.6 Southern Region................................................................................................... 35
3.7 International Academic Activities..................................................................... 36
3.8 Library and Information Centre ...................................................................... 38
3.9 Staff participation ............................................................................................... 39
3.10 Awards................................................................................................................... 45
4. Future Plans............................................................................................... 46
5. Administrative Activities............................................................................ 49
6. Finance and Accounts............................................................................... 52
7. Annexures .................................................................................................
7.1 Staff of NAAC ................................................................................................... 68
7.2 Calendar of Meetings.......................................................................................... 70
7.3 International Visitors to NAAC........................................................................ 71
7.4 List of Institutions Accredited by NAAC ...................................................... 72
7.5 List of Publications ............................................................................................ 105
7.6 List of HEIs sanctioned financial assistance by NAAC .............................. 106
7.7 Bar Diagram.......................................................................................................... 108
Photo Gallery …………………………………………………………...………. 109
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1 Introduction
1.1 Prelude
As an outcome of the ideas contained in the National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986 and Programme
of Action (POA), 1992, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) was established in
16th September 1994 as a creative idea to give positive thrust in the direction of quality enhancement of
the Indian Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). It is highly motivating to know that NAAC has almost
become synonymous with quality in higher education in India. NAAC has touched every stakeholder to
higher education in one way or the other, either directly or indirectly. 'Quality' has become the buzzword
on the academic campuses today and it is a matter of great satisfaction for those visionaries who made
space for NAAC, worked day-in and day-out to realize the vision with which NAAC was brought into
existence. It is not only the time for euphoria for all the people connected with NAAC in one way or the
other but also time for introspection, innovation and improvement.

It is irrefutable that the pace of growth in the higher education sector in India is inimitable in terms
of the number of Universities, Colleges, students, teachers, courses, aspirations of the stakeholders and
the sheer volume of the 'unreached'. Further it is unassailable that the mere improvement in the numbers
does not ensure the creation of the necessary 'resource pool' that is expected of the higher education
system in India. It is a welcome feature that the system is evolving, expanding, fine-tuning, and attempts
to 'perne in a gyre' to match the satisfaction of the stakeholders.

In a country where the landscape of higher education is extremely mosaic while it continuously tries
to evolve and bring in complexities into the system, it is a dynamic world and every process that is
developed either to make value addition to this system or to evaluate this system should be dynamic,
relevant and customized. At a time when altogether unexpected and novel changes take place to cater to
the stakeholder satisfaction in the Indian higher education system, it is imminent that highly dynamic
systems have to be evolved for measuring quality.

It is highly important that quality assurance and sustenance activities need constant monitoring and
motivation for the furtherance of the operations. As there are indications/reports that the academic is
prone to inertia and indifference can creep in to the system (Harway & Williams, 2012), it is necessary that
the processes are repeated and the in-house mechanisms are devised to keep the system ever awake. With
this in mind, the NAAC conceptualized the concept of Internal Quality Assurance cells (IQAC) and it is
mandatory for accredited HEIs.
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During the post accreditation period, IQAC of an institution was envisioned with specific goals. It
has to guide and monitor not only the sustenance but also enhancement of quality related process. The
important objective of this is to internalize quality assurance process in all dimensions of the institution,
both at the policy and implementation levels. The Re-accreditation needs to look at the process and
practices that the institutions have developed for such monitoring and motivation, but the process of
accreditation should not be merely repetitive or ritualistic.

It is exciting to know that NAAC enters and exhilarating phase as Higher Education Institutions
come knocking at the doors of NAAC as they enter the third cycle of assessment and accreditation.
Through its consistent and conscious efforts NAAC has assumed the role of a 'quality facilitator' in spite
of extreme hardship. It is a reality that the stakeholders of higher education understand the importance
of self-assessment and accept the peer evaluation by NAAC. Lot of thinking had to go in to developing
the processes and told that would be acceptable, relevant and purpose serving.

As NAAC begins the third cycle of accreditation, the very process of accreditation and re-
accreditation should be exciting both for the institution and the assessors. Accreditation status is no
doubt necessary for value addition to the existence of an institution but it should also motivate the
stakeholders to continuously improve the systems for quality enhancement. It is also true that the
institutions have to really strive hard to sustain the accreditation status for many years to come. In a highly
volatile system, where diversities and complexities dominate, it becomes inevitable that time-sensitive
strategies are developed to attain, sustain and enhance quality in all the components of an academic
institution.

Accreditation status should without question give rise to healthy competition among HEIs, and the
innovations that these institutions make should become part of the national treasure and now any
evaluation mechanism should focus on the abilities of an institution to demonstrate leadership in any
self-defined area. During the third cycle of accreditation the HEIs that have achieved a benchmark
should guide other non-accredited institutions to get the benefit of the practices and processes already
experimented upon. They should give a proof of their social responsibility and the ability to share and
care. The accredited institutions should be beacons of light.

NAAC has made a tremendous impact on Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) which is evident
from the number of quality assurance seminars and workshops that have been conducted in the year
2010-2011 in order to achieve its objectives. Hitherto, the NAAC has conducted awareness programs in
almost all States and this has triggered many regional level and district level activities.

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The success of NAAC is measured by the number of Colleges 4371 and Universities 161 assessed
and accredited.

The process of accreditation has created a tremendous momentum among the academia on issues
pertaining to quality and this has largely been due to the partnership between NAAC and the State
governments. As per the guidelines and suggestions of NAAC, all the 28 States, have established
State Level Quality Assurance Cells (QACs) and State Level Quality Assurance Coordination
Committees (SLQACCs) at the State Level. In case of National Capital Territory and 6 union
Territories i.e., NCT of Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli,
Daman and Diu, Lakshadweep and Pondicherry, the colleges are minimal, hence the Directorate/
Commissionerate of Higher Education of the respective UTs take care. NAAC has sponsored and
participated in many seminars, conferences and workshops in order to achieve its mandate.

NAAC is the member of the International Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education
(INQAAHE) and a founder-member of Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN).

1.2 NAAC: Objectives

The objectives of NAAC is to assess and accredit institutions of higher learning, universities and
colleges or one or more of their units, i.e., departments, schools, institutions, programmes, etc.

The main objectives of assessment and accreditation are to:


a) grade institutions of higher education and their programmes;
b) stimulate the academic environment and quality of teaching and research in these institutions;
c) help institutions realise their academic objectives;
d) promote necessary changes, innovations and reforms in all aspects of the institutions working
for the above purpose;
e) encourage innovations, self evaluation and accountability in higher education.
In order to meet its mandate NAAC will:
a) Review periodically and revise and update as and when considered necessary in the light of
experience gained the techniques and modalities of assessment;
b) Communicate the results of assessment and grading to the concerned institution in a form
and manner appropriate for corrective action, rectification and self improvement;

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c) Help and encourage the institutions in developing their own procedures, techniques and
modalities for self evaluation;
d) Initiate research studies, in planning and evaluation of educational institutions, programmes
etc.;
e) Ensure an optimised use of resources and the achievement of the identified goals of
institutions of higher learning;
f) NAAC may collaborate with institutions, Indian and foreign, engaged in work of a similar
nature and may also undertake on request assessment and accreditation of institutions of
higher education, abroad.

1.3 Structure of NAAC

NAAC's working is governed by the General Council (GC) and the Executive Committee (EC) on which
University Grants Commission (UGC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of
Human Resource Development (MHRD), Association of Indian Universities (AIU), Universities,
Colleges and other professional institutions are represented. Senior academics and educational
administrators are nominated as members on these two bodies.

The lists of General Council, Executive Committee, Academic Advisory Committee, Appeals
Committee and the Finance Committee members are given in the following chapter.

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2 Council Members
2.1 General Council
1. Prof. Sukhadeo Tharat
Chairman (06.02.2006 to 05.02.2011)
University Grants Commission
Bhadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi-110002
(President of General Council - Chairperson of UGC)

Prof. Ved Prakash (from 06.02.2011)


Chairman
University Grants Commission
Bhadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi-110002
(President of General Council - Chairperson of UGC)

2. Prof. Goverdhan Mehta (from 15.03.2009 to 14.03.2012)


Chairman,EC- NAAC
CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow
Department of Organic Chemistry
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore-560 012, Karnataka

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3. Prof. Ved Prakash


Vice-Chairman (from 08.05.2009)
University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002

4. Ms. Vibha Puri Das (from 24.11.2009)


Secretary , Department of Education
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi –110 001

5. Dr. (Mrs.) Niloufer A Kazmi (from March 2010)


Secretary
University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002

6. Dr. M P Ravindra (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Advisor- Education and Research
Infosys Technologies Limited
Hosur Road, Bangalore 560100

7. Prof . K. Ramamurthy Naidu (20.03.2008 to 19.03.2011)


Commission Member, UGC
Flat No. G-5, Mountview Apartments
Door No.8 3-269/3/5 & 11
Road No.2 Banjara Hills
Hyderabad-500034

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8. Prof. B. Hanumaiah (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)


Vice-Chancellor
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
Vidya Vihar, Raebareli Road
Lucknow-226 025

9. Dr. D.P. Singh (02/02/2007 to 01/02/2010)


Vice-Chancellor
Banaras Hindu University
Varanasi-221005

Professor Sudhanshu Bhushan (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Professor & Head
Department of Higher & Professional Education (DHPE)
National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA)
17-B, Sri Aurobindo Marg
New Delhi -110 016 (India)

10. Prof. Deepak Pental (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)


Vice-Chancellor
University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007.

Prof. A.S. Brar (24/05/2011 to 23/05/2014)


Vice-Chancellor
Guru Nanak Dev University
Amritsar-143005

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11. Prof. A. M. Pathan (02/02/2007 to 01/02/2010)


Vice-Chancellor
Maulana Azad National Urdu University
Gachibowli, Hyderabad – 500032, Andhra Pradesh

Prof. R C Sobti (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Vice-Chancellor
Panjab University
Chandigarh-160014.

12. Dr. J.K. Mohapatra (02/02/2007 to 01/02/2010)


Deptt. of Political Science
Berhampur University
Bhanja Vihar, Berhampur-760007, Orissa

Prof. R.P. Kaushik, JNU (Retd) (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Former member, UGC
Former Ambassador of India to Jurkmenistan
G 19/19, DLF Phase 1
Gurgaon, Haryana-122002

13. Dr. Pramila Maini (16/10/2007 to 15/10/2010)


Director
Institute for Excellence in Higher Education
Kaliasot Dam,
Kolar Road, Bhopal-16

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Rev. Dr. Sebastian Anand SJ (24/05/2011 to 23/05/2014)


Principal
St. Joseph's College (Autonomous)
Thepakullam Stop Chathiram Bus Stand,
Tiruchirappalli-620002. Tamilnadu
14. Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)
Deputy Advisor, NAAC
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka
15. Dr. V. Prasad Kodali (18/10/2007 to 17/10/2010)
Ex Adviser,
Dept. of Electronics, GOI
49, Nava Nirman Nagar
Jubilee Hills, Road 71
Hyderabad-500 033
Prof. A. P. Padhi (08/12/2010 to 07/12/2013)
(Former VC, Berhampur University)
Residence:
Shantinagar,
Behind Shirdi. Sai Mandir Danipali Road,
Budharaja,
Sambalpur-768004, Orissa
16. Prof. Beena Shah (from 14.07.2009)
Secretary General
Association of Indian Universities
AIU House, 16 Kotla Marg
New Delhi-110002
(Ex-Officio Member: The Secretary General of Indian Universities - AIU)

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17. Dr. P. Balaram (20/04/2009 to 19/04/2012)


Director
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore-560012

18. Dr. Surabhi Banerjee (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)


Vice-Chancellor
Central University of Orissa
Type “C” Block-4, At/Po- Gajapati Nagar
(Near Sainik School)
Bhubaneswar-751017
Orissa

19. Prof. Deepak Pental (17/10/2007 to 16/10/2010)


Vice-Chancellor
University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007.

20. Dr. (Ms.) Kamal Singh (20/04/2009 to 19/04/2012)


Vice-Chancellor
Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University
Amravati-444602

(Nominated Members: Four Vice-Chancellors (2 from the state Universities, one each
from the central and deemed to be universities)

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21. Dr. T. Chinnaraj Joseph Jaikumar (17/10/2007 to 16/10/2010)


Principal & Secretary
The American College
Tallakunam, Madurai-625 002.

22. Dr. Sr Doris D'Souza A.C. (17/10/2007 to 16/10/2010)


Principal, Patna Women's College
Bailey Road, Patna-800 001.

23. Dr. R.B. Bawadhankar (17/10/2007 to 16/10/2010)


Principal
Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's
Dhananjayrao Gadgil College of Commerce,
Satara-415 001.

24. Dr. Sanjeev Ghosh (from March 2008)


Principal, Presidency College
86/1, College Street, Kolkata-700 073.
(Nominated Members: Four Principals - Affiliated/Autonomous Colleges)

25. Prof. H.A. Ranganath (18/8/2008 to 17/8/2013)


Director
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka
(Director of the NAAC as Member-Secretary)

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2.2 Executive Committee

1. Prof. Goverdhan Mehta (from 15.03.2009 to 14.03.2012)


Chairman,EC- NAAC
CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow
Department of Organic Chemistry
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore-560 012, Karnataka

2. Prof. Ved Prakash


Vice-Chairman (from 08.05.2009)
University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002

3. Ms. Vibha Puri Das (from 24.11.2009)


Secretary , Department of Education
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi –110 001

4. Dr. (Mrs. ) Niloufer A Kazmi (from March 2010)


Secretary
University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002

5. Dr. M P Ravindra (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Advisor- Education and Research
Infosys Technologies Limited
Hosur Road, Bangalore 560100

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6. Prof . K. Ramamurthy Naidu (20.03.2008 to 19.03.2011)


Commission Member, UGC
Flat No. G-5, Mountview Apartments
Door No.8 3-269/3/5 & 11
Road No.2 Banjara Hills
Hyderabad-500034

7. Prof. B. Hanumaiah (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)


Vice-Chancellor
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
Vidya Vihar, Raebareli Road
Lucknow-226 025

8. Dr. D.P. Singh (02/02/2007 to 01/02/2010)


Vice-Chancellor
Banaras Hindu University
Varanasi-221005

Professor Sudhanshu Bhushan (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Professor & Head
Department of Higher & Professional Education (DHPE)
National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA)
17-B, Sri Aurobindo Marg
New Delhi -110 016 (India)

9. Prof. Deepak Pental (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)


Vice-Chancellor
University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007.

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Prof. A.S. Brar (24/05/2011 to 23/05/2014)


Vice-Chancellor
Guru Nanak Dev University
Amritsar-143005

10. Prof. A. M. Pathan (02/02/2007 to 01/02/2010)


Vice-Chancellor
Maulana Azad National Urdu University
Gachibowli, Hyderabad – 500032, Andhra Pradesh

Prof. R C Sobti (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Vice-Chancellor
Panjab University
Chandigarh-160014.

11. Dr. J.K. Mohapatra (02/02/2007 to 01/02/2010)


Deptt. of Political Science
Berhampur University
Bhanja Vihar, Berhampur-760007, Orissa

Prof. R.P. Kaushik, JNU (Retd) (22/03/2010 to 21/03/2013)


Former member, UGC
Former Ambassador of India to Jurkmenistan
G 19/19, DLF Phase 1
Gurgaon, Haryana-122002

12. Dr. Pramila Maini (16/10/2007 to 15/10/2010)


Director
Institute for Excellence in Higher Education
Kaliasot Dam, Kolar Road, Bhopal-16

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Rev. Fr. Dr. Sebastian Anand sj (024/05/2011 to 23/05/2014)


Principal
St. Joseph's College (Autonomous)
Thepakullam Stop Chathiram Bus Stand,
Tiruchirappalli-620002. Tamilnadu

13. Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar (03/11/2008 to 02/11/2011)


Deputy Advisor, NAAC
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka

14. Dr. V. Prasad Kodali (18/10/2007 to 17/10/2010)


Ex Adviser,
Dept. of Electronics, GOI
49, Nava Nirman Nagar
Jubilee Hills, Road 71
Hyderabad-500 033

Prof. A. P. Padhi (08/12/2010 to 07/12/2013)


(Former VC, Berhampur University)
Residence:
Shantinagar, Behind Shirdi. Sai Mandir Danipali Road, Budharaja,
Sambalpur-768004, Orissa

15. Prof. H.A. Ranganath (18/8/2008 to 17/8/2013)


Director
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka
(Director of the NAAC as Member-Secretary)

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2.3 Finance Committee


1. Prof. Goverdhan Mehta (from 15.03.2009 to 14.03.2012)
Chairman, EC- NAAC
CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow
Department of Organic Chemistry
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore-560 012, Karnataka

2. Dr. (Mrs.) Niloufer A Kazmi (from March 2010)


Secretary
University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002

3. The Financial Adviser


University Grants Commission
Bahadurshah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002
(Ex-officio Member)

4. Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar (22.08.2008 to 21.08.2011)


Dy. Adviser, NAAC
Bangalore

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5. Prof K.Ramamurthy Naidu 12.02.2009 to 11.02.2012)


Commission Member, UGC
Flat No. G-5,Mountview Apartments
Door No.8 3-269/3/5 & 11
Road No.2 Banjara Hils
Hyderabad-500034

6. Mr. J. Alexander, IAS (Retd) (03.11.2008 to 02.11.2011)


Former Chief Secretary
Government of Karnataka
H. No. 507, CMH Road
Indiranagar, Bangalore-560 038.

7. Prof. H.A. Ranganath (18/8/2008 to 17/8/2013)


Director
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka
(Director of the NAAC as Member-Secretary)

8. The Finance Officer Non-member secretary


NAAC
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka

9. The Administrative Officer


NAAC
Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka

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2.4 Appeals Committee


(from 21 November 2008 to 20 November 2010)

Prof. Shamim Jairajpuri Chairman


Former Vice-Chancellor,
Maulana Azad National Urdu University
Department of Zoology
Aligarh Muslim University
Aligarh-202 002
Uttar Pradesh

Prof. Rupa B. Shah Member


Former VC, SNDT Women's University
No. 19, Mathruchaya
5th Floor, 70 Marine Drive
Next to Bank of Baroda
Mumbai-400 020
Maharashtra

Prof. Suranjan Das Member


Vice-Chancellor
University of Calcutta
87/1, College Street,
Kolkata-700 073
West Bengal

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Prof. R. K. Kale Member


Professor
School of Life Sciences
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Mehrauli Road,
New Delhi-11 0067

Dr. Jagannath Patil Member Convenor


Deputy Adviser,
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Bangalore-560072
Karnataka

Appeals Committee
(from 6th January 2011 to 5th January 2013)

Prof. Anil K. Bhatnagar Chairman


(Former Vice-Chancellor, Pondicherry University)
CSIR-Chair Professor
School of Physics,
University of Hyderabad,
Central Univ. P.O.
Hyderabad – 500 046

Prof. S. K. Saidapur Member


(Former Vice Chancellor, Karnatak University)
No. 108, Shripad Nagar, Sapthapur,
Dharwad – 580 001, Karnataka

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Prof. Suranjan Das Member


Vice-Chancellor
University of Calcutta
87/1, College Street,
Kolkata-700 073
West Bengal

Prof. B.K. Thelma Member


Head, Dept. of Genetics
University of Delhi South Campus
Benito Juarez Road
Delhi - 110021.

Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar Member Convenor


Deputy Adviser,
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Bangalore-560072, Karnataka

2.5 Committee for Recommending IEQA

1. Prof. H. A. Ranganath Chairman


Director, NAAC

2. Prof. S. P. Thyagarajan Member


Former VC, University of Madras,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu

3. Dr. N. Jayasankaran Member (till 12th CRIEQA)


Former VC, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa
Mahavidyalaya, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu

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Prof. B. S. Sonde Member (from 13th CRIEQA)


Former VC, Goa University, Goa

4. Dr. K. N. Pushpalatha Member


Principal,
B S V Arts & Commerce College for Women
Vijayanagar, Bangalore

5. Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar Member Convener


th
Deputy Adviser, NAAC (till 16 January 2011)

Dr. Jagannath Patil Member Convener


Deputy Adviser, NAAC (from 17th January 2011)

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3 Academic Activities
3.1 Introduction
The prime agenda of NAAC is to assess and accredit Institutions of Higher Learning. During the year
2010-2011, NAAC has assessed and accredited 586 HEIs which include 277 Colleges for Accreditation;
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293 Colleges for Re-Accreditation; 1 College for 3 Cycle; and 2 Universities for Accreditation; 14
Universities for Re-Accreditation (kindly see annexure 7.4).

NAAC is in constant collaboration with the State Governments by establishing Quality Assurance Cell
(QAC) and State Level Quality Assurance Coordination Committee (SLQACC) in each State. All 28
States have established QAC and NAAC is supporting this endeavor. This Cell not only focuses on the
preparation of the Colleges to undergo the processes of assessment and accreditation, but also conducts
many post accreditation quality sustenance and quality enhancement programmes. Many quality
improvement, programmes have been organized jointly by NAAC and QAC of States for Colleges.

The vision, mission and core objectives of the NAAC as stated are Quality Assurance in Higher
Education. Assessment and Accreditation is the tool in reaching these objectives. NAAC academic
activities may be viewed at two levels one is the Awareness programmes on Assessment and
Accreditation and the other is the Post Accreditation Programmes. The awareness / promotional
programmes explains the policy, direction and guidelines of MHRD, UGC and NAAC for the process of
Assessment and Accreditation. The post accreditation programmes on quality sustenance and quality
enhancement are by means of sharing of Best Practices and preparing an Annual Quality Assurance
Report (AQAR) by the functional Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) in each accredited College and
University. From the XI plan onwards NAAC propagates creation and establishment of IQAC in all
HEIs, especially for those HEIs who volunteers to the process of A&A for the first time through
Institutional Eligibility for Quality Assessment (IEQA).

