Thursday, March 30, 2023

Our accreditation, assessment transparent: NAAC clarifies

National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) clarified that its accreditation and assessment is transparent and cannot be compromised, days after its chairman resigned alleging that universities were obtaining questionable grades through unfair means.
“As per the mandate of NAAC, the entire process of accreditation and assessment is robust, transparent, ICT-driven and automated. The system cannot be compromised because the whole process is decentralised, transparent and accessible to the stakeholders through a user-friendly portal and dashboard at all stages of the assessment and accreditation process,” NAAC said in a statement. “The processes within NAAC are continuously being improved so that assessment and accreditation of the educational institutions are done transparently and professionally,” it added.
NAAC chairperson B Patwardhan had resigned on Sunday, saying he was doing so to safeguard “the sanctity of the post”, days after alleging that universities were obtaining questionable grades through unfair means.


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