The rating relies on an analysis on key parameters mounted below one memorandum of understanding (MoU) in 2019-20. All the schools have been required to signal a tripartite MoU with MHRD (now ministry of training) and college grants fee (UGC) for steady analysis.
Out of 283.5 marks, the CUO has secured 171.eight marks, which is 61 per cent of the full rating. This efficiency helped the central college to get 20th rank. Universities like Visva-Bharati (50 per cent), University of Allahabad (33 per cent) and 18 different universities obtained decrease rating than the CUO, revealed the Grading/Scoring efficiency of the central universities.
The CUO, which had managed to get a rank between 151 and 200 within the current National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), was established in 2009. “Our feminine college students are greater than the male college students. Research publications, hostel lodging and different services helped us to get good rating,” stated Sharat Kumar Palita, director of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), CUO.
While Jamia Millia Islamia had a rating of the very best 90 per cent, in comparison with 83 per cent of Rajiv Gandhi University of Arunachal Pradesh, 82 per cent of JNU and 78 per cent of Aligarh Muslim University.