Overview

    The New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 states that quality enhancement and sustaining is the need of the hour; this enhances the role of NAAC and other regulatory agencies tremendously. NAAC Accreditation framework is one of the methods widely used for performance assessment of HEIs to transform themselves as knowledge hubs.

     

    The University Grants Commission has mandated every institution to get NAAC accreditation with a minium scope of 2.5 by 2022. According ‘PARAMARSH: an UGC Scheme for Mentoring NAAC accreditation Aspirant Institutions to promote Quality Assurance in Higher Education’ has been introduced for mentoring NAAC Accreditation aspirant institutions and to promote quality assurance in Higher Education.

     

    Higher Educational Institutions having a valid accreditation by the NAAC with a minimum score of 3.26 on a 4-point scale shall be permitted to offer program(s) in open and distance learning mode without the prior approval of the commission and upon satisfying the other condition mentioned by UGC.


About Workshop

    Transformation through NAAC ACCREDITATION PROCESS - National level Workshop is for Higher Educational Institutions & Health Science Institutions to make NAAC Accreditation Process easy by providing a comprehensive Step by step rundown.



    Bring awareness and present critical insights into all the seven criteria of NAAC

    Give guidance for SSR preparation, insight and in-depth knowledge of the DVV process

    Present some of the best practices followed by top graded institutions and suggest measures for overall quality enhancement, institutional growth.

    Explain the procedure to be followed and precautions to be taken during peer committee visit.

    OBJECTIVES:

    NAAC - VALUE FRAMEWORK

     To promote the following core values among the HEIs of the Country

     Contributing to National Development.

     Fostering Global competencies among Students.

     Inculcating a value system among students.

     Promoting the use of Technology

     Quest for Excellence.

Technical Sessions:

    Revised Accreditation Framework (RAF) of NAAC 2020 Format

    Universities, Autonomous and Affiliated Colleges for NAAC Assessment and Accreditation
    Accredited Institutions submitting AQAR / Applying for SSR for Next Cycles of Accreditation
    • NAAC Overview - Insights of seven criteria of NAAC
    • 1. Curricular Aspects
      2. Teaching-learning & Evaluation
      3. Research, Innovations & Extension
      4. Infrastructure & Learning Resources
      5. Student Support & Progression
      6. Governance, Leadership & Management
      7. Institutional Values & Best Practices

    • Document Preparation for Qualitative metrics
    • Data Submission for Quantitative metrics
    • Implementation of NEP Parameters in to HEI'S
    • a. Multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary
      b. Academic Bank of Credits (ABC)
      c. Skill Development
      d. Indian knowledge system
      e. Outcome based Education
      f. Distance Education / Online Education

    • SSR Submission - Case Study experiences from NAAC Accredited Institutions
    • Interaction with Peer Team Members
    • The Role of IQAC in Institution Development Plan.
    • • Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) - Methodology - Challenges and Solutions

    • Institution preparedness for NAAC Assessment and Accreditation – Case Study Experiences.
    • Practice session on NAAC Score Analysis
    • Q&A Session
    • The Best Practices and innovative initiatives for Quality sustenance and enhancement in NAAC Accredited HEIs.
    • Good Initiatives / Measures for enhancing the Grade in NAAC Accreditation.
    • Explicit discussion on NEP Parameters
    • a. Multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary
      b. Academic Bank of Credits (ABC)
      c. Skill Development
      d. Indian knowledge system
      e. Outcome based Education
      f. Distance Education / Online Education

    • NAAC Grade Analysis - Interaction with Senior IQAC Coordinators.
    • Guidance for Submission of AQAR as per RAF 2020 Format.
    • Institution preparedness for Reassessment or Subsequent Cycles (Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4) of Accreditation - Case Study Experience.
    • Transforming HEIs into Multidisciplinary Institution.
    • The Role of IQAC in Institution Development Plan.
    • • Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) - Methodology - Challenges and Solutions

    • Institution preparedness for next cycles of accreditation – Case Study Experiences.
    • Data and Documents required for Qualitative and Quantitative metrics.
    • Q&A Session