A programme or an activity may be a seminar, conference, workshop, symposium at the local, state,
regional, national or international level. These activities are organized by NAAC in collaboration with the
State Governments, QACs, UGC-Academic Staff Colleges, Universities, or Colleges. Some of the
activities are conducted by NAAC at the Headquarters itself (kindly see section 3.2). In addition to this,
NAAC also sponsor's many academic activities in the form of seminars, workshops, conferences, etc to

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accredited Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). Either a NAAC staff or NAAC representative is
present as a resource person in most of the programmes across the country. NAAC also constantly
review its mechanisms, procedures and methodology. In addition to this, NAAC brings out quality
publications in collaboration with International agencies, research projects funded external agencies and
NAAC academic staff participate in these activities.

NAAC is regularly represented by its academic staff to International and National Quality Assurance
Agencies for sharing and exchange of practices (kindly see section 3.7 and annexure 7.3).

A select brief of the academic activities across the country during the period 2010-2011 is given below in
the chronological order region-wise (kindly see section 3.3 to 3.6).

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3.2 Programmes at Headquarters


NAAC Campus Dedicated to the Service of Higher Education to the Country by Honourable
Union Minister Shri Kapil Sibal, Minister for Human Resource Development, Government of
st
India during his visit to NAAC on 1 May 2010.

- Excerpts of the speech

Chairman of UGC Prof. Thorat, Chairman of the Executive Committee, Prof Goverdhan Mehta,
Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development Ms Viba Puri Das, Director, NAAC, Prof.
Ranganath, distinguished Vice Chancellors present here, distinguished Members of the General
Council, distinguished Members of the Academic Staff, distinguished Members of the Media, ladies and
Gentleman.

As I entered this building I noticed the architecture of this building, I said to myself, that this is how
Higher Education should be and the architecture of Higher Education should be. Open, Transparent,
allowing the winds of change and achieving the level of excellence that is part of this great architectural
structure, so congratulation for the campus, Thank you very much for giving us the architecture that we
need to replicate in the education sector.

Accreditation is perhaps the most important element in achieving level of excellence. Without
accreditation there are no benchmarks on the basis of which you can judge quality. Unfortunately we as a
nation in the last 62 years have not embraced accreditation as a process through which we can achieve the
level of excellence as we need to, as we move forward in the 21st century to compete in the globalised
world.

We do not want that institutions of dubious quality start imparting education to our children, especially
when we need to inform the world that, we are ready for the change, that we are committed to, that we are
ready to compete with the rest of the world in higher education.

I don't hear the voice of academic community in any debate in India and I wish and wonder why? We are
setting a frame work in the education sector to change the environment so that the academic community
acquires local flexibility and the freedom that they need in order to build the excellence to compete with
the rest of the world and yet I don't hear the voice of that academic community.

I am coming to a city which has a very high quality educational institution and very high quality private
investment in the area of science and technology and whereas in the public sector this is in a sense,

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knowledge Mecca of India. And if the Mecca and voice of the Mecca of knowledge is not heard, I don't
think the debate will be rich enough to move forward. There are lots of challenges that we have to meet
and one of the biggest challenge is that we have to meet and look forward in the number of universities
that will have to be setup.

NAAC is the ideal institution which has now been able to, in a sense develop process or to determine is to
what Quality Accreditation is all about, Assessment and Accreditation is all about, as we move forward in
the government ratio moves from 12.4% to 30% which is what we intend to do in 2020, we will need not
less that 800 universities, we will need not less than 35 to 40 thousand more colleges than the existing
colleges which are 22 thousand in number. Who is going to regulate them? Who is going to address the
issues of quality?

And we need to assess and accredit the wide variety of institution in which perhaps we don't have the
necessary human resource that's available. How do you then give enormous diversity of institution that
are going to come up in the near future? Do we have a relatively large quality human resource base which
is viewed with the integrity to deal with that institutions. So Accreditation is at the heart of many of the
trusts that is going to take place in the education sector as we a move forward. Therefore while we debate
and discuss the constitution of the National Council for Higher Education and Research. We should be
discussing the Variant issue in Education which today our page one and what ever pass the page one in 62
years, you have a great opportunity but you also have a great responsibility and therefore take on that
challenge.

I am absolutely convinced, that whether we like it or not India is destined to be a leader in education to
the rest of the world and we need to evolve our own methodology and systems of quality accreditation
much unlike the systems that has been adopted by some agencies around the world which assess quality
through out the world on basis precessions which has no relevance tothe real world. Therefore NAAC
should evolve Global Quality Certification Standards, which will determine on the objective base as to
which are those institutions which should be part of those quality institutions in the world. And I am sure
NAAC is up to the task and we wish in a very short time get that criteria in stake for us to ourselves.

Now with the National Accreditation Authority, this is compulsory. Every higher education will have to
go through the accreditation process, even the new state universities that are going to be setup. But if the
state itself setup mechanism internal and institutions that itself sets up mechanism internally, each
institution which set up a quality Assurance mechanism, which then can be provided to the accreditation
authority as an internal assessment of the institution in terms of quality.

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The real wealth of the nation is acquisition of intangible assets, and intangible assets are assets of mind,
assets of creativity, assets which cannot be touched and cannot be sensed. Those are the real assets of the
nation. NAAC will provide a mechanism not to test those assets those non intangible assets that make up
the wealth of the nation.

I congratulate NAAC for this beautiful architectural design. I congratulate NAAC for what ever is done
in the past, Ithink since 1994, that is the time when it is started and it is 2010. And I think is a very short
journey, 16 years is no journey in the life of any institution. But what I have seen and what NAAC has
done in the last 16 years makes me believe, in fact I am convinced, if we Indians make up our minds, what
others took 200 years to achieve, we shall do it within 20 years.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Delegation from Government of Karnataka

A delegation from Karnataka School Quality Assessment Organisation (KSQAO) visited NAAC on 16
June 2010. The delegation comprised Mr. M. N. Baig, Director (Examinations), Mr. K. R. Udayashankar,
Deputy Director, Mr. M.Suresh, Assistant Programme Officer and Mrs. Ragavi Nayak, Assistant
Programme Officer. The purpose of the delegation was to get acquainted with the procedure of NAAC
and its experiences in building the organisation. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC welcomed and
briefed the quality assurance techniques by NAAC. Mr. M. N. Baig explained the activities of KSQAO
accreditation of Primary and Secondary schools in the state of Karnataka on the lines of NAAC.
Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser gave a presentation on NAAC's process. Assistant Advisers -
Mr. B.S.Ponmudiraj, Dr. Ganesh Hegde and Dr. Sujata Shanbhag participated. The visit was coordinated
by Dr.Patil.

QAC Meet

A meeting of Commissioners/Directors/Heads of State Quality Assurance Cells was organized by


NAAC on 21 June 2010 at NAAC office, Bangalore. NAAC had invited 30 states for the meeting and
representatives of 19 states namely Karnataka, Manipur, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Arunachal
Pradesh, Sikkim, Chhattisgarh, Tripura, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Jammu and Kashmir,
Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarkhand, Punjab & Haryana attended the programme.
Prof. H. A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC welcomed the participants and highlighted the support given by
the NAAC for workshops, seminar, SQACs and the financial support extended to the accredited

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institutions for conducting Workshops/ Seminars and Symposia for Quality Enhancement and
Sustenance. Prof. S.P. Thyagarajan, former Vice-Chancellor, University of Madras, shared the study
conducted by him on the quality gap of the accredited institutions and highlighted the gaps between the
highly rated institutions and average institutions. The representatives for different states highlighted the
priorities of the state Governments and elaborated on the steps taken up by the respective state
Governments to give thrust to quality achievement, sustenance and enhancement. A few of them threw
light on issues and concerns related to specific geographical locations and sought financial support from
NAAC for setting up/improving QACs in their states. NAAC advisers shared their experiences and
requested the State Quality Assurance Cells to be in touch with the regional coordinators. The QAC meet
was coordinated by Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser and Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser.

Interaction with His Excellency, the Governor of Karnataka

Dr. Hans Raj Bharadwaj, His Excellency, the Governor of Karnataka, visited NAAC on 22 June 2010.
Prof. Goverdhan Mehta, Chairman, EC, NAAC and Prof. H.A.Ranganath, Director, NAAC welcomed
His Excellency, the Governor of Karnataka. The Director gave an overview of NAAC activities. His
Excellency, the Governor of Karnataka delved at length on various issues concerning quality of
education. He emphasized the need to reinforce the basic values like honesty and respect among the
teachers. He applauded the vision of NAAC and advised NAAC to popularise the quality culture. Dr
Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser, NAAC coordinated the activity. Academic staff of NAAC attended the
meeting, which was followed by brief visit to the various facilities at the campus.

16th Foundation Day of NAAC

The NAAC had organised a one-day Discussion Meeting on "Quality Issues and Challenges for
Accreditation" to mark the Foundation Day on 16 September, 2010. Prof. Goverdhan Mehta, Chairman,
EC, NAAC in his inaugural address threw light on Issues of Quality in Higher Education, role and
challenges of NAAC. The effectiveness of NAAC methodology depends on professionalism of
assessors, he opined. Prof Mehta pointed out that Quality is an emerging issue and NAAC's role in
management of quality assumes great significance in the days to come. Prof. H.A. Ranganath, Director,
NAAC while welcoming the delegates made a presentation on "NAAC Journey so far”. Shri Pawan
Agarwal, lAS, made a presentation on "Quality Strategy for India Higher Education”. He highlighted the
accreditation strategies and challenges of higher education in different countries and lessons to be learnt.
He also stressed that incentives may help to improve the quality of Indian Higher Education rather than
coercion and penalties. Around fifty eminent educationists participated in the discussion. They also felt

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that NAAC may develop region specific indexes as equity and access is also important. Eminent
Academicians namely Prof Madhav Menon, Prof Anil K Bhatnagar, Prof. Deshpande, Prof Venkata
Rao, Prof Veena R Mistry, Prof Mazumdar and a host of other academicians participated in the
discussion meeting and threw light on a variety of topics related to quality. Mr. B. S. Madhukar, Deputy
Adviser and Dr. Sujata Shanbhag, Assistant Adviser coordinated the meeting.

NAAC believes that the quality of the assessment depends on the quality of the Assessors. In view of
this, NAAC has decided to empanel some of the best experts in the field for helping NAAC in
Assessment and Accreditation exercise. As a prelude to empanelling assessors, the NAAC organised a
series of Assessors' Interaction Meetings (AIM) at NAAC. The programmes were aimed at providing an
insight to the experts on the NAACs philosophy, process of assessment and accreditation and evaluation
framework. The programmes engaged the experts through simulation exercises, role plays and group
work, thus making it interactive and educative. In all, around 200 assessors attended the meeting from
across the country. The experts were drawn from various disciplines like Basic Science, Humanities, Law,
Social Sciences, Medical, Nursing, Dental, Pharmacy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Physiotherapy, Allied and
Paramedical, Teacher Education, Engineering, Languages, etc.

Engineering and Technology - AIM

Assessors Interaction Meeting for Engineering and Technology faculty was held on 4 and 5 October
2010 at NAAC Around 27 participants from fifteen states from across the country including premier
institutions like IISc, IIT Delhi, Kharagpur, Mumbai, Roorkee, Banaras Hindu University and other
reputed Universities in the Country participated in the programme. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, Director,
NAAC welcomed the participants and elaborated on a wide range of quality issues with respect to the
assessment of Engineering and Technology institutions. Dr. M. Anandakrishnan, former VC, Anna
University, former Vice-Chairman, TANSCHE and presently Chairman-IIT Kanpur spoke on Quality
Assurance in Higher Education: Accreditation as a Tool for Quality Improvement. Prof. A. Sridharan,
Former Deputy Director & Adviser, IISc spoke on NAAC Methodology of Accreditation and Grading.
Prof. B. S. Sonde, Former VC, Goa University and former professor at IISc, spoke on Report Writing and
Grading; Challenges and Opportunities of an Assessor. All academic staff of NAAC were also resource
persons for the AIM. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser, co-ordinated the programme.

UGC-ASCs AIM

Assessors Interaction Meeting of Academic Staff Colleges was held at NAAC on October 31, 2010.
Prof. Ranganath, Director, NAAC welcomed the delegates and in his inaugural address informed the

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delegates that the Ministry of Human Resource Development has entrusted NAAC with the
responsibility of reviewing the performance of Academic Staff Colleges (ASC). The AIM was attended
by about twenty six Vice Chancellors across the country. He further said that NAAC has initiated the
process of developing the Methodology as the Chairman, NAAC has constituted the committee with
the responsibility of preparing the manual and guidelines and the outcome of the committee's work has
been circulated among the stakeholders for comments and suggestions. Dr. Ranganath intended to
enlist the support of the ASCs in completing the process as there were 66 ASCs covering about 26 states.
He further informed that 1,04,636 faculty have received the benefit of the Orientation Programme
where as 2,57,301 teachers have attended the Refresher Course. Prof. Mariamma A. Varghese and Prof.
S.P. Thyagarajan briefed the members on the reviewing process.The methodology, scoring pattern,
report writing, selection of peers, and duration of the review were discussed and overall the manual,
guidelines and other details were accepted during the interaction. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser
coordinated the meeting.

Health Sciences - AIM

Assessors' Interaction Meeting (AIM) was organised during 3-4 November 2010 especially focussed on
Health Science Institutions across the country. Health Science Institutions including AIMS-New Delhi,
PGIMER-Chandigarh, IMSBHU-Varanasi, NIMS-Hyderabad, JIPMER- Pondicherry and NIMHANS
Bangalore, etc, were among the invited experts. The interactive meet invited experts from various
disciplines like Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Nursing, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, etc. Dr. S.
Chandrashekhar Shetty, former Vice Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and Prof.
Bharat .c. Chapparwal, former Vice Chancellor, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya were invited as the
external resource persons forthe workshop. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC, gave an overview
of NAAC and conducted the proceedings of AIM. All academic staff of NAAC were also resource
persons for the AIM. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser coordinated the programme.

General - AIM

The Assessors' Interaction Meeting was held during November 23-24, 2010 at NAAC, Bangalore. Prof.
H. A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC welcomed the participants. Prof. K. Sudha Rao, formerVC, KSOU;
Prof. B. S. Sonde, former VC, Goa University and Prof. K. P. S. Unny, former Professor and Registrar,
JNU were invited as Resource Persons for the programme. All academic staff of NAAC were also
resource persons for the AIM. The programme was co-ordinated by Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy
Adviser. Prof. Goverdhan Mehta, Chairman, EC, NAAC had an interactive session with the delegates.

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He called upon the assessors' to uphold highest standards of professionalism, ethics and Integrity in the
course of their assessment and accreditation work. Prof Mehta called upon the delegates to give
feedback on the current methodology process of NAAC and help modify and refine it so as to make it
more accurate and objective. The 50 odd delegates comprising Vice Chancellors, Professors, Deans,
Principals etc., from across the country shared their concerns and apprehensions with Prof Mehta and
agreed to give constructive feedback to the NAAC processes.

NAAC-NCTE
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The 3 National Consultative Committee Meeting of NAAC and NCTE was held on 14 December 2010
at Board Room, NAAC. Prof. M. A. Siddiqui, Chairperson-NCTE, Prof. Chaudhary, Vice-Chairperson,
NCTE, Prof. H. A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC and other members attended the meeting. Pressing
issues regarding the assessment of Teacher training institutions were discussed during the meeting. Prof.
Ranganath, Director, NAAC shared his concern regarding the convenient time for sending the peer team
and logistics. It was further resolved that institutions which offer B.Ed., M.Ed. along with D.Ed., D.P.Ed.,
D.E.C.Ed. would be taken up for assessment by NAAC along with B.Ed., M.Ed. courses as single
institution. It was also resolved that D.Ed., D.P.Ed. D.E.C.Ed. institutions would not be considered for
assessment as they offer Diploma courses. During the meeting it was agreed upon that NAAC and
NCTE would jointly organize awareness programmes on assessment and accreditation in different parts
of the country. Director, NAAC suggested that NAAC may organise awareness programme in
collaboration with regional offices of NCTE for Teacher Education institutions. It was further agreed
upon funding that NAAC would provide assistance for the organization of workshops and awareness
programmes. Dr. Ganesh Hegde co-ordinated the programme.

MCI – NAAC meeting


The Medical Council of India (MCI) had scheduled a meeting on March 16, 2011 by inviting experts
from different organizations. The chairman of MCI requested the experts to develop Accreditation
guidelines for Medical Colleges. During the meeting, the experts felt that NAAC's Manual for Health
Science Institutions had been prepared by meticulously, which helped many HEI's in the country
significantly. Accordingly various criteria for evaluating medical colleges had been identified and given to
various experts for fine-tuning. Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser attended the meeting.

Projects in progress

Progress Report of the two Projects were presented by two Projects Assistants on July 30

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nProgramme Accreditation - Mr. K C Bharat, Project Assistant – Project facilitator


Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser

nQuality Benchmarks and Ranking – Mrs. D J Savitha, Project Assistant – Project facilitator
Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser

A Seminar by Project Assistants Mr. Bharat K. S. and Mrs. Savitha D. J. was held on November 16 at
NAAC office.

Meetings & Celebrations

v
Independence day was Celebrated at NAAC on August 15, 2010

v
Meeting with Mr. Sandeep Ray on MIS by academic staff – October 6, 2010
nd
v
62 Republic Day celebrations at NAAC – January 26, 2011

v
A delegation from Government of Karnataka to visit NAAC regarding signing of MoU –
February 02, 2011

v
Prof. Goverdhan Mehta, Chairman-EC, NAAC had interactive session with the academic
staff – March 14, 2011

v
Visit of Prof. Seetha Naik, member of the Board of Governors of MCI to NAAC and
interactive session with academic staff - March 16, 2011

International Delegation/ Visitors

NAAC regularly receives international delegation from different parts of the world either related to
Higher Education in general or Quality Assurance in Higher Education in particular to learn and
mutually exchange ideas and practices related to External Quality Assurance (EQA). The list of
international delegations / visitors to NAAC is appended in annexure 7.3.

New Zealand
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Ms. Melanine Chapman, Education Counsellor from New Zealand visited NAAC on 14 June 2010. The
purpose of the visit was to update and share experiences on NAAC activities and student mobility.

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Dr.Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser and made presentation on the process of Assessment and
Accreditation of NAAC. Ms. Melanine Chapman also shared about the higher education in New
Zealand and expressed her interest for expediting mutual collaborations with NAAC. Academic staff
and other officers of NAAC participated in the meeting.

Delegation from UKIERI

Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar interacted with Ms. Victoria Collis (Director, Riverpath) External Consultant
from UK appointed by UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) to undertake the final
programme evaluation on 4 October, 2010. The focus of the meeting was the involvement and
experience of NAAC with UKIERI. He gave his feedback to Ms. Victoria Collis about the enriching
experience of NAAC with UKIERI not only within the country but also outside the country. He opined
that UKIERI project needs to be continued for some more time in a phased manner in a way that is
mutually beneficial to stakeholders of different categories in both the countries.

Delegate from East Timor

As an active member of Asia Quality Network, NAAC provides regular training and orientation on
Assessment and Accreditation methodology to colleagues from different countries. During 14-25
November 2010, NAAC hosted Mr. Abilio de Araujo, QAA co-ordinator from National Commission
for Academic Assessment and Accreditation (NCAAA), Timor Leste as part of the arrangement.
During the ten day programme, Mr. Abilio was acquainted with NAAC policies and procedures. He also
visited 02 accredited institutions of NAAC and participated in Assessors' Interaction Meeting.The
internship programme was sponsored byAPQN through Global Initiative of Quality Assurance
Capacity (GIQAC). Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Advisor co-ordinated the internship programme.

Delegation from New England, Australia

Delegation from Australia Comprising Prof. Graham Webb, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University
of New England (UNE), Prof. Belinda Tynan, Director of DEHub at UNE (Australian Consortium of
Distance Education Universities) an Dr Garina Bossu, Researceher in DEHub at UNE visited NAAC on
30th November, 2010. An interactive session with colleagues of NAAC was organized. Prof. Graham
made a presentation on UNE and Prof. Belinda and Dr. Carina spoke on DEHub, Distance learning
initiative. Prof. H.A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC made a presentation on methodology of NAAC's
Assessment and Accreditation. Academic staff and officers participated in the interactive session co-
ordinated by Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser.

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International Teleconference - NAAC

NAAC had organised a teleconference meeting with the Institute of Electronics and Electrical
Engineers (IEEE) on August 24, November 15 and December 20 at the NAAC campus board room.
Prof. H. A. Ranganath Director NAAC, Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar, Dr. Jagannath Patil, Mr. B.S.
Ponmudiraj, Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Dr. Sujata Shanbhag participated in the teleconference on behalf of
NAAC. Various International Experts from USA, UKand India actively participated in the interactive
session. The participants included Tariq Durrani, Vice President, Educational Activities Doug Gorham,
Managing Director, Educational Activities, Chuck Hickman, Director, University Programms, Moshe
Kam , President-elect from IEEE. Prof. V. Prasad Kodali, Executive Committee Member, NAAC acted
as a Moderator. The teleconference was successfully co-ordinated by Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy
Adviser.

