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KLE University, Belgaum, Karnataka
KLE University, Belgaum, Karnataka
Address:JN Medical College Campus, Nehru Nagar
Karnataka, IndiaPin Code : 590010
KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University. KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is also known as KLE Academy of Higher Education and Research Deemed University. KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka was established on / in 13.04.2006.
KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is situated in Belgaum of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is +91-0831-2493777, 2470640.
Contact Person(s) of the KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is (are): Prof Dr PF Kotur, Registrar.
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Website of KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is www.kleuniversity.edu.in, http://www.kahe.edu.in.
Contact Details of KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka are : Telephone: +91-831-2472777, 2493779, 2493781
CoursesNumber of seats in KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka is Science.
KLE University, Belgaum Karnataka runs course(s) in Medical stream(s).
Skin and VD
Radio - diognasis
Obst. & Gynaecology
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentistry and Endodontics
Prosthodontics and Implantology
Preventive and Community Dentistry
Oral Medicine and Diagnosis
1. Entrance into this University is based on PG Medical/Dental All India Entrance Test (PGAIET 2009).
2. Admission invites all the eligible candidates as per MCI/DCI and UGC regulations.
Profile of KLE University
Birth of the University
For KLE, Success is a Journey, not a Destination.
REACHING FOR THE STARS
The KLE Society located at Belgaum (Karnataka) in the land of famous dynasties such as the Kadambas, Yadavas, Chalukyas, Peshwas and of freedom fighter Rani Chennamma, the roots of which can be traced back to year 1916 when seven selfless dedicated teachers (fondly known as Saptarishis) and three patrons (Founders) identified the immense need to create a strong educational base in the neglected areas of North Karnataka & South Maharashtra. This is how the KLE Society was born. Set upon a rare philosophy & fundamental principals of imparting quality education to the needy and the poor, the society has grown tremendously in last nine decades.
Taking in to account the Yeoman services rendered by the KLE society in each and every field of education and also honoring its efforts, the Ministry of Human resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India, on the recommendation of the University Grant Commission (UGC), KLE University was granted the deemed to be University status on 13th April 2006.(Link for Notification)
The great visionary efforts of Dr. Prabhakar Kore MP, Chairman, KLE Society, (ever since 1985 and uninterruptedly till now), has been pivotal in deciding to march ahead in to the new millennium as a University and thereby opening up the unexplored horizons in the field of health education and health care must be acknowledged for ever.
Ever since the establishment of the University there has no looking back regarding the maintenance of the quality of education and also in exploring the new areas in education. A constituent college of KLE University, recognized by the Medical Council of India, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC) is also recognized by the Malaysian Medical Council, and listed in W.H.O. directory of World Medical Institutions. The institution boasts of having committed faculty of eminence and the alumni of the college is well placed in medical colleges/ research institutes, of repute in India and abroad and are considered respectable authorities of their respective subjects which bring pride to the KLE University.
KLE Society was established more than 90 years ago in the year 1916 by seven dedicated Teachers (aptly called as Saptarishis) and three Patrons, which has transformed the educational backward region of Northern Karnataka into a fertile land of education. Presently, KLE Society is successfully running more than 205 institutions in the field of Health care (Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Ayurved, Physiotherapy, Nursing Science), Information Technology, Law and many more conventional and non-conventional disciplines.
The great visionary efforts Dr.Prabhakar Kore,MP, Chairman KLE Society since 1985 have been pivotal in deciding to march ahead into a new millennium as an autonomous University, thereby opening up the unexpected horizon in the field of education.
The KLE University was established on 13th April, 2006 as per the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Notification No.F.9-19/2000-U-R(A) dated 13th April, 2006, under the recommendation of University Grants Commission.
Today the KLE University within three years of its inception has many glorious credentials in the form of its meritorious students, faculty looked upon as peer and much international collaboration because of the dedication and the unending quest for excellence true to the essence of KLE University.
The University offers various Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Post doctoral, fellowship and certificate programs in the faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Ayurveda, Physiotherapy and Nursing. The campus is very rich and vibrant in terms of having impressive infrastructure, renowed and extensively experienced teaching faculty, state of the art teaching hospital and medical research center, having 1820 beds and top notch diagnostic facilities under one roof. The Wi-Fi and digital library, e-learning and other facilities are at par with best campuses of the country and abroad. The University is among very few institutions of the country to boast of the entire campus having Wi-Fi solution for internet access. Another mile stone achieved is the collaboration with MedRC and establishment of Smart Teach server for students to access the high quality E-curricular content so that students can learn at their own pace as supplementary measure to the excellent classroom teaching.
