'Varsity committed to develop FMC College'

  Speaking after inaugrating staff quarters for the teaching and non-teaching staff of Field Marshal K M Cariappa College, he said measures have been taken to solve the problems of shortage of staff in the college. The quarters were built at the cost of Rs 54.88 lakh.
Tender were invited for the construction of quarters for non teaching staff. The hostel will be repaired at the cost of Rs 17 lakh. Infrastructure facilities will be provided to the teachers and students in phases.

The Mangalore University is giving priority to quality education. The teachers and non tecahing staff should be dedicated and honest, he said.

Stringent action will be initiated against those who are responsible for untoward incidents in the campus, he warned.

The enrolment of students to higher education is only 12 per cent in the country. The enrolment is 45 per cent in developed countries of the world, he said.

Registrar Prof K Chinnappa Gowda said works worth Rs 60 lakh to Rs 70 lakh have been undertaken at the FMC College. The College will be developed in phases.  The University has decided to continue the services of guest lecturers in its composite colleges on the recommendations of the College Principal. The guest lecturers must be in college from 10 am to 5 pm. The salary of the guest lecturers will be hiked, he promised.

College Principal Pushpa Kuttanna said the Syndicate has given its nod to start course in travel and tourism management and diploma in animation from the academic year.
After inaugurating the quarters, Mangalore University Vice-Chancellor Prof T C Shivashankaramurthy Registrar K Chinnappa Gowda, Syndicate members Prof Radhakrishna Devamma, Registrar (Evaluation) Prof Yadapadithaya and Principal Prof Pushpa Kuttanna planted saplings.

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