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  1. 1. NBA Accreditation (SAR Tier II): Criteria and Weightages Dr M S R Murty msrm1951@gmail.com
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  3. 3. Program Outcomes (a) Fundamentals: an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering (b) ) Experimentation: an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data (c) Design within constraints: an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  4. 4. Program Outcomes contd., (d) Teamwork: an ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams (e) Problem-solving: an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems (f) Ethics : an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility (g) Communication: an ability to communicate effectively
  5. 5. Program Outcomes contd., (h) Impacts of engineering: the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context (i) Lifelong (independent) learning : a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long (independent) learning (j) Contemporary issues: a knowledge of contemporary issues
  6. 6. Program Outcomes contd., (k) Engineering tools: an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. (l) Advanced mathematics: a knowledge of differential and integral calculus and advanced mathematics including differential equations, linear algebra, vector calculus, complex variables, Laplace transforms, Fourier transforms, and probability and statistics with appropriate applications.
  7. 7. Program Outcomes contd., (m) Basic sciences, computer sciences & engineering sciences : a knowledge of basic sciences, computer science, and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices, software, and systems containing hardware and software components, as appropriate to program objectives
  8. 8. Mapping COs with POs Contribution of courses to program outcomes Program outcomes Type Units Course No. & Title a b c d e f g h I j k l m n LAB 4 CHEM30AL General Chemistry Laboratory II LEC 4 EE1 Electrical Engineering Physics I LEC 4 EE2 Physics for Electrical Engineers OTH 2 EE3 Introduction to Electrical Engineering DES 4 EE115D Design Studies in Electronic Circuits OTH 1 EE19 Fiat Lux Freshman Seminar OTH 2 EE99 Student Research Program LEC 4 EE100 Electrical and Electronic Circuits Strong Contribution Week Contribution No Contribution 8
  9. 9. PEOs Sample To produce computer engineering graduates prepared to: • Objective 1: Practice their profession with confidence and global competitiveness and make intellectual contributions to it; • Objective 2: Pursue a life-long career of personal and professional growth with superior work ethics and character and • Objective 3: Pursue advanced study and research at the graduate level.
  10. 10. PEOs, POs and COs 10 PEOs POs COs Mission ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ GAs
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  12. 12. Vision statement • To be a vibrant Institute of international repute focuses on quality education and innovative research that prepares professionals and entrepreneurs to lead social, economic and technical development in the region.
  13. 13. Qualities of Accredited Program 1. Program (ex: B Tech- EEE) has achieved Objectives (PEOs) defined in line with Dept Vision and Mission and meets stakeholders requirements. (based on Students performance 3- 5 years after graduation). 2. Program Outcomes (POs) have been achieved. Graduating Students have acquired abilities as defined and in alignment with Graduate Attributes of NBA.
  14. 14. Qualities of Accredited Program (contd.,) 3. Program Curriculum facilities achievement of PEOs and Pos with  Suitable mix of Theory and Lab courses  In line with Program Specific Criteria of IEEE, ACM, ASME etc.,  Clear Course Outcomes, Industry involvement, Internship opportunities  Process to identify curriculum gaps, and teaching beyond syllabus  Relevant Core engg subjects
  15. 15. Qualities of Accredited Program (contd.,) 4. Very Good Students performance judged by  Success rate  Academic Performance  Placements and opportunities for higher studies  Professional activities, entrepreneurship initiatives, publications
  16. 16. Qualities of Accredited Program (contd.,) 5. Faculty Strengths:  High Student Teacher ratio and faculty cadre ratio, retention  Faculty quality as judged by  Qualifications, Competencies to meet Program specific criteria Participation in Faculty Development programs Research Publications, IPRs , funded research projects,  Good outside interaction
  17. 17. Qualities of Accredited Program (contd.,) 6 Adequate Infrastructure facilities:  Class rooms, Faculty rooms,  Laboratories, computing facilities  Technical Support staff 7. a) First year program quality: students admission quality, students- teacher ratio, science and language laboratories
  18. 18. Qualities of Accredited Program contd., Teaching Learning process  tutorials, mentoring system  Feedback system, self learning facilities  Career guidance, Co and extra curricular activities, Games and sports
