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Assessment Outcome

There are two outcomes of Assessment and Accreditation:

1.Peer Team Report
The qualitative part of the outcome is called Peer Team Report (PTR) which is an objective report prepared by the Team highlighting its evaluative judgements, mostly using precise keywords instead of long sentences.

2.Institutional Grading
The quantitative part of the outcome comprises the criterion-wise quality assessment, resulting in the final Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA), a letter grade and a performance descriptor. The CGPA and letter grade constitute the certification by the NAAC on institutional accreditation. Thus, at the end of A&A process, each applicant institution will be awarded with a Letter Grade to represent its quality level along with its Performance Descriptor and Accreditation Status, based on the CGPA earned by it through the assessment process, as mentioned below:

Range of institutional Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
Letter Grade
status
3.76 - 4.00
A++
Accredited
3.51 - 3.75
A+
Accredited
3.01 - 3.50
A
Accredited
2.76 - 3.00
B++
Accredited
2.51 - 2.75
B+
Accredited
2.01 - 2.50
B
Accredited
1.51 - 2.00
C
Accredited
<= 1.50
D
Not accredited

Institutions which secure a CGPA less than or equal to 1.50 will be intimated and notified by the NAAC as “assessed and found not qualified for accreditation”.

Period of validity of accreditation The accreditation status is valid for five years from the date of approval by the Executive Committee of the NAAC.

NOTICE : Revised Grading System w.e.f - 1st July,2016