“I strongly believe that all the universities in Haryana should go for NAAC recognition. In the process of preparing for recognition, universities will learn about their strengths and weaknesses. It introspects them and corrects their weaknesses, “Dattatraya said after releasing a report titled ‘Quality Information Sheet and Recommendations for Government of Haryana and Aided Higher Education Institutions’ here at Raj Bhavan. The report was prepared by NAAC.
Asking NAAC to conduct more hand-holding activities for higher education institutions in Haryana so that they can achieve a quality mandate consistent with the National Education Policy-2020, Mr. Dattatraya said: “I hope Haryana is a leading state as far as education is concerned. Will be The state has leapfrogged towards modernity. ”
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He said that the recommendations made in the report of higher education institutions, state government and other stakeholders were highly appropriate and would help in raising the standard of higher education institutions in Haryana. “Some of the recommendations made in the book in the context of the National Policy on Education-2020 will give a lot of opportunity to improve the quality of government institutions,” he said.
“We need to build an ecosystem on campus to ensure that students are equipped efficiently. Our higher education must be consistent with market demand and emerging job trends. Focus will train our students to be job providers. One has to make a difference through entrepreneurship and incubation centers. The run-of-the-mill approach will not work. We need to think outside the box and translate our thinking into action, “he said.
Reiterating that education is the first killer of poverty, Dattatraya said: “We must ensure that our students get quality education. We will all agree on the fact that our commitment to achieve the goal of ‘One India, Greater India’ will only be realized if students from socially disadvantaged groups are financially and educationally supported. ”
Principal Secretary, Higher Education, Haryana, Anand Mohan Saran, IAS, said that the pace of recognition of higher education institutions in the state would be further accelerated. “Efforts are being made to ensure that Haryana’s higher education institutions become role models in every field,” Mohan said.
Shyam Sundar, Senior Advisor, NAAC, sheds light on how accreditation helps higher education institutions and so each of them should opt for evaluation and accreditation. The function was attended by senior officials of NAAC and the Department of Higher Education, Haryana and other eminent persons.
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