Total of 690 colleges, 34,000 schools working without NAAC license: Education ministry

New Public Schooling Strategy imagines all higher instructive foundations to achieve most significant level of authorization over next 15 years.

New Delhi, February 13 – Somewhere around 695 colleges and more than 34,000 schools the nation over are working without authorization from the Public Appraisal and Certification Committee (NAAC), Parliament was educated on Monday. The information was shared by Association Priest of State for Schooling Subhas Sarkar because of a composed inquiry in Lok Sabha.

“According to data got from the UGC, out of the 1,113 colleges and 43,796 schools, NAAC has authorize 418 colleges and 9,062 universities,” he said. “To bring every one of the instructive organizations, colleges and schools under the certification framework, NAAC has significantly decreased the charge structure for evaluation and authorization. The measurements and inquiries in the manual for self-concentrate on report for partnered and constituent universities have likewise been extensively diminished,” Sarkar added.

The quantity of schools working without NAAC license is 34,734, he said. The new Public Schooling Strategy (NEP) imagines all higher instructive establishments to point, through their institutional advancement plans, to achieve the most elevated level of authorization over the course of the following 15 years. The certification of colleges and schools is finished by the NAAC, a Bury College Focus of the College Awards Commission (UGC).

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