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                   National Assessment and Accreditation Council                              


                                   NAAC is an autonomous instituting established by the UGC in 1994. The prime agenda of NAAC is to assess and accredit institutions of higher learning with all objective of helping them to work continuously to improve the quality of education. NAAC is a member of the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education comprising of over 120 different national agencies engaged in Assessment, Accreditation and Academic Audit. 
Criteria for Assessment:   
(1) Curricular Aspects
(2) Teaching learning and Evaluation
(3) Research consultancy and Extension.
(4) Infrastructure and learning Resources.
(5) Student support and progression.
(6) Organisation and management.
(7) Healthy Practices

Process for Assessment and Accreditation:
1. Preparation of the self-study Report by the Institution/ department based the parameters defined by NAAC.
2. Validation of self-study Report by a team of peers through an on-site visit, presentation of a detailed quality report to the institution.
3. The final decision an assessment and accreditations by the Executive Committee of NAAC.
4. The accreditation process involves a preparation of a self-study report by the college and validation of this report by three to four members peer team consisting of vice-chancellors. Principals, Deans and Senior teachers, state. Based on the detailed criterior-wise evaluation considering several parameters and the key aspects the percentage institutional scores will be arrived at institutions scoring above 55% will only be accredited.
In addition, an inn-depth analysis of the colleges; strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and areas of concerns will be presented to the college and discuss with the College authorities. The accreditation status is valid for a period of five years.

                                 NAAC is at present processing the assessment and accreditation of a large number of colleges from all over the country. The UGC and MHRD have notified that all colleges have to submit the self-study report for the process of assessment and accreditation before December 2003.
New Initiatives:
1. Quality sustenance and promotion by sensitizing institutions to concepts such as credit transfer, student mobility, mutual recognition.
2. Networking among accredited institutions in order to promote exchange of best practices.
3. Formation of Quality circles for follow-up of a accreditation outcomes.
4. State-wise analysis of accreditation results for policy initiatives.
5. Promoting the concept of lead colleges and cluster of colleges for quality initiatives.
6. Project grants for accredited institutions for quality innovations.
7. Financial support to accredited institution for conducting seminars/conferences/workshops on quality issues in Higher Education.
8. Developing international linkages for mutual recognitions.
9. Collaborating with other national professional bodies for accreditation of specialized subjects.
10. NAAK Distance Education Council joint venture for accreditation of open Universities and Correspondence courses.
11. State-level coordination Committees for Accreditation.
12. National Consultative Committees on Accreditation in different disciplines.
13. Interaction with other agencies to develop a National Qualifications framework.
14. Development of Date-base expertise and Infrastructure.
15. Training programmes for quality promotion and excellence in Higher Education.
16. NAAC-NCTE joint activity for self-appraisal and Accreditation of Teacher Education Institutions.
17. Post-Accreditation Review and Quality Sustenance in Accredited Institutions.
18. Accreditation and TQM in Collegiate Education: MOU with government of Karnataka.
19. CII-NAAC Higher Education Summits.

1. Helps the institutions to know strengths, weaknesses, opportunities through an informed review.
2. Identifies internal areas of planning and resource allocations.
3. Enhances Collegiality on the campus.
4. The outcome of the process provides the funding agencies with objectives and systematic database for performance funding.
5. Initiates institution into innovative and modem methods of pedagogy.
6. Given the institution a new sense of direction and identity.
7. Provides the society with reliable information on the quality of education offered by the institution.
8. Employers have access to information on standards in recruitment.
9. Promotes intra-institutional and inter-institutional interactions.







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