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National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, Karnataka


National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, Karnataka
Address:P. O. Box No. 1075, Nagarbhavi
Karnataka, India
Pin Code : 560072

National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore Karnataka is a Central Authority under the control of Government of India.
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) is situated in Bangalore of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bangalore comes under Bengaluru (Bangalore) Tehsil, District.

Fax # of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore Karnataka is +91-80-23210268, +91-080-23210270.

Contact Person(s) of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore Karnataka is (are): Prof.H.A.Ranganath, Director +91-80-23210267, 23005112, 114, 115.

email ID(s) is National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) Bangalore Karnataka

Website of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore Karnataka is http://www.naac.gov.in/.

Contact Details of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore Karnataka are : Reception: +91-80-23210261,62,63,64,65
EPBAX Numbers: +91-80-23005100,111
Name: Dr. Latha Pillai, Adviser
Emailid: lathapillai@naac.gov.in
Telephone: 080-23005711
Name: Dr. M. S. Shyamasundar, Deputy Adviser
Emailid: shyam_naac@yahoo.co.in
Telephone: 080-23005119 (Work), Res : 080-26760873
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Dr. K. Rama, Deputy Adviser
Emailid: k.rama@naac.gov.in
Telephone: 080-23005118
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Dr. B. S. Madhukar, Deputy Adviser
Emailid: vanmadhu@rediffmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005117 Res: 080-23413681
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser
Telephone: 080-23005116
Emailid: jp_naac@yahoo.co.in
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Mr. B.S. Ponmudiraj, Assistant Adviser
Emailid: bspsamson@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005133 Res : 080-25301708
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Dr. Ganesh A. Hegde, Assistant Adviser
Emailid: ganesh179@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005131 Res : 080-23584637
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Dr. Sujatha .P. Shanbagh, Assistant Adviser
Emailid: shanbhagsujata@hotmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005127
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Mrs. Cynthia D'Mello
Designation: Finance Officer & Administrative Officer (I/C)
Emailid: cynthia_dmello@live.com
Telephone: 080-23005137
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Mr. V. Lakshman, Facilitation cum Liaison officer
Emailid: v_laxy@rediffmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005222
Name: Mr. Kiran. R. Jere, Statistician
Emailid: kiranjere@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005132
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Mr. Wahidul Hasan, Communication cum Publication Officer
Emailid: whasankhan@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005132
Name: Mr. D.S. Srikanth, Academic Professional
Emailid: dss.qms@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005125
Name: Mr. V. Uma Shankar, Academic Professional
Emailid: shankaruma1@sify.com
Telephone: 080-23005130
Name: Mrs. Mangala, P.A. to Director
Emailid: mangala_m@hotmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005112
Name:Mr. Arun. M., Professional Assistant
Emailid: arunnaac@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005147
Name: Mrs. C. Maya, Professional Assistant
Emailid: c.maya@naac.gov.in
Telephone: 080-23005136
Name: Mrs. Geetha Pujar, Receptionist
Emailid: sangeethapujar@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005100
Name: Mr.N. Umashankar, Semi Professional Assistant
Emailid: shankar811@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005114
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Mr. R. S. Sridhar, Semi Professional Assistant
Emailid: sriraj23@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005145
Name: Mrs. Suma, Junior Semi Professional Assistant
Emailid: sumasubha_60@rediffmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005139
------------------------------------------------------------Name: Mr. Ravi, Junior Semi Professional Assistant
Emailid: ravinaac@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005126
Name: Mr. S.M. Rao, Driver
Telephone: 080-23005145
Name: Mr. B. Srinivas, Driver
Telephone: 080-23005146
Name: Mr. Hari. P, Attender
Emailid: haripnaac@rediffmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005115
Name: Mr. Sathish P.K., Attender
Emailid: sathish.pk1@gmail.com
Telephone: 080-23005146


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Call to preserve regional identity amidst globalisation

GUWAHATI, May 20 – The internal quality assurance cell (IQAC) of Darrang College organised a two-day national seminar on, Highers education, globalisation and autonomous colleges sponsored by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) starting May 9, a press release said.

The inaugural ceremony was presided over by Dr L Goswami, president governing body of Darrang College. Professor J Hazarika, principal of Darrang College delivered the welcome address to the gathering. Professor KM Pathak, former vice-chancellor of Tezpur Central University formally inaugurated the national seminar. Professor K Sudha Rao, former Vice Chancellor of KOSU, Mysore and presently Professor of National University for Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), New Delhi delivered the keynote address. Professor Hiren Gohain, former HoD of English, GauhatiUniversity delivered his speech as guest of honour.

Altogether, 22 papers were presented in four different technical sessions. The first technical session was chaired by professor Hiren Gohain. Dr AK Dutta, Reader of Political Science of GauhatiUniversity presented the first paper followed by BR Powdel, Dr AK Sharma, retired principal, Dr DK Sharma of Darrang College and Professor RM Deka of Rangapara College. Professor Gohain concluded the session with the comment of resisting ourselves from the hegemonistic pressure and adjusting with the global changes.

