According to a recent report, a four-member team of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAC) reached Patna College for Inspection on Friday. The team oversaw several departments. In a team meeting with students, parents, former students and erstwhile teachers, the students questioned the college administration. They Said the library does not have update books.
The projector does not work. How long will students stay with the help of history only? At the same time, former Vice-Chancellor Dr. JP Singh imposed the shortage of teachers on the state government. Dr. Ramakrishnan Malaichami, Vice-Chancellor of Madhurai Kamaraj University as Chairperson in the team, Dr. AP Tiwari, Dean of Shakuntala Mishra National Rehabilitation University, Lucknow, Dr. Dhanesh Kalal, Principal of Gokhale Education Society BIK College of Commerce, Nashik and a Chemistry teacher from a University in Karnataka Dr. BE Kumar Swamy.
It is worth noting that as a former student, Minister Shyam Rajak said that there are some shortcomings, which the government is trying to address. On the spot, PU VC Dr. Rasbihari Prasad, Dr. Dolly Sinha, Manoj Mishra, Dr. Rajneesh Kumar, Dr. NK Jha, Dr. AN Jama, Prof. PK Poddar, etc. were present. First of all Naik's team reached the room of college principal Dr. Ramashankar Arya. The team then reached the Geography Department. The team also asked questions to the students along with the head of the department. Dr. Kalal, a member of the team, praised retired teacher, Dr. KN Paswan.
Seeing the canteen of the college, the team said that it seems to be made on the information of Naik. It has a board for the opening date of 14 October. The team said that it will run or stop regularly. A five-year record was sought from the NNS team. The team was not satisfied with the reply of NNS Coordinator Dr. Vibhash. In Part One class in the English Department, the team asked the students questions.
Head of Department Dr. Sanjay Kumar gave information. One member said that students' English is a bit weak. In the Hindi Department's class, the team asked two disabled students, Chhotu Kumar and Vikas Kumar, that there are books of Braille script? Students did not respond.