Mangalore university – The Mangalore Times http://themangaloretimes.com/ Tue, 17 May 2022 22:10:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9 https://themangaloretimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Mangalore university – The Mangalore Times http://themangaloretimes.com/ 32 32 Mangalore University: Mu Will Soon Fill Sanctioned Vacancies | Mangaluru News https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-mu-will-soon-fill-sanctioned-vacancies-mangaluru-news/ Tue, 17 May 2022 22:10:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-mu-will-soon-fill-sanctioned-vacancies-mangaluru-news/ Mangaluru: Mangalore University (MU) is likely to start the process of filling as many as 96 sanctioned vacant undergraduate and postgraduate teaching positions, in another two months. In a meeting chaired by Ashwath Narayana CN, minister of higher education and pro-chancellor of the university, on Tuesday, approval was given for the same.
MU is struggling with a shortage of permanent faculty at its UG and PG colleges. Positions had been vacant for several years and visiting professors were hired to fill the shortage.
PS Yadapadithaya, Vice Chancellor, said that in the meeting held with the minister, along with union members and UM officials, the delegation elaborated on various demands of the university, one of which was to fill vacant teaching posts as soon as possible. “The Minister assured that it would be done soon, and to prepare the necessary statutes for it. If all goes well, the process will begin in two months. There are vacancies to be filled in SC, ST, OBC and Hyderabad-Karnataka backlogs,” he said.
Yadapadithaya added that the recruitment will be done according to the standards of the Karnataka Examination Authority and the interviews according to the UGC-2018 regulations. The 96 positions include both assistant professor and associate professor positions.
Meanwhile, at the meeting, the minister also ordered to expedite the work of the university’s pending laws and regulations. Yadapadithya said 32 laws and regulations are at various stages and awaiting approval. “The minister asked us to delegate our official to supervise the files and settle it within a month.”
The issue of lack of approval for three constituent colleges of MU, Konaje, Government Evening College in Hampankatta and Nelyadi College, was also discussed. The minister said approval will be given, but with a rider that the colleges should be run by internal MU resources. Sources added that the government was unwilling to fill the non-teaching staff positions.
Money wasted, says
former union member
Former MU union member SR Harish Acharya has criticized MU for holding a union meeting outside Mangaluru and alleged it was a waste of money, which is used for transport and l accommodation for union members.
In a press release, Harish Acharya said that according to the rules, union meetings are held within the jurisdictional area of ​​a university. All universities in the state follow this rule. However, the Vice Chancellor of MU, in order to spend some money, held it in Bangalore.
He added that hotel accommodation for union members and several UM staff had been arranged in a luxury hotel, in addition to the cost of airfare. “There was no need to hold union meetings in Bengaluru spending money from the MU Treasury. This is done to appease union members by the VC, to protect it from its wrongdoing,” he said.
Yadapadithaya reacted and said that the union meeting in Bengaluru was decided by the union members and not by him. “The purpose of our conducting the meeting is more than justified, with several positive results,” he said. Source link

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Mangalore University to host a two-day job fair https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-to-host-a-two-day-job-fair/ Mon, 09 May 2022 16:54:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-to-host-a-two-day-job-fair/

The University Employment Information and Guidance Office and the University Training and Placement Unit of Mangalore University will hold a two-day job fair at the Mangalagangothri University Campus starting Saturday.

Chiranjeevi Ambernath, Cluster Manager for Magic Bus in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal, will open the fair at Mangala Auditorium on Saturday at 10:30 a.m.

The Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore University, Fr. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, will chair the program.

About 40 companies will participate in the fair, with 11,100 vacancies. The office and cell received over 10,000 applications from various colleges in the university and students from the Mangalore University campus, which were given to a non-governmental organization called Magic Bus.

The agency reviews applications and will provide tokens to eligible candidates and conduct a face-to-face interview during the fair. The minimum salary for selected applicants will be ₹10,000 per month, the university said in a statement.

Walk-in interviews are also allowed for job seekers. Candidates should bring their biographical data, Aadhaar card, passport size photo, SSLC marks card as well as marks cards of their maximum qualification to attend the interview. Those who are in their final year of a bachelor’s or master’s degree (2021-22) can also attend the interview.

The on-campus Humanities, Management, Science and Lectures Complex will be used for the career fair. There will be a helpline in each block. More than 80 volunteers will help the participants. Housing will be made available to staff of employer companies, the statement said.

Some of the participating companies are Apollo Pharmacy, Muthoot Finance, MediPlus, Just Dial, BYJU’s, Axis Bank, Kanchana Group of Companies, Honda Matrix, Diya Systems, HDFC Bank, Mandovi Motors and More Supermarket.

