JK Lakshmipat University gets A Grade from NAAC in first attempt
Jaipur– On April 20-22, 2022, JKLU (JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur) went through the process of assessment by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) and were accredited with “A” Grade in their very first attempt. Only two other higher education institutes in Rajasthan have a higher rating.
NAAC accreditation identifies the quality of the institute in terms of its education, research, faculty, infrastructure, placements, etc., as well as gives students confidence that they are selecting a quality institution. It gives an institute instant credibility.
There are 7 assessment criteria which have to be complied with in order to get a NAAC accreditation. These are:
- Curricular Aspects
- Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
- Research, Innovations and Extension
- Infrastructure and Learning Resources
- Student Support and Progression
- Governance, Leadership and Management
- Institutional Values and Best Practices
The expert team from NAAC critically examined JKLU on all these parameters and awarded a CGPA of 3.05 and the prestigious “A” Grade.
Expressing his gratitude to the entire team which made achieving this feat possible, Vice Chancellor Prof Dheeraj Sanghi said, “The grade reflects our hard work, our aspirations, and our commitment to quality and excellence throughout our existence of a little over a decade. Each one of you has worked towards making the university what it is today. I believe that this grade truly reflects the large strides this university has made in the last several years and today we truly provide an education which is comparable to the best not only in the state but in the country. We feel very encouraged by this recognition and it motivates us to continue our march towards excellence with a stronger vigour and commitment.”