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VC JU compliments ASC for improvement in All India Ranking
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JAMMU, Jul 11: Academic Staff College of University of Jammu has been ranked all India 18th by National Assessment and accreditation council UGC (NAAC).

The three-member National Assessment and accreditation council ( NAAC) peer team that visited University of Jammu between February 23 to 25 comprised of its Chairman, Prof. NS Gajbhiye, Vice-Chancellor, Dr Hari Singh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, Prof. M S K Khokar, Head, Rural Technology & Dean College Development Council, Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur and Prof U. Subba Rao, Bhim Rao Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad this year reviewed activities and performance of the UGC-Academic Staff College JU and presented a copy of the report to UGC.

Assessment and evaluation was done by the NAAC team for the curricular aspects of various training courses conducted by the Academic Staff College, programme organization, delivery and evaluation, infrastructure and learning resources available with the College, leadership, governance and functional efficiency, management information systems and innovative practices adopted by the College.

Prof Ishar expressed satisfaction over the ranking by the NAAC in spite of being only six years old and hoped that the ASC shall improve their ranking in the near future . The VC also appreciated the good work being done by Director Prof Neelam Saraf , Asst, Director Ranjeet Kalra and the staff of Academic Staff College. Among others members of the NAAC Visit committee present on the occasion included Dr Anju Thapa,,Dr Niharika Subash, Vinay Thusoo, Public Relations Officer,JU, Dr Amit Sharma, Dr Gurdev Singh, Kuljeet Singh , Er.Ameet Targotra and other staff members of the ASC were present on the occasion.

It is pertinent to mention here that NAAC Rankings for prominent universities is as follows—Guru Jambeshwar University Haryana-!st , Mumbai University-7th , GNDU-12th, JNU-16th,Banglore University-17th, JAMMU UNIVERSITY-18th, Jamia Milia-20th, Aligarh Muslim University- 21st,Pune University-24th, HP University-#33rd, Kashmir University-47th,Punjab University,52nd, Delhi University-53rd, Patna University 62nd.


News Updated at : Thursday, July 12, 2012
 
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