International – Signing of MoU between NAAC & IEEE

Signing of MoU between NAAC and IEEE was held at NAAC office on January 20

International Seminar - NAAC-IEEE

International Workshop on Institutional and Programme Accreditation: Connections and


Opportunities, was organized at NAAC on 21-22 January 2011. The co-chairs Prof. H. A. Ranganath,
Director, NAAC and Prof. Tariq Durrani, Vice President, Educational Activities, IEEE, welcomed the
delegates. Prof. Moshe Kam, IEEE President and CEO, ECE Department Head, Drexel University
USA spoke on the topic 'Trends in Program and Institutional Accreditation'. He also gave an
introduction to Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) and said that it is the largest
multi-national professional engineering association in the world with close to 4,00,000 members in 160
countries. He mentioned that IEEE at present spans technical interest across the spectrum of
technology and has a specific interest in accreditation, so that it can introduce the voice of the profession
and its practitioners into Outcome-based Model. Prof. Tariq Durrani, UK and Prof. Bea Lacquet,
Engineering Council of South Africa, who spoke on the topic 'Institutional and Programme
Accreditation Practices' chaired by Prof. S. Sadagopan, Director, IIIT-Bangalore. Prof. H. A. Ranganath,
Director, NAAC and Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser, NAAC made joint presentation on
'NAAC Journey So Far'. Prof. S. P. Thyagarajan, former VC, University of Madras spoke on the topic
'Parameters and Criteria for NAAC Accreditation' and 'Training of Accreditation Team Members &
Documentation for Training' session presented by Prof. Mariamma Varghese, former VC, SNDT
Women's University, Mumbai. Dr. David Woodhouse, Executive Director, Australian Universities

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Quality Agency (AUQA), Australia on the topic 'Institutional Accreditation in Australia' and Dr. Antony
Stella, Audit Director from AUQA, spoke on 'Programme Accreditation in Australia. The final session
focussed on 'Institutional & Programme Accreditation in India and the lead speaker was Prof M.
Anandakrishnan, former VC, Anna University & Chairman IIT Kanpur. The Panelists included Prof.
Prasad Kodali, Prof. H.P. Kincha, Prof. Bhoomitra Dev, Prof. Furqan Qamar, and Prof. Jancy James.
The programme was co-ordinated by Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser.

International Conference : NAAC-APQN

The Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN), and National Assessment and Accreditation Council
(NAAC), successfully organized the international conference on the theme "Quality Assurance in
Higher Education : Expectations and Achievements" between 2-4 March, 2011 at Bangalore, India. The
APQN conference is the major annual event that facilitates discussions related to issues on quality
assurance in higher education in the Asia-Pacific Region. The event hosted by NAAC evinced
participation from more than 500 delegates including representatives from over 40 countries from across
the globe.

Sir John Daniel, Chairman, Commonwealth of Learning (COL) in his keynote address stressed on the
role played by NAAC in enhancing quality assurance standards and termed the conference as the
outcome of NAAC's consistent efforts in taking forward the agenda of quality assurance. Dr. Antony
Stella, President Elect, APQN in her inaugural address touched upon a wide gamut of issues related to
quality and the subsequent role played by APQN in upholding quality assurance in Higher Education in
the Asia Pacific Region. Prof H A Ranganath, Director, NAAC and Chairman of the Organizing
Committee spoke on the quality assurance initiatives undertaken by NAAC from its inception.

Eminent Panelists and speakers like Dr. David Woodhouse, AUQA, Australia and INQAAHE President;
Dr M Anandakrishnan, Chairman, IIT Kanpur, Prof A Gnanam, former Chairman, NAAC, Prof R C
Sobti, ViceChancellor, Punjab University, Prof Ram Takwale, former Chairman, NAAC, Dr Galina
Motova, NCPA, Russia, Dr Kazua Okamoto, NIAD-UE, Japan, Rob Fearnside, Hong Kong, Dr.
Zeynep Varoglu, UNESCO, France and a host of other distinguished dignitaries participated actively in
the plenary and parallel sessions. The conference was preceded by workshop on 'Dual Mode universities'
jointly sponsored by NAAC and Commonwealth of Learning [COL] which was attended by select
invitees from 20 countries. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser of NAAC and elected member of
APQN Board was the convenor of the conference. Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser, NAAC
was the Chairperson of the local organizing committee.

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International Seminar - NAAC-Elsevier

NAAC has organized an International Seminar presentation of Elsevier publications with the
International audience and NAAC staff on March 3 at NAAC office.

International – Signing of MoC between NAAC & MQA

A Memorandum of Co-operation between NAAC and Malaysian Qualifications agency was signed by
Dato Syed Hussein, CEO, MQA, Malaysia and Prof. H. A. Ranganath, Director, NAAC at NAAC office
on March 3.

CRIEQA

The Committee for Recommending Institutional Eligibility for Quality Assessment (CRIEQA) had the
twelfth and thirteenth meeting during the reporting year.

Sl.No. CRIEQA MEETING DATE


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1. 12 CRIEQA MEETING 21 June 2010

2. 13th CRIEQA MEETING 27th December 2010

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The region-wise distribution of Colleges which Earned IEQA status and NOT EARNED
IEQA status is given in the following tables.

12th Meeting : 21st June 2010

REGION TOTAL ELIGIBLE NOT ELIGIBLE


North 280 248 32

South 34 31 03

East & North-East 16 14 02

West 57 31 26

Total 387 324 63


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13 : 27 December 2010
North 126 104 22

South 56 53 03

East & North-East 18 18 00

West 72 47 25

Total 272 222 50

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3.3 Northern Region

Jammu, J&K

A two day state level seminar on "Quality Enhancement in Teacher Education through Innovative
Practices" was organized by Sai Shyam College of education, Ghou-manhasan, Jammu in collaboration
with NAAC, on 7 May 2010. Prof. Varun Sahni, Honb'le Vice - Chancellor, University of Jammu was the
chief guest on the occasion. Noted educationist Prof. Nisar Ali, Member, State Finance Commission,
J&K, Prof. Rajive Gupta, Director, College Development Council, University of Jammu. Prof. Lokesh
Verma, Head & Dean, Deptt. of Education, University of Jammu were the Guests of Honour.
Principals and faculty members of various colleges along with the delegates and the students were
present on the occasion. Principal of the college Dr. Usha TIckoo accorded warm welcome and thanked
NAAC for the encouragement provided in organizing the Seminar. The event attracted a large number
of Principals, teachers and students from the State of Jammu and Kashmir.

Srinagar, J&K

The University of Kashmir had organized an Interactive meeting with the Northern Region
Coordinator, NAAC Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser. He participated in the interactive session
with the University officers on 25 May 2010 and with the Vice Chancellor Prof. Riyaz Punjabi. He had
thrown a good deal of light on various additional initiatives that could be taken from IQAC. He also said
University of Kashmir is one of the first set of Universities which has elevated IQAC into Directorate of
Internal Quality Assurance with full-fledged Director, and adequate support staff.

Srinagar, J&K

The Directorate of Internal Quality Assurance (DIQA), The University of Kashmir organized a Special
Award Ceremony to honour the 'Best Performers 2007-08' among the members of its teaching
departments, faculty and support services on 26 May, 2010. The event which was organized as part of the
innovative practices recommended by NAAC was organized mainly to usher in quality mindset at all
levels of University operation. His Excellency, Shri N. N. Vohra, Governor of J&K State & Chancellor
of The University of Kashmir was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Prof Riyaz Punjabi, Vice
Chancellor, Prof. Yousuf, Dean Academic Affairs, Prof. Qureshi, Director, DIQA among other
distinguished academics represented the Univeristy. Dr. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser, NAAC was the
Guest of Honour. A host of Academics, distinguished guests and students were present on the occasion.

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Speaking on the occasion, Shri Vohra, opined that the universities and colleges in the state must be the
'centers of excellence'. He further added that it is important to encourage quality education and research
and reach the highest standards of education.

Abohar, Punjab

Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Maharishi Dayanand College of Education, Abohar, Punjab organized
a two day National Seminar on Quality Perspectives in Curriculum Development for Teacher Education
on 26 and 27 November, 2010. The NAAC sponsored seminar evinced participation from 42 Delegates
from Punjab, 21 delegates from Rajasthan, Haryana and Jammu. Dr. Ranveer Pratap Asija, Principal was
the Director of the seminar and Mr. Anurag Asija was the convener. The seminar focussed on quality up
liftment of teacher educators and themes included National Curriculum Framework for Teacher
Education, Encouraging the use of innovations among teacher trainees, concerns and vision of Teacher
Education, Integrating ICT in Teacher Education Curriculum etc. Resource persons, research scholars,
academicians, practitioners and students from Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu and Delhi
participated and presented papers on the sub themes in the seminar. The seminar concluded with some
practical suggestions and conclusions for implementation by teacher education institutions.

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

One day workshop on "Best Practices and why Accreditation is necessary?" was held in Directorate of
Higher Education, Himachal Pradesh on 29 November, 2010. Principals and representatives from 71
Govt. Colleges participated in the workshop along with some officials from the Directorate. Dr. O.P.
Sharma, Director of Higher Education addressed all the participants and stressed on the need to bring
out quality in education throughout the state. The Head, SQAC answered the queries raised by the
participants. Sh. Dinkar Burathoki, Dr. Yogender Verma, OSD Central University, H.P. at Dharamshala
and Dr. Narendera Awasthi, Jt. Director of Colleges spoke on Best Practices and Why Accreditation is
Necessary.

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3.4 Eastern and North-Eastern Region

Hazaribag, Jharkhand

The two day workshop on the "NAAC Process ofAssessment & Accreditation"was organised byVinoba
Bhave University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand between 19-21 July 2010. The workshop was inaugurated by the
Vice Chancellor Dr. Jyoti Lal Oraon. Prof. K. K. Bajaj, Former Dean, CDC & Controller of
Examinations, Himachal Pradesh University; Dr. E. N. Siddique, Registrar, Vinoba Bhave University;
Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser, NAAC; Dr. N. Tete, sj, Principal of St. Xavier College, Ranchi;
and Dr. D. K. Verma, Principal, Ramgarh College were the resource persons. The workshop was
attended by University teaching and non-teaching staff and Principals of Colleges.

Burdwan, West Bengal

The University of Burdwan, Internal Assurance Cell and UGC Academic Staff College jointly organized
the Workshop on Quality Culture in Higher Education' during November 2-4, 2010 sponsored by the
National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore and UGC. About 100 participants
consisting of the Principals of the affiliated colleges of BU, academic administrators of the University
and Heads ofthe PG Department of Studies. The workshop was inaugurated by Prof. Subrata Pal, Vice
Chancellor, BU. Professor Marmar Mukhopadhyay, Director, Educational Technology and
Management Academy, New Delhi and former Director, NIEPA, New Delhi delivered the key-note-
address on 'Student Involvement in Quality Management in Higher Education Case for Stake Holding
Model'. The resource persons of the different sessions were Prof. Subimal Sen, Chairman, West Bengal
State Council for HE, Prof. D K Basu, former Vice Chancellor, Burdwan University and Tripura
University, Prof. P K Chaudhuri, former Member Secretary, WBSCHE, Dr. S Dan Registrar, BU, Prof. A
Chattopadhyay, Dean, Faculty of Arts, Commerce, Law, Management, Music & Fine Arts, Prof. P
Chakraborti, Dean, Faculty of Science and others. There was a brain-storming session on 'Quality
Culture: Students' Feedback' wherein 25 students representing different PG departments gave their
candid opinions regarding the situation prevailing in the University. Professor Arabinda Kumar Das,
Director of IQAC and former Vice-Chancellor, Kalyani University and Dr Apurba Ratan Ghosh,
Director, UGC Academic Staff College Conducted the workshop.

Manipur

The State Level Quality Assurance Cell (SQAC) of Government of Manipur organized a two day
Seminar-cum-Workshop on assessment and accreditation at D. M. College of Teacher Education during

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3-4 December, 2010. The Seminar was inaugurated by Shri. L. Jayantakumar Singh, Hon'ble Minister of
Higher Education, Manipur as Chief Guest and presided over by Shri. K. Moses Chalai, lAS,
Commissioner, Higher Education. Dr. R.K. Ranjan Singh, Director, Academic Staff College, Manipur
University; Dr. Th. Oliver, OSD, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University; Dr. S. Noren Singh, Reader in
Statistics, Imphal College, Imphal were the resource persons. The event evinced active participation
from 123 delegates comprising Principals and teachers from 60 Colleges in Manipur. A detailed roadmap
was made for subjecting the college to the assessment process which included setting the A&A process
in motion in a phased manner.

North Bengal, West Bengal

The State Quality Assurance Cell (SQAC) of the West Bengal State Council of Higher Education
(WBSCHE), Kolkata, organized a Workshop in collaboration with Thakur Panchanan Mahila
Mahavidyalaya (TPMM) on February 26, 2011 to motivate colleges in the districts of Jalpaiguri and
Coochbehar, affiliated to the University of North Bengal, which are yet to go for assessment by NAAC.
Shri Dipak Chandra Sarkar, Member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, Uttar Coochbehar
inaugurated the workshop. Dr. Jibendu Kumar Ray, Head, SLQAC spoke on 'Quality Assurance in
Higher Education - Role of State Level Quality Assurance Cell. Prof. Dipak Bhattacharyya, Member
Secretary, WBSCHE made the keynote address. Dr. P. K. Chaudhuri, former Member Secretary,
WBSCHE spoke on Accreditation / Re-accreditation of Higher Education Institutions by NAAC. Dr.
Manjari Biswas, Principal of TPMM was also one of the resource persons.

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3.5 Western Region

Anand, Gujarat

NAAC sponsored two day National Seminar on Quality Teacher Training :Yes but... to Yes Please...” was
organized by Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandai's Anand College of Education, Anand, Gujarat during 24-
25, July 2010. Dr. D.R. Goel, Chairman, Western Regional Committee, NCTE was the Chief Guest for
the Inaugural function and he enlightened the teacher community by focusing on the role of teachers
and the need to update their knowledge on a continuous basis. Prof. R.G. Kothari, Professor & former
VC, CASE, Baroda presented a paper on Quality Teacher Education Programme: Some Issues. Dr.
Bhadrayu Vachharajani, Professor Director, UGC-Academic Staff College, Saurashtra University,
Rajkot spoke on Quality Assurance: Need of the time. Dr. M. K. Yagnik, Professor and Head,
Department of Education, Sardar Patel University enlightened on the Realities of Teacher Education in
India. Dr. Pallavi P. Patel Professor and Dean, Department of Education, Sardar Patel
Universitydelivered the valedictory speech. There were about 400 delegates who evinced keen interest in
the deliberations.

Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Two day NAAC sponsored National Seminar on "Quality Management and Global Challenges in
Higher Education" was organized during August 06-07, 2010 by Uma Arts and Nathiba Commerce
Mahila College, Gandhinagar, Gujarat. Prof. Arun Nigavekar, former Chairperson UGC and founder
Director, NAAC in his key note address emphasized the role of the UGC in the years to come and the
need to change the future of higher education in India with possible participation of foreign universities.
Prof. N.R. Davel, Director General, Pandit Dindayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar was the Chief
Guest and he spoke on the need to create not only degree holders but to create sensible human beings
who can use their learning in human welfare. Shri Maneklal Patel, Chairman of Kadi Sarva Vidyalaya,
Gandhinagar presided over the seminar and focused on the positive participation of industrialists and
philanthropists in education. Mr. B.S. Madhukar, Deputy Adviser and Regional Coordinator, Western
Region, NAAC spoke on the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC): A Post Accreditation Quality
Sustenance Activity. Some of the eminent speakers during the seminar were Dr. B.P. Bhatnagar, former
Vice Chancellor, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University; Prof. D.T. Kapadia, Director, Kadi Sarva Vishwa
Vidyalaya, Gandhinagar; Mr. Vivek Kapadia,Visiting Faculty, CEPT University, Ahmedabad; Udaipur
and Prof. Shyam S. Lodha, Professor and Chairman- Marketing and IB Southern Connecticut State
University, NewHavana, USA.

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3.6 Southern Region

Bangalore, Karnataka

A one day NAAC sponsored workshop on Quality Assessment and Accreditation was organized by the
State Quality Assurance Cell, Karnataka on 17 January 2011. Sri Tushar Giri Nath, lAS, Commissioner,
Department of Collegiate Education spoke on prioritizing quality concerns and offered all possible help
for institutions to achieve quality and excellence. Prof. K. V. Kodandaramaiah, Director, Department of
Collegiate Education addressed the participants. Dr. V. Kamalamma, Additional Director, Department
of Collegiate Education provided the clarification for the queries of the Principals on administrative
issues in going for Accreditation. Dr. B.L. Bhagyalakshmi, Joint Director, Academics & Quality.
Principals and IQAC Coordinators of select 57 colleges attended the programme. Prof. Eranna, Joint
Director, Training Cell; Dr. Venugopa, Principal, Government R C College of Commerce; Dr. K.
Mahesh, Coordinator, SQAC; Dr. L.N. Seshagiri, Coordinator, SQAC-CEQE were the resource persons.

Erode, Tamil Nadu

Two-Day NAAC Sponsored National Seminar on “Designing Competency Based Curriculum for
Quality Improvement” was organized by Vellalar College for Women (Autonomous), on 24-25 March
2011. Mr. D. Venkateswaran, Managing Partner, Venbro Polymers inaugurated the event. Prof. K.
Kunhikrishnan, Consultant, NAAC and former Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Kannur University; Dr. Garnet
Fernandes, Dean-UGC & University Affairs, St. Joseph's College(Autonomous), Trichy; Dr. A. R.
Bhavana, Associate Profeessor of English, Dept. Of Educational Techonology, Bharathiar University,
Coimbatore; Dr. K. Murugesan, Prof. of Mathematics, NIT, Trichy; Dr. Ananad Sharma, Chief Mentor,
IMF Learning Resources, Coimbatore were the resource persons. Nearly 180 faculty members and
hundred scholars-both on and off the campus, participated in the seminar In his Valedictory Address,
Dr. M. S. Mathivanan, Chairman, SSM Group of Companies, Komarapalayam, called upon the teachers
and the curriculum designers of higher education to ignite the knowledge centres.

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3.7 International Academic Events

Nepal

Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser, NAAC was invited by the Quality Assurance and
Accreditation (QAA) of University Grants Commission (UGC), Nepal as an international expert in the
orientation programme and Peer Review Team (PRT). During the one day orientation programme held
on June 14, 2010, Dr Shyamsundar interacted with PRT members on various issues pertaining to quality
assurance and shared his experiences. Further he was part of the PRT during the visit to Janapriya
multiple campus, Pokhara, Nepal during 15-19 June 2010.

OECD

Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar interacted with Samuel Hill, Economist, China/India Desk from France and
participated in the meeting of Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
mission team on the issues provided in the questionnaire on 15 July, 2010 in the office of the Ministry of
Finance, New Delhi with reference to second Economic Survey of India. The questions raised by
OECD revolved round the complexity and size of Indian higher education system and the size and shape
of the quality assurance system required to take care of it, besides the challenges ahead for NAAC in
catering to the aspirations of a large number of stakeholders for quality assessment. Various issues
pertaining to Higher Education scenario in India in general and quality assurance issues in particular were
also discussed.

Malaysia

Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar has been nominated by NAAC as a member of the project on Mutual
Recognition sponsored by APQN. Accordingly, he participated in the first meeting of Mutual
Recognition Project at Kaula Lampur, Malaysia on October 21, 2010. Other members include Dr
Antony Stella, Audit Director, Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA), Australia - (Project
Leader); Dr Jan Cameron, Director, New Zealand Universities Academic Audit Unit (NZUAAU), New
Zealand and Dr. Zita Mohd Fahmi, Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), Malaysia.

Malaysia

Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser, attended the APQN 2010 Internship Programme at the Malaysian
Qualification Agencies (MQA), from 2-10 November 2010 sponsored by Asia-Pacific Quality Network

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(APQN). The MQA counterparts shared their views on "Quality Assurance system of Malaysian Higher
Education”. He gave a presentation on the NAAC process of assessment and accreditation. He visited
University of Kuala Lumpur Engineering Technology division for programme accreditation as an
observer between 8-9 November 2010 for Bachelor (Hons) Engineering Technology in Networking
System.

Malaysia

The Asia Pacific Quality Network's Reviewers' Training Package Workshop was held between 7-9
November 2010 at Kaula Lumpur. The event was hosted by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency. Dr
Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser, NAAC & APQN Board member conducted the workshop in
conjunction with Prof Zita Mohd Fahmi of MQA, Malaysia. Participants from six countries attended
the workshop along with Prof Zita Mohd Fahmi and Dr. Jagannath Patil as facilitators. APQN Project
on Reviewers' Training Package led by Prof Colin Peris from Sri Lanka had the goal to consolidate
existing materials of various QAAs and use them to prepare a comprehensive training package which
can then be made available to members electronically through the website or other electronic means.

APQN

Dr Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser, NAAC has been appointed as Vice President of Asia Pacific Quality
Network (APQN).The appointment was made by APQN board from amongst the elected members for
the years 2011-13. Earlier in January 2011, Dr. Patil had won the election as APQN board member for
which nomination was made by Prof. H A Ranganath, Director, NAAC. APQN is the network of
Quality Assurance Agencies and institutions having interest in Quality Assurance in higher education
across the Asia Pacific region. Currently APQN has about 90 institutions /agencies as its members
spread over 40 countries in the region. NAAC is the founder member of APQN and has jointly
conducted various activities with APQN

International Projects in Progress

v
Joint Programmes: Quality Assurance and Recognition of Degrees awarded (JOQAR) –
European Consortium for Accreditation in Higher Education (ECA).
v
Global Research Benchmarking System for Universities – United Nations University
International Institute of Software Technology
v
Mutual Recognition of Accreditation – Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN)

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3.8 Library and Information Services

The library continues to support the academic and research activities of NAAC through well resourced
collection of books and subscription to scholarly journals-Indian as well as International. The library
collection focuses on the core area of Quality, Assessment, and Accreditation in Higher Education. In
addition to providing access to books and journals, the library also functions as repository of Self Study
Reports. There are currently 5353 SSR's, RAR's archived in the library. Large number of people from
different corners of India visits the library to consult the SSR's. During the year under review more than
684 academics from various colleges and Universities located across the country visited the library to
consult these reports. Some of the international delegation visiting NAAC also visited the library.

All the In-house publications of NAAC are put on display at the library. Most of the visitors who come
to NAAC have taken the opportunity to browse and buy many of these publications. Thus the library has
been instrumental in showcasing the In-house scholarship of the NAAC and creating awareness about
the academic/research work being carried out in NAAC.

