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SPPU Takes Up Clean-Up Drive ahead of NAAC Assessment
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) would visit the Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) in a week. Hence, the authorities have initiated a clean-up drive noticing the trash on the campus. The varsity issued circulars to all the departments and asked them to submit proposals for the auction of scrap material and clean up the premises before the NAAC visit.
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The varsity issued a circular on November 11, 2016, stating that the auctioning of scrap material was supposed to begin in the month of October. The varsity has directed the departments to keep the surroundings clean, and auction process would commence this week where all the items such as old books, computers, equipment and furniture which are not in use will be disposed.
The circular further stated that the departments have not responded to the auctioning process which was scheduled to take place on October 20, 2016. Hence, the date for sending proposals for auction was further extended.
Recently, Javadekar announced that higher autonomy would be given to educational institutions which perform well and these institutes will have lesser regulations. On the other hand, if the performance of these institutes is not satisfactory they will have more regulations and lesser autonomy. The main intention of the government is to improve the quality of education and achieve better international rankings. He further said that National Ranking Framework (NIRF) is also important apart from NAAC for assessing institutes or universities.
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