The University of Kerala in Thiruvananthapuram received the highest NAAC grade possible—A++—with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.67. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan hailed the achievement on Tuesday as an example for other colleges and universities in the state. According to Vijayan, the university’s recognition marked a significant advancement for Kerala’s educational community.
This award has never before been given to a university in the state. This accomplishment is a result of the state government’s initiatives for the expansion of the higher education sector. This should motivate other colleges and universities to continue their excellent work. “In a Facebook post, Mr. Vijayan stated.
The University of Kerala received an A+ with 3.67 grade points in NAAC accreditation, according to a Facebook post by Higher Education Minister R Bindu.
At the level of all India, the University of Kerala received the highest grade. “We warmly commend the University of Kerala community for helping to establish Kerala as a national leader in the field of education by actively contributing to efforts to raise standards,” she said.
Higher education institutions in India are evaluated and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It is an independent organisation supported by the University Grants Commission of the Indian government.