  19. 19. Qualities of Accredited Program contd., 8 Governance, Institutional support and Financial Resources  Campus Infrastructure and Facility,  Organisation, Governance, and Transparency  Budget Allocation, Utilisation, and Public Acco unting  Library and Internet facilities  Safety norms, Medical facilities
  20. 20. Qualities of Accredited Program contd., 9 Continuous Improvement  Success Index of Students  Academic Performance Index of Students  Improvement in Student-Teacher Ratio  Enhancement of Faculty Qualification Index  Improvement in Faculty Research Publications, R &D Work and Consultancy Work  Continuing Education, New Facility Created  Overall Improvement since last accreditation/ beginning
  21. 21. Criteria Weightages: Summary of Evaluation S. No. Criterion Max. points Qualifying points 1 Vision, Mission and Programme Educational Objectives 75 45 2 Programme Outcomes 150 90 3 Programme Curriculum 125 75 4 Students’ performance 100 60 5 Faculty Contributions 175 105 6 Facilities and technical support 125 75 7 Academic Support Units and Teaching-Learning Process 75 45 8 Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources 75 45 9 Continuous Improvement 100 60 Total 1000 600
  22. 22. Accreditation under TIER- II •Accreditation for 5 years: a minimum of 750 points in aggregate out of 1000 points  minimum score of 60% in mandatory fields (criterion 1 and criteria 4 to 8 ) •Accreditation for two years: minimum 600 points and 60% score in mandatory fields (criterion 1 and criteria 4 to 8 )
  23. 23. Evaluation Criterion 1: Vision, Mission and Programme Educational Objectives (75) Minimum qualifying points: 45 Item Item no. description Points Evaluation guidelines/ award of marks 1.1 Mission and Vision 5 · Listing and articulation of the vision and mission statements of the institute and department (1) · Description of media (e.g. websites, curricula books) in which the vision and mission are published and how these are disseminated among stakeholders (2) · Articulation of the process involved in defining the vision and mission of the department from the vision and mission of the institute (2)
  24. 24. Item no. Item description Evaluation Guidelines Points Evaluation guidelines/ award of marks 1.2 Programme Educational Objectives Cont….. 15 · Listing and articulation of the program educational objectives of the programme under accreditation (2) · Description of media (e.g. websites, curricula books) in which the PEOs are published and how these are disseminated among stakeholders (2) · Listing of stakeholders of the programme under consideration for accreditation and articulation of their relevance (1) · Description of the process that documents and demonstrates periodically that the PEOs are based on the needs of the programme’s stakeholders (5) · Description as to how the Programme Educational Objectives are consistent with the Mission of the department (5)
  25. 25. Item no. Item description Evaluation Guidelines Points Evaluation guidelines/ award of marks 1.3 Attainment of Programme Educational Objectives Cont….. 20 · Description of the broad curricular components that contribute towards the attainment of the Programme Educational Objectives (5) · Description of the committees and their functions, working processes and related regulations (5) · Addl Cocurricular activities (10) 1.4 Assessment of attainment of Programme Educational Objectives 25 · Description of the assessment process that documents and demonstrates periodically the degree to which the Programme Educational Objectives are attained (5) · Information on: (a) listing and description of the assessment processes used to gather the data upon which the evaluation of each programme educational objective is based. Examples of data collection processes may include, but are not limited to, employer surveys, graduate surveys, focus groups, industrial advisory committee meetings, or other processes that are relevant and appropriate to the programme; (b) The frequency with which these assessment processes are carried out (10) · Details of evidence that the PEO have been achieved: (a) The expected level of attainment for each of the programme educational objectives; (b) Summaries of the results of the evaluation processes and an analysis illustrating the extent to which each of the programme educational objectives has been attained; and (c) How the results are documented and maintained (10)
  26. 26. Item no. Evaluation Guidelines Cont….. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines/ award of marks 1.5 Indicate how results of assessment of achievement of PEOs have been used for redefining PEOs 10 ·Articulation with rationale as to how the results of the evaluation of the PEOs have been used to review/redefine the PEOs (10)
