A college being accredited usually signifies that it has met certain standards of excellence across its operations. There are three major benefits for students due to an accreditation namely, Exchange Programs: The possibility of a tie - up with some good universities is increased. There is also a higher chance of incoming exchange students, which helps to build a more culturally diverse environment in college (of which the impact on individual growth cannot be understated). Placements: Many companies, as part of their campus recruiting programs, only look at NAAC Accredited colleges. An accreditation, consequently, increases the number of companies coming on campus, thereby increasing the diversity of career opportunities available to students on campus. Further Studies: While applying abroad, colleges often look at the accreditation of your college to gain a better understanding of your performance as a student relative to your peer group. The NAAC Accreditation increases your chances for a favourable reply.
NAAC accreditation helps the higher learning institutes to know its strengths, opportunities, and weaknesses through an informed review process. NAAC identifies the internal areas of planning and allocation of resources. NAAC accreditation helps funding agencies with objective data so that they can take a decision on the funding of higher learning institutes. NAAC grade/ assessment helps educational institutes to initiate modern or innovative methods of pedagogy. Similarly, the Institution has learnt a lot from the NAAC Inspection and already has started the best practices in terms of Curricular Aspects, Teaching Learning & Evaluation, Research, Consultancy & Extension, Infrastructure & Learning Resources, Students Support & Progression, Governance, Leadership & Management and Innovations & Best Practices. The Institution has achieved its vision already and working hard for the great heights in the field of Academics, from NAAC “B” Grade CGPA 2.32/4 Accreditation to “A++”.