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After inspection by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) at Jainarayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, grading was given to the university on the basis of self-study report and inspection report in the Standing Committee meeting. In the grading result released on Tuesday, JNVU has been given B++ grade. As compared to the previous one, this time the university has taken a leap of two steps. Earlier the intake point of JNVU CGPA was 2.5, which has now increased to 2.9. The university missed out on getting an A grade by just 0.106 marks.
It is noteworthy that in 2010, during the tenure of former Vice-Chancellor Prof. Naveen Mathur, the last good inspection took place. Then the NAAC team gave B grade to the university after inspection. Here, after the grading was released, Vice-Chancellor Prof. KL Srivastava congratulated all the teachers and told about the innovations being done in the university in future for grading improvement.
It is worth mentioning that National Assessment and Accreditation Council National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) evaluates universities, colleges or other educational institutions to understand the ‘quality status’ of the institution. During this evaluation the board evaluates on various parameters including syllabus, study, result, number of teacher professor, study, student details, basic facilities, study material, building infrastructure, financial management and facility available to the student.
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JNVU got A grade in 2003 during the tenure of former Vice Chancellor Prof. Naseem Bhatia. The last good inspection was done in 2010 during the tenure of former Vice-Chancellor Prof. Naveen Mathur. In which the university got B grade, along with increasing the quality in the institution, good grading helps the students of the university in higher studies and selection. While teachers get new opportunities for research, at present, funding to institutions in various works has also been linked to good grading.
Director of Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Prof. Sangeeta Lunkad, members Dr. Rajshree Ranawat, Dr. Ashish Mathur, Dr. Om Prakash Rajpurohit and Dr. Shweta Jha have expressed happiness on receiving noble grading.