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mangalore university: Mu Misses Result Deadline | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: Mangalore University has again missed the deadline to announce the results of the second semester special examination. As assured, the results should have been announced at the end of January.PL Dharma, the registrar of the university, had assured on January 6 that the results of the special examination for …

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The Academic Council approves the affiliation of the University of Mangalore to five colleges

It gives the green light for a uniform regulation to offer various certificate, diploma, diploma PG Mangalore University’s Academic Council, at its meeting on Friday, approved its affiliation with five new colleges for the 2021-22 school year. The colleges are Anandathirtha College, Pajaka, Udupi; Beary’s Institute of Emerging Sciences, Innoli, …

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Mangalore University to offer Masters in Kodava language

The University of Mangalore, at its third Academic Council meeting (for the year 2021-2022), approved the masters course in Kodava on Friday. The program and guidelines were also approved by the board. University Vice Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya, chairing the meeting, said the course would be launched at the Jnana …

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Kerala government never wanted chancellor: Vijayan

Thiruvananthapuram, December 12 (IANS): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Sunday his government never wanted the post of chancellor of state universities and asked Governor Arif Mohammed Khan not to quit his post. Speaking to reporters in Kannur, he said the post of chancellor had been provided to the …

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Mangalore University Will Perform Failure Mode Analysis Due To Exam Errors | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: With many errors in undergraduate exam results announced recently, Mangalore University (MU) will conduct failure mode analysis to find out the root cause, said PS Yadapadithaya, Vice Chancellor of the university . MULinx, an in-house software adopted for the review for the first time, reported several serious errors. The …

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Mangalore University Special Examination Candidates Request Schedule Change | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: The decision by the University of Mangalore (MU) to schedule special exams for all semesters simultaneously, without consulting colleges, has inconvenienced students who sit for exams that began on Tuesday. The students have asked the university to make the necessary changes to the special exams schedule. The special exam …

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Mangalore University set to start PG classes in mid-December, blames delay on late announcement from r- Edexlive

Here are the details | (Photo: Edexlive) Mangalore University is expected to start first-year post-graduation courses from mid-December. The academic year was reportedly delayed due to the late announcement of sixth semester results. The results, which were due to be known in the second week of November, were delayed due …

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Mangalore University Expected to Start Classes for PG Students by Mid-December | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: The University of Mangalore will likely start first-year post-graduation courses in mid-December. The academic year was reportedly delayed due to the late announcement of the sixth semester results. The results, which were due to be released by the second week of November, were delayed due to a glitch in …

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Germany to have a “traffic light” government led by Scholz of the SPD

London, November 24 (IANS): Signaling the end of the Angela Merkel era in Germany, the Social Democratic Party (SDP), which eclipsed its Christian Democratic Union in the September 26 elections, announced on Wednesday that it would lead the new coalition government, with transition towards a green economy. being the priority …

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Mangalore University plans to introduce open book exam: VC

Mangalore University Vice Chancellor Professor PS Yadapadithaya said the university plans to introduce an open book examination system in a few undergraduate programs starting in the 2022-2023 academic year. . Speaking at the Academic Council meeting, the VC said Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) will introduce an open book exam system …

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Mangalore University plans to establish a Center for Coastal Development Studies

The University of Mangalore plans to establish a center for studies on coastal development, according to PS Yadapadithaya, vice-chancellor of the university. Speaking during the celebration of the 42nd day of the founding of the university on Wednesday, he said the leadership would submit a proposal to the government of …

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Mangalore University to fill pending positions soon

Mangalore University Vice Chancellor PS Yadapadithaya said on Wednesday that the university would start the process of filling teaching and non-teaching positions in the backlog reserved categories within a month. Speaking at the celebration of the 42nd day of the founding of the University of Mangalagangotri, he said the government …

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Special meeting of the Mangalore University Union on September 13

The Mangalore University Union, which is the university’s highest decision-making body, will hold a special meeting on Monday to discuss, among other things, the examination schedule for the final semester of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. cycle of the academic year 2020-21. After several postponements since this April this year, the …

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Practical classes at the University of Mangalore to start next week | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: The University of Mangalore has plans to hold hands-on on-campus classes for undergraduate and postgraduate science courses, starting next week. PS Yadapadithaya, vice-chancellor of the University of Mangalore, said a decision to start on-campus classes for other fields would be taken after September 15. He said: “The district administration …

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Mangalore University will organize an awareness program on NEP