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Mangalore University will offer three five-year integrated courses from 2022-23, says VC https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-will-offer-three-five-year-integrated-courses-from-2022-23-says-vc/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 14:03:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-will-offer-three-five-year-integrated-courses-from-2022-23-says-vc/

Mangalore University Vice-Chancellor PS Yadapadithaya said on Saturday that the university would introduce three five-year integrated postgraduate courses from the 2022-23 academic year.

They are MBA in health, safety and environment, MCom in business data analysis and MSc in electronics. In addition, it will offer a Masters in Public Health and a Masters in Molecular Biology.

In his address to the 40th convocation of Mangalagangotri University, the Vice-Chancellor said the university has also offered to launch “student adalats” from 2022-23.

There were plans to install statues of BR Ambedkar and Swami Vivekananda on the university campus, he said.

Other proposed initiatives in the next academic year included the completion of the construction of the international student complex and Pareeksha Bhavan accommodation; a few academic departments and dedicated rooms in the block for VVIP guests in the same complex; the start of some postgraduate programs at the Advanced Science-cum-PG Center in Belapu, Udupi district; fill teaching and non-teaching vacancies with state government and chancellor approval, and increase internal resources through leveraging of CSR funds, alumni support, and public partnerships -private, he said.

He said one candidate completed his DSc in 2021-2022. No less than 153 candidates obtained a doctorate in philosophy, including 36 from the Faculty of Arts, 96 from the Faculty of Science, 18 from the Faculty of Commerce, 18 and three from the Faculty of Education.

Out of 5,069 candidates who sat for the postgraduate examinations, 4,526 passed (89.3%). Out of 1,335 postgraduate students who sat for the exams at the autonomous institutions, 1,300 passed (97.4%).

Of 27,427 undergraduate applicants, 18,379 passed (67%); out of 3,227 UG candidates in the autonomous institutions, 2,755 passed (85.4 percent), he said.

A total of 52 students received gold medals and 57 students received cash prizes for outstanding academic performance and 69 students (50 PG and 19 UG) hold rank I, he said.

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Bantwal: Disabled Youth Score Ninth Place in Mangalore University Bachelor of Commerce Final Examination https://themangaloretimes.com/bantwal-disabled-youth-score-ninth-place-in-mangalore-university-bachelor-of-commerce-final-examination/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 05:24:51 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/bantwal-disabled-youth-score-ninth-place-in-mangalore-university-bachelor-of-commerce-final-examination/

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Bantwal, April 12: The saying “Where there is a will, there is a way” has been proven by Aditya Bhat, a student of Sri Rama University College, Kalladka. He scored ninth place in the final year BCom exam held by Mangalore University with 93.8% marks. His achievement is prodigious considering the fact that he cannot walk due to some physical disability.

Aditya, who resides near Soorikumeru, has muscle weakness in her legs. Her father Ganesh Bhat used to take her to college every day. In middle school, classes were held on the ground floor for Aditya’s sake. Her teachers and classmates took care of her food and other college activities. Aditya says he was only able to achieve this feat thanks to the cooperation of everyone at the university and his family.

Aditya, who was bright from childhood, scored 96.4% in SSLC and 96% in PUC. He studied at Mani Balavikasa English Medium School till SSLC and later joined Sri Rama College in Kalladka. He intends to compete online due to his physical disability.

Proud Principal of Sri Rama College Kalladaka, Krishnaprasad Kayarakatte said, “Aditya passed his exams without anyone’s help. He made us proud and brought laurels to college. He is a role model for all other students in studies as well as in extracurricular activities.

