After getting 53rd rank in NIRF 2019 and 51st in QS India University Rankings 2019, the University of Kashmir (KU) scored an A grade in the current reaccreditation cycle by way of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). According to the result issued via NAAC, KU is scoring an excellent 3.31 Institutional Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) on a scale of four in advance of several other main universities in India.
The college has scored 3.89 in Infrastructure and Learning Resources, 3.67 in Curricular Aspects, 3.18 in Teaching Learning and Evaluation, three.05 in Research, Innovations, and Extension, 3.Sixty one in Institutional Values Best Practices, three.1 in Governance, Leadership and Management and 2. Ninety-four in Student Support and Progression.
The long-awaited accreditation was offered to the college on Monday with the aid of the peer NAAC crew, which visited the school from May 2 to May 4, 2019.
KU has in advance been accredited throughout its previous two cycles, first in 2002 and then again in 2011, and on both these occasions, the varsity became awarded grade ‘A’ by NAAC.
The peer NAAC crew comprising six individuals at some point of its visit to the college in advance this month applauded KU for its research standards. It said that the school had made a quantum jump in its Infrastructure and Learning Resources.
Being the chairperson of the Monitoring and Steering Committee, KU Vice Chancellor Talat Ahmad personally monitored the preparedness of the college for the peer NAAC group’s go-to.
Congratulating the staff, students, students, and alumni on the event, Talat said, “I congratulate each the teaching and non-coaching college, college students, pupils, and alumni for this excellent feat. It turned into a team attempt, and we succeeded in our efforts. However, at the same time, we ought to remember the fact that we don’t have to be complacent and paintings more difficult to obtain an awful lot better grade subsequent time so that our college gets the worldwide reputation.”
Registrar KU Nisar Ahmad Mir stated, “I congratulate all the stakeholders of the college. This grade will ensure higher process placements for our students and could fetch extra fellowships for our students. Moreover, it’s going to assist us in upgrading our infrastructure whilst we can reach securing higher finances from specific investment companies ruled by the UGC and different bodies.” Notably, NAAC-permitted establishments come to be eligible for the exceptional budget from the Government of India.
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