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NAAC Accreditation

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NAAC Accreditation

The executive committee of the NAAC awarded “B Grade” with 2.66 CGPA to the Institute, which was approved and uploaded on the website of the NAAC India www.naac-india.org

June 15, 2009. We take pride in the fact that this institute happens to be the one of the few Professional Institutes of Central India to have NAAC Accreditation that stands assessed and accredited by this National Body and placed in the B Grade.  The Peer Team that visited the college representing NAAC during the assessment and accreditation exercise identified with appreciation the following as healthy practices observed in the institute:


  1. Monthly faculty colloquium program in which faculty from different departments speak by rotation on various discipline-centred topics attended by all   the teachers including the Director.
  2. Peaceful atmosphere in the college as reflected by the collective synergy and spirit of team work.
  3. A strong sense of attachment to the college evinced by the students, teachers and non-teaching employees.
  4. Disciplined and elegant behaviour of the students and teachers.
  5. A high level of rapport between teachers and students
  6. Transparency in management and administration. The participatory nature of management effected through a dozen committees is praiseworthy.
  7. Adoption of for developmental activities by the Social and Entrepreneurship Cell is a significant step towards development.
  8. Arrangement of invited lectures and interaction sessions of students with prominent persons from time to time.
  9. The culture of organizing seminars (including one international seminar in December 2006) at regular intervals is laudable.
  10. Introduction of career counselling and campus interviews.
  11. Positive and responsive outlook of the Alumni Association which has identified some areas of help and assistance to the college.
  12. Introduction of the practice of obtaining feed-back from students.
  13. Neat and clean college campus, rooms and facilities.
  14. A reasonable teacher student ratio (1:17) providing scope for effective interaction between the two segments.
  15. Competent and articulate teachers with command over language (English), communication skill and subject. A conscientious and effective Staff Council.
  16. Research orientation and publication of books and papers by a number of teachers of different departments.
  17. Absence of visible signs of stress and confrontation between different segments of the college community. The principal, faculty members, non-teaching staff and students appear to function as a harmonic whole so essential for day-to-day functioning as well as future growth of the institution.
  18. Democratic decentralization of administration through committees at various levels.
  19. A low dropout and high pass percentage. These are areas of strength for the college.
  20. Optimal use of infrastructure.