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Decline in PG course enrollment at Mangalore University | Mangaluru News https://themangaloretimes.com/decline-in-pg-course-enrollment-at-mangalore-university-mangaluru-news/ Sat, 09 Apr 2022 22:45:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/decline-in-pg-course-enrollment-at-mangalore-university-mangaluru-news/ Mangaluru: Admissions to postgraduate (PG) courses offered by Mangalore University have been declining every year, thanks to government and private colleges starting PG courses, which are not only practical but also economical.
For example, despite the pandemic, the PG courses in Mangalagangothri were able to attract 1,266 applicants last year, out of a total of 2,089 enrolled, while this academic year they fell to 1,186. The total number of places PG for this year is 2,130 and the campus offers PG programs in 42 subjects. MU had organized a special admission campaign, but it was still unable to fill the seats. Almost half of the total number of seats remained vacant. The situation is the same on the other three PG campuses of MU.
Manjunatha Pattabi, dean of the faculty of science at Mangalore University, said the most affected stream is humanities, which has the lowest admissions. It is followed by trade. Science is doing well, especially the core subjects, he said.
The main reason affecting admissions is government and unaided university colleges offering PG courses. As a result, students find it more convenient and affordable. “When PG courses are offered at institutions near you, students can save on accommodation and other expenses. Second, fees in government colleges are lower than those on university campuses. The structure of university fees falls between the fees of private and public colleges. As a result, MU are left with several vacant seats,” he said.
A professor added that the MU campus in Madikeri has also failed to attract students. “Those from Madikeri prefer to gain admission into Mysore University (UoM) instead of MU. They come here only when places are not available in UoM. The PG campus at Chikka Aluvara, which offers 10 courses, enrolls 535 students and received only 158 admissions this year.
Some of the courses have received single-digit admissions at the Mangalagangothri campus. There are 50 MEd places, but he has only received six admissions. Economics with 80 seats, has only nine entries. Other courses with single-digit admissions are Electronics and Materials Science.
A few professors pointed out that the number of PG seats should be reduced, otherwise it will affect the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) ranking.
“We will be holding an Admissions Review Committee meeting soon. The committee will discuss why there is low demand for certain courses and how it can be improved. We cannot blame Covid-19 alone for the decline in admissions, and there are other factors to this as well,” said PS Yadapadithaya, Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University. Source link

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university of mangalore: Drop in registrations for Pg courses at the University of M’lore | Mangaluru News https://themangaloretimes.com/university-of-mangalore-drop-in-registrations-for-pg-courses-at-the-university-of-mlore-mangaluru-news/ Sat, 09 Apr 2022 21:59:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/university-of-mangalore-drop-in-registrations-for-pg-courses-at-the-university-of-mlore-mangaluru-news/ MANGALURU: Admissions for postgraduate (PG) courses offered by Mangalore University have been declining every year, thanks to government and private colleges launching PG courses, which are not only practical but also cost-effective .
For example, despite the pandemic, the PG courses in Mangalagangothri were able to attract 1,266 applicants last year, out of a total of 2,089 enrolled, while this academic year they fell to 1,186. The total number of places PG for this year is 2,130 and the campus offers PG programs in 42 subjects. MU had organized a special admission campaign, but it was still unable to fill the seats. Almost half of the total number of seats remained vacant. The situation is the same on the other three PG campuses of MU.
Manjunatha Pattabi, dean of the faculty of science at Mangalore University, said the most affected stream is humanities, which has the lowest admissions. It is followed by trade. Science is doing well, especially the core subjects, he said.
The main reason affecting admissions is government and unaided university colleges offering PG courses. As a result, students find it more convenient and affordable. “When PG courses are offered at institutions near you, students can save on accommodation and other expenses. Second, fees in government colleges are lower than those on university campuses. The structure of university fees falls between the fees of private and public colleges. As a result, MU are left with several vacant seats,” he said.
A professor added that the MU campus in Madikeri has also failed to attract students. “Those from Madikeri prefer to gain admission into Mysore University (UoM) instead of MU. They come here only when places are not available in UoM. The PG campus at Chikka Aluvara, which offers 10 courses, enrolls 535 students and received only 158 admissions this year.
Some of the courses have received single-digit admissions at the Mangalagangothri campus. There are 50 MEd places, but he has only received six admissions. Economics with 80 seats, has only nine entries. Other courses with single-digit admissions are Electronics and Materials Science. A few professors pointed out that the number of PG seats should be reduced, otherwise it will affect the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) ranking.
“We will be holding an Admissions Review Committee meeting soon. The committee will discuss why there is low demand for certain courses and how it can be improved. We cannot blame Covid-19 alone for the decline in admissions, and there are other factors to this as well,” said PS Yadapadithaya, Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University. Source link

