IAO Grants Full Accreditation to Surana College, India

by Robin Smith
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Surana College, India, an affiliate of Bangalore University gets its full accreditation status extended by IAO.

Established in 1995, under GDA Foundation Trust, it is also included under section 2(f) of the UGC (University Grants Commission) Act 1956. The institution has been catering to all sections of society on need-based quality education. Surana College offers courses in Arts, Science, Commerce and Management. It tends to have clarity on students’ future, both in their career and life. The college has many case studies of inducting average students only to raise them to achieve distinction or ranks.


The emphasis is on academic focus adding to train for holistic development of students. Constantly identifying value-additions to the university stipulated curriculum, the college designs balanced inputs of curricular and co-curricular components into its practice. The institution prepares students into self-reliant, independent thinking, globally relevant, skilled and socially useful citizens of the nation embedded with values to contribute in their own mite to the society.

IAO’s full accreditation ensures that every student is exposed to systematic extensive learning under the guidance of trained and perceptive educators so that they will develop a global outlook. IAO has found the institution very intellectual and supportive. IAO found the following qualities being promoted in Surana College; student involvement, community services and sustenance of academic environment, parental and public acceptance and support for scholars, veterans, experts and prominent citizens as visitors encourage with suggestions and motivation. Moreover, the corporate sector, service industry and socio-cultural institutions look up to have the students from Surana College considering the quality of education they provide. Effort to maintain and preserve the joy of learning has augured well for the institution.

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