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Nagaland varsity improves in national ranking

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DIMAPUR, Sept 10 - Nagaland University has been placed in 12th position in research and innovation category amongst the 40 Central universities in the country. The university had also improved in the National Institutional Ranking Framework 2018 (Assessment Year: 2017), conducted by Ministry of Human Resource Development, having secured 95th position. It bagged 227th position in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (Assessment Year: 2015).

This was disclosed by Nagaland University vice chancellor Prof Pardeshi Lal while presenting a brief overview of the institution�s performance during the university�s 24th foundation day at its Lumami campus in Kohima on Thursday, a release issued by the university authority said on Friday.

The National Institutional Ranking Framework is a methodology adopted by Ministry of Human Resource Development to rank institutions of higher education in India.

Prof Lal said apart from teaching, research and innovation, the Nagaland University was at the forefront in implementing the flagship programmes of the Centre such as Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat, Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, Digital India, Swachch Bharat, etc.

He also informed that the university has signed a tri-partite MoU with the University Grants Commission and the HRD Ministry for measuring its performance on selected key parameters against the targets set so as to incentivise the improvement in performance.

Prof Lal also spoke on the HRD Ministry�s �17-by-17 Action Plan� being taken up by the university as well as on Higher Education Financing Agency which would now provide loans to the university for capital expenditure.

While dwelling on the current status of the university, Prof Lal said there are currently 41 departments spread across three permanent campuses and a temporary one, with over 3,000 students and 66 affiliated colleges under it.

Nagaland Minister for Higher and Technical Education Temjen Imna Along, who was present on the occasion, said it was a privilege to have a Central University created by an act of Parliament in the State.

A debate on the topic �Can we wipe out corruption and bribery from our country?� was also conducted to mark the occasion.

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Nagaland varsity improves in national ranking

DIMAPUR, Sept 10 - Nagaland University has been placed in 12th position in research and innovation category amongst the 40 Central universities in the country. The university had also improved in the National Institutional Ranking Framework 2018 (Assessment Year: 2017), conducted by Ministry of Human Resource Development, having secured 95th position. It bagged 227th position in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (Assessment Year: 2015).

This was disclosed by Nagaland University vice chancellor Prof Pardeshi Lal while presenting a brief overview of the institution�s performance during the university�s 24th foundation day at its Lumami campus in Kohima on Thursday, a release issued by the university authority said on Friday.

The National Institutional Ranking Framework is a methodology adopted by Ministry of Human Resource Development to rank institutions of higher education in India.

Prof Lal said apart from teaching, research and innovation, the Nagaland University was at the forefront in implementing the flagship programmes of the Centre such as Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat, Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, Digital India, Swachch Bharat, etc.

He also informed that the university has signed a tri-partite MoU with the University Grants Commission and the HRD Ministry for measuring its performance on selected key parameters against the targets set so as to incentivise the improvement in performance.

Prof Lal also spoke on the HRD Ministry�s �17-by-17 Action Plan� being taken up by the university as well as on Higher Education Financing Agency which would now provide loans to the university for capital expenditure.

While dwelling on the current status of the university, Prof Lal said there are currently 41 departments spread across three permanent campuses and a temporary one, with over 3,000 students and 66 affiliated colleges under it.

Nagaland Minister for Higher and Technical Education Temjen Imna Along, who was present on the occasion, said it was a privilege to have a Central University created by an act of Parliament in the State.

A debate on the topic �Can we wipe out corruption and bribery from our country?� was also conducted to mark the occasion.

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