Rashmi Belur

Karnataka government mulls setting up Urdu university in Kalaburagi

While the existing state-run universities are struggling to sustain due to lack of infrastructure, the state government is mulling setting up a Urdu University at Kalaburagi.

22 hours ago

Invigilator writes exam in Bengaluru, caught copying

The official, working as an office superintendent in the distance education department for 8 years, wanted to take the exams to get an MA degree in Sociology.

22 hours ago

Demand for science courses goes up, engineering sees a dip in Karnataka

However, enrolment to science courses (B.Sc) has gone up during the same time period in government degree colleges.

14 Oct 2018

National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences to set up centre for integrative medicine

However, the yoga therapy has already been implemented and is popular too.

13 Oct 2018

Bengaluru Ambedkar School of Economics students to get degrees from BU, disappointed 

Once the bill is signed and the act is approved, BASE will function as an independent institute, and it will not be affiliated to any other university.

12 Oct 2018

Karnataka: State-run university study centres misusing funds?

One of the major concerns expressed by the committee in its report is that the study chairs or centres are not serving the purpose.

11 Oct 2018

Karnataka government now looking at student loan waiver for SC/ST communities

This communication has been issued following a request made by the state president of Praja Parivartana Vedike to the state government to waive education loans of the SC/ST students.

09 Oct 2018

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences approves Rs 2.57 crore with no work to show for it

A project that is estimated to cost around Rs 51 crore to implement will see the varsity shift to a completely paperless administration.

07 Oct 2018

Premier law school gets rude shock with low NAAC rankings

The varsity now plans to appeal against the rankings.

07 Oct 2018

Now, lecturers do not need Karnataka government nod for foreign trips

According to some lecturers, it has even happened that some of them had to cancel their trips as the approvals came late.

06 Oct 2018

UGC panel to look into irregularities in Karnataka's private universities

According to a UGC official, some private universities are accused of offering technical courses without approval from All India Council for Technical Education.

04 Oct 2018

Private varsities in Karnataka under scanner for alleged irregularities

Recently, UGC has issued an order constituting a committee to visit some of the private universities after it received complaints against some of them who allegedly violated UGC's regulations.

03 Oct 2018

Zero admissions in three years to Bangalore University’s courses in Gandhian studies

The centre, started in 1969, used to have at least 20 students each for the courses offered, but now has none.

02 Oct 2018

Khadi Saturdays for students of this Bengaluru college

Seshadripuram Degree College, which is one of the oldest colleges in the city, has made it mandatory for students and staff to wear khadi once a week.

02 Oct 2018

Colleges refuse to return original papers to students

Some of the documents included Pre University and SSLC/class 10th marksheets, all documents required for future admissions or job recruitment.

28 Sep 2018