Lucknow: There is an atmosphere of celebration at Lucknow University in Uttar Pradesh. State CM Yogi Adityanath also tweeted his congratulations to the university administration, teachers and students. In fact, after a very long exercise, the University has been given A++ grading from the National Assessment Accreditation Council (NAAC). Let us know that from July 21 to 23, the NAC team carried out a ground inspection at the university. The result was then announced on Monday morning.
As soon as the news of a plus plus grading was received, there was a wave of happiness in the entire university. Students-teachers-workers and people related to the administration started congratulating each other. This trend continues unabated. Earlier in the year 2014, in the NAC evaluation, Lucknow University had got B grade. This grade was up to 2019. Due to the corona epidemic and other reasons, the university could not apply for the NAC evaluation for the last two years.
Vice Chancellor Prof. Alok Kumar Rai started efforts for this only after he took charge. As per the norms of NAC, the University submitted a Self Assessment Report (SSR) with improvement of terrestrial things. From July 21 to 23, the NAC team inspected the university. In the results that followed, the university achieved the A++ grade by taking a high jump.