PhD courses in MGU soon
Addressing the officials in the first senate meeting held at meeting hall of Arts College of the varsity, the professor said that the varsity secure B...
Nalgonda: Mahatma Gandhi University (MGU) vice-chancellor Prof Khaja Altaf Hussain on Thursday informed that the varsity would soon introduce PhD programme.
Addressing the officials in the first senate meeting held at meeting hall of Arts College of the varsity, the professor said that the varsity secure B Grade from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of University Grants Commission recently.
In the erstwhile Nalgonda district, as many as 191 colleges have been affiliated to the university. Plans were afoot to conduct convocation of the university very shortly, he informed. Executive Council, Academic Senate, Finance Committee and Planning &Monitoring Boards were putting all out efforts to develop the amenities and worthwhile education in the university.
Newly-constructed library building of the university would be inaugurated within a week, he informed. Commissioner of Collegiate Education Vani Prasad, vicechairman of State Council for Higher Education Mallesham, former vice-chancellors of different universities Prof Baghyanarayana, Prof Siddiqi, Prof Thirupathi Rao, Prof Katta Narsimha Rao, Mahatma Gandhi University Registrar Dr Umesh Kumar, university executive council members and principals of the affiliated colleges participated in the meeting.