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NAAC Accreditation

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On February 21, 2014, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has reaccredited the college and placed it in Grade B. This institute happens to be the first and only college so far in its category of the grants in aid colleges in the state of Meghalaya to get assessed and accredited by the national body in March 2007. During its first accreditation in 2007, the college was placed in Grade B+.

The latest Exit Report of the NAAC Peer Team that visited the college during December 09 -11, 2013 commended the college for its healthy practices, some of which are:


HEALTHY PRACTICES:

  • Faculty colloquium, organized each month in which teachers deliver a lecture on various topics, honing their skills as well as enlightening each other on a regular basis.
  • Promoting inter-ethnic and cultural harmony in the essentially multi-ethnic context of the college community by organising regular cultural meets and interactions.
  • A high level of rapport between teachers and students.
  • Adoption of Mawblang and Mawlai village for developmental activities by the NSS unit is a significant step towards connecting the college with the rural world. Awareness and development programs are extended to the adjacent villages: Umtung and Mawkyrdep.
  • Eminent scholars and academicians are invited to our college from time to time to deliver lectures and interact with the students.
  • The college organizes regular counselling sessions and campus interviews.
  • Positive and responsive outlook of the Alumni Association that supports the institution in realizing its vision and mission by extending its help and assistance in specifically identified domains of activities.
  • Having in place a mechanism for gathering students’ feed-back and for ensuring that regular parent-teacher interactive sessions are being held.
  • Workshops and training programmes for the skill development of the students are organised by the college.

We Are Appreciated For:

  • Optimal use of infrastructure.
  • A low dropout and high pass percentage.
  • The regular academic and social activities.
  • Neat and clean college campus, rooms and facilities.
  • Catering to the educational needs of students from neighbouring states.
  • Democratic decentralization of administration through committees at various levels.
  • A reasonable teacher-student ratio providing scope for effective interaction between the two segments.
  • Absence of any visible signs of stress and confrontation between different segments of the college community. The Principal, faculty members, non-teaching staff and students appear to function as a harmonic whole so essential for the day-to-day functioning as well as future growth of the institution.