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Gulbarga varsity ties up with YGen

YGen Management Consulting, a education services provider, has announced the launch of undergraduate and postgraduate degree/diploma/certificate programmes of Gulbarga University in the outreach mode across India.

One of the key features of these “Outreach” programmes is that they ensure students are provided with an opportunity to study specialised courses in full-time mode at academic institutions approved by the Gulbarga University. Certain courses including MBA and MCA are pre-vetted by various regulatory bodies when offered under this scheme, a release said.

The mode of instruction will be full time and the nature of the degree will be in regular mode as per the statute and the approval of the University Syndicate. Students successfully completing the programme shall be awarded degree / diploma/certificate. The students enrolled through approved ‘Authorised Partner Institution' will undergo their courses in full time or can be subjected to fulfilment of credit hours prescribed by the University and will be granted a degree certificate at par with regular students of Gulbarga University.

The release said that YGen is in the process of identifying Outreach Partner Institutions in India and abroad for the current academic year and so far over 25 institutions of national repute have signed up with the University.

Dipankar Choudhury, CEO and Managing Director, YGen, said, “We are glad that YGen is the official exclusive partner of Gulbarga University for providing and promoting its Outreach Programmes in India and beyond. These programmes will definitely provide access to millions of students who are deprived of quality regular university degrees due to capacity constraints in colleges in India and thereby contribute to the GER (Gross Enrolment Ratio) and employable talent pool for the global market. ”

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