Accreditation Edge

NAAC Becomes Mandatory, Inevitable and Acquires a New Purpose

Draft National Education Policy-2019 is all set to be rolled-out, anytime. Of the many far-reaching reforms, NAAC emerges as a big game-changer. Institutes ‘Not Accredited’ by 2030 by NAAC shall cease to exist or would be asked to merge, and would thus lose their identity forever. There will be no single program HEI. All HEIs to become multi-disciplinary ‘research’ or ‘teaching’ universities with over 5000 students or a multi-disciplinary college of minimum 2000 students by 2030. There shall be no affiliated colleges or affiliating universities by 2032.

We don’t wish to sound scary, but indeed, the time shall run out very fast since the challenge is very big. So, we suggest you take a right move now. If you are a college (a) score ‘A’ grade in NAAC which is a minimum condition to become autonomous (b) become an autonomous multi-disciplinary college (c) build-up the requisite infra, enable quality placements, and build admissions to the level of 2000 in the next 10 years, and thus guarantee your berth in Type III institutes.. Shed your crutches of an affiliated status, earliest.  NAAC, NIRF, Futuristic job/skill-oriented courses and quality Placements are perhaps the only dependable tools to attain the attainable.

If you are a B grade in NAAC accreditation in the previous Cycle, don’t mess up and add to your injury by going for the next cycle, ill prepared. If already A grade in NAAC, go for the top grade A+ or A++.   One leading NAAC agency in India that holds the key to your focused preparation and also mentor you to attain an all-important objective, a Type-III institute is You can rely on its capability, much as nearly hundred HEIs including BITS Pilani have done in the past.