By Ubair ul Hameed
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has assigned the letter grade of “A+” to Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU).
The University has secured 3.36 CGPA from 4 point scale in the third cycle of assessment.
Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan thanked the staff, teachers, and students on this monumental accomplishment and noted that “it is a gift for the Urdu University in its Silver Jubilee year.”
A milestone and historic achievement by our university under the able leadership of our Hon'ble Vice Chancellor @SyedAinulHasan3.
Grade A+ Awarded to MANUU by the NAAC Committee. We strive to get better with every assesment and achieve higher grounds.@EduMinOfIndia @ugc_india pic.twitter.com/5lmRUJInm9
— Maulana Azad National Urdu University (@officialmanuu) December 20, 2022
The NAAC Peer Team visited MANUU from December 13 to December 15 and examined the campus’s buildings and infrastructure while evaluating its performance and academic standing.
To acquire this grade, MANUU–the only university in the country that offers higher education in Urdu– had to pass several tests and evaluation processes.
The new grading spread a wave of joy among the students in the University.
All India Azad Students’ League, MANUU, congratulated the students of the university and said, “it’s a huge success of our towering Alma mater.”
تعلیم کا موسم ہے
تہذیب کی فصلیں ہیں،
ہم روشنی کرتے ہیں
سورج کی نسلیں ہیں،
اردو کی اُڑے خوشبو 🌸@AMUofficialPRO @jamiamillia_ @officialmanuu #MANUU #AMU #JMI #NAAC #A+ #OurUniversities #OurPride pic.twitter.com/LwWbFFZeIF
— Aatif Arsalan | عاطف ارسلان (@aatifcs) December 20, 2022
Azad National Students’ Association, MANUU, said that the A+ grade was a proof of the hard work of the university in “spreading education” in “it’s short journey of 25 years.”
Previously, MANUU received “A” rating from NAAC in two consecutive cycles in 2016 and 2009.
Thanks for including my tweet in this news bite.