The recent college rankings released by the HRD ministry gave rise to a sharp debate in the country with many people asking the reasoning used behind ranking the institutes. With that controversy being far from over, the government is now moving on to its second ranking!
Taking signal from the HRD service's late move of issuing rankings of Universities and colleges of different disciplines, the Central Ministry of Agriculture has chosen to only rank 73 rural colleges.
The National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) has been given the obligation to create assessment strategy and has arranged a positioning system and the service will soon request that the colleges take an interest all the while.
Sanjeev Kumar Balyan, the minister of state for Agriculture had, as of late held a meeting of the council that came out with the specific markers for measuring the quality and execution of the rural colleges and finished the points of interest for welcoming application from members. The whole positioning venture is being taken care of by Balyan.
"Once the Union agribusiness pastor Radha Mohan Singh supports it, the service will ideally report the move one week from now", said an authority.
The institutes will be marked on different parameters and allotted points out of 100. Retired employees of the colleges and their graduated class, situated in India or abroad, will likewise be allowed to give their assessment in this overview.
Under the 'showing result and office', points will likewise be granted to the colleges having great computerized network.
"The last positioning will be done on the premise of the points acquired by the taking an interest colleges. The thought is to ask all the 73 farming colleges to take an interest in it", said the authority.
It is normal that the procedure of positioning will help the rural colleges to self-evaluate themselves on the quality and improve their capacities, says the service's note on " Ranking of Agricultural Universities ".
It says, "Positioning of rural colleges has been started with a bigger target to enhance positioning of Indian colleges on the planet college positioning".