Follow rules during PG admissions: VC

Follow rules during PG admissions: VC

Mangalore University Vice-Chancellor Prof T C Shivashankaramurthy said that the government colleges should follow rules while admitting students for the post graduation courses.

 The colleges should advertise in the newspaper and give complete details on the admission. If they fail to carry out the admission process in accordance with the rules, then Mangalore University will take the responsibility of carrying out the admission process, by advertising in the newspaper. 

Speaking at the academic council meeting, he said there were irregularities in the admission process last year. Mangalore University will write to the government seeking permission for advertising for admission in government colleges, so that the admission process can be carried out smoothly without any problems. 

Fresh affiliation

The Mangalore University Academic Council okayed the fresh affiliation of three new colleges for starting BA and BCom. The Vice-Chancellor said that the fresh affiliations were filed by Melkar Degree College in Marnabail, Vidya Rashmi First Grade College, Savanoor and St Lawrence College in Moodubelle. 

The Council okayed the continuation of affiliation for 109 colleges, which includes 90 private colleges and 19 government colleges. 37 colleges received continuation and extension of affiliation. 

About nine private colleges have applied seeking permission to start PG courses. The local inspection committee has given permission with condition. The colleges are Canara College (MCom), Govindadasa College, Surathkal (MCom), Bhuvanendra College, Karkala (MA Economics), St Phelomena College, Puttur (MSc Physics), Sacred Heart College, Madanthyar (MCom), MGM College, Udupi (MSc in computer sciece), Milagres College, Kallianpur (MCom), Bhandarkar’s College, Kundapur (MCom) and Kaveri College, Gonikoppa (MA Economics). As many as seven government colleges have sought permission for starting PG courses. They are Dr G Shankar Government Women’s First Grade College, Ajjarakadu (MBA/MCA/MCJ), Srimathi Rukmini Shedthi Memorial National Government First Grade College, Barkur (MSc physics, MSc Psychology, MA Economics, MSc Information System), Government First Grade College, Hebri (MA History, MA Economics, MCom), Government First Grade College, Vamadapadav (MA Kannada, MA History), Government First Grade College, Vittal (MCom), Government First Grade College, Uppinangady (MA Kannada) and Government First Grade College, Kushalanagar (MA Political Science and MCom). 

As the local inspection committee had not recommended for starting PG courses in Dr G Shankar Government Women First Grade College, Government First Grade College, Hebri and Government First Grade College, Vittal, the VC urged the committee to visit again to find out whether there was infrastructure facility. “If there are shortage of staff in government college, then we will write to the government for filling the vacancy and provide additional staff.” Registrar Dr Chinnappa Gowda, Registrar (Evaluation) Prof P S Yedapadithaya and Finance Officer Prof Pakkeerappa were present. 

Guv nod for Tulu course

The Governor has given his nod to the regulations governing certificate, diploma and post graduate diploma courses in Tulu under correspondence programme. The certificate, diploma and PG diploma course in Tulu will be started from the next academic year, said Vice-Chancellor Prof T C Shivashankaramurthy. 
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