  27. 27. Criterion 2: Programme Outcomes (150) Minimum qualifying points: 90 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 2.1 Definition and Validation of Course Outcomes and Programme Outcomes 25 · Listing of the course outcomes of the courses in programme curriculum and programme outcomes of the programme under accreditation (2) · Description of media (e.g. websites, curricula books) in which the POs are published and how these are disseminated among stakeholders (3) · Description of the process that documents and demonstrates periodically that the POs are defined in alignment with the graduate attributes prescribed by the NBA (5) · Details as to how the POs defined for the programme are aligned with the Graduate Attributes of the NBA as articulated in the accreditation manual (10) · Correlation of the defined POs of the programme with the PEOs (5)
  28. 28. Item no. Item Criterion 2: Programme Outcomes (225) description Points Evaluation guidelines 2.2 Attainment of Programme Outcomes 40 · Correlation between the course outcomes and the programme outcomes. The strength of the correlation is to be indicated. (10) · Description of the different course delivery methods/ modes (e.g. lecture interspersed with discussion, asynchronous mode of interaction, group discussion, project etc.) used to deliver the courses and justify the effectiveness of these methods for the attainment of the POs. This may be further justified using the indirect assessment methods such as course-end surveys. (10) · Justification of the balance between theory and practical for the attainment of the PEOs and the POs. Justify how the various project works (a sample of 20% best and average projects from total projects) carried as part of the programme curriculum contribute towards the attainment of the POs. (20) Cont…..
  29. 29. Item no. Criterion 2: Programme Outcomes (225) Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 2.3 Assessment of attainment of Programme Outcomes Cont….. 75 · Description of the assessment processes that documents and demonstrates periodically the degree to which the Programme Outcomes are being attained. (25) · Information on: (a) listing and description of the assessment processes used to gather the data upon which the evaluation of each the programme educational objective is based. Examples of data collection processes may include, but are not limited to, specific exam questions, student portfolios, internally developed assessment exams, senior project presentations, nationally-normed exams, oral exams, focus groups, industrial advisory committee and (b) the frequency with which these assessment processes are carried out (25) · Information on: (a)The expected level of attainment for each of the programme outcomes; (b) Summaries of the results of the evaluation processes and an analysis illustrating the extent to which each of the programme outcomes are attained; and (c) How the results are documented and maintained (25)
  30. 30. Item no. Criterion 2: Programme Outcomes (225) Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 2.4 Use of assessment results towards improvement of the programme Cont….. 10 · Articulation with rationale how the results of the evaluation of the POs have been used to review/redefine the POs in line with the Graduate Attributes of the NBA (10)
  31. 31. Criterion 3: Programme Curriculum (125) Minimum qualifying points: 75 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 3.1 Curriculum 15 · Structure of the curriculum (5) · Drawing of the schematic of the prerequisites of the courses in the curriculum (5) · Evidence that programme curriculum satisfies the applicable program criteria specified by the appropriate American professional associations such as ASME, IEEE and ACM (5) 3.2 Curriculum components and relevance to the Pos and the PEOs 15 · Detailing of programme curriculum grouping based on different components and their relevance to programme outcomes (15) 3.3 Core engineering courses and their relevance to Programme Outcomes including design experience 30 · Core engineering subjects and their relevance to programme outcomes (10) · Description as to how core engineering courses in the programme curriculum helps in solving complex engineering problems (20)
  32. 32. Criterion 3: Programme Curriculum (125) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 3.4 Industry interaction/internship 10 · Details of industry’s involvement in the programme such as industry-attached laboratories and partial delivery of courses and internship opportunities for students (10) 3.5 Illustrate the processes used to identify the curricular gaps to the attainment of the COs/POs 15 · Details of the processes used to identify the curricular gaps to the attainment of the COs/POs (15) 3.6 Indicate the content beyond syllabus imported to attain the COs/POs 35 ·Details of the content beyond syllabus imported to attain the COs/POs (35) 3.7 Course syllabi 5 · Syllabus for each course and also provide the details of the syllabi format (5) Cont …..
