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Tezpur varsity accredited �A� grade

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TEZPUR, July 13 - Tezpur University has been accredited �A� grade with CGPA 3.25 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) at the end a week-long assessment exercise conducted from May 16 to 19 last.

The 10-member NAAC team was led by Professor Anil K Bhatnagar, former vice-chancellor of Pondicherry University and currently the CSIR-Chair Professor, School of Physics, University of Hyderabad.

The result of the assessment was cleared in the 16th meeting of the Standing Committee of NAAC held on July 11 which will valid for next five years. According to sources, the university was assessed and evaluated on teaching and co-curricular activities, research work and extension and infrastructure facilities by the NAAC peer team. They held a series of meetings with the vice-chancellor, heads of the departments, deans and other members of the university.

The peer team visited all departments, centres and cells; and examined the activities, facilities and interacted with the faculties, non-teaching staff and students. They also examined the records maintained by the university.

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Tezpur varsity accredited �A� grade

TEZPUR, July 13 - Tezpur University has been accredited �A� grade with CGPA 3.25 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) at the end a week-long assessment exercise conducted from May 16 to 19 last.

The 10-member NAAC team was led by Professor Anil K Bhatnagar, former vice-chancellor of Pondicherry University and currently the CSIR-Chair Professor, School of Physics, University of Hyderabad.

The result of the assessment was cleared in the 16th meeting of the Standing Committee of NAAC held on July 11 which will valid for next five years. According to sources, the university was assessed and evaluated on teaching and co-curricular activities, research work and extension and infrastructure facilities by the NAAC peer team. They held a series of meetings with the vice-chancellor, heads of the departments, deans and other members of the university.

The peer team visited all departments, centres and cells; and examined the activities, facilities and interacted with the faculties, non-teaching staff and students. They also examined the records maintained by the university.

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