NAAC is an autonomous instituting established by the UGC in 1994. The prime agenda of NAAC is to assess and accredit institutions of higher learning with all objective of helping them to work continuously to improve the quality of education. Criteria for Assessment:
Teaching learning and Evaluation
Research consultancy and Extension
Infrastructure and learning Resources
Student support and progression
Process for Assessment and Accreditation:
1. Preparation of the self-study Report by the Institution/Department based the parameters defined by NAAC.
2. Validation of Self-study Report by a team of peers through an on-site visit, Presentation of a Detailed Quality Report to the Institution.
3. The Final Decision an Assessment and Accreditations by the Executive Committee of NAAC.
vCollarate helps organise and collect the data for the Institution and help them generate reports that can be submitted to NAAC for accreditations.
NAAC Accreditation Improvement Plan.
Distribution of Institution’s Information Digitally to Everyone and Anywhere.
Self-administered Portal allows Institutions Authorities of Varied roles to keep the portal up to date by Updating Contents in Real Time.
Allows Admin Authority to Maintain the Departments, Faculties of different Streams, Infrastructure and Alumni Association details.
Facilitates Management and notifications of Notices, Events, Awards, Gallery and Policy.
Allows Department Faculties to create their Profile, Academic and Departmental Activities, their Internal and External Visits/Engagements, Awards and Committee Memberships.
Facilitates Broadcasting of Faculties Research work if any- Journal Articles, Book Publication, Research Projects, Conference Papers, Seminars and Workshops, Patent details, etc.
Visibility to the External World about the Institution Profile, Academic and Co-curriculum Activities.
All the details can be exported as Excel, CSV, PDF.
Well defined Navigation.
NAAC related Documents.
Different Levels of Access and Privileges.
All the data is Secured.
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