Ever since the establishment of the University there has been constant growth in exploring the new areas in education e.g. the establishment of the institute of Public Health, Institute of Clinical Research, School of Music starting need based fellowship programs in various specialties and the commencement of Ph.D program in health facilities and inter disciplinary research are the new endeavors of the University in the short span of three years of its existence. The existing curriculum is strengthened by integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to meet the changing global demands. University has also incorporated teaching of Indian Constitution and Environmental Studies to Undergraduate students for making them responsible global citizens. To match the concept of Global village of the present era the KLE University has signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) incorporating academic collaborations with ICMR, W.H.O; and several Universities in USA and also in SE Asia.
The University takes a very strict view against any kind of ragging activity and the entire campus is under strict vigil to prevent any ragging activity. The students in the campus are from different countries and different cultures and all the efforts are taken for smooth induction of the students into the campus and for that purpose student orientation programs, language classes for enabling the students to interact with local patients are regularly conducted. Facilities like bank, post-office, pharmacy, gym and indoor stadium, internet access, café, department store, travel booking facilities are provided in the campus itself.
Calendar of events delineating the date of examination schedule and other important curricular events are provided to every student at the beginning of academic session thus enabling the students to plan and pace their studies well in advance.
Remedial measures in the form of feedback from the students, bridge courses for slow learners are a regular feature of the constituent units of KLE University.
The KLE University follows the Goals set in the form of 'VISION 2020' document, which aspires to take the KLE University to far greater heights.
Vission And Mission
' To be an outstanding university of excellence ever in pursuit of newer horizons- To build self reliant global citizens through assured quality educational Programmes'.
• To promote sustainable development of Higher Education consistent with statutory and regulatory requirements.
• To plan and continuously provide necessary infrastructure, learning resources required for Quality education and innovations.
• To stimulate, to extend the frontiers of knowledge, through Faculty Development and Continuing Education Programmes.
• To make research a significant activity involving Staff, Students and Society.
• To promote Industry / Organization, Interaction/Collaborations with Regional National / International bodies.
• To establish healthy systems for communication among all stake holders for vision oriented growth.
• To fulfill the National Obligation through Rural Health Missions.
Dr. Prabhakar B. Kore -Member of Parliament [Rajya Sabha]
Honble Chancellor- KLE University & Chairman- K. L. E. Society, Belgaum
The first Chancellor of the University Dr. Prabhakar B. Kore, who has been the chairman of KLES for the past 25 years , has a very versatile personality and his diverse interests have seen him taking up varied roles in the fields of politics, education, agriculture, co-operative endeavor and community building. Today under his able leadership KLE Society has 204 Institutions, in which 7000 dedicated & motivated faculty is serving and over 75,000 students have enrolled for various courses ranging from Kindergarten to Post-doctoral courses, in traditional, technical & medical educational institutions.
The establishment of an 820 bedded, free (charitable) teaching hospital in addition to the 1000 bedded state of the art super specialty hospital has been the mirror to reflect his great virtues of making KLE Society to be socially accountable and responsible. There can not be any other better way of responding and honoring this great personality, other than naming the KLE Hospital as KLE Dr. Prabhakar Kore Hospital and Medical Research Centre. Apart from having nearly 2000 beds under one roof, (one of the biggest hospital in the country), the hospital has various satellite centers at the neighboring cities viz: Gokak, Jamkhandi, Gadhinglaj, Hubli and Ankola, which are linked to the parent hospital through the telemedicine, thereby facilitating and providing optimal patient care to the community located elsewhere in the periphery. A multi-faceted personality, his diverse interests have seen him take up varied roles.
He is Presently:
Vice-President, Karnataka Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Director, National Federation of Co-operative Sugar Factories, New Delhi (since 1990)
Ex-Chairman, & Director of Shri Doodhaganga Krishna Co-op.Sugar Factory, CHIKODI which received the award for being the Best Co.op. Sugar Factory in South India
Director, INDIAN Sugar and General Industry Export & Import Corporation Ltd., New Delhi.
