The Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy has become the first institute in the State to receive accreditation from the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for its B. Pharmacy programme. NBA is an autonomous body that periodically evaluates technical institutions and programmes according to specified norms and standards recommended by AICTE council.
President Sr.B.S.Jauhar explained, receiving this accreditation validates the college’s commitment to providing a high-quality, economical education that is accessible to the communities we serve. We are honored to receive accreditation from the National Board of Accreditation.”
NBA Accreditation is an extensive evaluation process that ensures colleges and universities are delivering high-quality education through their programs and services. Institutions that NBA accredits are evaluated against, a set of standards that institutions must meet to receive and, or maintain accredited status for the programmes.
The Evaluation Team visited the institution and, evaluated and validated the assessment of the college as per specified accreditation criteria; (i) Outcome of the education provided; (ii) Quality assurance processes; (iii) Assessment; (iv) Activities and work of the students; (v) Entry standards and selection for admission of students; (vi) Motivation and enthusiasm of faculty; (vii) Qualifications and activities of faculty members; (viii) Infrastructure facilities; (ix) Laboratory facilities; (x) Library facilities; (ix) Industry participation etc.
NBA also requires the college to do several activities, including conducting quality improvement projects each year and must document areas including; Student performance, Placement and Faculty contributions in term of innovations in teaching and learning.
The Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy has been providing excellent support and encouragement to all aspects of faculty improvement and student welfare. All the stakeholders of the institution would pursue an enlightened approach in promoting the all-round growth of the institution in the coming years, a release from the college said.