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Accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade
Cycle 2 Accreditation Report
The Cycle-2 NAAC Re-accreditation of University of Kerala was held from 12-17 January 2015. The peer team was led by Prof. M.M. Salunkhe, Vice Chancellor, YawanthraoChavan Maharashtra Open University. Members were Prof. M.K. Durgaprasad, Former VC, Krishna University; Prof. Joseph Dorairaj A., Dean, Gandhigram Rural Institute; Dr. B.P. Sanjay, Professor, University of Hyderabad; Dr. Dwivedi A.K.D., Director, National Institute for Electronics & IT, Mumbai; Prof. K.V. Ramaswamy, Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai; Prof. Dinesha K.V., IIIT Bangalore; Prof. MehrajUd din, VC, Central University of Kashmir; Prof. Pachauri J.P., HNB Garhwal University, Uttaranchal and Dr. Sujata P Shanbhag (NAAC Coordinator). The whole University community actively took part in the re-accrediation process. The Vice Chancellor and Pro-Vice Chancellor led from the front, Dr. R. Jayaprakash, Member of Syndicate and Convener of NAAC Steering Committee and all other members of the Syndicate, IQAC Director Dr Simon Thattil and all members of the IQAC, Deans, Faculty members, administrative staff led by the Registrar, Student community led by their elected representatives and also alumni and all well-wishers worked like a well-oiled machinery culminating in award of ‘A’ grade with grade point of 3.03.