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Mangalore University: Mu will ask DC to take action against land encroachment | Mangaluru News https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-mu-will-ask-dc-to-take-action-against-land-encroachment-mangaluru-news/ Thu, 31 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-mu-will-ask-dc-to-take-action-against-land-encroachment-mangaluru-news/ Mangaluru: Mangalore University (MU) has decided to write to Dakshina Kannada DC, regarding land encroachment on the university.
Union member and lawyer Vivekananda Paniyala, in his letter to MU, had alleged that invaders and the land mafia had encroached on public land owned by MU. MU’s Konaje Campus spans 353 acres. He had requested immediate action and a re-survey of MU lands in Konaje and Ashoknagar areas of Mangaluru city.
“The union meeting held on Tuesday decided that MU will write to the DC of Dakshina Kannada, to survey the ground and find out if there is any encroachment. If there are any, these encroachments will be reserved under the Karnataka Land Grabbing Prohibition Act 2011. The encroachment must be eliminated, and if buildings are erected on the encroached land, they must be demolished,” said PS Yadapadithaya, Vice Chancellor.
Yadapadithya said the university built a wall around its land border in 2001. However, work stopped halfway and the project was abandoned. “Now the district administration will decide on land encroachment, if any,” he said.
Earlier in his letter, Vivekananda Paniyala said he learned that nearly 50 acres belonging to MU in Konaje village of Mangalore taluk had been encroached. Unauthorized structures were built on the invaded land, with the tacit support and connivance of negligent MU officials. MU also built the perimeter wall by quietly ‘facilitating’ said encroachment, he alleged.
Convening postponed
Yadapadithya said Mangalore University‘s 40th Annual Convocation scheduled for April 16 has been postponed to April 23. He said Karnataka Governor and MU Chancellor Thaawar Chand Gehlot previously agreed to come to MU on April 16, however, he had to cancel and postpone it. to April 23, due to some important missions. The governor will deliver the opening speech of the convocation. Source link

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CFI organizes a demonstration at Mangalore University https://themangaloretimes.com/cfi-organizes-a-demonstration-at-mangalore-university/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 17:22:01 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/cfi-organizes-a-demonstration-at-mangalore-university/

Members of the Campus Front of India (CFI) organized a demonstration, “University March”, outside the gate of Mangalore University in Mangalagangothri, against the decision to invite RSS leader Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat to the inauguration of the Mangalore University Student Council on Wednesday.

In the context of the protest, the police had reinforced security on the university campus. Students were arrested at the entrance itself.

Protesters held up the slogan “Prabhakar Bhat go back” and objected to the participation of Prabhakar Bhat who often gives provocative speeches.

Student activists alleged that university officials were trying to transform the university from a center of education into a “Sangha center”.

Attempts are being made to disrupt community harmony on campuses, they said.

Later, the protesters were herded into a waiting police vehicle by the police.

Amid the protest, the student council was inaugurated by Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat in the presence of the Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University, Prof. PS Yadapadithaya.

Meanwhile, members of the Federation of Students of India also staged a protest outside the clock tower in Mangaluru, against the university’s decision to invite Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat.

They skinned the Vice Chancellor and Registrar of Mangalore University for the same.

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CFI organizes a demonstration against Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat in front of Mangalore University https://themangaloretimes.com/cfi-organizes-a-demonstration-against-kalladka-prabhakar-bhat-in-front-of-mangalore-university/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 11:08:12 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/cfi-organizes-a-demonstration-against-kalladka-prabhakar-bhat-in-front-of-mangalore-university/


CFI organizes a demonstration against Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat in front of Mangalore University

Mangaluru: Members of Campus Front of India (CFI) staged a protest outside the gate of Mangalore University for inviting Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat to the inauguration of the Mangalore University Student Council here on March 30.

On March 29, members of the CFI had called on the district administration to intervene and prevent the head of the RSS, Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat, from inaugurating the student council of Mangalore University when he was speaking provocative speeches.

On March 30, protesters gathered outside the university gate and shouted slogans against Prabhakar Bhat. The police department had tightened security on the Mangalore University campus amid the protest. The police stopped the students at the entrance to the university. The students then tried to enter the campus, but the police arrested some of the protesters.

Despite the protest, Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat inaugurated the student council with Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University, Prof. PS Yadapadithaya.






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CFI stings at Mangalore University over Kalladka Bhat invitation, members arrested https://themangaloretimes.com/cfi-stings-at-mangalore-university-over-kalladka-bhat-invitation-members-arrested/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/cfi-stings-at-mangalore-university-over-kalladka-bhat-invitation-members-arrested/

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Mangaluru, March 30: The Campus Front of India (CFI) staged a vehement and gheraoed protest at Mangalore University in Konaje on Wednesday, March 30, opposing the invitation of RSS leader Dr. Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat for the inauguration of the university student council.

Several members of the CFI, including a student leader, were arrested in this context. Protesters argued that inviting a hate lecturer to an official university program could only vitiate the educational environment on campus.

It is unfortunate that Kalladka Prabhakar, who has caused communal hatred in the coastal belt and has several cases registered against him in various police stations for giving inciting speeches, has been invited to the university,” they said. Members of the TPI had also submitted an appeal on Monday to Mangalore University authorities to withdraw the invitation citing public disorder on campus.

Police security has been reinforced on the Mangalagangothri campus.

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