Recognition And Accreditations!

Introduction : Definitions and Purposes of Accreditation in higher education is a collegial process based on self and peer assessment. Its purpose is the improvement of academic quality and public accountability. This continuing quality control process occurs usually every five to ten years. Accreditation is a term covering both the initial and ongoing approval of a College postsecondary institution, or program offering as meeting the standards established by a nationally recognized accrediting association for membership in the association. Accrediting associations are voluntary membership organizations that undertake to monitor the academic and administrative quality of their members which are either entire institutions or components.
Goal : Improve and enhance academic quality and student success at colleges and universities.
Strategy: Redesign and reform accreditation to strengthen the quality of colleges and universities promote competition and innovation in higher education and provide accountability to government stakeholders and taxpayers.Ecxelling the students not only in the field of education But to stimulate them for their all as to make them Global Citizens of Future.
General Background on Accreditation : Accreditation is a non-governmental process established by colleges and universities to evaluate assure and improve educational quality in higher education. It is a peer-review process designed to recognize and validate that an institution or program within an institution (e.g. nursing or business) meets a set of established standards and fosters a commitment to continued excellence. To become accredited colleges and universities as well as specific academic programs apply to join private membership associations known as accrediting agencies. These agencies, in coordination with their member institutions or programs develop standards and criteria around what constitutes quality higher learning. Pathways for institutions or programs seeking or reaffirming accreditation generally begin with institutions or programs completing a self-study report which consists of an internal review and examination of the organization mission educational objectives and performance with respect to the standards established by the accrediting body. Peer-reviewers faculty and administrative colleagues from other colleges and universities examine and evaluate the college, university or academic program against the agency standards and make recommendations regarding the award of accredited status.  
Strategy : Promote Healthy Competition.