  33. 33. Criterion 4: Students’ Performance in the Programme (100) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 4.1 Success rate 30 Success rate = 30 × Mean of success index (SI) for past three batches SI = (No. of students who cleared the programme in the minimum period of course duration)/(No. of students admitted in the first year and students admitted in that batch via lateral entry) 4.2 Academic performance 20 Assessment = 2 × API where, API = Academic performance index = Mean of CGPA of all the students on a 10-point CGPA system Or = (Mean of the percentage of marks of all students)/10
  34. 34. Criterion 4: Students’ Performance in the Programme (75) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 4.3 Placement and higher studies 30 Assessment = 30 × (x + 1.25y)/N where, x = No. of students placed, Cont….. y = No. of students admitted for the higher studies, N = No. of students admitted in the first year and students admitted via lateral entry in that batch subject to max. assessment points = 20 Percentage of students to be considered based on first year and lateral entry. Assessment: 3 points for each item 4.4 Professional activities 20 · Professional societies / chapters and organising engineering events (4) · Organisation of paper contests, design contests, etc., and their achievements (4) · Publication of technical magazines, newsletters, etc. (4) · Entrepreneurship initiatives, product designs, innovations (4) · Publications and awards in inter-institute events.(4)
  35. 35. Criterion 5: Faculty Contributions (175) Minimum qualifying points: 105 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 5.1 Student-teacher ratio 20 Assessment = 20 × 15/STR; subject to max. assessment at 20where, STR = (x + y + z)/N1 x = No. of students in 2nd year of the programme y = No. of students in 3rd year of the programme z = No. of students in 4th year of the programme N1 = Total no. of faculty members in the programme (considering the fractional load) 5.2 Faculty cadre ratio 20 Assessment = 20 × CRI Cadre ratio index (CRI) = 2.25 × (2x + y)/N; based on 1:2:6 subject to max. CRI = 1.0 x = No. of professors in the programme y = No. of associate professors in the programme
  36. 36. Criterion 5: Faculty Contributions (175) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 5.3 Faculty qualifications 30 Assessment = 6 × FQI Faculty qualification index (FQI) = Cont….. (10x + 6y + 2z0)/N2, where, x+y+z0 ≤ N2, z0 ≤ z x = No. of faculty members with PhD y = No. of faculty members with ME/MTech z = No. of faculty members with BE/BTech 5.4 Faculty Competencies correlation to Programme Specific Criteria 15 · Ability of the programme curriculum to meet the applicable programme criteria specified by the appropriate American professional associations such as ASME, IEEE and ACM · Listing of the programme specific criteria and the competencies (specialisation, research publications, course developments etc. of faculty to correlate the programme specific criteria and competencies)
  37. 37. Criterion 5: Faculty Contributions (175) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 5.5 Faculty as participants/resour ce persons in faculty development/train ing activities Cont…… 15 Participant/resource person in two week faculty development programme. (5) Participant/resource person in one week faculty development programme (3) Assessment = 3 x SUM / N 5.6 Faculty retention 15 Assessment = 4 × RPI/N Retention point index (RPI) = Sum of the retention points to all faculty members One retention point for each year of experience at the institution, subject to maximum five points to a faculty member.
  38. 38. Criterion 5: Faculty Contributions (175) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 5.7 Faculty research publications 20 Faculty points in research publications (FRP) Cont….. Assessment of FRP = 4 × (Sum of the research publication points scored by each faculty member)/N (Instruction: A faculty member scores maximum five research publication points, each year, depending upon the quality of the research papers published in the past three years.) The research papers considered are those (i) which can be located on internet and/or are included in hard-copy volumes/ proceedings, published by well-known publishers, and (ii) the faculty member’s affiliation, in the published paper, is of the current institution. 5.8 Faculty intellectual property rights 10 Faculty points in IPR (FIPR) Assessment of FIPR = 2 × (Sum of the FIPR points scored by each faculty member)/N (Instruction: A faculty member scores maximum five FIPR points each year. IPR includes awarded national/international patents, books, and copyrights.)
