TERI to set up its second campus

TERI to set up its second campus

TERI Chairman R K Pachauri said the Institute was trying to strengthen its academic culture and association with Karnataka by planning a second campus in Bangalore. “With the first campus in New Delhi where we provide postgraduate courses, we hope to expand TERI’s association with Bangalore by having a second campus here,” he said.

Pachauri, who was in the City to preside over the inauguration of the ‘Karnataka Sustainable Development Summit,’ said that the State can show the way for urbanisation in a sustainable environment.

In another proposal made by TERI, Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa said the Government will also provide its backing to a new Botanical garden on the outskirts of the City at Hoskote. “Both - the TERI University and a new Botanical garden at Hoskote, where land has been surveyed, will be given complete support from the Government,” said Yeddyurappa.

The Summit, a prelude to the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit to be held later this year, saw Yeddyurappa appeal to the delegates to provide a ‘road map’ for a sustainable growth State on the whole.

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