During 2010-11 the library added 133 titles worth Rs.1,72/- lakhs for the benefit of the academics. The
library subscribes to 62 International Journals. Besides subscribing to 62 print journals, Library also
provides access to UGC-Infonet e-resources, which includes access to 4000 scholarly journals published
all over the world. During the year under review the library renewed subscription to SCOPUS, the
citation database from Elsevier. Elsevier provides access to 18,000 titles from more than 5.000
publishers all over the world. Academic Adviser extensively use Research productivity data from this
source for assessment visits to Universities.

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3.9 NAAC Director, Academic officers and staff participation in Academic and
Training Programmes during the 2010-2011.

1. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Research Advisory Committee
meeting at Seribiotech Research Laboratory, Central Silk Board, Bangalore – 3 April

2. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended Interaction Meet of the VCs to discus
“Managing Higher Education in the 21st Century with reference to Public private Partnership”
organized by Saurashtra University, Rajkot – 4 April

3. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC inaugurated the National Seminar on “Enhancement
and sustenance of quality of students and Teachers- Role of Support Services” at Justice Basheer
Ahmed Sayeed College for Women, Chennai – 13 April

4. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered graduation day address at Bishop Cotton
Women's Christian College, Bangalore – 23 April

5. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended University Grants Commission (UGC)
standing committee meeting on PhD. at Delhi – April 26

6. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Indo-European Conference on Quality
Assurance in Higher Education at Delhi – May 06 & 07

7. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the 2010 Higher Education Evaluation and
Accreditation Council of Taiwan (HEEACT) Conference on “Learning, Teaching and Research in
Global Times: Quality Assurance, Development of World-Class Universities and Promotion of
Excellent Higher Education System” at Taipei, Taiwan – June 3-4

8. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Second Meeting of Indian Authors at
National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA): Australian
Universities Quality Agency (AUQA)-NUEPA project for a peer reviewed publication at New Delhi
– June 10-11

9. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the inauguration of the Brain Storming
Session on Quality Assurance in Multi-media materials organized by CEC-CEMCA at ICSSR, New
Delhi – June 14

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10. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the UGC expert committee meeting on the
issue of discontinuation of Dissection of animals for experiment in Zoology, New Delhi – June 14;
25-26

11. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Distance Education Council (DEC)
meeting, New Delhi – June 17

12. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Annual Quality Conference
(Forum) and Annual One-Day Auditor Meeting of AUQA – June 30 to July 2

13. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the first meeting of the committee to
prepare 'Guidelines to review UGC-Academic Staff Colleges (ASCs)' at NAAC - 17-18 July 2010

14. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC interacted with the members of Committee for
Organisation Structure of NAAC – July 18
st
15. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the 1 Meeting of the Local Organizing
Committee for Preparation of APQN 2011 at NAAC –July 21

16. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the UGC meeting to review SAP
proposals, New Delhi – July 6

17. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in Short-listing committee meeting of
Dr. D. C. Pavate Memorial Fellowships at Cambridge University, IASc, RRI, Bangalore – July 10

18. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Academic Council Meeting of
Central University of Karnataka (CUK), Gulbarga – July 24

19. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the inauguration of Udayabhanu
Centre for Higher Studies, Bangalore – July 25
rd
20. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the 3 Academic Council Meeting of
Central University of Gujarat (CUG), Gandhinagar – July 31

21. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Building Committee meeting at NAAC –
August 16

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22. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in EDUCON: A Symposium of


VCs/Directors of Indian Universities / Leading Institutes at Sri Lanka - August 20-23

23. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the meeting of the Committee for
preparation of Guidelines for Review of UGC-ASCs at NAAC – September 2

24. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the International Conference on
“Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions” organized by
Government of Gujarat at Gandhinagar – September 17

25. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the NAAC sponsored seminar
Nagindas Khandwala College, Mumbai – September 18

26. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered a Lecture at Department of Biological
Studies, University of Mysore, Mysore – September 20

27. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the MHRD NARAHEI Bill meeting –
September 22

28. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered a Lecture at Sri Ramachandra University at
Chennai - September 23

29. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Unveil a new block of USIC of
Karnatak Univesity, Dharwad - September 29

30. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Meeting of the Committee for
preparation of Guidelines for Review of UGC-ASCs at NAAC; October 17-18, 31

31. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the NAAC sponsored state level
seminar at Sri Jagadguru College, Bangalore – October 5

32. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Meeting at Madurai Kamaraj
University, Madurai –October 13

33. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the 6th International Conference on
Webometrics at Mysore – October 19

34. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Confederation of Indian Industry
National Summit on Quality in Education at Mumbai - October 22

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35. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Convocation at JSS College,
Mysore – October 23

36. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Meeting at Karnatak University,
Dharwad – October 24

37. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Pan IIT HE Roundtable at IIT
Delhi – October 28

38. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Foundation Stone laying ceremony
at Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga – October 29

39. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the UGC-UPE visit to Osmania
University as Chairman – November 8-11

40. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Third India – UK Education
Forum at New Delhi organized by MHRD - November 12

41. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Drosophila Meeting at University
of Mysore – November 19

42. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the International Conference on
Higher Education: Prospects of Gujarat at Gandhinagar – November 25&26
nd
43. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the 22 Meeting of the Governing
th
Board of INFLIBNET Center at Ahmedabad. & 11 meeting of INFLIBNET Council –
December 4

44. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Third Science Conclave : A
congregation of Nobel Laureates at IIIT-A – December 8-11

45. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered Convocation Address – Kannada
University, Hampi – December 21

46. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC chaired the Meeting with NIC officials at NAAC –
December 23

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47. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the INSA Annual Meeting at IISc,
Bangalore – December 28-30

48. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC Inaugurated the Lectures Series – Karnataka Library
Association, Bangalore – January 2

49. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Academic Council Meeting, Presidency
University, Kolkata – January 5

50. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the All India Management
Association's National Research Conference, Delhi – January 13

51. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Meeting at NBA, Delhi – January 18

52. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered the Graduation Address at Dr. M. V. Shetty
Memorial Trust, Mangalore – January 29

53. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Annual Day celebrations of Sri Sai
College for Women – February 05

54. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Viva at Punjab University,
Chandigarh – March 8

55. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Two-day Academy Lecture
Programme on “Current Trends in Biology” at MES Degree College, Bangalore – February 9 &10

56. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the National Conference at University
of Mysore – February 10

57. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC inaugurated the NAAC sponsored seminar at Birla
College, Mumbai – February 12

58. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered a Lecture at Third conference of the KST
Academy, Mysore – February 16

59. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Academic Council meeting of CU
Karnataka – February 19

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60. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Book Release Function and Panel
Discussion at NUEPA – February 26

61. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Edge 2011 – Shaping the Future of
Indian Higher Education Conference, Delhi – March 9

62. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in The British Council's UKIERI
Conference under the title “Going Global 2011”; 'World Education: The new powerhouse', at
Hong Kong : March 10-12

63. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC participated in the Third Raj Bhavan Dr.VKRV Rao
Memorial Lecture at Raj Bhavan, Bangalore organized by ISEC – March 18

64. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the First Meeting of Advisory Board for
Global Research of UNU-IIST, Macau, China – through Video Conferencing from NAAC: March
22-23

65. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC attended the Conference of the Vice-Chancellors of
the publicly funded State and Central Universities on the theme “University and Society: Issues and
Challenges” at Vigyan Bhavan, MA Road, New Delhi : March 25-26

66. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC inaugurated the one-day National Conference on
“Information Literacy and Higher Education in Digital Environment” at Mysore organized by
KSOU – March 30

67. Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC delivered the Graduation Day Lecture of Brindavan
College at Bangalore – March 31 @ 5 pm

68. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser participated as a keynote speaker in a special award
function by DIQA The University of Kashmir. His Excellency Shri N. N. Vohra, Governor of J&K
was the chief guest – May 26

69. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser participated as an international expert to Nepal – June
13-20

70. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser participated in a UGC-SERO committee meeting for
providing financial assistance to Colleges, at Hyderabad – July 7

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71. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser attended a meeting of the OECD mission team to discuss
the issues pertaining to quality assurance at New Delhi - July 15

72. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser participated in a meeting of Mutual Recognition APQN
International Project at Kuala Lumpur – October 21

73. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser participated in National quality Summit of Confederation
of Indian Industry (CII) at NIMHANS, Bangalore 18-20 November, 2010

74. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser presented a paper at NAAC-IEEE International


Conference at Bangalore – January 22

75. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser presented two papers in the 2012 APQN International
Conference & AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4

76. Dr. M S Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser participated in a meeting on Development of


Accreditation Guidelines for Medical Colleges organized by MCI at New Delhi - March 15

77. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser presented a paper during the workshop organized by The Lal
Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) at Mussoorie on June 14-15

78. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser attended Refresher Course for trained assessors of
(Confederation of Indian Industry - Export Import Bank Business Excellence for Small and
Medium Business – European Foundation for Quality Management) CII-EXIM BE SMB EFQM –
July 1
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79. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser attended 10 Building Committee meeting of INFLIBNET
Centre at Ahmedabad – July 24

80. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser attended Indo-US Summit on Higher Education at Mumbai :
July 30 – August 1

81. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser attended in a NAAC sponsored seminar at Gandhinagar –
August 6

82. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser participated in Knowledge Consortium of Gujarat at


Gandhinagar – August 18

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83. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser presented a paper in 8 ANQ Congress, Delhi: October 20-22

84. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser participated in International Seminar at Chitradurga organized
by AICR, Bhubaneswar–November 2

85. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser presented a poster in the 2012 APQN International Conference
& AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4 co-authored by Mr. Wahidul Hasan, Communication-cum-
Publication Officer, NAAC.

86. Mr. B S Madhukar, Deputy Adviser participated as a member of Expert Committee to evaluate
proposals of One-Time-Catch-Up-Grant at UGC-SERO, Hyderabad – March 28

87. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser attended the National Seminar organized by (Confederation of
Indian Industry – Institute of Quality) CII-IQ at Bangalore – May 07, 2010

88. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser participated in State Quality Assurance Cell (SQAC),
Government of Karnataka Seminar at Bangalore – July 31

89. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser participated in the APQN workshop on “Training Material for
Reviewers” as facilitator at KL, Malaysia – November 06-10

90. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser participated in National quality Summit of Confederation of
Indian Industry (CII) at NIMHANS, Bangalore 18-20 November, 2010

91. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser presented a paper in the 2012 APQN International Conference
& AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4 and also participated in the Board Meeting as a Member of the
Board and organized a Workshop.

92. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser participated in the Trainers Training Workshop on Designing
Distance Education Course on External Quality Assurance at IIEP, UNESCO, Paris, France :
March 17-21

93. Mr. B S Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser attended the National Seminar organized by (Confederation
of Indian Industry – Institute of Quality) CII-IQ at Bangalore – May 07, 2010

94. Mr. B S Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser attended (Confederation of Indian Industry - Export
Import Bank Business Excellence for Small and Medium Business – European Foundation for
Quality Management) CII-EXIM BE SMB EFQM : July 1-2

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95. Mr. B S Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser participated in NAAC sponsored seminar at Bishop Cotton
Women's Christian College, Bangalore: July 20

96. Mr. B S Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser participated in State Quality Assurance Cell (SQAC),
Government of Karnataka Seminar at Bangalore – July 31

97. Mr. B S Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser presented a paper in the 2012 APQN International
Conference & AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4 and organized a Workshop.

98. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser participated as a resource person in 49th Orientation
Programme at UGC-Academic Staff College, Karnatak University – May 20

99. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser participated in Assessment and Accreditation workshop at
Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand: July 19-20

100. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser participated in APQN internship program in Malasian
Qualifications Agency, Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia – November 01-10.

101. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser presented a paper at AIMA Research Conference, New
Delhi - January 12-13, 2010 co-authored by Mr. V. Uma Shankar, Academic Professional, NAAC

102. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser presented a paper at the International Conference at
Nagindas Khandwala College, Mumbai – January 28-29

103. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser presented a paper in the 2012 APQN International
Conference & AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4

104. Dr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Adviser attended the State Level Quality Assurance Coordination
Committee programme at Tripura – March 7

105. Dr. Sujata P Shanbhag, Assistant Adviser participated in Knowledge Consortium of Gujarat at
Gandhinagar – August 18

106. Dr. Sujata P Shanbhag, Assistant Adviser presented a paper in the 2012 APQN International
Conference & AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4

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107. Mr. D. S. Srikanth, Academic Professional presented a paper in the 2012 APQN International
Conference & AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4

108. Mr. V. Uma Shankar, Academic Professional presented a paper in the 2012 APQN International
Conference & AGM at Bangalore – March 2-4

109. Mr. K B Gopinath, Administrative officer and Mr. Arun, Professional Assistant attended specific
orientation programs for administrative staff

110. Mrs. M. Mangala, Personal Assistant and Mr. N. Umashankar, Semi-Professional Assistant
attended specific training programs at Delhi

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3.10 Awards

“Visvesvaraya Vijnana Puraskara” award is being conferred by Swadeshi Vijnana Andolana – Karnataka
to Prof. H. A. Ranganath, the Director, NAAC on September 15

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4 Future Plans for 2011-2012


The External Quality Assurance (EQA) Agency, NAAC has been continuously fine-tuning its
assessment and accreditation methodologies along with local, regional and global changes in higher
education scenario. This helps in reaching out to HEIs and wider acceptance of the methodology.
The methodology of NAAC has stood the test of time for last 17 years, mainly because it has
remained dynamic and responsive to the stakeholder feedback.

One of the major future plans is to review/relook/revise the existing methodology during the
st
financial year 2011-2012, so that by XII plan period starting from 1 April 2012 the revised
methodology will be in operation.

NAAC continuously upgrades the existing ICT / e-infrastructure in the NAAC office in order to
meet its mandate. NAAC extensively uses ICT in most of its academic, administrative and financial
endeavor. As a step moving towards online assessment and accreditation process, NAAC has
already introduced LOI and IEQA processes online. This online process has been continuously
updated and upgraded.

In order to support the prime agenda of assessment and accreditation by NAAC, NAAC shall be
looking into an high-end online enabled process of Assessment and Accreditation through the
National Informatics Centre (NIC), Government of India (GOI) – for which the project is already
ongoing. This is the second major future plan.

The third major initiative will be digitizing the existing the Self-Study Reports (SSRs), Peer Team
Reports, etc for archiving, cross-referencing and retrieving purposes. The corollary will be
submission of Reports also in digital format. This huge amount of data on higher education will
help plethora of research activities at NAAC, which will result as inputs to policies.

With its prime agenda to assess and accredit institutions of higher learning in the country, the
NAAC came into existence in the year 1994 as an autonomous institution of the UGC. Since then,
the NAAC has been committed to the mission of upholding maintenance of standards and quality
enhancement of higher education in the country.

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Commitment and conviction on the part of the NAAC staff to motivate the people in the HEIs will be
continued. This can be clearly seen by sheer of number of Universities and Colleges assessed and
accredited by NAAC. It is an outstanding effort by NAAC to accredit 161 Universities and 4371
Colleges. NAAC will continue to reaching out to the HEIs in order to promote quality and quality
culture among HEIs as a nation building exercise.

As stated in the previous year 16th Annual Report of NAAC 2009-2010 future plans for 2010-2011.
NAAC has initiated the third cycle of assessment and accreditation. The projects on Programme
Accreditation and NAAC Ranking of HEIs were continued.

In the last year of the XI plan period 2007-2012 : NAAC has planned achievable targets for the
forthcoming year 2011-2012. Based on the experience of last 17 years of its operations, and keeping in
view the future expectations of stakeholders, broadly the NAAC would focus on the following activities
during the year 2011-2012 which includes the continuation of current activities also efforts will be made
for new areas:

to continue

1. assessment and accreditation exercise which is the prime agenda

2. the development of a pool of trained Assessors'

3. dissemination of best practices amongst HEIs

4. promotion of IQACs in all Colleges and Universities.

5. supporting State Quality Assurance Cells

6. supporting Accredited Universities and Colleges for quality sustenance and enhancement
activities.

7. bringing out research publications

8. bringing out case studies – state specific quality gaps based on accredited institutions data which
may help the respective state

9. bringing out thematic publication on the current trend of assessment and accreditation

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10. organizing the 3 NAAC Accreditation Award Ceremony

11. celebrating the foundation day of NAAC

12. capacity building exercises for its staff

13. assistants with fellowships for specific projects

14. steps for NAAC Ranking Model

15. programme accreditation

efforts will also be made

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to review the existing probes/questions being asked in the Manuals

v
to look at the differentiator indicators for excellence institutions

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to fine-tune desirable and core indicators for Universities

v
to develop more quantifiable assessment indicators

NAAC could envisage the abovesaid plans with the help of the MHRD; the UGC; Prof. Sukhadeo
Thorat, Chairman, UGC (till 5/2/2011); Prof. Ved Prakash, Chairman, UGC (from 6/2/2011) and
President of the General Council of NAAC; Prof. Goverdhan Mehta, Chairman of the Executive
Committee of NAAC; members of the GC, EC, FC, AC, other NAAC committees, all staff of NAAC;
and the academia who have contributed significantly to the development of NAAC.

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5 Administrative Activities
1. Annual Stock verification

Annual stock verification of non-consumables, consumables, library and publications stock was
carried out for the period ending 31st March 2011

2. Finance and Accounts

The statement of accounts for the year 2010-2011 compiled and audited by statutory auditors is
adopted in the 22nd Finance Committee meeting held on 16th September 2011 and approved by the
56th Executive Committee meeting held on 16th September 2011 (details in chapter 6).

3. NAAC Campus Development

a) Furnishing works at Board Room, Conference Hall and Director's Secretariat were completed.

b) Water proofing works, repair to expansion joint, cement concrete pavement at west side along
the compound wall and Rain Water Harvesting project works are under progress.

c) Action is taken to furnish NAAC Board Room and Conference Room of NAAC with latest
video conferencing and audio conferencing facility to meet the growing demand of the facility
to improve and enhance the functioning to NAAC.

d) The following works are entrusted to CPWD and they are yet to be taken up.

Library furbishing
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Construction of additional toilets
v
Truss work for walkway from Administrative Building to Dining Hall
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Construction of Auditorium (500 Seating Capacity)
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Solar Lighting to NAAC Campus
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Provision of Record room


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Officer Cabins and Work Stations


v

Fire Prevention Measures


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Barbed Wire Fencing over existing masonry Compound Wal


v

4. NAAC Website

A website www.naac.gov.in is appreciated and updated regularly. NAAC website migrated from private
US based server and now hosted at National Informatics Server. Website audited and vulnerabilities
patched up. NAAC has uploaded all our latest publications in the download section. Most of the reports
and publications are easily downloadable and this section is helping the institutions to download all the
important publications at their end without any extra cost. The site has the following information.

l Latest Information section


l Accredited Institutions list
l Process of on accreditation
l Forthcoming Peer Team Visits
l Calendar of Events
l Guidelines for financial assistance
l Notice Boards
l Download section
l All publications, manuals, guidelines of NAAC, etc.
NAAC has completed the first phase of the two-phased project on ICT, Wi-fi Campus, Restructuring
MIS, Network, 10 Mbps Internet leased line and NAAC website. The project has been handed over to
NIC, Government of India. NAAC continues to interact with NIC for website support.

5. ICT at NAAC

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) section is very effective in supporting NAAC
Accreditation and Assessment process. The information pertaining to visit dates, selection of members,
etc., is available through customized software. Whole MIS module is developed and managed by
technical personals in NAAC. All the computers are connected through the LAN network. High speed

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internet facility is provided to all the officers and employees of NAAC for effective functioning. There is
a constant monitoring mechanism of systems in place. The section is upgraded as per the current needs
when ever required. Windows Vista and Microsoft 2008 are used as operating systems and it is working as
the backbone to the overall server management and administration. Networking division in ICT
department is running through the Dell Manageable switches.

o Campus-wide networking (both wired and wireless) commissioned and working.


o Licensed software procured and installed on server (Window Prof 7, Trend Micro-Antivirus,
SQL Server end and Visual Basic for application development.
o Existing server upgraded server racks procured and setup.
NAAC continues to interact with NIC for ICT support.

Network

l Campus wide networking completed. All the WiFi and newly laid cable network functional
l CISCO router procured and installed
Software

Following liesenced software procured and installed on the server

l Windows server enterprise edition

l Windows 7 professional edition for all client machines

l Trend Micro-enterprise edition- anti virus

l SQL server standard edition

l Windows dotnet standard edition

l Existing server upgraded as per requirements

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6. Purchase of new computers

New computers with high end configuration were purchased and also upgradation of certain software
done during the year for the NAAC office.

7. Manpower Support

List of NAAC staff is given in annexure 7.1.

NAAC continues to outsource its additional manpower support requirement from time to time
with external employment agencies.

