NAAC team to visit ANU today for re-accreditation 

The NAAC committee will form three teams, with a nine-member team inspecting administrative buildings, chambers and other wings in the university.

Published: 05th December 2016 01:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th December 2016 04:57 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

GUNTUR: The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) peer committee will be visiting Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) to inspect facilities for A++ grade award from December 5-7. They will form three teams. A nine-member team will inspect administrative buildings, chambers and other wings in the university.

The NAAC peer team is headed by Chairman HP Kincha, ISS Bangalore and has as its members Prof  TS Mathoor, Rajastan University, Jaipur;  Prof C Basavaraju,  Law faculty,  Mysore University; Prof. Dr. Vasanth Jugale, Sociology, and Prof. Rajender Singh, Director of Sports Board, Jivaji University, Gwalior; Prof. Dr. T. Srinivas,  Architecture, NIT Trichy; Prof. Dr. Arun Kumar, Anthropology, Pandit Ravishankar University; Prof. Vijay Juyal, Pharmacy, Uttarakhand University; Prof. SP Shukla, Chairman, Pollution Control Board, Madhya Pradesh; and Prof. TN Madhur would inspect ANU and further visit ANU PG Centre at Ongole.
NAAC will inspect the university campus and interact with students and parents on campus. Students will perform cultural programmes as well.

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