Director, Rajkumar Forge Ltd., Pune,Maharashtra
Chief Promoter of the Proposed Shivashakti Sugars Ltd. being setup at Soundatti, Tq: Raibag in Karnataka.
Trustee on the Board of Society of Computer Technology & Research (PICT), Pune - an Engineering Institute
President, Lord Basaveshwar Education Society, New Delhi.
Vice-President, All India Private Medical Colleges & Private Engineering Colleges Association, Bangalore.
Working President, Belgaum District Task Force on Total Quality Management in Higher Education.
Member State Level Apex Body (SLAB) - Quality Assurance & Sustenance in Colleges and Universities in Karnataka
- TQM & NAAC Accreditation.
A Member of the All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi.
A Social Activist:
His concern for building social awareness has resulted in him Working in different capacities,
he has been:
President, Reception Committee, All India Veerashaiva Mahasabha's 21st Convention held at Belgaum
Chairman, Reception Committee, 70th Kannada Sahitya Sammelan held at Belgaum in 2003.
Chairman, 5th Akhil Bharat Sharana Sahitya Parishat held at Belgaum in 2003.
Actively promoting the welfare of the farming community through education on growing of commercial crops, dairy farming, floriculture and poultry.
Responsible for establishing District Level Mahila Co-op. Bank, Belgaum.
Instrumental in establishing 8 additional branches of the Ankali Urban Co-op. Credit Society Ltd.
Instrumental in the successful conduct of Karnataka State Special Legislature Session, a historical event, held at Belgaum from 25th to 30th September, 2006.
Conferred Honorary Doctorate by Karnatak University Dharwad, in its 58th Annual Convocation held on 13th February 2008 in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of education.
Recipient of the Life Time Achievement Award for Education, Service and Commitment to Society awarded for the very first time by Veershaiva Samaj of North America in New York.
Recipient of 'Suvarna Karnataka Rajyotsav Award - 2006' for outstanding contribution in the field of education by the Govt. of Karnataka.
Recipient of the 'Outstanding Educationist' of the year 2004 by 'Giants International Group'. This prestigious award was presented by Sri Amitab Bachhan, the icon of the Indian Film Industry.
Recipient of Rotary International Award for his outstanding contribution in the filed of Education and Health Services.
Recipient of Karnataka Sangha, Pune Award.
Recipient of prestigious Aravind Award by Nadoj Pratisthan, Belgaum.
Actively involved in the Karnataka Rang Bhoomi and Natak Academy.
Honoured on 21st December, 2007 by the Kannada Sangh Bahrain, the, Island of Pearls in Persian Gulf, in 'Kannada Vaibhav 2007' at the hands of Shri Balakrishna Shetty, Indian Ambassador to Bahrain.
Dr. CHANDRAKANT KOKATE. M.Pharm, Ph.D , FGAES
The search for a right person to be the first Vice-Chancellor of the KLE University ended with Prof. (Dr.) Chandrakant Kokate who had rich experience of being the Vice-Chancellor of two State Universities viz. Kakatiya University, Warangal, and Nagarjuna University, Guntur, both located in AP. He was President of Pharmacy Council of India for two terms and has also served on various national level committees of NAAC, UGC, and MHRD, of Govt. of India. He has a vision of taking KLE University to greater heights and under his guidance KLE University has undertaken a developmental plan of the University with a long term perspective known as 'VISION 2020' which while encompassing our inherent values, will address the needs of changing times to enable us to become the torch bearers of in the field of comprehensive quality education.
B.Pharm-1967, Nagpur University
M.Pharm-1969, University of Saugar, (Gold Medal)
Ph.D-1972, (Pharm. Sci.)
Post Doctoral Research at Bundesanstalt Fuer Fett Forschung, Germany
Visiting Scientist in Germany (1986) on invitation by DAAD.
Chairman, All Indian Board of Pharmacy, AICTE
Member, National Fee Committee and High Power Committees of AICTE.
President, Indian Society of Pharmacognosy.
Vice-Chancellor, Kakatiya University, Warangal, A. P.
President, Pharmacy Council of India.
President, 50th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress along with Federation of Asian Pharmaceutical Association (FAPA)
National President, Indian Pharmaceutical Association
Vice-Chancellor (FAC), Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P.
