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Title: Awareness of NBA Accreditation


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Presentation on
  • Awareness about NBA Accreditation

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What is NBA
  • NBA Stands for National Board of Accreditation
  • NBA is Totally Independent Body which
  • Accreditates programme from Diploma level to
    Post Graduate level in Engineering and
    Technology, Management, Architecture, Pharmacy,
  • Hospitality and Mass Communication

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How was the NBA Constituted?
  • National Board of Accreditation (NBA) was
    constituted by the All India Council for
    Technical Education (AICTE), as an Autonomous
    Body, under Section 10(u) of the AICTE Act,1987

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Why was the NBA constituted ?
  • To periodically conduct evaluation of Technical
    Institutions or Programmes on the basis of
    Guidelines, Norms and Standards specified by it
    and to it, by AICTE or the council, or the
    commission, regarding
  • recognition and de-recognition
  • of the institution or programme.

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What is Accreditation ?
  • Recognition and Guarantee of Minimum Quality

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What does Accreditation mean ?
  • Formal recognition of the quality of an
    educational program /Institution by an external-
    independent agency on the basis of impartial
    assessment on the basis of well defined criteria

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Why Accreditation for institutes ?
  • If your programmes are accredited by NBA, you
    will !
  • Be able to identify your programmes with
    excellence in technical education.
  • Be assured of conformity to good practices and
    benchmarks of global requirements.
  • Be able to rate your programmes on a national
    platform to attract better student intake.
  • Be able to appraise yourself vis-à-vis
    performance.
  • Be a satisfied vendor of human capital to
    world-class employers and other stakeholders.

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NBAGoal 1
  • To develop a Quality Conscious system of
    Technical Education where
  • Excellence
  • relevance to market needs and
  • participation by all stake holders
  • are prime and major determinants.

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NBAGoal 2
  • NBA is dedicated to building a technical
    education system that will match the national
    goals of growth by
  • competence
  • contributions to economy through competitiveness
    and
  • compatibility to societal development.

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NBAGoal 3
  • NBA will provide
  • Quality bench marks targeted at
  • Global and National Stockpile of
  • human capital
  • in all fields of technical education.

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What does Accreditation signify?
  • For the Parents and Students
  • it signifies that their child goes through a
    teaching-learning environment as per accepted
    good practices, and that the student has entered
    an institution, which has the essential features
    of Quality Professional Education.
  • For the alumni
  • it signifies attachment through the pride of
    passing out of an institution with high
    credentials.

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What does Accreditation Signify ?
  • For the employers.
  • It signifies that the institutional
    performance is based assessment through a
    competent body of Quality assessors, with of
    strengths Weaknesses emanating as a feedback
    for policy-making.
  • For the Institution
  • it signifies its strengths, weaknesses and
    opportunity for future growth.

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What does Accreditation Signify?
  • For the industry infrastructure Sectors
  • it signifies, identification of quality of
    institutional capabilities and skills and
    knowledge.
  • For the Country
  • it signifies confidence in the suitability
    for sustaining stockpiles of market sensitive
    human capital and a pragmatic national
    development perspective.

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What is the Difference?
  • between
  • AICTE Approval
  • and
  • NBA Accreditation

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Approval of AICTE for new institutions or for
starting new programmes is based on
  • Credibility of institutional Management and the
    programme providers.
  • Assurance of compliance to AICTE Norms and
    Standards
  • Prior approval by the state Government and
    university or other competent authority.
  • Market sensitivity of programme outputs, to avoid
    imbalance in supply of qualified manpower.

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Accreditation of the institutional programmes by
NBA is based on..
  • Demonstrated capability of the institution and
    programme to adhere to the qualitative criteria
  • Assessment by peer groups of NBA experts through
    a visit to the institution
  • Availability of potential for sustaining and
    improving upon the assessment criteria
  • Recognition by all stake holders viz. end-users,
    institutional products and the community at
    large.

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What are the Accreditation Criteria ?
  • Visiting NBA Team assesses
  • Diploma, Under-graduates
  • and Post-graduates Programmes
  • based on approved criteria and weightages
  • assigned thereof uniformly for all institutional
    programmes

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For Diploma Programs
  • Vision, Mission PEO
    075
  • Programme outcome 200
  • Programme Curriculum 100
  • Students Performance
    100
  • Faculty contribution
    100
  • Facilities Technical support 100
  • Academic support units
  • Teaching Learning Processes 150
  • Governance, Institutional Support
  • Financial Resources
    100
  • Continuous Improvement 075
  • Total 1000

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For all Programmes
  • The visiting Team assesses parameters, not
    obvious from quantitative data supplied
  • Academic Ambience and institutional morale
  • Level Relevance of facilities and student work
  • Capacity of staff, their knowledge/practices
  • Assessment of student work in theory, practical,
    design /project work
  • Comprehension by management, staff and students
    of the issues, problems vide the goals.

