Karnatak University (Karnatak University)

 

Karnatak University

 

The Bombay legislature of the erstwhile Bombay Presidency established Karnatak University through the Karnatak University Act 1949. It became a statutory University on 1st March 1950. The jurisdiction of the University covers Dharwad. Gadag, Haveri and Uttar Kannada districts. It has several Post Graduate centres. The University (888 acres) is offering courses in the faculties of Arts, Commerce, Education, Law, Management, Science and Technology and Social Sciences. There are 47 PG Departments, 224 teachers and 4500 students (PG, M.Phil., PhD). The girl students constitute 47% of the total strength. Including PG Diploma, M.Phil and PhD Courses. 6% of the students are from outside the State. There are 5 constituent colleges offering UG and PG courses in science, arts, commerce, fine arts, law and education. There are 21 hostels in all, including a working women’s hostel and ladies hostels. Over the last 60 years, the number of affiliated colleges has increased from a mere 34 to more than 250. The University has its own High School (University Public School) since 1964. Which meets the practice requirements of the B.Ed College of Karnatak University. The University provides wide options ad choices – 50 PG Courses, 4 advanced diplomas and 28 diplomas, 11 certificate courses, 26 M.Phil., and 42 PhD programmes. including an integrated course in Master of Tourism Administration, e-Commerce, M.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship). M.Sc. (Applied Genetics). M.Sc. (Biotechnology). M.Sc. (Computer Science), M.Sc (Microbiology). MBA (CBCS), MBA (evening programme), MBA (International Business), MCA, P.G. Diploma in Bank Management P.G. Diploma in Risk Management and P.G. Diploma in Animation and Graphics.