Gujarat University, the state's most established and the biggest college has got the "B" grade from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), a body set up in 1998 to evaluate execution of organizations of higher adapting as far as improvement of scholastic, mechanical and infrastructural offices.
NAAC scored the college 2.85 out of a most extreme of 5. Bad habit chancellor M N Patel said, "We were expecting An evaluation however have fizzled on a few fronts. Staff deficiency, absence of arrangement and school improvement cells were noted by the NAAC group. This is not the end of the street as we will get allows under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) and this reviewing won't influence the stream of stipends to the college."
The NAAC group expressed that there was huge scale institutional shortcoming with countless showing and non-showing posts, absence of formal system to energize consultancy. The NAAC group noticed that there was restricted utilization of creative, shared and agreeable practices in showing and learning. The group additionally noticed that there is degree for more research coordinated effort and for upgrading situation open doors for students among others.
The group found that the semester framework, that is the decision based credits arrangement of Gujarat University was not upto the imprint and was extremely censured by the group. In their proposals to the University, the NAAC group requesting that it execute decision-based credit framework in its full frame, with improved weightage for constant inner appraisal, credit exchange and parallel portability offices
Students at school level, as well as those learning at Gujarat University have poor English relational abilities. NAAC watched that the poor English relational abilities of students in many branches of Gujarat University.