    Health Science Institutions - Medical Colleges / Dental Colleges / AYUSH Colleges / Nursing Colleges Provisional Accreditation for Colleges (PAC)
    • Overview - Insights of seven criteria of NAAC
    • Curricular Aspects
    • Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
    • Research, Innovation and Extension
    • Case study experiences from NAAC Accredited Institutions
    • Infrastructure and Learning Resources
    • Student Support and Progression
    • Governance, Leadership & Management
    • Part-B
    • Institutional Values and Best Practices
    • Institution preparedness for NEP
    • 1. Transforming HEIs into Multidisciplinary Institution
      2. Academic Bank of Credits (ABC)
      3. Skill Development
      4. Indian knowledge system
      5. Outcome based Education
      6. Distance Education / Online Education

    • Q&A Session
    • NAAC Overview - Insights of seven criteria of NAAC
    • Document Preparation for Qualitative Questions
    • Data submission for Quantitative questions
    • Case study Experiences from NAAC Accredited Institutions
    • Institution preparedness for  NEP - PARAMETERS
    • a. Multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary
      b. Academic Bank of Credits (ABC)
      c. Skill Development
      d. Indian knowledge system
      e. Outcome based Education
      f. Distance Education / Online Education

    • Interaction with Peer Team Members
    • The Role of IQAC in Institution Development Plan.
    • • Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) - Methodology - Challenges and Solutions

    • Institution preparedness for NAAC Assessment and Accreditation – Case Study Experiences.
    • Q&A Session


PARTICIPANTS:


    GENERAL INSTITUTIONS

    HEALTH SCIENCE INSTITUTIONS

    Universities Medical Colleges
    Engineering Colleges Dental Colleges
    General Degree Colleges Nursing Colleges
    Pharmacy Colleges Yoga and Naturopathy Colleges
    Law Colleges Homeopathy Colleges
    Hotel Management Colleges Physiotherapy Colleges
    Teacher Education Ayurveda Colleges
    Business Schools Allied Health Science Colleges


WHO CAN REGISTER?:

    Higher Educational Institutions / Health Science Institutions 


    1. Applying for NAAC Assessment and Accreditation (A&A)


    2. Submission of AQAR - RAF 2020 Format


    3. Provisional Accreditation for Colleges (PAC)

PARTICIPATION FEE:

        

    Category Registration Fee No. of Days - Date - Time
    NAAC Assessment and Accreditation

    2 Participants @ Rs.5,000/-

    (1 Coordinator + 1 Participant)


    5 Participants @ Rs.10,000/-

    (1 Coordinator + 4 Participant)

    2 Days

    Date: 20th & 21st June 2022

    Time: 10AM - 6PM

    Provisional Accreditation for Colleges (PAC)
    AQAR Submission by Accredited Institutions

    NOTE:

    1. GST extra @ 18%

    2. Number of Participants allowed in each category is 5, Extra Participant will be charged @ Rs.2500 /-.

    3. Government Colleges can avail 25% discount in participation fee.

Date:

20th & 21st June 2022

Time:

10-00 AM - 06-00 PM

Mode:

online

Speakers

Prof. Sibnath Deb

Director, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Pennalur, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.

Dr. B.V. Sreenivasa Murthy

Dean, Faculty of Dental Sciences, M.S.Ramaiah Dental College & Hospital, Bangalore.

Prof. A. Balasubramanian

Founder Director- Center for Inf. Science & Technology, University of Mysore.

Prof. P.P. Mathur

Vice Chancellor, Birla Global University.

Dr. Sufala Vishwasrao

Principal & Professor Anesthesia, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Centre, Chengalpattu, Tamilnadu.

Prof. Amitava Datta

Professor, Department of Power Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

Prof. JPN Mishra

Ex- Dean, School of Life Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, and currently Registrar, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), Hyderabad.

Dr. S. V. Kota Reddy

Vice Chancellor, VIT-AP University.

Dr. K. Rajani Kanth

Former Advisor, Principal, M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology.

Dr. Aloysius Edward J

Dean & Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Management, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore

Dr. Prashant R. Nair

Vice-Chairman, Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore.

Dr. V. Ramgopal Rao

Former-Director, IIT-Delhi.

Dr. Deepak Jaroliya

Professor and Incharge - IQAC Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore.

Dr. Payal Mago

Principal, Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women. University of Delhi.

Dr. B. V. Babu

DEAN, School of Engineering and Sciences (SEAS), SRM University – AP, Andhra Pradesh.

Dr. D. Chamundeeswari

Professor / IQAC Coordinator, Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, (DU).

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