NAAC Accreditation

NAAC Enquire Now

Quality Indicator Framework (QIF) for NAAC introduced wef 1st July- Know from us how to prepare. On similar lines as NBA, we hold FDPs, Workshops and six-month Consultancy by visiting the Institute campus over 10 visits.

Know How – New Assessment & Accreditation Methodology:

  • What is Quality Indicator Framework (QIF)?

  • What are the Pre-qualifier’s 30% minimum score that makes institutes eligible for Peer Team Visit?

  • What is System Generated Scores (SGS) combined with online evaluation – 70% weightage?

  • What comprises of Peer Judgement score- 30%?

  • What is ‘third party validation data’?

  • The Role of students & Alumni in the Assessment process.

First Level

  • Submission of Institutional Information for Quality Assessment (IIQA) similar to the earlier LOI.
  • On acceptance institutes to submit Self-Study Report (SSR). No hard copy to be submitted.

Second Level

  • Data Validation and Verification (DVV) by verification partners of NAAC of SSR online assessment.
  • Institute secure 30% of quantitative metrics will qualify for Peer review/assessment. These do not include Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS) which is also done concurrently with DVV.
  • Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS) comprising 10% of total students of 1st and 2nd year to be conducted concurrent to DVV. This score focus part of overall CGPA onsite visit.
  • To examine qualitative metrics.

Third Level

  • Onsite assessment by Peer Team.
  • Generation of result by NAAC

What’s New?

  • Apply for NAAC only during two specific windows
    • May 1st – June 30th
    • November 1st – December 31st
  • Provide AISHE reference number/Code which means you need to submit your data to AISHE and register.
  • 3 levels of NAAC Accreditation Process