Divyansh|Dec 3, 2023
Acharya Bangalore B-School attains NAAC 'A' grade accreditation for 3rd consecutive cycle
ABBS achieved a CGPA of 3.6 in the curricular aspects category and a CGPA of 3.56 infrastructure and learning resources category.
NEW DELHI: Acharya Bangalore B-School (ABBS) has been accredited National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) 'A' grade for the third consecutive cycle.
ABBS achieved a CGPA of 3.6 in the curricular aspects category. In the domain of governance, leadership, and management, ABBS was awarded a CGPA of 3.25. The category of infrastructure and learning resources received a CGPA of 3.56. ABBS achieved a CGPA of 3.04 in research, innovations, and extension.
“A NAAC peer team conducted an extensive assessment during their visit to the campus, which took place from April 19 to April 20. They meticulously evaluated all departments, rigorously scrutinising the qualitative metrics detailed in the Self Study Report (SSR) previously submitted to NAAC by the Institution,” the institute said.
On receiving NAAC 'A' grade accreditation for the third time, Ajitesh Basani, executive director-administration said: “We remain dedicated to facilitating our students' pursuit of advanced knowledge and skills while fostering a sense of social responsibility. This recognition underscores the effectiveness of our academic planning, innovative practices, and commitment to producing graduates who are ready to make a positive impact."
“These remarkable NAAC accolades position ABBS as a shining example of excellence, drawing students not only from across the nation but also from international regions. As a forward-looking and progressive institution, ABBS maintains its unwavering dedication to delivering high-quality education, equipping students to create a positive influence on society,” the institute said.
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