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Annexure 7.1

Staff of NAAC

Director – NAAC
Prof. H. A. Ranganath

Academic : Core

Sl. No Name Designation


1. Dr. Latha Pillai Adviser (on lien)
2. Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar Deputy Adviser
3. Dr. K.Rama Deputy Adviser (on EOL)
4. Mr. B. S. Madhukar Deputy Adviser
5. Dr. Jaganath S Patil Deputy Adviser
6. Mr. B. S. Ponmudiraj Assistant Adviser
7. Dr. Ganesh Hegde Assistant Adviser
8. Dr. Sujata P. Shanbhag Assistant Adviser

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Academic : Support

Sl. No Name Designation


9. Mr. I. H. Jahagirdar Librarian
10. Mr. Kiran R. Jere Statistician
11. Mr. Wahidul Hasan Communication-cum-
Publication Officer

Establishment

Sl. No Name Designation


12. Mr. K. B. Gopinath Administrative Officer
(till 4th February 2011)
13. Mrs. Cynthia D'Mello Administrative Officer (i/c)
(from 5th February 2011)
14. Mrs. Cynthia D'Mello Finance Officer
15. Mr. V. Lakshman Facilitation-cum-Liaison
Officer

Academic : Support
Sl. No Name Designation
16. Mr. D. S. Srikanth Academic Professional
17. Mr. V. Uma Shankar Academic Professional

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Establishment

Sl. No Name Designation


18. Mr Arun. M Professional Assistant
19. Mrs. Mangala. M Personal Assistant to
Director
20. Mrs. Geetha Pujar Receptionist
21. Mrs. C. Maya Professional Assistant
22. Mr. N. Umashankar Semi-Professional Assistant
23. Mr. R. S. Sridhar Semi-Professional Assistant
24. Mrs. M. Suma Junior Semi-Professional
Assistant
25. Mr. K. Ravikumar Junior Semi-Professional
Assistant
26. Mr. B. Srinivas Driver
27. Mr. S. M. Rao Driver
28. Mr. P. Hari Attendant
29. Mr. P.K. Sathish Attendant

Consultant
Sl. No Name Designation
30. Mr. Nagesha Junior Engineer - on
deputation from KPWD

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Annexure 7.2

Calendar of Meetings

General Council (GC)

Sl. No GC No. Venue Date

1. Special NAAC, Bangalore 1st May 2010

Executive Committee (EC)

Sl. No GC No. Venue Date


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1. 53 NAAC, Bangalore 4 September 2010

2. 54th NAAC, Bangalore 8th January 2011

3. 55th NAAC, Bangalore 27th March 2011

Finance Committee (FC)

Sl. No GC No. Venue Date


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1. 20 NAAC, Bangalore 4 September 2010

2. 21st NAAC, Bangalore 27th March 2011

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Appeals Committee (AC)

Sl. No GC No. Venue Date


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1. 16 NAAC, Bangalore 6 April 2010
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2. 17 NAAC, Bangalore 3 August 2010

3. 18th NAAC, Bangalore 1st September 2010


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4. 19 NAAC, Bangalore 14 November 2010

Committee for Recommending Institutional Eligibility for Quality Assessment (CRIEQA)

Sl. No GC No. Venue Date


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1. 12 NAAC, Bangalore 21 June 2010

2. 13th NAAC, Bangalore 27th December 2010

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Annexure 7.3

International Visitors to NAAC


The purpose of the international delegates/delegation visiting NAAC is to get first hand information on
the processes of Assessment and Accreditation in India. They also get an insight into the general higher
education scenario in the country. The delegation learns from the Indian experiences of External Quality
Assurance (EQA) perspective. In turn, NAAC also learns from their experiences. Some of the visitation
continues through audio-bridging and video conferencing for bilateral cooperation or through
Memorandum of Understanding between organizations for mutual learning.

As a matured EQA agency, NAAC also hosts International Intern(s) through

1) INQAAHE Internship programme

2) APQN Immersion programme

3) APQN Internship programme

Following are the international visitors to NAAC:


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ØMs. Melanie Chapman, Education Counsellor from New Zealand visited NAAC on 14 June,
2010. The purpose of the visit was to update and share experiences on NAAC activities and
student mobility etc.

ØA Delegation from Indonesia (NAAHE) comprising Prof. Mulyoto, Dr. Suparto, Dr. Hari
Sutrisno, Dr. Cut Kamaril Wardani and Hariadi, M.Kes visited NAAC from September 12-25,
2010. As a part of the Immersion Programme the delegation from Indonesian (NAAHE)
participated in some of the activities of NAAC viz AIMs, PTVs, Seminar

Ø
Dr. Victoria Collis, Director, River Path Associates, As External consultant from UK
appointed by UKERIE visited NAAC to interact with NAAC academic advisors on project
appraisal & evaluation during October 4th, 2010

ØVisit of APQN 2010 Intern Mr. Abilio De Araujo, Quality Coordinator, National
Commission for Academic Assessment and Accreditation (NCAAA) from Timor-Leste
during 14-25 November under APQN Internship programme 2010

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ØDelegation from Australia comprising of Prof. Graham Webb, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of


the University of New England (UNE), Prof. Belinda Tynan, Director of DEHub at UNE
(Australian Consortium of Distance Education Universities) and Dr. Carina Bossu,
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Researcher in DE Hub at UNE visited NAAC on 30 November, 2010.

ØDr. Vivek Gupta Ramnarain, Acting Head, Quality Assurance and Accreditation Division,
Tertiary Education Commission, Reduit, Mauritius visited NAAC for sharing experience in
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dealing with Quality enhancement processes during December 13 , 2010

ØDr. Michiel Kolman, Senior Vice-President for Academic Relations at Elsevier visited NAAC
to discuss and further explore how Elsevier can enhance the competitiveness of Scientific
research in India and also to share with NAAC recent innovations and future innovations at
Elsevier with academic staff of NAAC on 7th January 2011

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List of Institutions Accredited by NAAC from 1 April 2010 to 31 March 2011

Universities

Sl. No Name of the Institution State CGPA Grade

1 Dharmsinh Desai University, Gujarat 2.71 B


Nadiad - 387001, College Road
2 North Orissa University, Orissa 2.05 B
Mayurbhanj - 757003, Sri Ram Chandra
Vihar, Takatpur, Baripada

Colleges

Sl. No Name of the Institution State CGPA Grade

1. Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Andhra 2.73 B


Technology, Hyderabad - 500075, Pradesh
Chaitanya Bharathi P.O., Gandipet
2. College of Defence Management, Andhra 3.11 A
Secunderabad - 500014, Sainikpuri Pradesh
Post, Dist. Rangareddy
3. Mamata Educational Society Mamata Andhra 3.09 A
Dental College, Khammam - 507002, Pradesh
Giriprasad Nagar
4. J. B. Institute of Engineering and Andhra 2.22 B
Technology, Hyderabad - 500075, Pradesh
Yenkapally, Moinabad Mandal, P. O.
Himayathnagar, Dist. Ranga Reddy
5. Anwarul Uloom College, Andhra 2.84 B
Hyderabad - 500001, Pradesh
New Mallepally

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Sl. No Name of the Institution State CGPA Grade

6. Indian Institute of Management and Andhra 2.30 B


Commerce (Degree & G College), Pradesh
Hyderabad - 500004, 6-1-91, Adj. to
Telephone Bhavan, Khairatabad
7. Sardar Patel College, Andhra 2.80 B
Secunderabad - 500025, Pradesh
No. 14, Padmarao Nagar
8. Guru Nanak Engineering College, Andhra 2.36 B
Ibrahimpatnam - 501506, Pradesh
Dist. Ranga Reddy
9. St. Joseph's Educational Society Andhra 1.94 C
Dr. K. S. P. R. College of Education, Pradesh
Kesanapalli - 522601, Narasaraopet,
Dist. Guntur
10. St. Paul's College of Education, Andhra 3.04 A
Giddalur - 523357, Dist. Prakasam Pradesh
11. C. M. Science College, Bihar 2.59 B
Darbhanga - 846004, P. O. Lalbagh
12. Government Mahamaya College, Chhattisgarh 2.42 B
Ratanpur - 495442, Dist. Bilaspur
13. Government Engineer Vishwesarraiya Chhattisgarh 2.69 B
Post Graduate College, Korba - 495677,
Rajgamar Road, Near 100 Bed Hospital
14. Gokul Kelavani Mandal Sanchalit Gardi Gujarat 2.11 B
Arts and Commerce College, Dist.
Junagadh - Maliya - Hatina, Sasan Road
15. Parul Trust Baroda College of Gujarat 2.22 B
Pharmacy, Waghodia - 391760,
P. O. Limba, Dist. Vadodara

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Sl. No Name of the Institution State CGPA Grade


16. Shree Amreli Jilla Leuva Patel Gujarat 1.87 C
Charitable Trust, Surat Managed
Shree K. P. Dholakiya Infotech Mahila
College, Amreli - 365601,
Smt. Shantaben Haribhai Gajera
Shaikshanik Sankul, Chakkargadh Road
17. Sardar Vallabhbhai Vanijya Gujarat 2.08 B
Mahavidyalaya, Ahmedabad - 380001,
Relief Road
18. Shree Amreli Jilla Leuva Patel Gujarat 2.35 B
Charitable Trust, Surat Managed
Shree Leuva Patel Trust M. Ed. Mahila
College, Amreli - 365601,
Smt. Shantaben Haribhai Gajera
Shaikshanik Sankul, Chakkargadh Road
19. Pardi Education Society, Killa-Pardi Gujarat 2.80 B
J. P. Pardiwala Arts and Commerce
College, Killa-Pardi - 396125,
Dist. Valsad
20. Shree K. P. Shah Law College, Gujarat 2.10 B
Jamnagar - 361001, Arvind Marg,
Sat Rasta
21. Shri Swaminarayan Gurukul - Gondal Gujarat 1.77 C
Road, Rajkot Shastri Swami
Shree Dharmajivandasji Institute of
Information Technology,
Junagadh - 362001, College Road
22. Shri Idar Prajakiya Vidhyottejak Gujarat 1.70 C
Samitti Sanchalit Talakchand Myachand
Shah Mahila Arts College,
Idar - 383430, Dist. Sabarkanta

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23. Gandhi Ashram, Zilia Trust Babubhai Gujarat 2.65 B
M. Shah Mahavidyalay, Zilia - 384225,
Tal. Chanasma, Dist. Patan
24. Gramseva Mahavidyalay, Gujarat 2.67 B
Grambharti - 382721, Amrapur, Tal.
Mansa, Dist. Gandhinagar
25. College of Computer and Management Gujarat 1.75 C
Studies, Vadu - 382705, Tal. Kadi,
Dist. Mehsana
26. Sarvajanik Education Society Shree Gujarat 2.67 B
Ramkrishna Institute of Computer
Education and Applied Sciences,
Surat - 395001, Behind P. T. Science
College, Opp. Chowpati, Athwalines
27. Vishwabharati Education Sansthan, Gujarat 1.87 C
Gujarat M. M. Chaudhari Arts College,
Rajendranagar - 383276, NH No. 8,
Rajendranagar Char Rasta, Via-Raigadh,
Tal. Bhiloda, Dist. Sabarkantha
28. Bhavan's Shri. I. L. Pandya Arts, Gujarat 2.71 B
Science and Smt. J. M. Shah Commerce
College, Dakor - 388225, Dakor-
Umreth Road, Dist. Kheda
29. Shri. J. S. Bhakta and Shri K. M. Bhakta Gujarat 2.64 B
Arts, Shri A. N. Shah Science and
Shri. N. F. Shah Commerce College,
Navagam - 394185, Kamrej Char Rasta,
Dist. Surat

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30. Sankheda Sarvajanik Education Trust Gujarat 1.51 C
Kapadia Nagindas Maganlal Maneklal
Sarvajanik Arts College and The
Sankheda Nagrik Sahakari Bank
S. Commerce College, S
ankheda - 391145, Dist Baroda
31. Shri Chhotubhai Purani Degree Gujarat 2.30 B
College of Physical Education,
Rajpipla - 393145, Dist. Narmada
32. Mahuva Education Trust Gujarat 2.21 B
Shree K. V. Parekh Science, Matushree
T. K.. Parekh Arts and Smt.
G. S. Parekh Commerce College,
Mahuva - 364290, Jadra Road,
Dist. Bhavnagar
33. Shree B. B .Smarak Trust, Kodinar Gujarat 2.09 B
Shree J. S. Parmar Arts and Commerce
College, Kodinar - 362725, Kodinar-
Veraval Highway, Dist. Junagadh
34. Limkheda Vibhag Yuvak Education Gujarat 1.97 C
Society Arts College, Limkheda -
389140, Jhalod Road, Dist. Dahod
35. Smt. Kabariya Arts, Vaghasiya Gujarat 2.17 B
Commerce & Bhagat Science Mahila
College, Amreli - 365601, Chakkargadh
Road, Smt. Shantaben Haribhai
Gajera Shaikshanik Sankul
36. Charutar Vidya Mandal Waymade Gujarat 2.83 B
College of Education, Vallabh
Vidyanagar - 388120, Near
GCET Engg. College, Bakrol Road

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37. G. B. Shah Commerce College, Gujarat 1.67 C


Ahmedabad - 380007, Near Telephone
Exchange, Vasna
38. Shri Gozaria Kelavani Mandal Nima Gujarat 2.44 B
Girls Arts College, Gozaria - 382825,
Dist. Mehsana
39. The Dhansura Pradesh Education Gujarat 2.11 B
Society Sanchalit The Dhansura
People's Co-operative Bank Limited
Arts & Commerce College,
Dhansura - 383310, Dist. Sabarkantha
40. Guru Dronacharya College of Haryana 1.98 C
Education, Village Bhuna - 125111,
Dist. Fatehabad
41. P. K. R. Jain (PG) College of Haryana 2.49 B
Education, Nasirpur - 134003, Hisar
Road, Dist. Ambala City
42. Ch. Devi Lal College of Education, Haryana 3.15 A
Jagadhri - 135101, P.O. Fatehpur,
Buria Road, Bhagwangarh,
Dist. Yamuna Nagar
43. M. M. College of Education, Haryana 3.16 A
Mullana - 133207, Dist. Ambala
44. Shobha Devi Ramanand Bansal Haryana 2.78 B
Foundation Rashoba College of
Education, Sirsa - 125055, P. B. No. 27
45. Lord Shiva College of Education, Haryana 2.49 B
Rohtak - 124401, Opp. Ch. Bansi Lal
Cricket Stadium, V. P. O. Lalhi

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46. Swami Vivekanand College of Haryana 2.77 B
Education, Jagadhri - 135003, Adj
Sector - 18, Huda, Dist. Yamuna Nagar
47. B. R. M. College of Education, Haryana 2.54 B
Gharaunda - 132114, Malik Pur Road,
Near Railway Crossing, Dist. Karnal
48. Shri Sardari Lal College of Education, Haryana 2.88 B
Ambala - 133104, V. P. O. Nahoni
49. Shri Guru Harkrishan College of Haryana 2.63 B
Education, Jagadhri - 135003, Near
Springdales Public School, Bilaspur
Byepass Road
50. Seth Banarsi Dass College of Haryana 3.21 A
Education, Kurukshetra - 136118, Opp.
Sector - 7, Pipli Road
51. Hari Singh Nalwa Trust Nalwa College Haryana 2.21 B
of Education, Ujha - 132101, P.O.
Risalu, Tal. BapoliDist. Panipat
52. Green Valley Educational Trust Ladwa Haryana 2.63 B
College of Education, Ladwa - 136132,
Indri Road
53. South Point College of Education, Haryana 3.02 A
Sonepat - 131001, Purkhas Road, Near
Sugar Mill, Sector 20
54. Ch. Matu Ram College of Education, Haryana 1.83 C
Ladwa - 136132, Vill. Jainpur Jattan,
Dist. Kurukshetra
55. Darsh College of Education, Gohana Haryana 3.02 A
(Sonepat) - 131301, Gohana-Panipat
Road

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56. Department of Teacher Education Haryana 2.78 B
BLS Institute of Technology
Management, Bahadurgarh - 124507,
Delhi-Rohtak Road, Jakhoda
57. Gaur College of Education, Haryana 2.33 B
Behbalpur - 125001, 14th K. M. Stone,
Chandigarh Road, Dist. Hisar
58. Kalpana Chawla College of Education Haryana 3.04 A
for Women, Hisar - 125001, 14th Mile
Stone, Sirsa Road, Chikanwas
59. Lt. Mahipat Singh College of Haryana 3.01 A
Education, Bahadurgarh - 124507,
Chhara Beri Road, Sarai Aurangabad,
Near Sector - 2, Dist. Jhajjar
60. Department of Teacher Education Haryana 3.16 A
Al-Falah School of Education &
Training, Dhauj - 121004,
Dist. Faridabad
61. Advanced Institute of Education, Haryana 2.63 B
Faridabad - 121105, 70 km, Delhi -
Mathura Road, Village Aurangabad,
Palwal
62. Maharaja Agrasain College of Haryana 2.92 B
Education, Daroli - 125052, 6th K.M.
From Mandi Adampur, Dist. Hisar
63. Rao Mohar Singh College of Haryana 2.71 B
Education, Gurgaon - 122101,
Behrampur, P.O. Fazilpur, Sector - 74,
Near Hero Honda Chowk

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64. KIIT College of Education, Gurgaon - Haryana 3.02 A
122102, KIIT Campus, Sohna Road,
Near Bhondsi
65. Geeta Adarsh College of Education, Haryana 2.64 B
Ladwa - 136132, Vill. Mehra, P.O.
Bakali, Dist. Kurukshetra
66. Smt. Indira Devi College of Education, Haryana 2.73 B
Sangipur (Radaur) - 135133, Dist.
Yamuna Nagar
67. Tulsi College of Education for Women, Haryana 2.03 B
Ambala City - 134003, Hissar Road
68. Lord Krishna College of Education, Haryana 1.96 C
Adhoya - 133205, 18th Milestone,
Shahabad-Barara Road, Dist. Ambala
69. Smt. Santra Devi College of Education, Haryana 2.61 B
Samaspur - 127306, P. B. No. 11, Tal.
Charkhi Dadri, Dist. Bhiwani
70. Shri Ram College of Education, Haryana 2.16 B
Kaithal - 136027, Near Ekansh Motor,
Ambala Road
71. Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal (PG) College Haryana 3.02 A
of Education, Sirsa - 125005, P. B.
No. 81, Barnala Road
72. Mata Harki Devi College of Education Haryana 2.31 B
for Women, Sirsa - 125077,
VPO - Odhan
73. Shree Ram Mulkh College of Haryana 2.18 B
Education, Dandrawal-Ferozpur -
134203, Tal. Raipur, Dist. Panchkula

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74. Ch. Ishwar Singh Mahila Shikshan Haryana 2.39 B
Mahavidyalaya, Fatehpur-Pundri -
136026, Dist. Kaithal
75. Dronacharya College of Education, Himachal 2.32 B
Rait - 176208, Tal. Shahpur, Dist. Pradesh
Kangra
76. Trisha College of Education, Thain - Himachal 2.18 B
177048, Jol Sappar (Rangas) P.O., Dist. Pradesh
Hamirpur
77. Krishma Educational Centre (Post Himachal 2.81 B
Graduate College of Education), Pradesh
Dadour - 175027, P. O. Dhaban, Tal.
Sadar, Dist. Mandi
78. Shimla College of Education, Shimla - Himachal 1.61 C
171006, Sheetal Kung Estate, Pradesh
Kamlanagar, Sanjauli
79. Shiva College of Education, Himachal 2.24 B
Ghumarwin - 174021, Dist. Bilaspur Pradesh
80. Shri Sai College of Education, Kohla Himachal 2.34 B
(Nadaun) - 177033, Tal. Nadaun, Dist. Pradesh
Hamirpur
81. Vivekananda College of Education, Jammu and 2.56 B
Lakhanpur - 184152, Dist. Kathua Kashmir
82. New Horizon College of Education, Karnataka 2.88 B
Bangalore - 560008, 100 Feet Road,
Indiranagar
83. Acharya Institute of Management and Karnataka 3.46 A
Sciences, Bangalore - 560058, 1st Cross,
1st Stage, Peenya

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84. Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAF), Karnataka 3.20 A
Bangalore - 560017, Vimanapura Post
85. Vivekananda College of Education, Karnataka 3.02 A
Arsikere - 573103, Dist. Hassan
86. Seshadripuram First Grade College, Karnataka 2.75 B
Bangalore - 560064, CA Site No. 26,
Yelahanka New Town
87. Bapuji Educational Association (R) Karnataka 3.13 A
Bapuji Dental College & Hospital,
Davangere - 577004, P. B. No. 326
88. Government First Grade College, Karnataka 2.44 B
Chickballapura - 562101, M. G. Road
89. Bhagawan Shri Satya Sai Education Karnataka 2.15 B
Society's Shri Satya Sai Institute of
Home Science (For Women),
Dharwad - 580001, 4th Cross, Saptapur
90. Iqbal College, Thiruvananthapuram - Kerala 2.77 B
695563, Peringammala
91. Pazhassiraja N. S. S. College, Mattanur - Kerala 2.62 B
670702, Dist. Kannur
92. Kuriakose Gregorios College, Kerala 2.86 B
Kottayam - 686502, Pampady
93. Prajyoti Niketan College, Pudukad - Kerala 2.76 B
680301, Dist. Thrissur
94. Devaswom Board College, Kerala 2.75 B
Thalayolaparambu - 686605,
Dist. Kottayam

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95. Sanjay Gandhi Smriti Government Madhya 1.97 C
P. G. Autonomous College, Sidhi - Pradesh
486661, North Karaudiya
96. Institute of Allied Sciences and Madhya 2.75 B
Computer Applications, Gwalior - Pradesh
474001, Opp. Sithouli Railway Station,
N. H. 75, Jhansi Road
97. College of Military Engineering, Pune - Maharashtra 3.15 A
411031, CME P.O. Dapodi
98. Patuck Polytechnic's Trust's Patuck - Maharashtra 1.72 C
Gala College of Commerce and
Management, Mumbai - 400055, 100,
Nehru Road, Near Vakola Bridge,
Santacruz (East)
99. Tapaswi Public Charitable Trust, Maharashtra 1.82 C
Yeoti's Venkatesh Mahajan Senior
College, Osmanabad - 413501,
Samarth Nagar, Sanja Road
Osmanabad
100. Loknete Ma, Hanmantrao Patil Maharashtra 1.80 C
Charitable Trust's Loknete Hanmantrao
Patil Arts, Commerce College, VITA -
415311, Shriramnagar, Mayani Road,
Dist. Sangli
101. Krishnai Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Maharashtra 1.80 C
Janvikas Mahavidyalaya, Bansarola -
431518, Tal. Kaij Dist. Beed
102. Agricultural Development Trust, Maharashtra 1.82 C
Baramati Sharadabai Pawar College of
Education for Women, Shardanagar -
413115, Malegaon Colony, Tal.
Baramati, Dist. Pune