  39. 39. Criterion 5: Faculty Contributions (175) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 5.9 Funded R&D Projects and consultancy (FRDC) work Cont….. 20 Faculty Points in R&D and consultancy work (FRDC) Assessment of R&D and consultancy projects = 4 × (Sum of FRDC by each faculty member)/N Instruction: A faculty member gets maximum five points, each year, depending upon the amount of the funds and/or the contributions made. A suggestive scheme is given below for a minimum amount of Rs. 1.0 lakh: Five points for funding by national agency Four points for funding by state agency Four points for funding by private sector Two points for funding by the sponsoring trust/society 5.10 Faculty interaction with outside world 10 Faculty interaction points (FIP) assessment = 2 × (Sum of FIP by each faculty member)/N
  40. 40. Criterion 6: Facilities and Technical Support (125) Minimum qualifying points: 75 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 6.1 Classrooms in the department 30 · Adequate number of rooms for lectures (core/electives), seminars, tutorials, etc., for the programme (10) · Teaching aids---multimedia projectors, etc. (15) · Acoustics, classroom size, conditions of chairs/benches, air circulation, lighting, exits, ambience, and such other amenities/facilities (5) 6.2 Faculty rooms in the department 20 · Availability of individual faculty rooms (5) · Room equipped with white/black board, computer, Internet, and other such amenities/facilities (10) · Usage of room for discussion/ counselling with students (5)
  41. 41. Criterion 6: Facilities and Technical Support (75) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 6.3 Laboratories in the department to meet the curricular requirements and the POs Cont….. 60 · Adequate well-equipped laboratories to run all the programme-specific curriculum (20) · Availability of computing facilities for the department exclusively (15) · Availability of laboratories with technical support within and beyond working hours (15) · Equipments to run experiments and their maintenance, number of students per experimental setup, size of the laboratories, overall ambience, etc. (10) 6.4 Technical manpower support 15 · Availability of adequate and qualified technical supporting staff for program-specific laboratories (10) · Incentives, skill-upgrade, and professional advancement (5)
  42. 42. Criterion 7: Academic Support Units and Teaching-Learning Process (75) Minimum qualifying points:45 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 7.1 Academic Support Units 35 · Assessment of First Year Student Teacher Ratio (FYSTR) (10) · Assessment of Faculty Qualification Teaching First Year Common Courses (15) · Adequacy of space, number of students per batch, quality and availability of measuring instruments, laboratory manuals, list of experiments – Basic science and Engineering Laboratory (8) · Adequacy of space, number of students per batch, software types and quality of instruments - Language laboratory (2)
  43. 43. Criterion 7: Academic Support Units and Teaching-Learning Process (75) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 7.2 Teaching – Learning Process Cont….. 40 · Tutorial classes to address student questions: size of tutorial classes, hours per subject in timetable (5) · Mentoring system to help at individual levels (5) · Feedback analysis and reward / corrective measures taken, if any (5) · Scope for self-learning (5) · Generation of self-learning facilities, and availability of materials for learning beyond syllabus (5) · Career Guidance, Training, Placement, and Entrepreneurship Cell (5) · Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities (5) · Sports grounds, facilities, and qualified sports instructors (5)
  44. 44. Criterion 8: Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources (75) Minimum qualifying points: 45 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 8.1 Campus infrastructure and facility 10 · Maintenance of academic infrastructure and facilities (4) · Hostel (boys and girls), transportation facility and canteen (2) · Electricity, power backup, telecom facility, drinking water, and security (4) 8.2 Organisation, governance, and transparency 10 · Governing body, administrative setup, and functio of various bodies (2) · Defined rules, procedures, recruitment, and promotional policies, etc. (2) · Decentralisation in working and grievance redressal system (3) · Transparency and availability of correct/ unambiguous information (3)