Member, Drugs Technical Advisory Board, Ministry of Health and Family welfare, Govt. of India
FIRST PHARMACIST IN THE COUNTRY O BECOME:
Vice-Chancellor of an Indian University
Vice-Chancellor of the Medical (Health) University
Chairman of the Regional Committee of AICTE-(SRC)
Chairman of the Recruitment Board of RAC for DRDO Laboratories, Ministry of Defence,
Govt. of India
Chairman of NAAC/UGC Peer Team
Honorary Colonel Commandant, NCC, Ministry of Defense, Govt of India.
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL AWARDS..
Eminent Pharmacist Award of Indian Pharmaceutical Association.
Five national awards given in Indian Pharmaceutical Congress.
Guided 17 students for Ph.D Programme and 40 students for PG in Pharmacy.
Authored Six Books in Pharmacognosy /Pharmacy.
Published about 115 research papers in National and International Journals.
Chaired 50 Scientific sessions at International Conferences & national Meetings.
Visited over Thirty Countries for Academic collaborations and Conferences.
Prof. (Dr.) P. F. Kotur, Registrar
A University is a place of intense academic activities and pure administrators will not be able to understand the intricacies, intrigues and demands of academics, whereas academic scholars will usually falter in administration. This is the dilemma which most of the Universities face. KLE University has rightly appointed Dr. P. F. Kotur as First Registrar who has over 30 years of professional experience in academic, clinical, research and administrative fields. He is a prominent figure in the field of Anaesthesia, the first Indian to be elected as Executive Committee member of World Federation of Society of Anaesthesiologists, and was the President of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists and also was the editor of national journal, Indian Journal of Anaesthesia (IJA). Presently he is the editor of 'SAARC Journal of Anaesthesia'. His dynamism goes a long way and instrumental in bringing numerous laurels to KLE.
Presently Senior Professor in the Dept. of Anaesthesiology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College & KLES Dr. Prabhakar Kore Hospital & Medical Research Centre
Editor of SAARC Journal of Anaesthesia (2007 - 2010)
Executive Committee Member of World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (2008-2012).
Member of the Publication Committee of World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists for the period 2004 to 2008
President of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists,2007
The Editor of the prestigious National Journal, viz. 'Indian Journal of Anaesthesia', an official publication of 'Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists', for the period 2001 to 2006.
Delivered more than eight Orations of various States, Keynote address at the Chinese National Conference of Anaesthesiologists at Wuhan, China 2007, and has more than 60 publications.
Post Graduate teacher, examiner for various Universities (in India and abroad) and National Board.
Karnatak Lingayat Education Society Every great event, it has been well said, brings one absolute new thing into the world. Such an event was the starting of the K. L. E. Society in 1916 by seven dedicated teachers and three generous patrons. Their mission was to provide education, basically, to the children of the farming community who constitute a significant majority in Karanataka. Though modest and unadvertised was their act, yet it created a sensation in the education history in this region.
The environment today is totally different from the one in 1916, yet the mission of the founder of K.L.E. Society is pursued with the same zeal even after 92 years in the fulfillment of the vision of providing education to the needy in all spheres of human knowledge.
With a strong network of over 207 educational institutions spread in Karnataka, part of Maharastra and even in Delhi, the K.L.E. Society enjoys an unrivalled status in India, especially in the south. To advance the cause of education, the society has employed over 8046 men and women committed to academic excellence, and has over 65,518 students on its roll and Rs.50 billion in assets. Obviously, the K. L. E. Society, today stands second to none. The rush for admissions to all classes and courses right from K.G to P.G., in professional as well as traditional streams of learning speaks of the high standard that the K.L.E. Society has set over the years.
In the functioning of the K. L. E. Society, the true spirit of democracy runs. The management of the society is effectively and ably carried out by the Chairman of the Board of Management consisting of 15 members duly elected as per the constitutional provisions of the Society. The Presidents and Vice-Presidents guide the Chairman while Life Members frame academic guidelines. The financial transparency is maintained through regular audit system.
Apart from institutions of quality education and health care, the society has established the community support programs too. These institutions have earned recognition outside the boundaries of India. The collaborations with Universities abroad in the USA, UK, & Malaysia have added a new flavour to the K. L. E. Society at an international level.
