Unique Features of our programs Re-accreditation by NAAC

Accreditation by NAAC

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council, an Autonomous Institution of the University Grants Commission has been assessing the performance of the Universities and Colleges. It sent a Peer team comprising Dr. Malla Reddy as Chairman and Mrs. Mercy Abraham as member to our College on 12th and 13th March 2000 to assess our college on seven Criteria namely: (i) Curricular Aspects (ii) Teaching-Learning and Evaluation (iii) Research Consultancy and Extension (iv) Infrastructure and Learning Resources (v) Student Support and Progress (vi) Organisation and Management and (vii) Healthy Practices. Highly satisfied with our performance, our college was accredited with FIVE STARS (the maximum credit) on 17th April 2000 by the NAAC on the recommendations of the Peer team for a period of five years.

RE-ACCREDITATION (2nd CYCLE) BY NAAC

The NAAC peer team, consisting of Prof. C. Seshadri as Chairman, Dr. P. Radhamony and Prof. V.B.B. Sharma as members visited our college on 22nd and 23rd March 2007 to make an assessment of the college as part of the re-accreditation process. Based on the report and recommendations presented by the peer team, NAAC re-accredited our college with A+ GRADE on 31st March 2007 for a period of five years from 2007-2008.

RE-ACCREDITATION (3rd CYCLE) BY NAAC

The NAAC peer team, consisting of Prof. Dr. P. Ramaiah as Chairman, Dr. N. Govindarajulu and Dr. Pargaonkar Goraksha Vitthal Rao as members visited our college on 28th and 29th December 2012 to make an assessment of the college as part of the re-accreditation process. Based on the report and recommendations presented by the peer team, NAAC re-accredited (3rd Cycle) our college with ‘A’ grade with CGPA of 3.67 for a period of five years from 2012-2013.