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103. Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj, Nashik Maharashtra 2.10 B
Arts, Science and Commerce College,
Saikheda - 422210, Tal. Niphad, Dist.
Nashik
104. Progressive Education Society's Maharashtra 2.45 B
Modern College of Engineering, Pune -
411005, No. 1186A, Shivajinagar,
Off J. M. Road
105. M. C. E. Society's A. K. Khan New Maharashtra 2.66 B
Law Academy, Pune - 411001, 2390-B,
K. B. Hidayatullah Road, Azam
Campus, Camp
106. West Khandesh Dalit Shikshan Maharashtra 2.59 B
Prasarak Mandal's Dr. Babasaheb
Ambedkar Memorial College of Law,
Dhule - 424002, Deopur
107. Royal Education Society's College of Maharashtra 2.54 B
Computer Science and Information
Technology, Latur - 413531,
Ambajogai Road
108. Nandurbar Taluka Vidhayak Samiti's Maharashtra 2.78 B
College of Law, Nandurbar - 425412,
P. B. No. 39
109. Imphal College, Imphal - 795001, Manipur 2.74 B
Kwakeithel Lamdong, Airport Road
110. Oriental College, Imphal - 795001, Manipur 2.41 B
N. C. Road, Takyel
111. Pachhunga University College, Aizawl - Mizoram 2.78 B
796001, College Veng
112. Government Johnson College, Mizoram 1.74 C
Aizawl - 796001,

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113. Government Serchhip College, Mizoram 2.08 B
Serchhip - 796181, P. B. No. 13
114. Jagannath International Management New Delhi 2.74 B
School (JIMS), Vasant Kunj - 110070,
OCF, Pocket - 9, Sector - B, Delhi
South
115. Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of New Delhi 2.68 B
Hotel Management and Catering
Technology, Kalkaji - 110019, Chandi-
wala Estate, Maa Anandmai Marg
116. Department of Teacher Education New Delhi 3.02 A
Institute of Vocational Studies,
New Delhi - 110017, FC-31,
Sheikh Sarai Ph-II, DDA Institutional
Area, Press Enclave Road
117. Regional College of Management Orissa 2.44 B
(Autonomous), Bhubaneswar - 751023,
Chakadola Vihar, Chandrasekharpur
118. Sonepur College, Sonepurraj - 767017, Orissa 1.87 C
Dist. Subarnapur
119. Joda Women's College, Joda - 758034, Orissa 2.28 B
Dist. Keonjhar
120. Rourkela Institute of Management Orissa 2.60 B
Studies, Rourkela - 769015, Industrial
Area, Gopabandhu Nagar, Chhend
121. Vesaja Patel College, Hemgir - 770076, Orissa 1.95 C
Duduka, Dist. Sundargarh
122. Jagdish Chandra D. A. V. College, Punjab 3.11 A
Dasuya - 144205, Dist. Hoshiarpur

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123. Ganga Ram Memorial Education & Punjab 2.60 B
Charitable Trust Mehar Chand College
of Education, Bhanopli - 140133, Tal.
Nangal, Dist. Ropar
124. Bhutta College of Education,Ludhiana- Punjab 2.75 B
141206, Alamgir - Rara Sahib, Bhutta
125. Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial College of Punjab 3.14 A
Education, Moga - 142053, V.P.O.
Dhudi Ke
126. Sacred Heart International College of Punjab 2.81 B
Education, Dhanaula - 148101, Manna
Pindi Near Deep Palace, Dist. Barnala
127. Mata Sahib Kaur Khalsa Girl's College Punjab 2.24 B
of Education, Patiala - 147001,
Dhamomajra
128. Shri Guru Arjun Dev Government Punjab 2.46 B
College, Tarn Taran - 1431401, Noordi
Road
129. Bawa Nihal Singh B. Ed. College, Punjab 2.72 B
Muktsar - 152026, Bawa Nihal Singh
Street, Opp. Guru Gobind Singh Park,
Kotkapura Road
130. Guru Nanak College of Education, Punjab 1.96 C
Dalewal (Bhunga) - 144208, P. O.
Hariana, Dist. Hoshiarpur
131. Anand College of Education for Punjab 2.08 B
Women, Amritsar - 143001, Jethuwal,
Batala Road
132. Guru Nanak College of Education, Punjab 2.22 B
Gopalpur (Near Dehlon) - 141118,
Ludhiana-Malerkotla Road, Dist.
Ludhiana

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133. Shivalik Hills College of Education, Punjab 2.30 B
Patti - 140125, P. O. Manakpur, Tal.
Nangal, Dist. Ropar
134. GMT College of Education, Ludhiana - Punjab 1.95 C
141008, Jalandhar Bypass Chowk,
G. T. Road
135. Dasmesh Girls College of Education, Punjab 2.54 B
Badal - 152113, Dist. Muktsar
136. Smt. Jawala Devi College of Education, Punjab 2.49 B
Sanghol - 141128, Dist. Fatehgarh Sahib
137. Surjeet Memorial College of Education, Punjab 2.80 B
Malwal - 142052, P.O. Payareana, Dist.
Ferozepur
138. S. S. College of Education for Girls, Punjab 1.91 C
Bhikhi - 151504, Dist. Mansa
139. Doraha College of Education Punjab 2.64 B
(for Women), Doraha - 141421, Dist.
Ludhiana
140. Satyam College of Education, Moga - Punjab 2.70 B
142001, V. P. O. Ghall Kalan,
Ferozepur Road
141. Rayat College of Education, Punjab 2.10 B
Railmajra - 144533, Near Ropar,
Dist. Saheed Bhagat Singh Nagar
142. Rayat and Bahra College of Education, Punjab 3.01 A
Sahauran - 140104, Tal. Kharar,
Dist. Mohali
143. Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Punjab 2.89 B
Technology, Rajpura - 140401,
Chandigarh Patiala National Highway,
Dist. Patiala

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144. St. Soldier College of Education, Punjab 3.11 A
Jalandhar - 144011, Behind REC
(N.I.T.), Bye Pass
145. Guru Ram Dass B. Ed. College, Punjab 2.77 B
Jalalabad (W) - 152024, D.A.V. College
Road, Vil. Chak Room Wala,
Dist. Ferozepur
146. S. D. College of Education, Punjab 2.62 B
Barnala - 148101,
147. Punjab College of Education, Punjab 2.56 B
Sarkapra - 140307, Chunni Kalan,
Via Landran, Dist. Fatehgarh Sahib
148. Guru Nanak Dev College of Punjab 2.51 B
Education, Majatri - 140307,
Tal. Kharar, Dist. Mohali
149. Mata Gurdev Kaur Memorial Punjab 2.32 B
Educational Institute, Bareta - 151501,
Dist. Mansa
150. S. Milkha Singh Educational Institute, Punjab 2.55 B
Bareta - 151501, Budhlada Road,
Dist. Mansa
151. Sadbhavna College of Education for Punjab 2.88 B
Women, Raikot - 148104, Vil. Jalaldiwal,
Raikot - Barnala Road
152. K. C. College of Education, Punjab 2.70 B
Nawanshahr - 144514, Karyam Road
153. Aklia College of Education for Women, Punjab 2.60 B
Goniana Mandi - 151201, Jaito Road,
Dist. Bathinda
154. Muktisar Institute of Higher Education, Punjab 2.86 B
Muktsar - 152026, Jalalabad Road

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155. Lala Jagat Naryan Education College, Punjab 3.05 A
Jalalabad (W) - 152024, Muktsar Road
156. Kenway College of Education, Abohar- Punjab 3.07 A
152116, Near Radha Swami Dera,
Hanumangarh Road
157. Sri Sai College of Education, Punjab 2.78 B
Pathankot - 145001, Badhani, Dalhousie
Road, Dist. Gurdaspur
158. RIMT - College of Education, Mandi Punjab 2.33 B
Gobindgarh - 147301, Opposite
Floating Restaurant, Sirhind Side,
G. T. Road, Dist. Fatehgarh Sahib
159. Guru Gobind Singh College of Punjab 3.17 A
Education, Talwandi Sabo - 151302,
Sardulgarh Road, Dist. Bathinda
160. Mohan Lal Memorial Institute of Punjab 3.15 A
Education, Amritsar - 143001,
Mudhal, Batala Road
161. Pine Grove College of Education, Punjab 2.66 B
Bassi Patanan - 140142, Bassi-Morinda
Road, Dist. Fatehgarh Sahib
162. Chandigarh College of Education, Punjab 3.01 A
Mohali - 140307, Landran
163. Divya Shiksha Gurukul College of Punjab 3.11 A
Education for Women, Derabassi -
140507, Gholumajra, Derabassi - Lalru
Highway, Dist. Mohali
164. Guru Gobind Singh College of Punjab 2.63 B
Education, Beghpur Kamlooh
(Mukerian) - 144211, Dist. Hoshiarpur

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165. Shivam College of Education, Punjab 2.38 B


Khokhar-Kalan - 148031, Lehra-Sunam
Road, Dist. Sangrur
166. Chitkara College of Education for Punjab 3.14 A
Women, Fatehpurgarhi - 140401,
Tal. Rajpura, Dist. Patiala
167. Bhagwati Shikshak Prashikshan Rajasthan 2.42 B
Mahavidyalaya, Gangapur City -
322201, Dist. Sawal Madhopur
168. Central Academy Teachers Training Rajasthan 1.85 C
College, Ajmer - 305001, Pragati Nagar,
Kotra
169. Rajasthan Shikshak Prashikshan Rajasthan 1.74 C
Vidyapeeth, Jaipur - 302002, Shahpura
Bag, Amer Road
170. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Applied Rajasthan 3.20 A
Sciences, Jaipur - 302022, JECRC
Campus, Shri Ram Ki Nangal, Via
Sitapura RIICO, Tonk Road
171. Chhoti Devi Memorial Girls B. Ed. Rajasthan 1.82 C
College, Deedwana - 341303,
Ladnu Road, Dist. Nagour
172. Goenka Shiksha Avam Shodh Sansthan Rajasthan 2.77 B
Mohinidevi Goenka Girls B. Ed.
College, Khuri Bari - 332313, Sikar-
Lachhmangarh Road (NH-11), Vill.
Ghassu, Dist. Sikar
173. Sanjay Teacher's Training College, Rajasthan 2.81 B
Jaipur - 302015, Lal Kothi Scheme,
Tonk Road

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174. Department of Teacher Education Rajasthan 1.75 C


Indo American Institute, Balicha -
313001, Opp. Sneh Resorts, N. H No. 8,
Dist. Udaipur
175. Geetanjali B. Ed. College, Borawar - Rajasthan 2.28 B
341502, Tal. Makarana, Dist. Nagour
176. Suratgarh B. Ed. College, Suratgarh - Rajasthan 2.40 B
335804, N. H. No. 15
177. Bhartiya Balika Shiksak Prashikshan Rajasthan 2.59 B
Mahavidyalaya, Sikar - 332021, Bikaner
Bypass - Dhani Salimsingh, Chandpura
178. Indian Girls College of Education, Rajasthan 2.58 B
Jhunjhunu - 333001, RIICO Colony
179. Indian Teacher Training College, Rajasthan 2.75 B
Churu - 331001, Near Samaj Kalayan
Hostel A-39, Sector II Sanik Basti
Churu
180. Sri Krishna College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.10 B
Arakkonam - 631003, T. R. S. Campus,
Sri Krishna Nagar, Tiruttani High Road,
Dist. Vellore
181. Air Force Administrative College, Tamil Nadu 2.86 B
Coimbatore - 641018, Redfields
182. J. J. College of Education, Pudukkottai - Tamil Nadu 2.43 B
622422, J. J. Nagar, Sivapuram Post
183. Servite College of Education for Tamil Nadu 2.43 B
Women, Therkupallam - 621313,
Thogaimalai Post, Dist. Karur

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184. Sri Bharathi College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.16 B
Pudukkottai - 622303, Kaikkurichi
185. Indian College of Education, Katpadi - Tamil Nadu 2.45 B
Vellore, No. 51/2A, Katpadi-
Thiruvalam Road
186. Dr. N. G. P. Arts and Science College, Tamil Nadu 2.76 B
Coimbatore - 641048, Dr. NGP-
Kalappatti Road
187. Thanthai Hans Roever College, Tamil Nadu 2.75 B
Perambalur - 621212, Elambalur
188. Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Tamil Nadu 3.13 A
Engineering, Kalavakkam - 603110,
Rajiv Gandhi Road
189. Mohamed Sathak Teacher Training Tamil Nadu 2.39 B
College, Padur - 603103, Old
Mahabalipuram Road
190. K. S. Rangasamy College of Arts and Tamil Nadu 2.82 B
Science, Tiruchengode - 637215, KSR
Kalvi Nagar, Dist. Namakkal
191. Gnanamani College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.55 B
Pachal - 637018, N. H. 7, A. K.
Samuthiram, Dist. Namakkal
192. Dhivya College of Education, Chetpet - Tamil Nadu 1.85 C
801, Gingee Road, Dist.
Thiruvannamalai
193. Mangayarkarasi College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.71 B
Madurai - 625402, Paravai
194. Vivekanandha College of Education Tamil Nadu 2.46 B
for Women, Elayampalayam - 637205,
Tiruchengodu, Dist. Namakkal

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195. Sri Renugambal College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.64 B
Polur - 606907, C. C. Road, Ettivadi,
Dist. Tiruvannamalai
196. Chezhian College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.50 B
Kalasapakkam - 606751, Tenpallipattu
Village, Tal. Polur, Dist. Tiruvannamalai
197. Sri Balaji College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.23 B
Tirunelveli - 627414, Survey No. 309,
Knowledge Temple Campus, Shri.
Ramachandran Nagar, Cheranmahadevi

198. St. Mary's College of Education, Tamil Nadu 2.09 B


Seydunganallur - 628809,
Dist. Thoothukudi
199. Ramthakur College, Agartala - 799003, Tripura 2.27 B
Government of Tripura, Badharehat,
A. D. Nagar
200. Vijay College of Education, Uttar Pradesh 1.82 C
Ghaziabad - 201001, Mahindra Enclave,
Z Block, Shastri Nagar
201. Feroze Gandhi College, Rae Uttar Pradesh 2.75 B
Bareli - 229001, No. 441, Nirala Nagar
202. Jwala Devi Vidya Mandir Post Graduate Uttar Pradesh 2.60 B
College, Kanpur - 208012, Anand Bagh
203. Vivek College of Education, Bijnor - Uttar Pradesh 2.30 B
246701, Moradabad Road, P. O. Agri
204. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.37 B
Modern College of Professional Studies,
Ghaziabad - 201007, No. 431, Anand
Industrial Estate, Mohan Nagar

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205. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.22 B
Radha Krishna Kanya Mahavidyalaya,
Sikandra - Agra, Sector - 9, Avas
Vikas Colony
206. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.31 B
Shanti Niketan College of Business
Management and Computer Science,
Agra - 282001, NH-3, Agra-Gwalior
Road, Tehra
207. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.49 B
Acme Institute of Management and
Technology, Agra - 282007, Near
Sudhir Dharamkanta, Mathura Bye
Pass Road, Sikandra
208. Department of Education Aryan Uttar Pradesh 2.78 B
Institute of Management and
Computer Studies, Agra - 282007,
Sector - 13, Avas Vikas Colony,
Sikandra-Bodla Road
209. D. A. V. Degree College, Varanasi - Uttar Pradesh 3.08 A
221001, Maharshi Dayanand Marg,
Naharpura, Aushanganj
210. Kanoharlal Snatakottar Mahila Uttar Pradesh 2.30 B
Mahavidyalaya, Meerut - 250002,
Sharda Road, Brahmpuri
211. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.20 B
Rama Devi Kanya Mahavidyalaya,
Noida - 201301, E-3D, Sector 61
212. Government Degree College, Uttar Pradesh 1.52 C
Bilaspur - 244921, Dist. Rampur

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213 Madan Mohan Malaviya Post Graduate Uttar Pradesh 2.74 B
College, Kalakankar - 229408, Dist.
Pratapgarh
214. Sant Kavi Baba Baijnath Government Uttar Pradesh 1.84 C
P. G. College, Harakh - 225121, Dist.
Barabanki
215. Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay Government Uttar Pradesh 2.23 B
Girls Post Graduate College, Luchnow -
226017, Rajajipuram
216. S. M. M. Town P. G. College, Ballia - Uttar Pradesh 2.50 B
277001,
217. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.49 B
Madan Mohan Malaviya Post Graduate
College, Kalakankar - 229408, Dist.
Pratapgarh
218. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.48 B
S. M. M. Town P. G. College,
Ballia - 277001,
219. H. N. B. Government Post Graduate Uttar Pradesh 2.59 B
College, Allahabad - 211008, Naini
220. Government Post Graduate College, Uttar Pradesh 2.06 B
Etah - 207302, Jalesar
221. Shaheed Mangal Pandey Government Uttar Pradesh 2.56 B
Girls Post Graduate College, Meerut -
250002, Sector - 2, Madhavpuram
222. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.93 B
Dev College, Agra - 283201, Barhan,
Etmadpur

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223. Maharana PratapGovernment P. G. Uttar Pradesh 2.15 B
College, Hardoi - 241001, Sitapur
Bypass Road, Maholiya Shivpar
224. Lal Bahadur Shastri P. G. College, Uttar Pradesh 2.23 B
Gonda - 271003, Civil Lines
225. Department of Education Bhagwanti Uttar Pradesh 2.74 B
Education Centre Degree College,
Kanpur - 209217, Mandhana
Bithoor Road
226. Bhalchandra Institute of Education Uttar Pradesh 3.09 A
and Management, Lucknow - 227107,
11th K. M. Hardoi Road, P. O. Kakori
227. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.82 B
P. D. Mahila Degree College,
Fatehgarh - 206451, Dist. Farrukhabad
228. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.22 B
Sitapur Shikshan Sanstha, Sitapur -
261001, Resora
229. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.54 B
Indraprastha Institute of Education
and Management, Hapur - 245101,
Indraprastha Nagar, Jarothi, Garh Road
230. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.23 B
Hi-Tech Institute of Engineering and
Technology, Ghaziabad - 201902,
No. 773, 26th K. M. Delhi-Hapur
Byepass
231. Kisan Post Graduate College, Uttar Pradesh 2.67 B
Bahraich - 271801,
232. Maharani Lal Kunwari P. G. College, Uttar Pradesh 3.25 A
Balrampur - 271201,

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233. Vidya Mandir Degree College, Uttar Pradesh 2.10 B
Kaimganj - 207502, Kampil Road,
Dist. Farrukhabad
234. Major Shiv Dayal Singh Mahila Uttar Pradesh 2.62 B
Mahavidyalaya, Mohammdabad -
206451, Farrukhabad
235. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.42 B
Major Shiv Dayal Singh Mahavidyalaya,
Mohammdabad - 206451, Farrukhabad
236. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 3.13 A
Shri. P. L. Memorial Degree College,
Barabanki - 225001, 6th K. M. Stone,
Faizabad Road
237. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.31 B
Abhinava Sewa Sansthan Mahavidyalaya,
Kanpur - 208019, 81Q, Rajeev Puram
238. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.53 B
Durga Prasad Baljeet Singh (P.G.)
College, Anoopshahr - 202390,
Mahashay Durga Prasad Marg
239. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.71 B
Shiv Mandir Chhuttan Lal Kaka Girls
Post Graduate and B. Ed. College,
Sikardrabad - 203205, Khattri Bara,
Dist. Bulandshahr
240. Mahila Seva Sadan Degree College, Uttar Pradesh 2.15 B
Allahabad - 211003, No. 275, New
Bairahana Post
241. Jhunjhunwala P. G. College, Faizabad - Uttar Pradesh 2.02 B
145001, Dwarikapuri, Hansapur

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242. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.40 B


Shri Madhav College of Education and
Technology, Hapur - 245101, Keshav
Nagar, Modinagar Road, Dist.
Ghaziabad
243. College of Education, Greater Noida - Uttar Pradesh 2.65 B
203202, Sikandrabad-Dankaur Road,
Gautam Buddha Nagar, Bilaspur Post
244. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.54 B
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute,
Modi Nagar - 201204, Delhi - Meerut
Road, Sikri Kalan, Dist. Ghaziabad
245. Department of Education Uttar Pradesh 2.72 B
Mohini B. Manwani Girls Degree
College, Kanpur - 208017, Awas Vikas
Panki Road, Kalyanpur
246. Regency Teachers Training College, Uttar Pradesh 2.66 B
Sitapur - 261001, Regency Enclave,
Raseora
247. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Government Uttar Pradesh 2.51 B
Degree College, Aonla - 243301,
Dist. Bareilly
248. Hindu College, Moradabad - 244001, Uttar Pradesh 2.45 B
Budh Bazar, Station Road
249. Department of Education Uttar Pradesh 2.78 B
Shri Ram College, Muzaffarnagar -
283203, Circular Road
250. Department of Physical Education Uttar Pradesh 2.82 B
Shri Ram College, Muzaffarnagar -
283203, Circular Road

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251. Department of Physical Education Uttar Pradesh 2.60 B


