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 (I)  Name/ List of Programmes/ Courses Accredited      List of NBA accredited programmes/ courses may be shown with Accreditation letters/ duration of accreditation (3 year/ 6year).
  S.No. Name of the Program Accreditation status and upto
1. UG-Industrial & Production Engg Academic Year 2021-2022 to 2023-2024, i.e upto 30/06/2024
2. PG-CAD/CAM Academic Year 2021-2022 to 2023-2024, i.e upto 30/06/2024
3. PG-Power Electronics Academic Year 2021-2022 to 2023-2024, i.e upto 30/06/2024
4. PG-Electronics & Telecommunication Academic Year 2021-2022 to 2023-2024, i.e upto 30/06/2024
5. UG-Electrical Engg. Academic Year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18, i.e., upto 30-06-2018; Further Accredited for 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21, i.e., upto 30/06/2021, Further granted extension upto 30-06-2022
6. UG-Electronics & Instrumentation Engg. Academic Year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18, i.e., upto 30-06-2018; Further Accredited for 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21, i.e., upto 30/06/2021, Further granted extension upto 30-06-2022 
7. UG-Mechanical Engg. Academic Year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18, i.e., upto 30-06-2018; Further Accredited for 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21, i.e., upto 30/06/2021, Further granted extension upto 30-06-2022 
8. UG-Electronics And Telecommunication Engineering Academic Year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18, i.e., upto 30-06-2018; Further Accredited for 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21, i.e.,upto 30/06/2021, Further granted extension upto 30-06-2022 
(II) Applied for Accreditation  
      A. Applied but Visit not happened UG- Electrical Engg.
UG- Electronics & Instrumentation Engg.
UG- Mechanical Engg.
UG- Electronics And Telecommunication Engineering
UG- Information Technology
   B. Visit happened but result awaited  PG- Micro Electronics and VLSI Design
(III) List of Programmes/ Courses Not Applied 
     1.    UG- Biomedical Engineering
2.    UG- Computer Engineering
3.    UG- Civil Engineering

1. Letter from NBA Regarding the Status of Accreditation dated 18/02/2022 <View>

2. Letter from NBA Regarding the Status of Accreditation dated 02/12/2021 <View>

3. Letter from NBA Regarding the Status of Latest Accreditation dated 24/07/2018   <View>

4. Letter from NBA Regarding the Status of Accreditation dated 09/07/2021   <
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5. Engineering Tier I WA (Under Graduate) Accredited Programs    <View>


About Accreditation

What is accreditation?

Accreditation is a process of quality assurance and improvement, whereby a programme in an approved Institution is critically appraised to verify that the Institution or the programme continues to meet and/or exceed the Norms and Standards prescribed by regulator from time to time. It is a kind of recognition which indicates that a programme or Institution fulfills certain standards.

Why accreditation?

The purpose of the accreditation by NBA is to promote and recognize excellence in technical education in colleges and universities - at both the undergraduate and post graduate levels. Institutions, students, employers, and the public at large all benefit from the external verification of quality provided through the NBA accreditation process. They also benefit from the process of continuous quality improvement that is encouraged by the NBA's developmental approach to promote excellence in technical education. Through accreditation, the following main purposes are served:

  • Support and advice to technical institutions in the maintenance and enhancement of their quality of provision;

  • confidence and assurance on quality to various stakeholders including students;

  • assurance of the good standing of an Institution to government departments and other interested bodies;

  • enabling an Institution to state publicly that it has voluntarily accepted independent inspection and has satisfied all the requirements for satisfactory operation and maintenance of quality in education.


Impact of accreditation

The purpose and impact of accreditation goes far beyond quality assurance of an Institution and its programs. Major impacts of accreditation system are summarized below:

  • Encourages quality improvement initiatives by Institutions.

  • Improves student enrollment both in terms of quality and quantity.

  • Helps the Institution in securing necessary funds.

  • Enhances employability of graduates.

  • Facilitates transnational recognition of degrees and mobility of graduates and professionals.

  • Motivates faculty to participate actively in academic and related Institutional / departmental activities.

  • Helps create sound and challenging academic environment in the Institution, andContributes to social and economic development of the country by producing high quality technical manpower


Benefits and Significance of Accreditation

Accreditation is a tool that stakeholders use to monitor, assess and evaluate the standards and quality of the education a student receives at a college, university or other institution of higher learning. Some of the major benefits enrolled students receive by attending an accredited institution / program are as follows:

  • Accredited institution / program offers the highest quality education available;

  • Accredited institution / program strengthens consumer's confidence, employers value degrees of an accredited program the most;

  • Accreditation helps institutions to know their strengths, weaknesses and opportunities, pushes them to continuously improve their programs and give them a new sense of direction, identity and targets; and

  • Accredited institution / progam demonstrates accountability to the public, commitment to excellence and continuous quality improvement.


Washington Accord (Engineering Programs)

Mission, Goals, and Achievements: The Washington Accord set the criteria, policies and procedures for accrediting engineering academic programs. Its signatories agreed to accept each other's accreditation decisions and to publish statements certifying their intent to do so. Thus, the signatories agreed to recognize the "substantial equivalence" of their respective programs in terms of meeting academic requirements for engineering programs. The signatories pledged to exchange information exchange and conduct mutual monitoring, to observe each other's accreditation visits, and to encourage best practices. The Washington Accord provides for admission of new members and a biennial general meeting. Thus, this accord promotes the effective mutual recognition of accredited Engineering Degree courses in each of the signatory countries. Australia and United States continued to be Chairman and Secretariat of the Accord.

References:

1. https://accreditation.org/accreditation-processes/accords/washington-accord

2. https://www.ieagreements.org/accords/washington

3. https://www.nbaind.org/Accreditation

 
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