FAC hosts workshop on NAAC

FAC hosts workshop on NAAC
Joint Director, Higher Education, Rokono Keyho delivering keynote address at the one day workshop on NAAC related issues & Challenges at FAC Mokokchung on August 20. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/20/2019 12:00:18 PM IST

One day workshop on National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) related issues and challenges was held at Fazl Ali College (FAC), Mokokchung on August 20.

Delivering keynote address at the inaugural session, Rokono Keyho, Jt. director, Higher Education Kohima pointed out that the biggest challenges for Higher Education was to ensure quality education, as such, the UGC and HRD, Government of India has made it mandatory for all Higher Educational institutions to be NAAC assessed and accredited. 

In the same note, she also mentioned that through such assessment one become aware of the strengths and weakness, finding new direction and identity to endeavor ahead. In this regard, she added that the department has put up a State Level Quality Assurance Cell (SLQAC) to facilitate Colleges for Accreditation, An Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) Cell comprising of a committee has also been set up to assist colleges to prepare for the process. She also emphasized for more colleges to go for NAAC as out of 65 Colleges in Nagaland only 25 Colleges were NAAC accredited. Earlier in the session, welcome address was delivered by T. Allong Tzudir, principal, Fazl Ali College while vote of thanks was said by Dr. Lanurenla, IQAC Coordinator, FAC. Dr. Watimongla Pongener, HoD, Department of English, FAC chaired the session. 

During the Workshop session, Dr. Watijungshi, former additional director, Higher Education took up the topic on mentoring of colleges for NAAC assessment. The moderator was Dr. I, Wati Imchen, HoD, department of History. Experiences in NAAC assessment and accreditation topic was covered by Dr. Vizovol Mekro,Principal Phek Government College. The moderator was Dr. Imtiwati Jamir, HoD, department of Physics.

The workshop was attended by principals and lecturers from nine colleges.


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