ANU Geared Up for NAAC Evaluation GUNTUR: Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) is all set to present itself to the next cycle of NAAC accreditation.
ANU Geared Up for NAAC Evaluation- Acharya Nagarjuna University @ Guntur
The NAAC team will visit the campus to evaluate the facilities in the campus. The university is enthusiastically waiting for the new accreditation with the slew of
changes it has been brought On the campus over last five years in teaching, research and consultancy services.
Earlier, the ANU has received Times Higher Education Ranking with a place between 800-850 and recently it was placed in 200-250 ranks category by BRICS Nations, with the increase in the number of high index publications, patents, large number of projects, MOUs and con Sultancies which are benchmarks for any higher education institution. ANU is now geared up itself to be evaluated by NAAC, the mandatory evaluation every institution has to undergo in a cyclical manner.
ANU Geared Up for NAAC Evaluation
A NAAC grade would help ANU in getting funds from various funding agencies, will enhance job opportunities to students, scholars. ANU has six colleges, more than 44 departments and 356 affiliated colleges spread in the two districts of Guntur and Prakasam.
The Centre for Distance Education of the ANU is offering courses to more than 12000 students.
Note: Earlier, the ANU has received Times Higher Education Ranking with a place between 800-850 and recently it was placed in 200-250 ranks category by BRICS Nations, with the increase in the number of high index publications, patents, projects and MOUs
FARMERS STAGE STROVER WTHDRAWAL
RAJAHMUNDRY: Several farmers staged stir and demanded the Indian Bank authorities to allow them withdraw Rs 24,000 per week as per RBI norms and set up a separate counter for the farmers at Poduru in West Godavari On Tuesday.
Farmers who were fed up with the bank authorities as they were not allowed to withdraw even the permitted weekly quota of Rs 24,000 staged stir holding the green colour flags bearing the symbol of a farmer holding a plough on his shoulder and found fault with the bank authorities for imposing restrictions on withdrawal of amount stating that non-availability of cash was causing hardships to them to take up farm works.