As Mangalore University prepares to introduce the New Education Policy or the National Education Policy in the 2021-22 academic year, which will start in October, it will hold an awareness raising program on the new policy for all stakeholders. CN Higher Education Minister Ashwath Narayan will address the stakeholders. Vice …

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University of Mangalore to introduce online exams

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Mangalore, P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, said on Wednesday that the university, despite the challenges, is preparing to introduce an online exam system if the COVID-19 situation warrants it. He told the Academic Council at its meeting that the university was forced to postpone its …

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The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule

The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule DHNS, Mangaluru, 01 August 2021, 22:23 is updated: 02 Aug 2021, 01:25 ist The University of Mangalore will organize the UG exams for the students of the first, third and fifth semesters according to the schedule from August …

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World Class Hotel at Mangalore University: Karnataka

| wednesday | July 14, 2021 The University of Mangalore will now have a world-class hotel for international students. Karnataka’s Mangalore University, which has a significant number of international students, will have a separate, world-class hostel being built on the university campus. The project is expected to be completed by …

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The University of Mangalore to have a world-class hostel for international students

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, July 14: The University of Mangalore has a significant number of international students. To accommodate them, a separate, world-class hostel is being built on the university campus. This building is expected to be completed by September of this year. 140 students from 29 …

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Developing a high work ethic, says Sudha Murthy to young graduates of the University of Mangalore

The pursuit of knowledge is an ongoing process that accompanies an individual throughout their life, said Sudha Murthy, President of the Infosys Foundation. Speaking virtually to graduates of the University of Mangalore during the institution’s 39th annual convocation, she called on them to improve their knowledge. “Knowledge is supreme. The …

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Mangalore University to introduce midday meal program

The University of Mangalore will introduce a midday meal program at its Mangalagangothri campus for “poorest of the poor” students, who are continuing their postgraduate programs. The university will not solicit any government funds forthe system of government. Instead, it will use its teaching and non-teaching facilities on campus to …

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Mangalore University asks court to challenge notification of ODL courses

Mangalore University has decided to challenge in court a recent state government notification that offered the exclusive right to deliver open and distance learning (ODL) courses at Karnataka State Open University. (KSOU) in Mysuru. The decision was taken otherwise with the government notification, the University of Mangalore will be forced …

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“Statute to be amended to recognize colleges affiliated with Mangalore University as research centers”

Mangalore University (MU) Vice-Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya has said that the law will be amended to recognize affiliated colleges/constituent colleges eligible as research centers, within the jurisdiction of the University of Mangalore. Mangalore. He was addressing a gathering at the Academic Council meeting and said colleges like Alva’s, Poornaprajna College, …

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Mangalore University adopts 10 public schools

It is part of the institutional social responsibility of the university to help ensure their overall development. Mangalore University has adopted 10 public schools – six primary schools and four high schools – near its Mangalagangotri campus to facilitate their overall development. The schools were adopted as part of the …

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Students at the University of Mangalore can opt for online or offline courses

With the state government deciding to start degrees, PGs, diplomas, colleges of medicine and engineering from November 17, Mangalore University left it up to students to opt for courses. online or offline courses. Vice-Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya said: “After reviewing the local Covid-19 situation and the guidance from the state …

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Mangalore University considers crash course for final year students ahead of exams

Following the government directive to hold exams for final semester PG and UG students by the end of September, the University of Mangalore is planning a one-week crash course for final year students just before exams . Students can attend the class to dust off the cobwebs from memory, and …

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University of Mangalore’s decision to stop admission to its First Grade College clashed | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: The Dakshina Kannada District Unit of the National Students Union of India (NSUI) has urged the University of Mangalore to reconsider its decision to stop admissions to its University First Grade College (FGC). NSUI General Secretary Sawad Sullia said the university’s decision to shut down FGC University, which was …

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Mangalore University to extend university vacation until May 31

Pending the approval of its decision-making bodies and government, the University of Mangalore has prepared a draft provisional action plan to conduct its undergraduate and postgraduate exams and complete the delayed 2019-2020 academic year. , according to the vice-chancellor of the university PS Yadapadithaya. . He said The Hindu that …

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Mangalore University has a chip on its shoulder

University violates the rules of the KTPP law; closes tender for Rs 3-crore project in 14 days It seems that the universities of Karnataka are breaking the rules. A month after State Higher Education Minister Basavaraj Rayareddi (Pro-Chancellor of All Universities) said, “I have no control over universities as they …

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