Manav Rachna becomes first Indian University to get international rating

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Manav Rachna becomes first Indian University to get international rating

Sanjay Chaturvedi

It was a matter of proud for Faridabad when Manav Rachna university became the first university of India to be conferred with 5 Star rating for Teaching, Facilities, Social Responsibility and Inclusiveness by the Global rating company ‘Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Rating System’, making it the first Educational Institution in the Indian Higher Education system to be bestowed with this global recognition. Certified with the overall rating of three stars the university scored full marks in Teaching, Facilities, Social Responsibility and Inclusiveness by securing 5 star rating.  The Singapore based rating agency is into the field of auditing and certification of educational bodies based on their performance on six parameters which consolidate the rating points totalling 570.

Speaking on the occasion Chancellor Dr. Prashant Bhalla informed the present about the process and advantage of the ranking. He said that while this ranking reflects the all round strength of the University, it would be advantageous to students joining the university that figures in the top universities of the world. He said that students passing out from the university would also enjoy an edge over other students while getting placement for being passed out of a top university.

Mr. Ashish, regional Director of the company from the rating agency appreciated the performance of Manav Rachna University. He said that there are many universities in India and the world that have been trying to get the certification and five star rating. However, none of them could reach the top point. Many of them could hardly achieve three stars rating while others have to console with a single star.

Replying to a question by media, Mr. Ashish said that after the audit of any university they share a report with the client that consist suggestions for improvement needed. He said that the university may come back to them in a couple of years after improving their set up on the basis of report submitted during last audit. He informed that this certification is valid for a period of three years after which an audit is required to renew the same.

Present on the occasion were Vice Chancellor Dr. N.C. Wadhwa, Dean Dr. M.K. Soni, Dr. Sanjay Shrivastav and other senior faculty members.

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