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College eyes better rating

Karim City College is keen on upgrading its grades.

The college, which was marked B++ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2005, has applied for fresh accreditation in a bid to improve its rating. The NAAC team will visit the campus between July 10 and July 12 for which pre-parations are on.

“We are mainly documenting our achievements of the past six years — be it infrastructure, academics, administration or any innovation that the college had witnessed. The idea is to keep everything ready for the visiting team,” said Yahiya Ibrahim, a faculty member.

The cradle has developed its infrastructure since 2005. It received the “College with Potential for Excellence” tag from the UGC in 2009. It has introduced Inflibnet, a digital network of library, e-cataloguing of books in its library, office automation and e-classrooms. A language lab under the Mysore-based Central Institute of Indian Languages has also been set up.

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