Sunday, April 2, 2023

Parul University gets NAAC A++ accreditation

Private University, Vadodara, has received A++ grade with CGPA of 3.55 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council to become the India’s youngest university to attain such a higher grade in its first assessment cycle.
The university in a press communique stated that the NAAC assessment focused on the key parameters such as the University’s curriculum design and development procedures, the teaching innovations employed, student teacher profiles, research promotional policies, innovation practices, extension initiatives, governance structures, healthcare services, gender equity, environmental consciousness among others.
University president, Dr. Devanshu Patel said that the evaluation, conducted on the basis of the University’s quantitative and qualitative metrics, took into account the initiatives, policies and milestones achieved from by the university since its establishment seven years ago.
“As a University we have witnessed a significant trajectory of growth and development, from our digital mobilisation & IT infrastructure, to our 180 start-ups and incubators across the city and campus, this accreditation truly affirms our continuous efforts in ensuring quality education and it is truly a proud moment for us as an University”, Dr. Devanshu Patel said.
Dr. Geetika Patel, the University’s Vice President, Quality, Research and Health Sciences said that the achievement of the university showcased the collective strides made towards delivering the highest quality in education.
“This achievement is truly a significant milestone in the University’s journey towards offering the most quality centred academic experience and we will continue reinforcing our practices and policies in maintaining this standard,” said the Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. Amit Ganatra.
“This accreditation would not have been possible without the collective efforts of our students, staff members, management, parents and alumni,” added Dr. Ganatra.

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