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‘Visually challenged deprived of reservations in Govt. Institutions’
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‘Visually challenged deprived of reservations in Govt. Institutions’

Mysuru: The reservations provided in the Constitution for visually challenged persons unfortunately is not being implemented by many institutions under the government, regretted University of Mysore former Vice-Chancellor Prof. S.N. Hegde. He was speaking after inaugurating the Audio Books and one-day workshop on Online Library for Visually Challenged Students organised by University with Potential for…

‘Equip students with employable skills and make them job worthy’
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‘Equip students with employable skills and make them job worthy’

Mysuru: “Colleges should equip students with employable skills and make them job worthy,” said Prof. S.N. Hegde, former Vice-Chancellor, University of Mysore. He was delivering the valedictory address of the Student Parliament, Prathibha Puraskar and farewell function to Final Year Students at SBRR Mahajana First Grade College here recently. Addressing the gathering of students and…

‘Rediscover, Reorient and Reinvent NSS,’ says Prof. S.N. Hegde
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‘Rediscover, Reorient and Reinvent NSS,’ says Prof. S.N. Hegde

Mysuru: The NSS-Empanelled Training Institute (NSS-ETI) for Karnataka, University of Mysore, has organised  the 4th  batch of Training for NSS Programme Officers of different Universities and Directorates of Karnataka at the National Centre for History of Science (NCHS) building in Manasagangothri here. Prof.S.N. Hegde, former Vice- Chancellor, University of Mysore, who inaugurated the programme on…

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