Indore’s DAVV becomes first university to get A-plus grade in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh

Indore. Devi Ahilya University has now become A Plus. NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) has awarded DAVV an A plus grade with 3.30 out of 4 marks. This grade has been awarded on the basis of the inspection of the Neck team from 21 to 23 November. Although 70 per cent marks were scored on the basis of SS (Self Study) report, 30 per cent marks were decided on the basis of inspection report. DAVV has become the first university in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to get A plus grade.
It received an A grade five years ago in 2014 with 3.09 points. Celebrating at both university campuses as soon as A plus grade information is received. Fireworks broke out and sweets were distributed. Chancellor in charge Prof. Ashok Sharma first attended the celebrations with the professors at the Taxila campus. Then in the afternoon also celebrating at Nalanda Campus.
In the DAVV visit, Nek’s team discussed the shortcomings and features of the university with Vice-Chancellor Professor Renu Jain and prominent officer-professors. The Vice Chancellor had told the team about what is going to happen in the university in the future. The team then submitted the report with all its observations, work, features and suggestions at all seven points during the inspection. Students and professors greeted each other on the afternoon of the university campus after receiving an A-plus grade.
Achievement due to 15 major changes
Devi Ahilya University has achieved this achievement due to 15 major changes and achievements in the last five years. The Vice Chancellor had said in the presentation before the team of NEC that we are constantly moving forward. As of 2014 the sap of three departments has now reached 7 departments. In 2014 DAVV had 165 courses in Teaching Departments. This number has now reached 215.
In the last five years, 8 new MBA courses have also started with important courses like BA and BSc Hons. Then the choice-based credit system limited to just two departments has now been implemented in all 29 departments. In five years, the number of students has increased from 8380 to 11 thousand 500. The average placement in all teaching departments has gone up from 54 to 71 per cent. 24 Massive Open online courses have been started. Research papers were published with 2 thousand of 212 professors. Of these, 80 per cent were in recognized generals.
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