Work on PG centre is under progress: VC

Last Updated 25 March 2013, 20:25 IST

Mangalore University Vice-Chancellor T C Shivashankaramurthy said, the PG Centre at Chikkaluvara will start from the next academic year and the centre might become a university in future.

Speaking at ‘Savinenapu’, a programme organised by the Alumni Association of Field Marshal K M Cariappa College here recently, he said, Mangalore University was setting up the PG Centre in Kodagu to help students.

The works on the PG Centre is under progress and the classes are likely to begin either in the month of June or July.


The programme was inaugurated by a first batch student Kettoleera Subbaiah. Alumni Association president N A Appayya said, the association has around 350 members. “It aims to enrol at least 1,000 members by the year end.

The University should help the college to get a state-of-the art stadium and a swimming pool,” he urged.

MLC M C Nanaiah, retired principal Pushpa Kuttanna, principal B C Ponnappa, retired judge M P Chinnappa, ex-servicemen Puttichanda Ganapathy and D A Dhananjay and best teacher awardee M D Nanjunda were present.

(Published 25 March 2013, 20:25 IST)

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