ASSAM: Dibrugarh University demoted to ‘B++’ Grade by NAAC.

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Jankranti News (Dibrugarh) : Dibrugarh University which is a prominent educational institution in Assam, has recently faced a notable downgrade in its accreditation grade. Dibrugarh University’s National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) grade has reportedly fallen from an ‘A’ Grade to ‘B++’ Grade in the recent assessment done by the NAAC team. This has sparked a debate over the potential reasons behind this downgrade, with speculations about involvement of politics being a contributing factor.
NAAC grades are crucial for the quality of education and infrastructure provided by educational institutions in India. The NAAC Grades influence the perception of the university’s standards among the students, faculties and the academic community. Despite making considerable improvements in various areas since the last assessment done by NAAC in 2017, the Dibrugarh University failed to meet the revised criteria of NAAC this year. 
This downgrade is likely to impact Dibrugarh University’s reputation and its ability to attract new students, and also its funding and support from the government bodies. It has also raised concerns among the current students of the University and alumni about the value of their degrees and the university’s standing in the academic world.
Prof Kalyan Bhuyan, Director of IQAC of Dibrugarh University said that the latest benchmark set by the NAAC was of high standard and there are multiple internal lacunas too in the University which needs to be addressed. 
A seven member NAAC team had visited Dibrugarh University for the assessment and the team was led by Prof Sanjay Singh, the Vice Chancellor of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow. 
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