NAAC Peer Team concludes 3-day visit
Srinagar, Apr 25: Three day visit of NAAC Peer Team concluded with an exit meeting held in the Lala Arifa Auditorium of the college here on Wednesday.
The team comprising Prof N. Sundararajan, Prof. Savitha R.Gandhi and Prof R Ganga visited the college in connection with assessment and re-accreditation. The team besides visiting different departments of the college took stock of different student support services like the hostel, library and canteen etc. The team also had separate interactions with the parents, students and staff of the college.
Speaking on the occasion of the Exit Meeting, Prof. N. Sundararajan, Chairperson of the team, shared his observations with the staff and students. Prof. N. Sundararajan highlighted the efforts that NAAC makes in raising the benchmarks of quality in the institution of higher education in the country. Earlier he presented the report of re-accreditation to the principal of the college.
The welcome address for the exit meeting was presented by the principal of the college Prof. Mushtaq Ahmad Wani, who highlighted the role that the college has been playing in shaping the destiny of the women of the state.
He said the visits of the NAAC Peer Teams often provoke us to do SWOT analysis of our institutions and consequently helps us to march towards excellence. The vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Yasmeen Ashai, Coordinator NAAC steering committee, who appreciated the role that was played by different stake holders in the successful completion of this academic activity.
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