In a commendable feat, Mumbai-based Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT) has got the highest rating in the recent accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).With a CGPA of 3.77 out of 4 and an A++ grade, the institute has topped the list of 151 institutes in the three round of accreditation by the Council.The NAAC inspection took place between November 17 -19 and the rankings were recently uploaded on the council’s official website.Speaking to DNA, GD Yadav, Vice Chancellor, ICT said that the institute has achieved the feat on the basis of its research and innovation. “Our institute has shown sheer excellence in the field of research and academics. We also have a state of art infrastructure and the senior-most faculty members. All this put together has helped us get a good grade” added Yadav.Recently, the institute featured in the BRICS QS universities ranking 2018, where it was ranked at the 118th position. Yadav said that the institute is now working on two other campuses – one in Bhubaneshwar, Odisha and another in Marathwada, Maharashtra.“The two new campuses would help further research and innovation at the institute. Our students and researchers have been working closely with government agencies on various issues from water purification to solid waste management” he added.Over the last two years, several colleges in Mumbai and the state have sought their NAAC accreditation over the last two years. As per the report released on the NAAC website, more than 42% of the total colleges who had applied for the accreditation were from Maharashtra.
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Mumbai-based ICT beats 150 institutes to top NAAC Rankings