Davangere University likely to revamp Course Structure
S. Indumati, Vice-Chancellor, Davangere University, has said that the university is thinking of revamping the course structure from the next academic year and introduce new subjects that suit the needs of the districts that come under the university.
She was speaking to presspersons after inaugurating an induction process for the five subjects being introduced by the Chitradurga Post Graduate Centre at SRS College here on Monday.
In the coming days, more courses would be introduced based on the requirement.
She said that in the absence of a laboratory, the university was not in a position to start a Science course. Prof. Indumati said that the university had written to the Government to appoint the required number of staff for the postgraduate centre here.
With regard to the centre, she said that a master plan of the building was being drawn up and it would be implemented from the next academic year.
The university has no fund shortage as the Government had been releasing the required amount of funds.
“To start a full-fledged centre, we will be first focussing on constructing the required number of classrooms, hostels and rooms for administrative works. We want to start the course at the new university building at G.R. Halli village by the next academic year,” she said.
She said that land had been registered under the name of Governor who is the chancellor of the universities in the State.
To a question, Prof. Indumati said that the university would lay emphasis on improving the quality of education.
She said that under a special scheme for the development of backward regions, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has granted Rs. 5 crore to the university.