Alumni Association urges for permanent VC to Mysore Varsity

Alumni Association urges for permanent VC to Mysore Varsity

Mysuru: The members of the University of Mysore Alumni Association (UMAA) have urged for the appointment of a permanent Vice-Chancellor (VC) to the century-old University of Mysore.

The members made this demand at the Annual General Body meeting of the Alumni Association held at the Crawford Hall recently.

The members unanimously passed a resolution to this effect urging the Governor, who is also the Chancellor of Universities and the State Government to appoint a permanent Vice-Chancellor at the earliest.

“No work is being done in the University since the last 15 months after the tenure of Vice-Chancellor Prof. K.S. Rangappa ended. It is being run only by the in-charge Vice-Chancellors, thus affecting the working of the University as no important decisions can be taken by them. The University has seen many stalwarts who occupied the chair of the Vice-Chancellor right from 1916 when the University was founded. The research and development activities of the University has come to a standstill. Hence, in the interest of the students teaching and non-teaching staff, a permanent Vice-Chancellor must be appointed at the earliest,” said the resolution.

A new team of Executive Committee was also elected at the meeting, who will in turn elect the office-bearers.

University of Mysore in-charge Vice-Chancellor Prof. C. Basavaraju, UMAA President  K. Arakesh and nearly 50 members of UMAA attended the meeting.

April 16, 2018

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Alumni Association urges for permanent VC to Mysore Varsity”

  1. RobinGood says:

    Bloody rangappa is a crook cuz he is selling degree certificates at KSOU and UOM…thatswhy nobody wants to takeover his postiion caus they have to clean up his mess…im filing a lawsuit against UOM…anybody that wants to join, please connect with me at
    See you there
    Robin Good

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