Mangalore University Stops Taking New Admissions For Distance Education Courses: This is a Bad News

Mangalore University Stops Taking New Admissions For Distance Education Courses: This is a Bad News

The Mangalore University has stopped taking new admissions for distance Education Courses for first year courses after the State government issued a notification which offered the exclusive right of conducting Open and Distance Learning courses to Karnataka State Open University in Mysuru.

The 40-year-old Mangalore University launched its Distance Education Courses in 2004. The university offered BA, B.Com and BBA courses and post-graduate courses in Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, English, Kannada, Hindi, Commerce and Tourism Administration.
The University has about 4,500 students, which included undergraduate, post-graduate and B.Ed students in second and third year undergraduate and second year post-graduate. Vice-Chancellor of the university P.S. Yadapadithaya told that Mangalore university has decided not to challenge the notification issued by the government in court. Once the centre is closed, the university will suffer a financial loss of ₹6 crore per annum, he said.

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