The second technical session was conducted by Professor Bhabesh Goswami, Department of Chemistry and coordinator of IQAC, Gauhati University. Dr PM Sharma of Tezpur Central University, Professor PJ Das and Prabhat Singh, Professor M Padmapatti and Professor M Raj, Professor SK Kar, Professor KK Jha and Manas Pratim Borah of Darrang College presented their respective paper. The session had thought provoking debate on merit and demerits of granting autonomy to the colleges. Professor Goswami observed from the chair that globalisation cannot be avoided altogether, but one has to find means and ways of preserving socio-cultural as well as regional identity.

The third technical session was also presided over by Professor Bhabesh Goswami, Dr SC Bhattacharyya, retired vice principal of Darrang College, Dr Alok Kumar Burahgohain, Registrar Tezpur CentralUniversity . Professor Rajeev Sharma, JB College, Jorhat and Dr SN Borthakur and S Hazarika of Darrang College presented papers in the session. Professor Bhabesh Goswami concluded the session by summing up that with improving our present status by hard work our colleges will be near to autonomy.

The fourth technical session started with a plenary lecture by the chairperson of the session Professor Rajeev Handique, academic registrar of DibrugarhUniversity. Dr B Saharia Controller of examination, Professor Biren Das, deputy registrar and Professor Rajeev Doley, deputy director, Training and Placement of Tezpur Central University, Professor Nurul Amin, JB College, Professor J Chutia and Rajan Sharma of Darrang College and Professor Satyendra Kumar Chowdhury, Cotton College presented three papers at this session. Professor Rajeev Handique also chaired the rapporteur session. The rapporteurs, namely Professor Swapanali Kakaty, Professor A Baruah, Professor A Bhattarai, Professor B Sarmah, Professor R Sharma, Professor H Morang, Professor D Sharma and Professor M Tula presented their reports in the house to draw the attention of the panelist about the key issues that were raised through the presentation.

Dr Handique commented on reports addressing the issue of autonomy and globalisation. He further added with Professor Hiren Gohain that autonomy can only be a solution to the present decaying education system in the State as affiliating system leads to dependency, which causes enslaved condition where minds are not free to create thinking individuals. He said that teachers ought to come forward to make the institutions academically autonomous, but not in the financial aspects as this will help to design courses and curriculum according to the need of the time. Professor Handique also added that keeping in view the pitfalls of globalisation, one ought to foresee the good opportunities of it. Professor RM Deka and Professor Bijay Sharma, principal, JB College had a doubt on post autonomy conditions.

A short valedictory session was chaired by Professor Bijay Sharma, principal JB College and the certificate of participation was distributed among the participants. The participants also delivered their views at the session.

The open session was chaired by Professor KM Pathak, Professor AJ Chowdhury. Vice Chancellor of Gauhati University was present as chief guest. He addressed the session on the issue of granting autonomy to affiliated colleges. Professor Satyendra Kumar Chowdhury addressed the session as guest of honour. Professor Rajeev Handique, Professor Bhabesh Goswami and Professor Bijay Sharma also were present. The principal of Darrang College coordinated the session in augmenting the views and opinions of the august gathering. J Chutia, organising secretary, seminar organising committee offered the vote of thanks to the dignitaries and participants of the seminar.

A resolution was subsequently adopted considering the debate as addressed by the participants during the seminar, taking into consideration the threat perception as well as the perceptions of the new possibilities. The deliberations converged at the consensus view that there are obvious benefits and advantages inherent in the concept of autonomy for the institutions of higher education and there is definitely scope for enhancement of the quality of higher education in the State. The need of the time is to develop appropriate strategies to translate the concept of college autonomy into practice.

15 colleges in Bihar fail to renew NAAC accreditation

Fifteen Bihar colleges lost their accreditation as they failed to renew it before the expiry of its five-year validity, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) said on Wednesday. Only two colleges - Patna Womens College and St Xaviers College of Education - managed to renew their accreditation. Both the colleges were awarded A grade status. The state now has just 21 accredited institutions.

The colleges were accredited by the NAAC, which assesses and accredits institutions of higher education in India, on or before May 25, 2005.The NAAC has warned institutions flaunting old accreditation and misleading students of stringent action.

Institutions are advised not to use the status of accreditation after the validity period has lapsed. This amounts to misleading the stakeholders in general and in particular the students and the public, it said.Of the 15 institutes that have lost their accreditation, 12 are from the Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU). However, the university still has the highest number of accredited institutions in the state at 14.

Bihar has around 290 colleges recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC), but very few are accredited.
The BN Mandal University and the JP University have just one accredited college each, while the Patna University and the TM Bhagalpur University have two each; Magadh University has three. Among the new accreditations, AN College and the Gaya College were granted A grade status.

The state has a quota of 18 colleges that can be awarded the UGCs Potential for Excellence tag, but only four have it. Under the scheme, an institute gets Rs. 1 crore for development work.

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