The University of Kerala has received the highest NAAC grade, A++, with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.67. Kerala’s chief minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, described the accomplishment as an inspiration for other colleges and educational institutions in the state.
According to Vijayan, the university’s recognition marked a significant advancement for Kerala’s educational community. “This is the first time a university in the state has received this recognition. This achievement is a result of the schemes implemented by the state government for the growth of the higher education sector. This should inspire other universities and institutions of higher learning to move forward with excellence,” wrote Vijayan in a Facebook post.
The University of Kerala received an A ++ with 3.67 grade points during NAAC accreditation, according to a Facebook post by Higher Education Minister R Bindu. “The University of Kerala has secured the best grade at the all India level. We heartily salute the University of Kerala community for making Kerala a national leader in the education sector by actively participating in the efforts to improve quality,” she added.
Higher Education Institutions in India are evaluated and accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It is an independent organisation supported by the University Grants Commission of the Indian government.