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NAAC peer team visits Nagaland University

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By EMN Updated: Apr 04, 2024 10:30 pm
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Professor B Goswami along with other officials presenting the comprehensive report during the NAAC exit meeting at NU Lumami headquarters on Thursday.

DIMAPUR — A three-day peer team visit of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) to the Nagaland University at Lumami Headquarters in Zunheboto district concluded with an exit meeting held at the university auditorium on Thursday.

An update from the university stated that the successful completion of the visit highlighted the collaborative efforts of the university community in showcasing its excellence in higher education.

It stated that the director of IQAC, professor Dipak Sinha, extended a warm welcome to all the attendees and set the tone for the proceedings during the exit meeting, while the vice chancellor, Professor Jagadish Kumar Patnaik, expressed his elation and gratitude towards every member of Nagaland University for their exemplary dedication and hard work throughout the NAAC peer team visit.

It stated that the chairperson of NAAC peer team and former vice chancellor of Cotton University, professor B Goswami, delivered a stirring speech commending the officials and staff of Nagaland University for their hospitality and cooperation during the team’s visit.

Professor Goswami also conveyed optimism regarding the university’s prospects for receiving an outstanding grade, pending the evaluation by the executive committee of the NAAC.

The NU registrar, Dr. Abemo, provided insights into the post-visit procedures and anticipated the outcome of the NAAC evaluation, which would be determined during the upcoming meeting of the executive committee.

Dr. Latonglila Jamir, IQAC assistant director, chaired the programme.

It stated that professor Goswami, accompanied by other members of the NAAC peer team, presented the comprehensive report of their observations and assessments to the vice chancellor, Jagadish Kumar Patnaik, symbolising the culmination of the rigorous evaluation process.

Report further stated the exit programme served as a testament to the collective dedication and commitment of Nagaland University towards excellence in higher education and institutional development.

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By EMN Updated: Apr 04, 2024 10:30:39 pm
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