Profile of University
KLE University was established in 1956 under section of the UGC Act. University offers the PG Medical/ Dental courses to the aspiring candidates. University is situated in Belgaum. Admission into this college is completely done on the basis of Entrance Examination and the date of examination 31st January, 2009 on Saturday from 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM.
Headquartered at Belgaum in state of Karnataka, KLE University conducts wide range of courses mainly in medical disciplines. Administered by the Karnataka Lingayat Education Society or KLE Society, it was declared as a deemed to be University under section 3 of the University Grants Commission (UGC) Act, 1956. KLE Society is currently running 160 educational institutions spread over several parts of the country.
Established on 13th April, 2006, the KLE University was formed by a notification of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, on the recommendation of the University Grants Commission. Apart from running educational institutions, the University also runs health care institutions including the super specialty KLE Society's Prabhakar Kore Hospital and Medical Research Centre at Belgaum.
* Faculties of Medicine
* Faculties of Dentistry
* Faculties of Pharmacy
* Faculties of Ayurveda
* Faculties of Physiotherapy
* Faculties of Nursing
KLE University offers undergraduate, postgraduate, post doctoral, fellowship and certificate programmes in the field of Health care. The University has witnessed constant growth by exploring new areas in education viz. the establishment of the Institute of Public Health, Institute of Clinical Research and School of Music.
KLE University has also introduced some need based fellowship programmes in various specialties and PhD programme in health facilities and inter-disciplinary research. The existing curriculum of the University has been redesigned by integrating information and communication technology (ICT) to meet the changing global demands. Expanding its curriculum, it has added School of Music too to its kitty. The University has collaborated with renowned organizations viz. ICMR, WHO and several Universities in USA and also in SE Asia.
KLE University provides facilities like bank, post-office, pharmacy, gym and indoor stadium, internet access, cafe, department store, and travel booking with in the campus itself. It offers a rich and vibrant environment along with state-of-the-art infrastructure, experienced faculty, modern research center, Wi-Fi connection, digital library, and e-learning facilities.
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KLE University, RIPER launch ACCESS 2012 to expand clinical pharmacy servicesKLE Universitys College of Pharmacy, Belgaum and the Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (RIPER), Anantapur, have together embarked on an initiative called as ACCESS 2012 to expand clinical pharmacy services for the benefit of other pharmacy institutions.
The programme ACCESS 2012 was adopted in response to discussion between two pharmacy institutions. The main objectives of this programme was to orient participants in practical aspects of clinical pharmacy and also to impart training for better clinical exposure in par with excellence.
ACCESS 2012 was designed to focus on the current status and need for expansion of clinical pharmacy services for better patient care. The key modules covered were hospital pharmacy management, drug information, patient counselling, pharmacovigilance and clinical research.
India will need a strong pool of medical writers to communicate the outcome of the pharmaceutical and medical technology developments. The demand comes in by the increasing number of assignments in clinical research. The big advantage for India is the vast English speaking qualified work force, according to both KLEU and RIPER.
Pharmacy candidates are the most-sought after for this assignment because of their aptitude for understanding medicine and health sciences. This calls for the need to have a dedicated training to help candidates keen to pursue medical writing as a profession. An important requirement includes the ability to communicate effectively, identify audiences needs ability to gather and integrate data, analyze and interpret the information, stated Dixon Thomas, Professor and Head, from RIPER, Anantapur.
In addition, medical writing training will focus on literature searches, simplify complex concepts, manage time, meet deadlines and master new software programmes. In fact, there are clinical research organizations, hospitals and pharma majors looking for clinically-relevant research background candidates with a having publication record, peer-review-journal involvement, added Dixon.
Delving into the issue of Medication Therapy Assessment and Management, Thomas said that implementation and monitoring of the care plan were important in clinical services. In this regard, he called for a Pharmacists Care Plan which would clearly outline each drug-related problem providing details of all potential drug-related problems. The Plan would also be a recommendation of additional healthcare services from which the patient may benefit, and identification of appropriate risk factor reduction and disease prevention strategies.
Addressing on the issue of supply chain management, Prof. M S Ganachari, Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacy Practice, KLE University, Belgaum, said that only organized and systematic distribution would benefit not just the company but pharmacies and patients. In clinical services, supply chain management was also a critical component.
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