  45. 45. Criterion 8: Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources (75) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 8.3 Budget allocation, utilisation, and public accounting 10 · Adequacy of budget allocation (4) Cont….. · Utilisation of allocated funds (5) · Availability of detailed audited statements of all the receipts and expenditures publicly (1) 8.4 Programme Specific Budget Allocation, Utilisation 10 · Adequacy of budget allocation (5) · Utilisation of allocated funds (5) 8.5 Library 20 · Library space and ambience, timings and usage, availability of a qualified librarian and other staff, library automation, online access, and networking (5) · Titles and volumes per title (4) · Scholarly journal subscriptions (3) · Digital library (3) · Library expenditure on books, magazines/journals, and miscellaneous contents (5)
  46. 46. Criterion 8: Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources (75) Cont….. 8.6 Internet 05 · Sufficient and effective internet access facility with security and privacy (5) 8.7 Safety norms and Checks 05 · Checks for wiring and electrical installations for leakage and earthing (1) · Fire-fighting measurements: Effective safety arrangements with emergency/multiple exits and ventilation/exhausts in auditoriums and large classrooms/labs, fire-fighting equipments and training, availability of water and such other facilities (1) · Safety of civil tructures/buildings/catwalks/hostels, etc. (1) · Handling of hazardous chemicals and such other hazards (2) 8.8 Counselling and emergency medical care and first-aid 05 · Availability of counselling facility · Arrangement for emergency medical care · Availability of first-aid unit
  47. 47. Criterion 9: Continuous Improvement Item no. Item description Max. points 9.1 Improvement in Success Index of Students 5 9.2 Improvement in Academic Performance Index of Students 5 9.3 Improvement in Student-Teacher Ratio 10 9.4 Enhancement of Faculty Qualification Index 10 9.5 Improvement in Faculty Research Publications, R&D Work and Consultancy Work 20 9.6 Continuing Education 10 9.7 New Facility Created 20 9.8 Overall Improvements since last accreditation, if any, otherwise, since the commencement of the programme 20 Total 100
  48. 48. Criteria Weightages: Summary of Evaluation S. No. Criterion Max. points Qualifying points 1 Vision, Mission and Programme Educational Objectives 75 45 2 Programme Outcomes 150 90 3 Programme Curriculum 125 75 4 Students’ performance 100 60 5 Faculty Contributions 175 105 6 Facilities and technical support 125 75 7 Academic Support Units and Teaching-Learning Process 75 45 8 Governance, Institutional Support and Financial Resources 75 45 9 Continuous Improvement 100 60 Total 1000 600
  49. 49. NBA Accreditation: Continuous Improvement Conclusions Dr M S R Murty
  50. 50. Criterion 9: Continuous Improvement (75) Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 9.5 Improvement in faculty research publication, R&D, and consultancy Cont….. 20 Points must be awarded in proportion to the combined average improvement in computed FRP (in 5.7) and FRDC (5.9) over three years. 9.6 Continuing education 10 Points must be awarded in proportion to participation in continuing education (contributing to course modules and conducting and attending short-term courses and workshops) programmes to gain and/or disseminate their knowledge in their areas of expertise. 9.7 New facility created 20 New facilities in terms of infrastructure/equipment/facilities added to augment the programme. 9.8 Overall improvement since last accreditation, if any, otherwise, since establishment 20 Points must be awarded based on the strengths and weaknesses mentioned in the last accreditation visit, and how those were addressed and/or efforts were made.
  51. 51. Criterion 9: Continuous Improvement (100) Minimum qualifying points: 60 Item no. Item description Points Evaluation guidelines 9.1 Improvement in success index of students 5 Points must be awarded in proportion to the average improvement in computed SI (in 4.1) over three years. 9.2 Improvement in academic performance index of students 5 Points must be awarded in proportion to the average improvement in computed API (in 4.2) over three years. 9.3 Improvement in STR 5 Points must be awarded in proportion to the average improvement in computed STR (in 5.1) over three years. 9.4 Enhancement of faculty qualification index 10 Points must be awarded in proportion to the average improvement in computed FQI (in 5.3) over three years.
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  54. 54. Acknowledgement • nbaind.org • THANK YOU msrm1951@gmail.com

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