R&D programmes in PG centres need of hour: MU Registrar

R&D programmes in PG centres need of hour: MU Registrar

Speaking at a State-level seminar on ‘Coastal culture: Opportunities for Research’ organised by the Department of Collegiate Education in association with Thenkanidiyur Government First Grade College PG Study Centre, he said the Centre has realised the importance of higher education. Accordingly, it is planning to set up 1,500 universities.

Earlier, the aim of a teacher was to teach in the classroom. However, now it has been changed. Along with teaching, he should undertake reserach, he added. “One should have practical knowledge on the language, literature of Coast before undertaking any research work,” he opined.  MLA Raghupathy Bhat said “folklores of coastal Karnataka are rich in its culture. There are ample opportunities to undertake research from historical perspective.

Yaksha Shikshana Trust wants to provide yakshagana training for the First Grade College students from the next academic year. This is an attempt to pass on the folk culture of the coastal districts to the future generation.”  Karnataka Samshodhakara Okkua Secretary Dr Devaiah Odeyar, Principal Prof Yogananda and others were present.

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