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What is the NBAs Quality Grading ?
  • Accredited Programme for 5 Years
  • when cumulative score is above 750
  • signifies that programme meets and in most cases
    exceeds the criteria.
  • Accredited Programme for 2 Years
  • when cumulative score is between 600 and 749
  • Signifies that programme meets the minimum
    criteria with marginal deficiencies which can be
    rectified in a short time.

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What is the NBAs Quality Grading ?
  • Not Accredited
  • when cumulative score is below 650
  • Signifies that programme is not accredited in
    view of the seriousness of deficiencies.

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Composition of the visiting Accreditation Team
  • The visiting Accreditation Team consists of a
    chairperson and two programme experts, one of
    them being from industry or end-user
    organisation, all of them selected on the basis
    of their high standing in the profession.
  • The team for the above is selected from states
    other than the state in which the institution is
    located. Experts themselves withdraw from the
    accreditation exercise if they are involved with
    the institution in other capacities such as
    Advisor, Consultant, Research guides ..

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How is the Assessment Done ?
  • The chairperson and the programme experts in
    consultation with the institution, agree to
    details of the visit based on NBA guidelines.
  • The team carries out physical verification of
    infrastructure facilities, records, interviews
    faculty, staff, students , alumni and industry.

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What is not the purpose of Accreditation ?
  • Not to find faults with the institution but to
    assess the status-ante of the performance.
  • Not to denigrate the working style of the
    institution and its programmes but to provide a
    feedback on their strength and weaknesses.

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What is not the purpose of Accreditation ?
  • Not to demarcate the boundaries of quality but to
    offer a sensitising process for continuous
    improvement in quality provisions
  • Not to select only institutions of national
    excellence but to provide benchmarks of
    excellence and identification of good practices.

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What happens if there is no Accreditation ?
  • It is to ensure that the institution, indeed has
    / likely to have in near future, the necessary
    resources for qualitative technical education.
  • It is to ensure that the Institutional products
    meet industry requirements but are acceptable
    human resources in the global job market sector.

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What happens if there is no Accreditation ?
  • It is not possible to sustain the present
    institutional growth rate and ensure maintenance
    of credible programmes.
  • It is not possible to correct existing imbalances
    in generation of quality technical manpower.

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What happens if there is no Accreditation ?
  • Accreditation of a course by the NBA or a college
    or University by the NAAC does not merely assure
    a better standard of delivery of Education but
    has serious ramifications in areas like Foreign
    Higher Education, Placements in Multi Nationals
    etc. 
  •  
  •          Under the GATS ( General Agreement on
    Trade and Services) Higher Education is a
    tradable "commodity " with countries "exporting"
    or "importing " education.    When the GATS
    regime crystallises courses accredited by the
    accrediting body of a country shall alone carry
    credibility and recognition in other countries.
  •      

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What happens if there is no Accreditation ?
  • The National Board of Accreditation has proposed
    India's membership to the Washington Accord.It is
    likely to fructify within a short time. This will
    have major ramifications on all the students who
    aspire to  post graduate ( M.S.) from American
    Universites (or Universities in other signatory
    countries for that matter) 
  •          When India becomes a signatory to the
    Accord an Indian student of a non-accredited
    Engineering course may not be able to pursue
    his/her post graduation( the popular M. S. ) in
    the United States or other member countries.

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  • THE
  • PROCESS OF
  • ACCREDITATION ?

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1 Institution Obtains publications Manuals
Forms
3 NBA Secretariat Scrutinises application and
authorises visit
2 Institution conducts a self-study and submits
particulars SAR in two parts
4 NBA Secretariat constitutes visit Team and
details of visit
6 Sectorial committee of NBA reviews
recommendations
5 Accreditation team visits Institution and
makes recommendations
9 Results are notified in Directory of
Accredited Programmes
7 Results submitted to Executive Council of NBA
8 Executive Council of NBA approves the
results and authorises notification
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Who can apply for Accreditation by NBA ?
  • You can!
  • If your institution and the programmes are
    approved by the AICTE
  • and
  • if at least two batches of students have passed
    out of the programme

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Which programmes come under Accreditation by NBA ?
  • All diploma, degree and post graduate Programmes
    in following disciplines are covered under NBA
    Accreditation !
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Management
  • Architecture
  • Pharmacy
  • Hotel Management and Catering Technology
  • Town and Country Planning
  • Applied Arts and Crafts

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Let us all take the Quality pledge Today
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I WILL FROM TODAY SAY WHAT I DO ! I WILL FROM
TODAY DO WHAT I SAY !! I WILL FROM
TODAY DEMONSTRATE MY CAPABILITY TO DO WHAT I SAY
!!!
Should we take a pledge ?
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We are there because the students are there
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Polytechnic, Raigad
  • Thank You

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Should we now go ahead andjoin handsto get
the highest possible NBA Accreditation
Certificationfor our Institution
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Accreditation is a Journey.Not a Destination
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