Most of the conventional colleges in the city have received ‘A’ grade in arts, commerce and science disciplines in the NACC assessment, which is a process for determining the quality of colleges. Colleges whose evaluation period has expired are preparing for the new evaluation process. After this examination they will get a new grade again.
The process of evaluation of colleges across the country has been determined through the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, and the colleges are graded for a period of five years after the inspection of the colleges.
How was the evaluation?
Colleges are inspected mainly on the quality of education and the facilities provided to the students by the colleges. A committee of education experts through ‘NAC’ visits the college and conducts this inspection. Colleges are graded based on this report. This evaluation is done on the points like qualified professors, library, laboratories, sports ground and other physical facilities, contribution in research, activities carried out by the college, employment opportunities available to the students. Grades A++, A+, A, B++, B+, B, C, D are given to colleges.
The quality of the colleges is revealed
The grade obtained through ‘NAC’ is indicative of the status of that college. While taking admission in college, many students prefer admission by seeing this category. Also, this evaluation helps the colleges to understand their status. Therefore, NAK assessment is currently preferred.
Accounting for ‘Knack’ grades
– KTHM College = A++
– SVKT, Devalali Camp = A
– KSKW College = A
– HPT-RYK College = A
– BYK College of Commerce = A
– Diamond College, Panchavati = A
– Bhonsla Military College = A
– V. N. Naik College, Nashik = B++
– V. N. Naik College, Dindori = B++
– Arts, College of Commerce, Makhmalabad = B +
– K. K. Vagh Arts, Science College = B
– CMCS College = B
– ‘GOESO’ College, Nashik Road = B