NAAC team completes assessment of KU Staff College
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Srinagar, Feb 17: The three-member National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC) peer team today completed its review of activities and performance of the Kashmir University’s Academic Staff College and presented a copy of the report to Vice chancellor Prof Talat Ahmad.
A KU spokesman said the NAAC team which visited Kashmir University between February 15-17, comprised of its Chairman, Prof. Muhammad Miyan, Vice-Chancellor, Moulana Azad National Urdu University, Member-Coordinator, Prof. S. N. Bhat and Member, Prof. S. K. Behera.
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. Besides it reviewed the college’s governance and functional efficiency, management information systems and innovative practices adopted by the College for the period between 2005-2011.
On the last day of their visit, the NAAC team presented its report and held exit Meeting with the V-C, Director and staff of Academic Staff College besides other officials of the varsity.
The report will be made public in its review committee meeting on March 31st, 2012 at New Delhi and findings will be communicated to the University of Kashmir.
On the occasion, the Team’s chairman Prof Muhammad Miyan expressed satisfaction over the nature, design and conduct of various training courses by the UGC Academic Staff College and stressed upon the need for upgrading the available infrastructure, library, hostel facilities.
He suggested inviting more eminent resource persons from other states for training the participants. “The team was overwhelmed by the hospitality and the warmth of the Kashmir people,” Prof Miyan said. He also appreciated the way present director Dr Farooq Fayaz is handling the affairs of ASC and especially courses for the teachers.
Prof Talat Ahmad also observed that inspite of turbulent conditions in the valley, UGC Academic Staff College has done a commendable job over the past 23 years of its existence
Lastupdate on : Fri, 17 Feb 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 17 Feb 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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