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Speaking to The Hindu here on Wednesday after participating in an interactive session on the introduction of semester courses in degree classes from the next academic year, Mr. Coutinho said the MoU would fetch the university over Rs. 1 lakh a year. This would help in the improvement of facilities at the Nandhalli PG centre. Many undergraduate students from Bellary and Koppal districts participated in the session.
On the Bellary postgraduate centre (VIMS), he said a bus would be provided for MBA students. They would also be permitted to construct an auditorium with funds provided by the alumni association. A women's hostel would also be constructed for MBA students.
He said Gulbarga University would start English-medium B.Ed. colleges at Gulbarga and Raichur (both self-financed). He said he was happy that UGC had increased the financial assistance for the university from Rs. 3 crore to Rs. 4 crore.
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