Editors: Sankara Narayana Rao Gedala, Saranya P.L.

Assessment, Accreditation and Ranking Methods for Higher Education Institutes in India: Current findings and Future Challenge

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ISBN: 978-1-68108-818-1 (Print)
ISBN: 978-1-68108-817-4 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2021
DOI: 10.2174/97816810881741210101


This reference presents information about quality benchmarks of Indian higher education institute (HEI) accreditation bodies namely, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and the National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF). The objective of the book is to enlighten stakeholders working in Indian HEIs on the recently revised accreditation and ranking processes, which are crucial to the career prospects of students. The contributors of each chapter include experienced NAAC assessors and educationalists. The authors present their own experiences in the light of the accreditation process and suggestions for the improvement of rankings in their institutes. Topics such as the student feedback system, student perception on private and public universities, student mentoring system, usage of ICT methods in teaching learning process, and integration of life skills into curriculum are discussed in this book. The information is presented in a simple, structured manner and is an informative resource for personnel involved in administrative and policy making roles in higher educational settings, with a focus on the Indian higher education system.


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S. Hara Sreeramulu
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List of Contributors

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Challenges of Higher Education Institutions in Assessment Accreditation and Ranking Framework Methodologies

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K. Sreeramulu*
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Can a Student Feedback Provide Correct Opinion on Teaching-Learning Process in Higher Education Institutes?

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G. Sankaranarayana Rao*
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A & A - Quantitative Metrics - A Bird's Eye View

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K. Mythili*
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Prominence of Student Support and Progression in the NAAC Assessment for Quality Augmentation in Higher Education Institutions of Andhra Pradesh India

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Smt. T. Kasiratnam*, Smt. R.S. Goldina
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Higher Recompense to the Highly Qualified – A Way to Economic Development

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P.L. Saranya*, N.V.S. Bhagavan, B. Preethi
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Role of Digitization in Higher Educational Institutions for Better Ranking & Employability

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B.V.A.N.S.S. Prabhakar Rao*
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Education “Re” Creation

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M.R. Joginaidu, M.J.A. Swaroop*
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Importance of Professional Life Skills

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K. Suryachandra Rao*
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Leveraging ICT for Excellence in Higher Education Institutions using Standards and Criteria of Accreditation and Ranking

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Pradeep Kumar*, Balvinder Shukla, Don Passey
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Impact of Globalization on Higher Education-A Comparative Study Between Public and Private Universities

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M.R. Jyothifrederick*
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Challenges and Prospects of Higher Education in India

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Smt. M. Santhi, Smt. T. Adilakshmi*
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Performance of Higher Education in India

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K. Chakrapati*
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Higher Education In India - Issues and Challenges

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Godavari Venkata Murali Mohan*
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Characteristics of Teaching and Learning - A Study on Challenges

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A. Ramarao*, Karri Rama Rao
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New Teaching-Learning Methodologies Globalization

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Srinivasa Babu Ampalam*, Pulakhandam Srinivasa Rao
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Subject Index

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