Ambience will be improved on Bangalore University campus
By Express News Service | Published: 12th November 2013 08:56 AM |
The Bangalore University is keen on creating a better ambience at its Jnana Bharathi campus.
Following the increasing number of road side vendors inside the campus, a special meeting of the university’s Syndicate, held on Monday, decided to change the ambience of the postgraduate campus.
Speaking to reporters, V-C Prof B Thimme Gowda said, “Tender coconut sellers, chat sellers, tea-coffee vendors will be told to shift their business to shops. We will create shelter for them. We will soon come out with a plan to stop such business inside the campus.”
According to the Syndicate members, the meeting discussed about building shops from the university funds and give them on rent at a nominate rate.
“There were suggestions to allow vendors to build shops and pay rent to the university. There was also a discussion about opening milk booths within the campus,” said a member.
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nPermission for two new BEd colleges --- Sri Krishna College of Education and Noorie College of Education
nPermanent affiliation to Vijaya, R V Teachers Colleges, Al-Ameen College of education and Sri Sarvajna College of Education
nE-tender for renewal of agreements for shopping complex at Jnana Bharathi
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nThirty BEd colleges which filled even government quota seats, should get approval from government to get their admissions approved and get the results
nA case in which a final year MSc student of SRN Adarsha College wrote old scheme question paper, instead of fresh scheme, has been referred to Appeals Committee
nProf Ambika, HoD of Botany Department, has been asked not to use her powers till the Ramakrishna Committee submits report. The university constituted a committee to conduct inquiry against her following allegations of not following parameters in providing BSR Scholarship