Facing the nacc committee


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State Level Seminar at Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth , on “Role Of Libraries With Reference To ICT and NACC Accreditation , held on 23 February 2011

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Facing the nacc committee

  1. 1. Vrushali Dandawate , Librarian, AISSMS College of Engineering, Pune-1 vrushalidandawate@gmail.com
  2. 2.  To make quality the defining element of higher education in India through a combination of self and external quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance initiatives.
  3. 3. ◦ Know the Credentials of a particular Institute ◦ Scope for up gradation of skills through regular Appraisals ◦ Good NAAC grade attracts bright Students – knowledge level of the institute raises ◦ Good grade – attracts good takings
  4. 4.        Curricular Aspects 50 (5) Teaching-Learning and Evaluation-450 (45) Research, Consultancy and Extension-100 (10) Infrastructure and Learning Resources-100 (10) Student Support and Progression-100 (10) Governance and Leadership-150 (15) Innovative practices -50 (5)
  5. 5. Benefits of Accreditation •Helps the institution to know its strengths, weaknesses and opportunities through an informed review process. •To identify internal areas of planning and resource allocation. •Outcome provides funding agencies objective data for performance funding. Initiates institutions into innovative and modern methods of teaching •Gives institutions a new sense of direction and identity. •Provides society with reliable information on quality of education offered. •Employers have access to information on the quality of education •Promotes intra and inter-institutional interactions.
  6. 6. LIBRARY CRITERIA Carpet area of Library 499 m2 800 Reading Space 211 m2 No. of Seats in reading space 100 No. of Users (issue book) 250 per day 250/300 No. of Users ( space) 100-150 per day 150/200 460 300
  7. 7. : Timings : Academic Working day Academic Weekend Vacation 0830 – 1800 Hrs -0830 – 1800 Hrs I.4.2 Availability of a qualified librarian and other staff, library automation, online access, networking No. of Library Staff 07 No. of Library Staff with Degree in Library Science 04 Computerization for search, indexing, issue/ return Yes records? Bar-coding used? Yes Library services on internet Yes INDEST Consortia and Science Direct Yes
  8. 8. I-I.4.4 Journal subscription and internationally acclaimed titles: No. of Total Technical Journals Subscribed Softcopy Year CFYm2 No. of Technical Magazines/ Periodicals in Hardcopy Internationally acclaimed titles in (originals, reprints) In 482 73 409 419 460 51 409 419 469 60 409 418 2008-09 CFYm1 2009-10 CFY 2010-11
  9. 9. I-I.4.5 Digital library: Availability of Digital Lib. Yes contents? No. of Courses No. of Any other? Books Magazines – 267 02 310 Video Cassettes – 124 Availability of an exclusive server? Yes Availability over intranet/internet? Yes Availability of exclusive Yes space/room No. of Users 50-60 per day
  10. 10. Conclusion: The NAAC Assessment and Accreditation is extremely rewarding experience where the entire college participates in introspection, self evaluation and self assessment. It helps to strengthen the competence, creativity and collegiality in the college. NAAC presents not only accreditation in accordance with internationally accepted standards but also creates a highly motivated and charged atmosphere and promises a bright future.