NAAC issues clarification on recently released accreditation list

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has
issued a clarification on the feature published on India Education Review dated
July 16, 2013 “15 states, including all seven NE states, fail to make new NAAC
accreditation list

In response to the feature, NAAC says, “The article implies
wrong notion in the mind of readers that colleges and universities from 15
States have not been accredited in the recent list of accredited institutions
published by NAAC on 8th July, 2013. In the Executive Committee meeting held on
8th July the results of accreditation of 43 Institutions accredited (39 Colleges,
4 Universities) and 34 Institutions re-accredited (2 Universities second cycle.
1 University third cycle, 26 Colleges second cycle, 5 colleges third cycle)
were announced. This is the latest addition to the existing number of
accredited institutions ie 5119 colleges and 175 universities in the country.”

“It may please be noted that institutions from 28 states in
the country have been accredited by NAAC, including eight states from the North
East,” says NAAC.

We ran the feature based on two lists (accreditation and
re-accreditation) uploaded on the NAAC official website. This report only talks
about the accreditation and re-accreditation list released by NAAC on July 8,

By IER Staff

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