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  • Accreditation: Issues of Concern Prof. H. A. Ranganath National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) Bangalore, India e-India 2012eindia.eletsonline.com
  • A few Comments The public’s need for critical information is not being met, Traditional approaches to accreditation are not meeting today’s needs, Accreditation is arbitrary, Should the result of accreditation be only binary or have different levels of expressions such as fails / Meets / Exceeds / surpasses with reference to minimum requirements, Are there viable alternatives to accreditation?.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Diversity of Higher Educational Institutions. HEIs at different stages: (a) Yet approach NAAC (b) LOI (c) IEQA (d) Accredited1 (e) Accredited2 (f) Accredited3 Limitations of one-size fit all methodology. Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) v/s External Quality Assurance (EQA). Quality and consistency of Assessment and Assessors.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Integrated approach with provisions to measure Input, Process, Output and Outcome. A shift from static minimum standards to a continuous process of improvement. Criteria that offer space for dynamics and versatility. Space for public/stakeholders opinion. Effect of feedback from students, employers etc. Incentivisation of Assessment and Accreditation.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Quantification quality of research and innovation. Accountability in relation to finantial resources. Disclosure by the institution - in the public domain. ICT in Accreditation. Evolution of the quality management system.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Accrediting agencies: (a)Reserve the right to review the accredited institutions; (b)Must be diligent in protecting the integrity of accreditation brand granted to an institution; (c)Accountability of accrediting agencies.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Programme Accreditation. NAAC-Ranking of Institutions. Internationalization: 1.International recognition of local accrediting agencies; 2.Recognition of foreign accrediting agencies; 3.Convergence of International and National Standards – Mutual Recognition; 4.Accreditation to facilitate HEIs to move towards global rankings.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Message Accreditation = Assessment + Reformation. Introspection, Innovation, and Improvement has to be a continuous process not only to sustain but also to enhance the Quality & Excellence in Education. This can be facilitated by ACCREDITATION.eindia.eletsonline.com
  • THANK YOU www.naac.gov.ineindia.eletsonline.com