Mysore University Allows Law Course Examinations in Kannada | Mysore News

MYSURU: The Academic Board of Mysore University has decided to allow BA LLB and BCom LLB students to take their exams in Kannada. Students have taken exams only in English before.
VC G Hemantha Kumar chaired a meeting on Thursday where the decision was made.
The meeting also decided that the university would find out how Kannada learning materials should be provided to the law school for the students.
The university has also approved various specialist courses tailored to industry needs. The meeting approved proposals for launching courses such as BCA (Cloud Computing and Digital Science), BCA-Internet of Things, Bachelor in Vocational Studies in Digital Architecture, BSc in food processing and quality management, certificate courses in digital health, machine learning, python programming and BBA in aviation management, among others.
The meeting also approved the proposal to maintain the autonomous status of 14 university colleges under the aegis of the university for the next year. These colleges include Maharani’s Science College, Mysuru; SBRR Mahajan First Grade College, JSS Women’s College, JSS Arts Science and Commerce College, St. Philomena’s College, Bharati Autonomous College, Bharatinagar, Mandya; Government Women’s College, Mandya; Government College of Arts and Commerce, Hassan; and College of Government Sciences, Hassan.
“We made several suggestions for these colleges at the time of our visit,” VC Hemantha Kumar said.
The meeting also approved new proposals for gold medals sent by donors.
Students from various hostels in the university staged a protest outside the entrance of the university to demand quality food and the improvement of various facilities in the hostels. The protest was led by the Federation of Dalit Students. The agitators alleged that the halls of residence facilities needed an immediate facelift. They urged university authorities to solve their problems.

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