Sunday, September 25, 2022

FAC completes 3rd cycle of NAAC inspection

DIMAPUR: Fazl Ali College (FAC) Mokokchung completed the peer team onsite inspection conducted by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) on April 5 and 6.
In a press release, FAC information and publicity cell informed that the college underwent the third cycle of national assessment and accreditation with peer team members former vice chancellor, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar (Central) University, Dr. Neel Mani Prasad Verma as chairperson, former dean, Arts Faculty of Arts & HoD, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Kerala Dr. Nesy Daniel as member coordinator and former principal, SS & LS Patkar College, Maharashtra Dr. Maharudra Kekare as member.
During the first day, the visit comprised of presentations from principal, IQAC coordinator and HoDs of 16 academic departments.
The peer team also visited facilities of the college.
A meeting was held and attended by Dr. K. Ngangshi Ao, MLA, vice chancellor of Nagaland University, Prof. Pardeshi Lal, director of Higher Education, Dr. Katoni Jakhalu, DC Mokokchung, Shashank Pratap Singh, superintendent of police Aotula, former principal Helen Jamir, representatives of Ao Senden, former principal & president of Watsü Mungdang Arenla Longkumer, village council members of Chuchuyimpang Riongsanger Tatar Putu Menden and Mokokchung Riongsanger Putu Menden, FAC alumni officer and others.
The first day culminated with a cultural programme.
Meanwhile, on the second day, the peer team visit completed successfully with onsite inspection of hostels and other facilities, plantation of tree saplings and report writing.
The exit meeting of the peer team was conducted by FAC principal, Dr. Temjenwapang.
NAAC peer team chairperson, Dr. Verma in his general observations of the college remarked that the college had huge potential to become an autonomous college or a university.
He however said there was no visibility of state government participation in the development of the college.
He observed that 19 faculty were on fixed appointment which was alarming and expressed concern over the negative impact it would have on quality education.
The meeting concluded with vote of thanks from IQAC coordinator, Dr. Lanurenla.
Later, dinner was hosted by Alumni Association.