University of Kerala: Kerala University gets highest grading from NAAC, best institute with A++ grade

University of Kerala NAAC: Kerala University has secured the highest NAAC grading of A++ with 3.67 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). Higher Education Minister R Bindu gave this information on Tuesday. Bindu said that Kerala University has secured the best grades at the All India level. In a Facebook post, Bindu said that the University of Kerala NAAC Grading has secured A++ in NAAC accreditation with 3.67 grade marks.

R Bindu said, “Kerala University has secured the best grades at the All India level. We salute the University of Kerala for taking Kerala forward in the field of education by actively participating in the efforts to improve the quality of education. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) is an organization that assesses and accredits Higher Education Institutions in India. It is an autonomous body funded by the University Grants Commission of the Government of India.

A++ Best Grade System

CGPA grading system has been adopted under NAAC grading. Under this, the ranking of educational institutions is decided. It has a minimum grade of 1.5 and a maximum grade of 4. At the time when NAAC evaluates universities and colleges, it takes into account the facilities provided by them.

Based on this, they are given a grade. Kerala University has been given A++ grade. The institution to which A++ is given under NAAC. This means that the institute is very good at the level of education. At the same time, the institution to which D is given. This means that the standard of education there is very poor. Such institute is not recognized by NAAC.

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