A BIG RUSH FOR THE NAAC ACCREDITATION EXPLAINED

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  The reason for a sudden interest and confidence in institutes of higher education in going for the NAAC accreditation is not difficult to explain. With the shifting of NAAC process substantially to quantitative metrics, devoid of an ‘on ground’ physical verification, it stands significantly diluted and comes quite within an easy reach of institutes. […]

CRACKING INTO TOP NIRF RANKING.

If you are in an academic or management leadership position of a private institute and wondering, how after all, you shall finally cut through the government institutes’ dominated NIRF Ranking, and get into the list of first hundred in the category of university/engineering, and if a Management institute, into the top 50 positions, you indeed […]

AN ABYSMAL NORTH AND SOUTH QUALITY CONSCIOUS DIVIDE.

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Higher education institutes in the North are not quite biting the accreditation bullet as compared to those in the South. Is it out of a fear of a low grade, lack of insistence by the regulatory bodies, or an otherwise, couldn’t-careless attitude, preferring an expediency course of short-term benefits, somehow securing admissions by whatever means? […]

NAAC, NBA, NIRF OR FOREIGN ACCREDITATION: WHAT SHOULD INSTITUTES GO FOR?

NBA: It is a stepping stone accreditation for institutes with professional programs such as Engineering and Management. It is perhaps what roots are to the tree. If roots are stronger the tree stands firmer. When programs of the institutes stand accredited, the credentials for the NAAC get obvious recognition. After all, an institute is in […]

“HERE AND NOW” FOR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES

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The news of World Ranking, be it Times Higher Education or QS is read with compelling interest by academics across levels, in India. It is often met with a disappointing experience and takes everyone to a new low, every time. The eyes meet the same set of few institutes of national importance, figuring somewhere in […]