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More funds promised for Ambedkar varsity

Staff Reporter

Foundation Day celebrated

SRIKAKULAM: Roads and Buildings Minister Dharmana Prasada Rao assured that the government would release additional funds for the development of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar University which was striving hard to get funds from University Grants Commission.

Good progress

Participating as a chief guest in the university's foundation day celebrations, the Minister said the university achieved good progress in the last three years.

Srikakulam MP Killi Kruparani expressed concern over the standards of the Indian universities as none of them was listed in the top 100 universities of the world. She said the changes were required for the Acts that were passed to govern the Indian universities.

The university Vice-Chancellor S.V. Sudhakar said the Ambedkar University's could get national recognition within no time by organising many programmes.

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