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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…

Open Varsity VC expects 30,000 admissions
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Open Varsity VC expects 30,000 admissions

Mysuru: Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) Vice-Chancellor Prof. D. Shivalingaiah has said that the Open University hopes to admit 30,000 students for its 17 courses that are granted permission by   the University Grants Commission (UGC). Speaking to SOM, the VC said that the KSOU issued notification for admission to the courses on Aug.27, setting Oct.1…

KSOU VC lodges Police complaint against Hindi Professor
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KSOU VC lodges Police complaint against Hindi Professor

Mysuru: Driven to the extreme by the unprofessional behaviour of his colleague, a Professor in the Hindi Department, Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) Vice-Chancellor Prof. D. Shivalingaiah, was forced to lodge a Police complaint against him. According to the complaint with the Jayalakshmipuram Police (a copy of which is available with Star of Mysore), Hindi…

KSOU VC confident of getting recognition in a week
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KSOU VC confident of getting recognition in a week

Academic year likely to begin from third week of July Mysuru: All decks are being cleared to see that Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) gets recognition to offer all non-technical courses from the current academic year. Except LLM Course, the 32 courses which KSOU has sought permission to start, are likely to get University Grants…

KSOU Recognition Row: Hopes hinge on new UGC Chairman
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KSOU Recognition Row: Hopes hinge on new UGC Chairman

Mysuru: Here is some hope for lakhs of students who are caught between the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) and the University Grants Commission (UGC) that has derecognised the former for violations of guidelines. KSOU Vice Chancellor Prof. D. Shivalingaiah has met the newly-appointed UGC Chairman Prof D.P. Singh to resolve the standoff and according…

No word from UGC on recognition: KSOU VC Prof. D. Shivalingaiah
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No word from UGC on recognition: KSOU VC Prof. D. Shivalingaiah

Mysuru: Even as the two-week deadline set by the Karnataka High Court to the UGC (University Grants Commission), asking it to grant re-recognition to Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) for offering non-technical courses ended yesterday, the KSOU is yet to hear any word from the UGC on the matter. The High Court, while hearing a…

KSOU fate hangs in balance: Special Board of Management meets
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KSOU fate hangs in balance: Special Board of Management meets

Mysuru: Amidst growing concern regarding the future of lakhs of students studying in the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), following de-recognition of courses, the Special Board of Management (BoM), met here this morning and decided to upload the application online for 2018-19 on the University Grants Commission (UGC) website by this evening and file a…

Panel to look into fake marks card racket: Doubts about the Committee as both VC and Registrar on leave
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Panel to look into fake marks card racket: Doubts about the Committee as both VC and Registrar on leave

Mysuru: KSOU has constituted a 12-member teachers’ committee to look into admission, marks card printing, valuation, coding and decoding, custodians of confidential papers and convocation. In an agreement with a Mumbai-based company IEM the work was entrusted to them in 2013. However, nearly 60,000 to 70,000 marks cards printed by them has been cancelled as…

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