Dr. The ‘academic audit’ of 40 colleges by the Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University administration is in its final stages. His report will be released within a week. After the recent disqualification action against 33 BEd, BPEd, Law colleges, how many colleges are being acted upon in this assessment, everyone’s attention is on.
The University had started the process of ‘Academic Audit’ to enhance the academic and administrative quality of affiliated colleges. The educational evaluation work of 229 colleges was completed. More than 110 colleges are working in these phases. Official sources said that four different committees are working for verification.
This process is to be completed before the commencement of the academic year. It is said that the evaluation work of 40 colleges has been finalized. After the final report, the university will announce the ranks of the colleges. The college administration is paying attention to what action the administration will take on the ‘no grade’ colleges in the inspection.
In the academic audit, the college building, library, laboratories, grounds, physical facilities including qualified teachers, class rooms etc. are scrutinized. This evaluation is based on three hundred marks. Accordingly, the colleges are classified into four categories namely A, B, C and D.
45 colleges ‘no grade’
In the first phase, academic assessment of 229 colleges was conducted in May-2022. At that time, in the inspection, the brass of the facilities in the colleges were exposed again. Only 39 colleges were in ‘A’ category. There are 35 colleges in ‘B’ category, 34 in ‘C’ category and 68 in ‘D’ category. The number of colleges with no category status is 45. Now what happens in this inspection, how many colleges will be in ‘D’ category, ‘No Grade’, everyone is paying attention.
The process of educational evaluation is in progress. The examination of forty colleges has been completed and their rank will be declared in a week. University will not compromise on quality. Action will be taken against colleges lacking facilities.
– Dr. Pramod Yewle, Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University