28th Feb 2024 09:02:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Itanagar, Feb 28: ​The 3rd Cycle of NAAC Assessment that began on February 27 continued through the second day at Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU). This is the third occasion on which the University is being assessed by the NAAC for its conformance to the standards of quality in terms of its performance in academic and research processes and outcomes. The 1st cycle of NAAC Assessment was in 2002 and the 2nd cycle was in 2015. 
​A 7-member NAAC Peer Team comprising of renowned experts from various fields of academic and administrative excellence and hailing from different parts of the country will assess RGU for three days. The three days are ear-marked for different activities of the NAAC Peer Team including physical inspection of existing infrastructure, assessing academic and research related activities, and interacting with different sections of the stakeholders of the University. 
​On the first day of the visit, members of the NAAC Peer Team held discussions with Prof. Saket Kushwaha, the Vice Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University. Later they had interactive sessions with other statutory officers, Deans, Directors and Heads of Departments, faculty membersand research scholars. Teaching-Learning Process, Research, Innovation and Extension services remained the focus of assessment on the first day. A detailed meeting at the Internal Quality Assessment Cell (IQAC) of RGU was also held. The schedule of the first day saw its conclusion with a spectacular cultural programme presented by the students of the University that showcased the varied socio-cultural context of Arunachal Pradesh that makes the state unique. 
​On the second day, the NAAC Peer Team visited the Atal Incubation Centre, Research Units, Library, major laboratories, Computer Centre, Central Instrumentation Centre, Media laboratory and studio, and other facilities. Onsite interaction was held with Office of the Dean, Students’ Welfare and in-charges of different Cells and facilities. Visits to hostels were also carried out. In the afternoon, the NAAC Peer Team held interaction sessions with students, alumni,guardians and faculty members. The activities of the second day were mainly centred around student support and progression as well as assessment of infrastructure and learning resources.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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