NAAC grading will also be mandatory for private colleges and universities – Higher Education Minister Dr Yadav


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NAAC grading will also be mandatory for private colleges and universities – Higher Education Minister Dr Yadav

Posted on February 16, 2022

Bhopal: Higher Education Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav said that in order to improve the quality of education in the state, private colleges and universities will now also have an NAAC ranking. Soon, a guideline will be published to this effect. Dr. Yadav was reviewing the department’s activities on Tuesday. Dr. Yadav said guidelines have been issued by the NAAC that colleges and universities that have completed an academic year will be eligible to apply for a provisional credential. Until now, it was a system whereby only institutions that had completed six years could apply for NAAC certification.

Minister Dr. Yadav said that soon a Yuva Samvad program will be held at the hospitality of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Chouhan. He said preparations are also underway to make all 238 colleges in the state multi-faculty under the new education policy. In order to prioritize agriculture on the college campus, it is necessary to include related subjects such as organic farming, horticulture, etc. in the program. This year, approximately 75,000 students chose the subject of organic agriculture. Higher Education Minister Dr Mohan Yadav said Madhya Pradesh is an agricultural state. With the implementation of the new education policy, the youth will now give a new dimension to the concept of self-sustaining Madhya Pradesh using new modern farming techniques.

Virtual meeting with the vice-chancellors of the universities

The Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Mohan Yadav had a virtual discussion with the Vice-Chancellors of Government Universities regarding the preparations for the upcoming exams. He congratulated everyone for successfully completing the offline semester exams. Dr. Yadav said that online exams had to be conducted for the past two years due to Corona, but to maintain the quality of education there is a need to conduct offline exams. It’s a big responsibility. Dr. Yadav said that making full preparations for the examinations which will take place in the month of March. Given Corana’s situation, be prepared to conduct reviews in other government buildings as well. He said changes should be made in government centers and private colleges for exam transparency. Also provide invigilators from other colleges during exams.

Additional Chief Secretary for Higher Education Shri Shailendra Singh, Commissioner in Charge Smt. Sonali Wayangankar and departmental officers were present.

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