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Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga, Karnataka
Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga, Karnataka
Address:2nd Floor, Karya Soudha
Gulbarga University Campus
Gulbarga (District Gulbarga)
Karnataka, IndiaPin Code : 585106
Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga Karnataka is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Central University.
Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga Karnataka was established on / in 2009.
Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga Karnataka is situated in Gulbarga of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Gulbarga comes under Gulbarga Tehsil, Gulbarga District.
Fax # of Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga Karnataka is 08472-272066.
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Website of Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga Karnataka is www.cuk.ac.in.
Contact Details of Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga Karnataka are : 08472-272066, 264323
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CUK to hold own entrance testThe Central University of Karnataka (CUK) will do away with the Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to courses offered by it, and hold its own entrance test instead.CUK Vice-Chancellor A.M. Pathan and Pro Vice-Chancellor Chandrashekar told presspersons here on Wednesday that the decision was taken to help students from Karnataka get a major share of seats. Besides, the dates were fixed to ensure that the counselling could be held after the results of examinations conducted by other universities were announced.
Prof. Pathan said the all-India entrance test for CUK would be held at Gulbarga, Bangalore, Mysore, Belgaum, Hubli, Mangalore, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Thrissur, Thiruvananthapuram, Solapur, Pune, Delhi and Kolkata on July 8. The results would be announced from July 17 and the academic session would begin on August 1.
Notification of admission to integrated M.A. and M.Sc. programmes, and the BBA programme, as well as postgraduate and research programmes, would announced on May 7.Prof. Pathan said CUK had decided to waive the tuition and hostel fees for girl students with annual family income of less than Rs. 4.5 lakh.
CUK would introduce four new courses — M.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc. (Mathematics), Master of Computer Applications and a postgraduate course in Applied Geology with Geoinformatics. CUK also decided not to offer M.Phil. courses from this year, in line with the University Grants Commission mandate that did away with the exemption of NET for M.Phil. graduates to take up teaching jobs in undergraduate courses. As per the new guidelines, NET or Ph.D. with coursework and external valuation is compulsory for taking up all teaching assignments.
Prof. Pathan said classes in the ensuing academic year would be held on the new campus coming up near Kadaganchi village in Aland taluk of Gulbarga district, on the inter-State highway connecting Waghdhari and Ripponpalli. The administrative and academic blocks would be ready by June-end. Accommodation for teachers would be ready by then and the hostel for students partially ready, he added.
proposal submitted to UGCVice-Chancellor of the Central University of Karnataka (CUK) A.M. Pathan on Wednesday said the varsity had submitted a proposal to the University Grants Commission (UGC) seeking Rs. 1,600 crore for starting new courses, improving infrastructure and strengthening the existing courses. The CUK has submitted a proposal for starting a school of medicine and a hospital. It is being considered by the UGC, he told presspersons here on Wednesday. New schools
Prof. Pathan said the other new schools to be started include schools of chemical engineering and biological sciences. He said the proposal also included the construction of new blocks, hostel buildings, guesthouses and accommodation for staff. He said that it would take some time for the UGC to take a final decision on the proposals.
During the last three years of the 11th Plan period, CUK was allocated Rs. 217 crore, of which a major portion has been utilised for construction of the universitys permanent campus at Kadaganchi village in Gulbarga district, Prof. Pathan said.
During the academic year 2012-13, CUK will start two new schools in physical sciences and computer sciences. Besides, the Department of Geology has started a school of earth sciences that will offer M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes, he said.
Central University offers free PG courses for girlsCUK Vice Chancellor A M Pathan told mediapersons here on Wednesday that though the Central government or the University Grants Commission has no such policy, the university’s executive council approved the policy to extend higher education facility for free to girls whose family income doesn’t exceed Rs 4.5 lakh a year.
He said the eligible candidates will be exempted from tuition fee and hostel room rent. However, he said, the seats would not be reserved for girls, except those specified as per the law: 15 per cent for Scheduled Castes, 7.5 per cent for Scheduled Tribes, 27 per cent for OBCs and migrant students from Kashmir.
Admission from May 7
Admission to the courses will begin on May 7 and the last date for submitting filled-in applications is June 25, Pathan said.
The varsity will hold the All India Entrance Exam on July 8 at 14 centres in Gulbarga, Bangalore, Mysore, Belgaum, Hubli, Mangalore ( in Karnataka), Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Trichur, Trivandrum, Solapur, Pune, Delhi, and Kolkata. Results will be declared on July 17. Classes will commence on August 1, he said.
The university had conducted the entrance exam previously in association with other newly established central universities while this time it has not collaborated with any of them.
Abour 400 students will be admitted to different courses. However, it has cancelled MPhil, as the new norm of the UGC stipulates that a Ph D candidate should do a one-year course, making MPhil degree redundant, Pathan said.
Instead, the university has introduced new programmes - MSc in Physics, Mathematics, Geology and Geoinformatics, Master of Computer Applications. The intake for each course will be 30.
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