Amar Shaheed Kanchan Singh P. G.
College, Shivpuri - 212655, Gharwasipur
Post, Tal. Khaga, Dist. Fatehpur
252. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.30 B
Amar Shaheed Kanchan Singh P. G.
College, Shivpuri - 212655, Gharwasipur
Post, Tal. Khaga, Dist. Fatehpur
253. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.65 B
Dewan Institute of Management
Studies, Meerut - 250103, Meerut By-
Pass Road, Partapur
254. Institute of Technology and Science, Uttar Pradesh 3.11 A
Ghaziabad - 201007, Mohan Nagar
255. YSL College of Education, Meerut - Uttar Pradesh 2.41 B
250001, Sardhana Road, Kanker Khera
256. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.31 B
Mahaveer Institute of Technology,
Meerut-250001, Pohalli, Sardhanan Road
257. Nanakchand Anglo Sanskrit College, Uttar Pradesh 2.41 B
Meerut - 250002, E. K. Road
258. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.15 B
Nanakchand Anglo Sanskrit College,
Meerut - 250002, E. K. Road
259. Vivekananda College of Education, Uttar Pradesh 2.20 B
Aligarh - 202001, Gonda Road, Near
Mathura Byepass
260. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.13 B
Maa Gayatri Arya Kanya Mahavidyalaya,
Etah - 207302, Dist. Jalesar

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261. BDS Gurukul of Education, Meerut - Uttar Pradesh 2.45 B
250004, Sector 8, Jagriti Vihar (Near
Somdutt Vihar), Opp. Medical College,
Garh Road
262. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.01 B
Mahadev Institute of Technology,
Ramnagar - 250606, Aminagar Sarai
Road, Dist. Baghpat
263. Lakhmi Chand Patwari College of Uttar Pradesh 2.53 B
Education, Khekra - 250101, Main
Road, Dist. Baghpat
264. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.11 B
Beacon Institute of Technology,
Meerut-250103, By Pass Road, Partapur
265. Department of Teacher Education Uttar Pradesh 2.34 B
Forte Institute of Technology,
Meerut - 250001, Mawana Road
266. Government Girls Degree College, Uttarakhand 2.39 B
Haldwani - 263141, Nawabi Road, Dist.
Nainital
267. Government Degree College, Manila - Uttarakhand 2.31 B
263667, Dist. Almora
268. Raja Mahendra Pratap P. G. College, Uttarakhand 1.86 C
Hardwar - 246776, Gurukul Narsan
269. Shri Guru Ram Rai (P.G.) College, Uttarakhand 2.63 B
Dehradun - 248001, Pathri Bagh
270. Department of Teacher Education Uttarakhand 2.59 B
Saraswati Institute of Management and
Technology, Rudrapur - 263153, 12 k.m.
on NH 74, Rudrapur-Gadarpur Road
P. O. Premnagar, Via Gadarpur

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271. Department of Education Uttarakhand 2.18 B
Sitadevi Memorial Institute of
Education & Technology, Hardwar -
249407, EID-GAH Road, Jwalapur
272. S. P. Memorial B. Ed. College, Srinagar - Uttarakhand 2.18 B
246174, Bhagtyana, Dist. Pauri Garhwal
273. Shyampur Siddheswari Mahavidyalaya, West Bengal 2.27 B
Howrah - 711312, Ajodhya
274. Dhruba Chand Halder College, South West Bengal 2.45 B
24-Parganas - 743372, P.O. Dakshin
Barasat
275. Maharaja Manindra Chandra College, West Bengal 2.51 B
Kolkata - 700003, No. 20, Ramkanto
Bose Street
276. Chandidas Mahavidyalaya, Khujutipara - West Bengal 1.95 C
731215, Dist. Birbhum
277. Bengal Institute of Technology & West Bengal 2.30 B
Management, Birbhum - 731236,
Doranda Sriniketan, Bolpur

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List of Institutions Accredited by NAAC from 1 April 2010 to 31 March 2011

Universities

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1. Acharya Nagarjuna University Andhra B 2.85
Nagarjuna Nagar, Pradesh
2. Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Andhra A 3.66
Learning Prasanthi Nilayam Pradesh
3. Tezpur University Assam B 2.76
Tezpur
4. Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Chhattisgarh B 2.62
Raipur
5. Veer Narmad South Gujarat Gujarat B 2.82
University Surat
6. Kuvempu University Karnataka B 2.81
Shankaraghatta
7. Mahatma Gandhi University Kerala B 2.90
Kottayam
8. Maharshi Dayanand University Haryana B 2.95
Rohtak
9. University of Pune Maharashtra A 3.10
Pune
10. Jamia Hamdard University New Delhi A 3.08
Hamdard Nagar
11. Jai Narain Vyas University Rajasthan B 2.50
Jodhpur
12. The Gandhigram Rural Institute Tamil Nadu A 3.09
Deemed University Gandhigram
13. Manonmaniam Sundaranar Tamil Nadu B 2.86
University Tirunelveli
14. Bundelkhand University Uttar Pradesh B 2.51
Jhansi

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Colleges

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1 Sri Yerramilli Narayana Murty College Andhra A 3.40


(Autonomous) Narsapur, Pradesh
2. Government College for Women Andhra B 2.76
(UG & PG) Hyderabad, Pradesh
3. Sir C Ramalinga Reddy College Andhra A 3.13
(Aided & Autonomous) Eluru, Pradesh
4. Karimganj College Assam B 2.78
Karimganj,
5. Sibsagar Girls' College Assam B 2.75
Sivasagar,
6. Bikali College Assam B 2.13
Goalpara
7. Dergaon Kamal Dowerah College Assam B 2.73
Dergaon
8. Morigaon College Assam B 2.35
Morigaon
9. Rabindrasadan Girls' College Assam B 2.22
Karimganj
10. Rangia College Assam B 2.80
Rangia
11. Duliajan College Assam B 2.82
Duliajan
12. Sonari College Assam B 2.40
Sonari
13. Furkating College Assam B 2.63
Furkating
14. Handique Girls College Assam B 2.87
Guwahati

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15. Tezpur College Assam B 2.31


Tezpur
16. Pragjyotish College Assam B 2.61
Guwahati
17. Chaiduar College Assam B 2.64
Gohpur
18. Goalpara College Assam B 2.45
Goalpara
19. Darrang College Assam B 2.82
Tezpur
20. Debraj Roy College Assam A 3.11
Golaghat
21. Dimoria College Assam A 3.10
Khetri
22. The Nazira College Assam C 1.94
Nazira
23. Cotton College Assam A 3.39
Guwahati
24. Gargaon College Assam B 2.36
Simaluguri
25. Dr. Birinchikumar Barooah College Assam B 2.0
Nagaon,
26. Nabinchandra College Assam B 2.72
Badarpur,
27. Bholanath College Assam B 2.82
Dhubri,
28. Nowgong College Assam A 3.18
Nagaon,
29. St. Xavier's College of Education Bihar A 3.11
Patna,

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30. Mahipatram Ashram M. P. Arts and Gujarat B 2.77
M. H. Commerce College for Women
Ahmedabad,
31. D. A. V. College for Girls Haryana A 3.02
Yamuna Nagar,
32. Swami Vivekanand College of Himachal B 2.40
Education Tarkwari, Pradesh
33. St. Bede's College Himachal
Shimla Pradesh A 3.33
34. Loyola College of Education Jharkhand B 2.86
Jamshedpur,
35. Annada College Hazaribag Jharkhand B 2.39
36. K. L. E. Society's Lingaraj College Karnataka A 3.15
(Autonomous) Belgaum,
37. Hasanath College for Women Karnataka B 2.70
Bangalore,
38. Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Karnataka A 3.16
College of Business Management
Mangalore,
39. Mulki Sunder Ram Shetty College Karnataka B 2.33
Shirva,
40. Vidya Vardhaka Sangha V. V. S. First Karnataka B 2.53
Grade College for Women
Bangalore,
41. Sri Mahaveera First Grade College Karnataka A 3.01
Moodbidri,
42. Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College Karnataka A 3.09
for Women Bangalore,
43. K. L. E. Society's Basavaprabhu Kore Karnataka A 3.22
Arts, Science and Commerce College
Chikodi,

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44. K. L. E. Society's G. I. Bagewadi Arts, Karnataka A 3.25
Science and Commerce College
Nipani,
45. K. L. E. Society's Shri Kadasiddheshwar Karnataka A 3.17
Arts College and H. S. Kotambri
Science Institute Hubli,
46. K. L. E. Society's S. Nijalingappa Karnataka A 3.82
College Bangalore,
47. K. L. E. Society's Shri Shivayogi Karnataka B 2.59
Murughendra Swamiji College Athani,
48. B. L. D. E. Association's New Arts Karnataka B 2.49
College Tikota,
49. Bellary V. V. Sangha's Vijayanagar Karnataka A 3.04
College Hospet,
50. K. L. E. Society's Gudleppa Hallikeri Karnataka B 2.95
Arts, Science and Commerce Degree
College Haveri,
51. Shree Moodbidri Digamber Jain Karnataka B 2.43
Vidyavardhaka Sangha (Regd.)
Moodbidri Sri Dhavala College
Moodbidri,
52. Kanara Welfare Trust's Gokhale Karnataka B 2.82
Centenary College Ankola,
53. Government First Grade College Karnataka B 2.17
Hoskote,
54. Shree Jagadguru Moorusavirmath Karnataka A 3.13
Vidyavardhak Sangha's Arts and
Commerce College for Women, Hubli,
55. Shri Vijaya Mahantesh Vidyavardhak Karnataka B 2.52
Sangha's Shri Vijaya Mahantesh Arts,
Science and Commerce College, Ilkal,

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56. Janata Shikshana Samiti's Banashankari Karnataka A 3.01
Arts, Commerce, Shantikunar Gubbi
Science. BBA, BCA, M.Sc.(C.Sc),
M. A. (Eng) and PGDCA College
Dharwad,
57. Canara First Grade College Karnataka B 2.33
Mangalore,
58. Government Arts College Karnataka B 2.51
Bangalore,
59. K. L. E. Society's B. V. Bellad Law Karnataka B 2.62
College, Belgaum,
60. Karnatak Law Society's Raja Karnataka B 2.72
Lakhamgouda Law College, Belgaum,
61. Sharnbasveshwar Vidya Vardhak Karnataka B 2.02
Sangha, Gulbarga Godutai Doddappa
Appa Arts and Commerce College for
Women, Gulbarga,
62. B. L. D. E. Association's Commerce, Karnataka A 3.12
B. H. S. Arts and T. G. P. Science
College, Jamkhandi,
63. Bharathi Education Trust (R) Bharathi Karnataka A 3.15
College, Bharathinagara,
64. K. L. E. Society's Jagadguru Tontadarya Karnataka A 3.02
College, Gadag-Betageri,
65. B. L. D. E. Association's A. S. Patil Karnataka A 3.15
College of Commerce (Autonomous)
Bijapur,
66. Anjuman-e-Islam's Nehru Arts, Science Karnataka A 3.12
and Commerce, BBA, BCA College
and PG Centre, Hubli,

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67. Sarada Vilas College Karnataka B 2.89


Mysore,
68. University College Karnataka A 3.13
Mangalore,
69. R. B. A. N. M' S First Grade College Karnataka A 3.08
Bangalore,
70. K. L. E. Society's S. V. S. Bellubbi Arts Karnataka B 2.64
and Commerce College, Saundatti,
71. B. L. D. E. Association's Arts and Karnataka B 2.71
Commerce College for Women, Bijapur
72. Janatha Education Society (Regd.) Karnataka B 2.87
Vivekananda Degree College of Arts,
Science, Commerce, Management and
Post Graduate Studies, Bangalore,
73. Crossland College, Brahmavar, Karnataka B 2.79
74. People's Education Trust ®, Mandya Karnataka B 2.55
P. E. S. College of Science, Arts and
Commerce, Mandya,
75. Veerashaiva Vidyavardhak Sangha's Karnataka B 2.30
Shree Khasgatesh College of Arts and
Commerce, Talikoti
76. S. G. V. C. Vidya Prasarak Trust's Karnataka B 2.89
Matoshri Gangamma Veerappa
Chiniwar Arts, Commerce and Science
College, Muddebihal
77. S. A. V. V. P. Samiti's Shri Karnataka B 2.34
Annadaneshwar Arts, Science and
Commerce College, Naregal
78. Byadgi Education Society's Merchants' Karnataka B 2.56
Arts and Commerce College, Byadgi

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79. Shri Sangameshwar Arts and Karnataka B 2.77
Commerce College, Chadchan
80. School of Social Work (Autonomous Karnataka A 3.42
College), Mangalore
81. Bapuji Educational Association A.R.G. Karnataka B 2.56
College of Arts and Commerce
Davangere
82. Karnataka People's Education Society's Karnataka A 3.06
Dr. Ambedkar College of Arts and
Commerce, Gulbarga
83. Sree Siddaganga Education Society (R) Karnataka B 2.16
Sree Siddaganga First Grade College of
Arts and Commerce, Nelamangala
84. Bapuji Educational Association (R) Karnataka B 2.44
M. S. B. Arts and Commerce College
Davangere
85. Sree Siddaganga Educational Society (R) Karnataka B 2.87
Sree Siddaganga College of Arts,
Science and Commerce
Tumkur
86. Sri Sharada College, Basrur Karnataka B 2.54
87. Shanthi Arts, Science and Commerce Karnataka B 2.53
College, Malavalli
88. Sri Adichunchanagiri Shikshana Karnataka B 2.73
Trust (R) Sri Adichunchanagiri Arts,
Commerce and Science College
Nagamangala
89. Ranebennur Taluka Education Society's Karnataka B 2.66
Arts, Science and Commerce Degree
College, Ranebennur

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90. V. M. V. V. Sangha's V. M. S. R. Vastrad Karnataka B 2.54


Arts, Science and V. S. Bellihal
Commerce College, Hungund
91. H. K. Veranna Gowdh College Karnataka B 2.63
Maddur
92. Hyderabad Karnataka Education Karnataka B 2.58
Society's Sree Veerendra Patil Degree
College of Science, Arts and Commerce
Bangalore
93. Smt. Saraladevi Satishchandra Karnataka B 2.62
Agarwal Government First Grade
College, Bellary
94. Kittel Science College Karnataka B 2.78
Dharwad
95. Progressive Education Trust Karnataka B 2.78
S. M. Bhandari Arts, R. R. Bhandari
Commerce, S. K. Rathi Science and
B. C. A. College, Guledgudd
96. Bapuji Educational Association (R) Karnataka B 2.90
A. V. Kamalamma College for Women
Davangere
97. Maratha Mandal's Arts and Commerce Karnataka B 2.76
College, Khanapur
98. T. John College Karnataka B 2.78
Bangalore
99. Garden City College of Science and Karnataka A 3.18
Management Studies, Bangalore
100. Dakshin Maharashtra Shikshan Karnataka A 3.11
Mandal's Bhaurao Kakatkar College
Belgaum

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101. S. J. B. S. S. (N) Basaveshwara College Karnataka B 2.47


of Commerce, Arts and Science
Bangalore
102. Vidya Prasarak Mandal's Shri S. R. Karnataka B 2.63
Narasapur Arts and M. B. Shirur
Commerce College, Bagalkot
103. Malleswaram Ladies' Association First Karnataka A 3.05
Grade College for Women, Bangalore
104. J. S. S. Degree Arts, Science and Karnataka A 3.01
Commerce College, Gokak
105. Government First Grade College Karnataka B 2.31
Haliyal,
106. Vivekananda College of Arts, Science Karnataka A 3.12
and Commerce, Puttur,
107. Seshadripuram College Karnataka A 3.02
Bangalore,
108. Rashtreeya Shikshana Samithi Trust Karnataka B 2.94
Sivananda Sarma Memorial
R. V. College, Bangalore,
109. Besant Women's College Karnataka A 3.13
Mangalore,
110. Manjunatha Pai Memorial Government Karnataka B 2.50
First Grade College of Professional
and Business Management, Karkala,
111. Government First Grade College Karnataka B 2.16
Vamadapadavu,
112. Government College for Women Karnataka B 2.76
Chintamani,
113. Poornaprajna College, Udupi, Karnataka A 3.15

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114. S. D. V. S. Sangh's S. S. Arts College Karnataka B 2.43


and T. P. Science Institute, Sankeshwar,
115. Hyderabad Karnataka Education Karnataka A 3.06
Society's , Smt. Veeramma Gangasiri
Degree College for Women, Gulbarga,
116. Government College for Boys Karnataka B 2.67
Chintamani,
117. I. D. S. G. Government College Karnataka B 2.37
Chikmagalur,
118. Government Arts and Science College Karnataka B 2.67
Karwar,
119. Rajajinagar Education Society's Karnataka B 2.19
Sri Autobindo First Grade College
for Women, Bangalore,
120. Government First Grade College Karnataka B 2.04
Mangalore,
121. Sacred Heart College, Madanthyar, Karnataka A 3.03
122. District Madakarinayaka
Association (R), Chitradurga, Maharaja Karnataka B 2.58
Madakarinayaka First Grade College
for Arts & Commerce, Chitradurga,
123. St. Mary's Syrian College, Brahmavar, Karnataka B 2.71
124. S. D. V. S. Sangh's Shri L. K. Khot Karnataka B 2.40
College of Commerce, Sankeshwar,
125. University College Kerala A 3.16
Thiruvananthapuram,
126. The Zamorin's Guruvayurappan Kerala B 2.59
College, Calicut
127. Government Brennen College Kerala A 3.04
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128. St. Joseph's College Kerala A 3.63


Calicut
129. St. Thomas College Kerala A 3.58
Thrissur
130. Government College Kerala B 2.52
Madappally
126. Nirmalagiri College Kerala A 3.15
Nirmalagiri,
127. Sir Syed College, Taliparamba, Kerala B 2.80
128. Her Highness Maharani Sethu Parvathi Kerala A 3.02
Bai NSS College for Women
Thiruvananthapuram,
129. Government Arts and Science College Kerala B 2.86
Calicut,
130. M. E. S. Mampad College, Mampad, Kerala A 3.50
131. Sanatana Dharma College Kerala A 3.14
Alappuzha,
132. Union Christian College Kerala A 3.35
Aluva (Third Cycle)
133. Kamala Raja Government Girl's Madhya B 2.10
Autonomous College (P.G.), Gwalior, Pradesh
134. Institute for Excellence in Higher Madhya A 3.12
Education, Bhopal Pradesh
135. Government Model Science College Madhya A 3.10
(Autonomous), Jabalpur, Pradesh
136. Latthe Education Society's Ganpatrao Maharashtra B 2.90
Arwade College of Commerce
Sangli,
137. Somaiya Trust K. J. Somaiya College of Maharashtra B 3.21
Science and Commerce, Mumbai,

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138. Somaiya Trust K. J. Somaiya College Maharashtra A 3.27


of Arts and Commerce, Mumbai,
139. Vidya Pratishthan's College of Maharashtra B 2.96
Education, Baramati,
140. Berar General Education Society's Maharashtra A 3.02
Smt. Laxmibai Radhakisan Toshniwal
College of Commerce, Akola,
141. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra A 3.21
Mandal's Balbhim Arts, Science &
Commerce College, Beed,
142. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra A 3.05
Mandal's Muktanand Arts, Commerce
and Science College, Gangapur,
143. St. Teresa's Institute of Education Maharashtra A 3.03
Mumbai,
144. Bombay Physical Cultural Association's Maharashtra B 2.85
College of Physical Education, Mumbai
145. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Mahatma Maharashtra B 2.86
Phule Arts, Science and Commerce
College, Panvel,
146. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Yashavantrao Maharashtra A 3.37
Chavan Institute of Science, Satara,
147. Society for Computer Technology and Maharashtra B 2.88
Research (R) Pune Institute of
Computer Technology, Pune,
148. Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha's Maharashtra B 2.47
Padmabhushan Vasantraodada Patil
Mahavidyalaya, Kavathe Mahankal,
149. Gokhale Education Society's Arts & Maharashtra B 2.12
Commerce College, Jawahar,

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150. Gokhale Education Society's B. Y. K. Maharashtra A 3.13


(Sinnar) College of Commerce Nashik,
151. Chandrahar Patil Gramin Shikshan Maharashtra B 2.26
Sanstha, Khatav's Shahajiraje
Mahavidyalaya, Khatav,
152. Army Institute of Technology (AIT) Maharashtra B 2.81
Pune,
153. Gokhale Education Society's Dr. T. K. Maharashtra B 2.19
Tope Arts and Commerce Night
(Senior) College, Mumbai,
154. Bhadrawati Shikshan Sanstha, Maharashtra B 2.03
Bhadrawati Nilkanthrao Shinde Science
and Arts College, Bhadrawati,
155. Gokhale Education Society's H. A. L. Maharashtra B 2.65
College of Science and Commerce
Niphad,
156. Latthe Education Society's Smt. Maharashtra B 2.80
Gangabai Khivaraj Ghodawat Kanya
Mahavidyalaya (Arts and Commerce)
Jaysingpur,
157. Shri Narayanrao Babasaheb Education Maharashtra B 2.12
Society's Shri Venkatesh Mahavidyalaya
(Commerce), Ichalkaranji,
158. St. Andrew's College of Arts, Science Maharashtra A 3.14
and Commerce, Mumbai,
159. Shri Shivaji Education Society, Maharashtra B 2.57
Amravati's Shri Shivaji College
Amravati,
160. Modern Education Society, Pune Maharashtra A 3.07
The D. G. Ruparel College of Arts,
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161. Night College of Arts and Commerce Maharashtra B 2.70


Ichalkaranji,
162. Smt. Mithibai Motiram Kundnani Maharashtra A 3.29
College of Commerce and Economics,
Mumbai - 400050, 32nd Road, TPS III,
Bandra (W)
163. Nagpur Shikshan Mandal's Shri Maharashtra B 2.74
Mathuradas Mohota College of Science
Nagpur
164. Shree Warana Vibhag Shikshan Maharashtra B 2.85
Mandal's Yashwantrao Chavan Warana
Mahavidyalaya, Warananagar
165. Yeshwant Rural Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.70
Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Wardha
166. Latthe Education Society's N. D. Patil Maharashtra B 2.32
Night College, Sangli
167. Sevadal Shikshan Sanstha's Nagpur Maharashtra A 3.02
Sevadal Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur
168. Nagpur Shikshan Mandal's Shrimati Maharashtra B 2.64
Binzani Mahila Mahavidyalaya
Nagpur
169. Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha's Sangamner Maharashtra A 3.15
Nagarpalika Arts, D. J. Malpani
Commerce and B. N> Sarada Science
College, Sangamner
170. Anekant Education Soceity's Tuljiram Maharashtra B 2.92
Chaturchand College, Baramati
171. National Education Society's Ratnam Maharashtra A 3.10
College of Arts, Science and Commerce
Mumbai

