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KSOU to introduce new courses from 2019-20
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KSOU to introduce new courses from 2019-20

B.Sc, M.Sc, BSW, MSW courses and Ph.D programme from next year Mysuru: Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) has decided to start additional under-graduate (UG) and Post-Graduate (PG) courses under Open Distance Learning (ODL) programme from the academic year 2019-20. A decision to this effect was taken at the Board of Management (BoM) meeting chaired by…

Minister assures Valmiki Study Centres at UoM, KSOU
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Minister assures Valmiki Study Centres at UoM, KSOU

Mysuru: State Higher Education and District Minister G.T. Devegowda  (GTD) assured that he would make all efforts to get Valmiki Study Centres at both University of Mysore (UoM) and Karnataka State Open University (KSOU). He was speaking after inaugurating Valmiki Jayanti celebrations organised by District Administration and other Departments at Kalamandira in city yesterday. The…

Open University gets new Director – Admissions
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Open University gets new Director – Admissions

Mysuru: The Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) has appointed former Deputy Registrar for Examinations and Assistant Professor for Ancient History Shalva Pille Iyengara as the new Director (Admissions) to streamline the process. Shalva Pille Iyengar will hold the additional charge, as per the order of VC Prof. D. Shivalingaiah. According to sources at KSOU, the…

UGC recognises KSOU’s pending 15 programmes
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UGC recognises KSOU’s pending 15 programmes

Mysuru: Here is some good news for students of Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) as University Grants Commission (UGC) has awarded recognition for pending 15 programmes.    Speaking to reporters at his office in KSOU campus this morning, KSOU Vice-Chancellor Prof. D. Shivalingaiah, along with Registrar B. Ramesh and Dean of Faculty Jagadeesh, said that…

UGC likely to give recognition for 15 more courses: KSOU VC
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UGC likely to give recognition for 15 more courses: KSOU VC

Mysuru:  KSOU Vice-Chancellor Prof. D. Shivalingaiah exuded confidence that UGC, which turned down offering 15 other courses, is likely to give recognition for the same in a day or two. Speaking to Star of Mysore, he said when he met the UGC Chairman recently at New Delhi he had promised to give recognition for these…

UGC approval for remaining 15 courses in a week: KSOU VC
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UGC approval for remaining 15 courses in a week: KSOU VC

Mysuru: The Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), which at last got recognition from the University Grants Commission (UGC) last month to run 17 non-technical courses for a period of five years from 2018-19 to 2022-23, is likely to get recognition for the remaining 15 Open Distance Learning (ODL) courses within a week, said KSOU Vice-Chancellor …

At last, KSOU re-opens its doors to lakhs of students
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At last, KSOU re-opens its doors to lakhs of students

Mysuru:  There is good cheer all round the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) campus on Hunsur Road as the premier Open Distance Learning (ODL) centre in the country is at last opening its doors again to the lakhs of students to pursue their degree and post-graduate degrees. The University has at last got recognition to…

Admissions to KSOU starts from first week of September
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Admissions to KSOU starts from first week of September

Mysuru: After a long three-year lull, the academic activities have begun at the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) and the admission process for 17 courses will either begin next week or in the first week of September. Speaking to SOM here this morning, KSOU Vice-Chancellor Prof. D. Shivalingaiah said that there are already enquiries pouring…

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