Aligarh: Aligarh Muslim University decided to file a complaint to review its rating after the announcement of the assessment and accreditation (A&A) result by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) ).
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) was ranked ‘A’ with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.24 in the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) exam which passed. held the last week of November.
The decision to file a complaint was taken on the recommendation of the committee formed by the Vice-Chancellor to analyze the score assigned by the NAAC. The committee analyzed the assessment results document published by the NAAC regarding AMU and concluded that there are areas where the matrix rating has impacted the score and needs to be revised.
“There are certain parameters in which the evaluation was not made and in certain points the scoring does not correspond to the actual data provided and therefore we will file an appeal on the points scored and the corresponding scores awarded, this has was recommended by the committee which includes faculty members of the University, ”said Vice-Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Tariq Mansoor said: “There are grievances about certain criteria that need to be addressed. In order to provide a review mechanism to institutions that are aggrieved by the process or its outcome or any other issue related to it, the NAAC has notified the Grievance Guidelines. The University will appeal after following the prescribed procedure.
The committee included Professor Mohammad Naved, leader ranking committee,
Teacher. Pervez Mustajab, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Prof. lkram Khan, Chairman, Department of Electronic Engineering, Prof. Prof. Asad Ullah Khan, Director, IQAC and Prof. Rizwan Khan, Former Director, IQAC.