Kurukshetra University gets NAAC’s A++ grade; highest in all Haryana state universities
Kurukshetra University: The Kurukshetra University (KU) has secured the highest grade in the fourth cycle of its assessment conducted by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). Kurukshetra University got an A++ grade with a cumulative score of 3.56 out of 4.
The vice chancellor of the university Som Nath Sachdeva said; “The university is the first in the public sector in Haryana to achieve this outstanding grade.”
Sachdeva stated at a press conference that KU is the first public sector institution in Haryana to receive this outstanding grade. It has succeeded in NAAC-determined measures, like curricular angles (3.63), educating, learning and assessment (3.46), exploration, advancements, and augmentation (3.39); infrastructure and learning materials understudy backing and movement (3.61); administration authority and management(3.36); institutional qualities and best practices (4). The college has accomplished scholarly greatness through different drives in the beyond five years.
Drives like the foundation of five high level exploration habitats and seven instructional hubs, two public examination offices, new undergrad and graduate courses, countless licenses, biodiversity protection, and graduated class contribution in formative exercises assisted the college with accomplishing this grade, the bad habit chancellor said.
Sachdeva further said that the college is focusing on the foundation of a devoted place for cultivating local area commitment as per the College Awards Commission’s (UGC) standards, the presentation of need-based proficient courses, production of practical and valuable coordinated effort with worldwide organizations and focuses of greatness and advancement of trans-disciplinary investigations and exploration.