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Varsity nod to 16 courses

Jamshedpur, March 10: Kolhan University today gave its nod to 16 courses to be introduced in eight different colleges under it.

A meeting of the university’s affiliation committee was held at its headquarters at Tata College, Chaibasa, today. Karim City College became the one to grab affiliation for four new courses, highest from all other colleges. The meeting was attended by the vice-chancellor, pro-vice-chancellor, registrar, proctor and three department head of postgraduate departments.

“Karim City College has received a nod for maximum number of the courses because of its available infrastructure. However, it had also approached for a postgraduate course in mass communication but I think that would take a little more time and would be surely be presented in the next meeting,” said Father Beni Ekka, the vice-chancellor of Kolhan University

Karim City College has got a permission to start MSc (IT), MCA and honours degree courses in Bengali and philosophy. The newly formed Mrs KMPM Vocational College would be able to start BBA, BSc(IT), and BCA. ABM College in Golmuri would also be able to start BBA. Jamshedpur Workers’ College, however, has a permission to start masters in English and mathematics. Ghatshila College will be able to start masters in political science, history, economics. Seraikela College, Chandil College and Chakradharpur College have also got permission to start courses but with a condition that the colleges should run in shifts due to lack of place.

Vocational institutes like BA College of Engineering, RVS College of Engineering and Awadh Dental College have also received their affiliation. The students appearing for examinations in 2011 would answer their exams under Kolhan University.

“We want our students to take up courses they are inclined to. Therefore, we are trying to start some of the common courses which are in demand,” said S.S. Razi, the university registrar.

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