Everything you need to know about their assessment and accreditation (A&A) process.
After the popular blog series and the concise guide on NBA accreditation, we now step into the world of NAAC accreditation, and their A&A process. Read on, and let us know what you think in the comments.
An introduction to NAAC Accreditation
This article is the first post of the blog series that we are publishing on the NAAC accreditation and everything you need to know about it.
NAAC- Accreditation process and Self-Study Report (SSR)
The NAAC’s accreditation process follows a holistic, systematic, and objective approach for institutional improvement.
NAAC’s 7 Assessment criteria for Accreditation
Lets discuss what each of the accreditation criterion mean and how they contribute in providing a feedback on different levels.
Assessment outcomes and grading system for a NAAC accreditation
After looking at NAAC’s assessment criteria, SSR, and accreditation policies, we can now see what the grading system is, and how the grades are measured.
NAAC’s quality assurance in education.
We are going to discuss assurance of quality. It is one of the core values of organizations like National Board of Accreditation (NBA), NAAC, ABET etc.
A few Quality assurance practices for NAAC
The IQAC has to ensure that whatever is done in the institution for “education” is done efficiently and effectively with high standards. In order to do this, the IQAC will have to first establish practices and methodologies to collect data and information on various aspects of institutional functioning.
Fee structure and Grievance redressal for NAAC accreditation
In spite of this partnership approach, there may be institutions that might have grievances to be addressed. So, to provide a review mechanism for institutions who has complaints or grievances about the process or its outcome or any other issues related to those, the NAAC has certain Grievance Redressal Guidelines.
Our previous blog series on NBA were very well received. So was the blogs on this series. We want to thank our readers for the support and inspiration they have given us. As we promised, our next book on NAAC after “A handy guide on NBA accreditation” will reach you soon. Meanwhile, tell us your feedback and comments or if there’s anything you like to add to these blogs.