Six Institutions are likely to get approved with the University Status in Karnataka

Six Institutions are likely to get approved with the University Status in Karnataka


Last updated: 21 Jan 2023


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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai in a cabinet meeting announced the approval of the bill to grant the university tag to six institutions in the state. The state government, which had held applications to establish new private universities has now set up to grant the status for six higher education institutions. However, the bill is yet to be tabled in the Belagavi Assembly session.

Out of the 6 universities, 4 are from Bangalore and 1 from Davengere and 1 from Ballari. The universities from Bangalore include: T John University, Karnataka State Vokkaligara Sangha University, Sapthagiri University, Acharya University; G M University from Davanagere and Kishkinda University from Ballari.

With these 6 Universities added, the number of private universities in Karnataka will go up to 30.  However, the total number of state universities include 41 and deemed to be universities include 11.

During September-2022 the Karnataka legislative Assembly passed a Bill amending the Karnataka State Universities Act, 2000 (Karnataka Act 29 of 2001), to constitute new universities such as Bidar University, Haveri University, Kodagu University, Chamarajanagar University, Hassan University, Koppal University, Mandya University and Bagalkot University in the respective district headquarters.

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