Karnataka CM to inaugurate Mysore University Schools of Engineering and Pharmacy buildings

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will also inaugurate the Maharaja College Grounds Youth Festival, which was organized as part of Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav, marking the 75th Independence Day celebrations.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will also inaugurate the Maharaja College Grounds Youth Festival, which was organized as part of Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav, marking the 75th Independence Day celebrations.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai visits the Manasagangotri Campus of Mysore University on August 11 to inaugurate the newly constructed buildings and other facilities developed by the University.

He will inaugurate the Youth Festival on the grounds of Maharaja College, which was organized as part of the Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav, marking the 75 e Independence Day celebrations

The CM will visit the School of Engineering and the Department of Computer Science on campus to inaugurate the new building and new facilities. Other newly constructed buildings and facilities would be inaugurated during the program to be held on the grounds of Maharaja College.

Vice Chancellor G Hemantha Kumar told reporters in Mysuru on August 9 that the chief minister would inaugurate the facilities developed by the university at 11 a.m. He will be accompanied by Minister of Higher Education, IT and BT CN Ashwath Narayan. Mysuru District Minister ST Somashekar and Kannada actor Yash will be the guests of honour. The Vice-Chancellor will chair the program.

Professor Kumar said the building of the engineering school, which was launched in 2021, has been named “Technology Bhavan”. It is inaugurated by Mr. Bommai, with the building of the hostel, and the official launch of the engineering courses.

The Basaveshwara Study, Research and Extension Center building is also inaugurated by the Chief Minister.

The new building of the School of Pharmacy will also be inaugurated. Other buildings to be inaugurated by Mr. Bommai include the Golden Jubilee Building of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, the first floor of the Department of Geography, the renovated hall of the Department of Computer Science, the exit of ‘Grantha Nidhi’ delivers, and the launch of the Career Hub’s professional and skills-based courses.

Prof. Kumar said Kannada Music Director Arjun Janya will perform for over an hour after the inauguration of the Youth Festival at the grounds of Maharaja College.

The VC said the Mythic Society has partnered with the University to restore manuscripts at the Oriental Research Institute. A sum of ₹1 crore is spent on digitization of manuscripts.

Responding to questions, he said the university is waiting for permission from the Pharmacy Council of India to start B.Pharma courses at the new School of Pharmacy.

Regarding engineering courses, Prof. Kumar said that 189 students were admitted in 2021. This year, all 300 places are expected to be filled.

Registrar R. Shivappa was present.

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