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172. Maharashtra Education Society's Maharashtra A 3.39


Garware College of Commerce, Pune
173. Gokhale Education Society's HPT Arts Maharashtra A 3.04
and RYK Science College, Nashik
174. Women's Education Society's Lady Maharashtra A 3.11
Amritbai Daga College for Women of
Arts, Commerce and Science and
Smt. Ratnidevi Purohit College of
Home Science and Home Science
Technology, Nagpur
175. Sadhana Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.84
Smt. Kapila Khandvala College of
Education, Mumbai
176. Shri A. P. D. Jain Pathashala's Walchand Maharashtra A 3.15
College of Arts and Science, Solapur
177. Stree Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Maharashtra B 2.71
Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur
178. Kai. Sambhajirao Garad Shikshan Maharashtra C 1.88
Prasarak Mandal, Mohol, Deshbhakta
Sambhajirao Garad Mahavidyalaya
Mohol
179. Thakur Educational Trust's (R) Thakur Maharashtra A 3.10
College of Science and Commerce,
Mumbai
180. Shri Swami Vivekananda Shikshan Maharashtra B 2.89
Science and Commerce College
Ichalkaranji
181. Women's Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.73
Smt. Mathubai Garware Kanya
Mahavidyalaya, Sangli

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182. Dahiwadi College, Dahiwadi Maharashtra B 2.78


183. Shri. Ganeshdas Rathi Shikshan Maharashtra A 3.10
Samiti's Smt. Kesharbai Lahoti
Mahavidyalaya, Amravati
184. Gokhale Education Society's N. B. Maharashtra B 2.37
Mehta (Valwada) Science College
Bordi
185. Tolani Education Society, Mumbai Maharashtra A 3.02
Tolani College of Commerce
Mumbai
186. Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj's Maharashtra A 3.08
Karmveer Abasaheb Alias N. M.
Sonawane Arts, Commerce and
Science College, Satana
187. Athawale College of Social Work Maharashtra B 2.19
Bhandara
188. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Bharatratna Maharashtra B 2.07
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College
Pune
189. Chembur Education Society's Chembur Maharashtra A 3.20
Sarvankash Shikshanshastra
Mahavidyalaya, Mumbai
190. Bombay Teachers' Training College Maharashtra A 3.20
Mumbai
191. Gujarat Research Society's Hansraj Maharashtra A 3.09
Jivandas College of Education,
Mumbai
192. Vidya Prasarak Mandal, Gadhinglaj's Maharashtra B 2.43
Dr. Ghali College, Gadhinglaj
193. Janseva Shikshan Mandal's Arts, Maharashtra B 2.80
Commerce and Science College, Shivle

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194. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Karmaveer Maharashtra A 3.28


Bhaurao Patil College, Navi Mumbai
195. Nagpur Shikshan Mandal's Shri Binzani Maharashtra B 2.83
City College, Nagpur
196. Mahatma Education Society's Pillai's Maharashtra A 3.23
College of Arts, Commerce and Science
New Panvel
197. Jai Hind Educational Trust's Zulal Maharashtra B 2.45
Bhilajirao Patil College, Dhule
198. Vidya Prasarak Mandal's K. G. Joshi Maharashtra A 3.09
College of Arts and N. G. Bedekar
College of Commerce, Thane
199. Deola Education Society's Karmaveer Maharashtra B 2.41
Ramraoji Aher Arts, Science and
Commerce College, Deola
200. Athawale College of Social Work Maharashtra B 2.37
Chimur
201. Bahujan Hitay Jagat Shikshan Maharashtra B 2.11
Sanstha's Gondia Jagat Arts, Commerce
and Indiraben Hariharbhai Patel Science
College, Goregaon
202. Sanskardham Kelavani Mandal's Maharashtra B 2.79
Jashbhai Maganbhai Patel College of
Commerce, Mumbai
203. The Berar General Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.41
Sitabai Arts College, Akola
204. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Dhananjayrao Maharashtra A 3.05
Gadgil College of Commerce, Satara
205. Mahatma Education Society's Pillai's Maharashtra A 3.12
College of Education and Research
Mumbai

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206. Junnar Taluka Shivner Shikshan Maharashtra A 3.17
Prasarak Mandal's Shri Shiv
Chhatrapati College, Junnar
207. Shiksha Mandal, Wardha's Shri Maharashtra B 2.38
Krishnadas Jajoo Grameen Seva
Mahavidyalaya, Wardha
208. Marwadi Sammelan B. M. Ruia Maharashtra B 2.78
Girls' College, Mumbai
209. Sarvodaya Shikshan Mandal's Sardar Maharashtra B 2.85
Patel Mahavidyalaya, Chandrapur
210. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Rajarshi Maharashtra B 2.84
Chhatrapati Shahu College, Kolhapur
211. Gokhale Education Society's College Maharashtra B 2.26
of Education, Sangamner
212. Latthe Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.72
Smt. Kasturbai Walchand College
(Arts and Science), Sangli,
213. Navgan Shikshan Sanstha Rajuri's Arts Maharashtra A 3.13
and Commerce College, Parli - Vaijnath,
214. Sheth T. J. Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.49
Sheth Nanjibhai Khimjibhai Thakkar
Thanawala College of Commerce and
Sheth Jayantilal Tribhovandas
Thanawala College of Arts, Thane (W),
215. Mahatma Education Society's Mahatma Maharashtra B 2.82
Night Degree College of Arts and
Commerce, Mumbai,
216. Janata Shikshan Mandal's Devchand Maharashtra B 2.89
College, Arjunnagar,
217. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Savitribai Maharashtra B 2.14
Phule Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Satara,

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218. Gokhale Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.37
Shri. Bhausaheb Vartak Arts,
Commerce & Science College and
Sheth Kanji V. Parekh Arts &
Commerce Junior College, Mumbai,
219. Smt. P. D. Hinduja Trust's K. P. B. Maharashtra A 3.13
Hinduja College of Commerce
Mumbai,
220. The Berar General Educationa Society, Maharashtra B 2.88
Akola's Kisanlal Nathmal Arts and
Commerce College, Karanja (Lad),
221. Gondia Education Society's S. S. Girls Maharashtra B 2.36
College, Gondia,
222. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Shripatrao Maharashtra B 2.73
Kadam Mahavidyalaya, Shirwal,
223. Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Kankavli Maharashtra A 3.10
College, Kankavli,
224. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Maharashtra B 2.39
Sharadchandra Pawar Mahavidyalaya
Lonand,
225. Khalapur Taluka Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra B 2.48
Mandal's K. M. C. College, Khopoli,
226. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Chhatrapati Maharashtra A 3.10
Shivaji College, Satara,
227. Dr. Ambedkar College, Nagpur, Maharashtra A 3.17
228. Nagrik Shikshan Sanstha's College of Maharashtra B 2.08
Commerce and Economics, Mumbai,
229. Margtamhane Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.41
Dr. Tatyasaheb Natu College of Arts
Margtamhane,

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230. Sangameshwar College, Solapur, Maharashtra A 3.11


231. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Karmaveer Maharashtra A 3.43
Bhaurao Patil Mahavidyalaya
Pandharpur,
232. S. A. P. D. J. Pathashala's Hirachand Maharashtra A 3.01
Nemchand College of Commerce
Solapur,
233. Late Madangopal Mundhada Arts and Maharashtra B 2.27
Commerce College, Chandur Rly,
234. Mula Education Society's Shri Maharashtra C 1.82
Dnyaneshwar Mahavidyalaya, Newasa,
235. Shri. Shivaji Vidya Prasarak Sanstha's Maharashtra A 3.14
Late. Karmveer Dr. P. R. Ghogrey
Science College, Dhule,
236. Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj's Maharashtra A 3.30
K. R. T. Arts, B. H. Commerce and
A. M. Science College, Nashik,
237. M. V. P. Samaj's College of Education Maharashtra A 3.05
Nashik,
238. Citizens Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.30
Shri Bhayyaji Pandharipande National
Institute of Social Work, Nagpur,
239. Parle Tilak Vidyalaya Association's Maharashtra A 3.20
Mulund College of Commerce
Mumbai,
240. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra B 2.79
Mandal's Shri Shivaji Law College,
Parbani,
241. Adarsha Science, Jairamdas Bhagchand Maharashtra A 3.21
Arts and Birla Commerce
Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Rly,

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242. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra B 2.34
Mandal's Law College, Beed,
243. Sanskar Sarjan Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.65
Dhirajlal Talakchand Sankalchand
Shah College of Commerce & P.D.
Turakhai Junior College of Commerce,
Mumbai,
244. Symbiosis College of Arts and Maharashtra A 3.43
Commerce, Pune,
245. Kasegaon Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.46
Arts & Commerce College, Ashta,
246. Govindrao Warjukar Arts & Commerce Maharashtra B 2.78
College, Nagbhid,
247. Gokhale Education Society's Maharashtra B 2.75
S. M. R. K. Arts, Fine Arts, B. K.
Commerce and A. K. Home Science
Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Nashik,
248. Krishak Education Societies Maharashtra B 2.29
Arts, Commerce and Science College
Arvi,
249. S. S. V. P. Sanstha Dhule's Late Maharashtra B 2.14
S. D. Patil alias Baburao Dada Arts,
Commerce Late Bhausaheb M. D.
Sisode Science College, Shindkheda,
250. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra B 2.31
Mandal's Yeshwantrao Chavan Arts,
Commerce & Science College,
Ambajogai,
251. Royal Higher Education Society's Maharashtra A 3.10
Royal College of Arts, Science &
Commerce Penkarpada,

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252. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra A 3.06


Mandal's Shri. Shivaji College Parbhani,
253. Progressive Education Society's Maharashtra A 3.10
Modern College of Arts, Science &
Commerce, Pune,
254. Gandhi Shikshan Bhavan's Smt. Surajba Maharashtra B 2.82
College of Education, Mumbai,
255. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's Annasaheb Maharashtra B 2.64
Awate Arts, Commerce & Hutatma
Babu Genu Science College, Manchar,
256. Savitribai Phule Shikshan Prasarak Maharashtra B 2.11
Mandal's Mandangad Arts, Commerce
& Science College Mandangad,
257. Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Seloo, Maharashtra B 2.16
258. Gokhale Education Society's R. N. C. Maharashtra B 2.68
Arts, J. D. B. Commerce & N. S. C.
Science College, Nashik,
259. Rajasthan Education Society's Maharashtra A 3.15
Rajasthan Aryan Arts, Shri Mithulalji
Kacholiya Commerce and Shri
Satyanarayanji Ramkrishnaji Rathi
Science Mahavidyalaya Washim,
260. Shri Santaji Shikshan Vikas Sanstha's Maharashtra B 2.51
Santaji Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur,
261. A. B. M. S. Parishad's Shri Shahu Maharashtra A 3.03
Mandir Mahavidyalaya, Pune,
262. Rayat Shikshan Sanstha's S. M. Joshi Maharashtra A 3.09
College, Pune,
263. Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's R. A. Maharashtra A 3.63
Podar College of Commerce &
Economics, Mumbai,

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264. Khandesh College Education Society's Maharashtra A 3.10
S. S. Maniyar Law College, Jalgaon,
265. Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj, Maharashtra A 3.18
Nashik Karmveer Shantarambapu
Kondaji Wavare Arts, Science &
Commerce College, Nashik,
266. Shillong College, Shillong, Meghalaya B 2.92
267. Saint Mary's College, Shillong Meghalaya A 3.05
268. Government Aizawl College, Aizawl Mizoram B 2.54
269. Government Aizawl West College Mizoram C 1.83
Aizawl
269. St. Joseph's College, Jakhama Nagaland B 2.74
270. Maharaja Purna Chandra Orissa B 2.67
(Autonomous) College, Baripada,
271. Narasingha Choudhury Autonomous Orissa B 2.86
College, Jajpur,
272. Sophia Girls' College, Ajmer, Rajasthan A 3.01
273. S. D. Government College, Ajmer, Rajasthan B 2.63
274. Government College Ajmer, Rajasthan B 2.86
275. S. S. Jain Subodh P. G. College, Jaipur, Rajasthan A 3.72
276. Lachoo Memorial College of Science & Rajasthan A 3.46
Technology, Jodhpur,
277. Nirmala College for Women Tamil Nadu A 3.44
(Autonomous), Coimbatore,
278. Sri Parasakthi College for Women Tamil Nadu B 2.82
Courtallam,
279. The New College (Autonomous) Tamil Nadu A 3.18
Chennai,

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280. Devanga Arts College (Autonomous) Tamil Nadu A 3.02
Aruppukottai,
281. Yadava College (Autonomous), Tamil Nadu A 3.50
Madurai
282. V. O. Chidambaram College Tamil Nadu A 3.22
Thoothukudi
283. N. K. Thirumalachariar National Tamil Nadu A 3.25
College of Education for Women
(Autonomous), Chennai
284. Vysya College, Salem, Tamil Nadu A 3.22
285. Government Arts College for Women Tamil Nadu B 2.85
(Autonomous), Pudukkottai,
286. Madras School of Social Work Tamil Nadu B 2.84
Chennai,
287. Shrimathi Devkunvar Nanalal Bhatt Tamil Nadu A 3.02
Vaishnav College for Women
(Autonomous) , Chennai,
288. Department of Education Uttar Pradesh B 2.90
Raghunath Girls' Post Graduate
College, Meerut,
289. Raghunath Girls' Post Graduate Uttar Pradesh A 3.58
College, Meerut,
290. J. D. Birla Institute, Kolkata, West Bengal A 3.11
291. Serampore College, Serampore West Bengal A 3.09
292. Raja Narendralal Khan Women's West Bengal A 3.11
College, Midnapore,
293. Gurudas College, Kolkata, West Bengal B 2.88

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NAAC Publications for the Year 2010-2011

Sl. No Title of the Publication

Manuals

1. Manual for Self-study for Affiliated / Constituent Colleges

Promotional materials

2. NAAC A Profile

Guidelines

3. Guidelines for the Peer Team

Others

4. NAAC News - Quarterly (March 2010)

5. NAAC News - Quarterly (September 2010)

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Annexure 7.6

List of HEIs (Universities and Colleges) for


which NAAC has provided financial
assistance for organizing Seminars/Conferences/Workshops

1. Dr. B.R.R Govt Degree College, Jadcherla-569 301, Mehabubnagar, Andhra Pradesh
2. Kakatiya Govt. College, Hanamakonda, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh
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3. S.J.R. College for Women, 4 M Block, Rajajinagar, Bangalore-560 010, Karnataka
4. Arumugam Pillai Seethai ammal College, Tiruppattur-630 211, Sivagangai Dist. Tamil Nadu
5. Gobi Arts & Science College(Autonomous), Gobichettipalayam-638453, Dist. Erode, Tamil Nadu
6. PGP College of Education, NH-7, Namakkal - Karur Main Road, Namakkal-637 207, Tamil Nadu
7. Birla College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Birla College Road, Kalyan-421 304, Dist. Thane, Maharashtra
8. Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Mahalaxmi Nagar, Ring Road, Indore-452 010, Madhya Pradesh
9. Govt. Degree College (Boys) Anantnag-192 101, Jammu & Kashmir
10. Bishop Cotton Women's Christian College, No. 19, 3rd Cross, C.S.I.Compound, Mission Road, Bangalore – 560027,
Karnataka
11. Indian Academy Degree College, Hennur Cross, Hennur Main Road,, Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore – 560043, Karnataka
12. G. Venkataswamy Naidu College, Kovilpatti,, Thoothukudi Dist – 628502, Tamil Nadu
13. N.M.S.S.Vellaichamy Nadar College, Theni Main Road, Nagamalai,, Madaurai – 625019, Tamil Nadu
14. Uma Arts & Nathiba Commerce Mahila College, Gh-6, Sector-3, Gandhinagar – 382023, Gujarat
15. Nagindas Khandwala College of Commerce, Arts & Management Studies & shantaben N K College of science,
Road No.1, Bhadran Nagar, Off.S.V.Road,, Malad West, Mumbai – 400064, Maharashtra
16. Patkai Christian College (Autonomous), Chumukedima-Seithekema, B.P.O.Patkai-797 103, Dimapur, Nagaland
17. Sree Konaseema Bhanoji Ramars College, Dist. East Godavari, Amalapuram- 533201, Andhra Pradesh
18. Kristu Jayanti College, K. Narayanapura, Kothanur P. O. Bangalore- 560077
19. St. Berchmans' College, Changanacherry, Kottayam- 686101, Kerala
20. Vimala College, Thrissur-687009, Kerala
21. Srimad Andavan Arts & Science College, No.7, Nelson Road, Thiruvanaikoil, Tiruchirappalli-620005 Tamil Nadu
22. Shri Saraswati Shikshan Mahavidhyalaya, Jetpur-Dhoraji Highway, Bhutwad(Dhoraji), Dist.Rajkot-360410, Gujarat
23. Shri. Shivaji Education Society Amravati's Shri. Shivaji College of Arts, Commerce & Science, Near Shivaji Park,
Akot Road, Akola- 444001, Maharashtra
24. Indira Gandhi Women's College, Kafla, Cuttack- 753002, Orissa
25. The University of Burdwan, Rajbait, Gopalbag, Burdwan – 713104. West Bengal
26. Maharishi Dayanand College of Education, P. B. No. 14, Near BSF, Hanumangarh Road, Abohar-152116, Punjab
27. Sitadevi Ratanchand Nahar Adarsh College, No. 75, 5th Main, Chamarajpet, Bangalore-560018
28. Aquinas College, Edacochin, Cochin-682010, Kerala

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29. Vellalar College for Women (Autonomous), Thindal, Erode-638012, Tamil Nadu
30. Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya Maruthi College of Physical Education, Perianaickenpalayam, Coimbatore-641020,
Tamil Nadu
31. Adhiparasakthi College of Arts & Science, G. B. Nagar, Dist. Vellore, Kalavai- 632506 Tamil Nadu
32. Smt. S. I. Patel Ipcowala College of Education, College Campus, Dantali Road, P. B. No. 26, Petlad- 388450, Gujarat
33. Anand Institute of Information Science, Opp. Town Hall, Anand- 388001, Gujarat
34. D. M. College of Science, Imphal West, Imphal- 795001, Manipur
35. Shri Shankaracharya Mahavidyalaya, Laxminarayana Temple Complex, Sector – 6, Bhilai Nagar- 490006
Chhattisgarh
36. B. S. M. (P.G.) College, Railway Road, Roorkee- 247667, Uttarakhand
37. Prem Chand Markanda S. D. College for Women, Nehru Garden Road, Jalandhar-144001, Punjab
38. Sri Venkateswara College, Amaravadi Nagar, Dist. Nalgonda, Suryapet – 508213, Andhra Pradesh
39. K. L. E. University JNMC Campus, Nehru Nagar, Belgaum-590010, Karnataka
40. Dr. S. N. S. Rajalakshmi College of Arts and Science, No. 486, Thudiyalur-Saravanampatti Road, Chinnavedampatti
Post, Coimbatore-641006, Tamil Nadu
41. Nehru Arts & Science College, P.O. Padnekat, Dist. Kasargod, Kanhangad-671328, Kerala
42. Fr. Agnel College of Arts & Commerce, Dist. North Goa, Pilar-403203, Goa
43. M. S. P. Mandal's Deogiri College, Aurangabad- 431005, Maharashtra
44. Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Vinayakrao Patil Mahavidyalaya, Dist. Aurangabad, Vaijapur-423701
Maharashtra
45. Kalamkari Centre Society K. C. S. College of Education (Women), Opp. Janipur Police Station, Paloura,
Jammu–181121, Jammu and Kashmir
46. Sri Kaliswari College, A.Meenakshipuram, Anaikuttom Branch Post, Dist. Virudhunagar, Sivakasi – 626130, Tamil
Nadu
47. Vivekananda College (Autonomous), Tiruvedakam West, Sholavandan (P.O.)- 625217, Dist. Madurai, Tamil Nadu
48. Goa Vidyaprasarak Mandal's Gopal Govind Poy Raiturcar College of Commerce and Economics, P. B. No. 102,
Farmagudi, Ponda – 403401, Goa
49. School of Life Sciences, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University Vishnupuri, Nanded-431606,
Maharashtra
50. Gokhale Education Society's B.Y.K. (Sinnar) College of Commerce Prin. T. A. Kulkarni Vidyanagar, Nashik –
422005, Maharashtra
51. Anand Education College, Opp. Electric Griid, Anand – 388001 Gujarat
52. Government College for Women, Gandhinagar, Jammu – 180004 Jammu & Kashmir

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Year wise Number of Institutions accredited


1372
1600
1400
1200 879
1000
672
800 586
600 383 441
241 332
400 126

Number of Institutions
200 34 84 71
9
0
1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Financial Years

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(L to R) Hon'ble Minister of Human Resource


Development Shri Kapil Sibal with Prof. H. A.
Ranganath, Director, NAAC and Prof. Goverdhan
Mehta, Chairman EC, NAAC at NAAC,
Bangalore on May 01, 2010.

Dedication of NAAC campus in the


service of Higher Education at NAAC:
May 01, 2010 - Hon'ble Minister of
Human Resource Development Shri
Kapil Sibal dedicated the NAAC campus
to the country.

Hon'ble Minister of Human Resource Development


Shri Kapil Sibal with NAAC staff on May 01, 2010

Dr. Hans Raj Bharadwaj, His Excellency, The Governor of


Karnataka visited NAAC on 22 June 2010 and interacted with
NAAC staff on quality of education.

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