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Kolhan University gives approval for new courses

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Jamshedpur : The Kolhan University has given approval to start several new courses at different colleges. The university at its Academic Council meeting at Chaibasa approved proposals to start new courses.
The meeting was led by the vice-chancellor, Salil Kumar Roy along with other members of the university.

The university in the meeting gave green signal to post graduate in political science in Jamshedpur Worker’s College. For Karim City College, the university approved M.A in Urdu and M.Sc in Mathematics.

“We have approved a few courses for Jamshedpur Worker’s College and Karim City college. There are other colleges which have applied for the approval of a number of courses but that has to be looked into. The varsity however aims to add more department at Chaibasa. The proposal for which will be sent to the state human resource development department,” said an official of Kolhan University.

The university in the meeting has proposed for M.Ed in Kolhan University along with a five year law course. The varsity will also send proposal letters for starting Master in Business Administration, M.A in Mass Communication, department of sociology and department of political science in Chaibasa.

The academic council meeting also proposed for a music department at the Graduate School College for Women. However, it has to first look into the possibilities to start the department

The university has asked its constituent colleges to bring improvement in vocational courses that are being taught in the State. Talking to the media the vice chancellor said he is not very satisfied with the response to the courses and there is still room for improvement.

“I have received the feedbacks and will suggest the college authorities to bring improvement in the academic scenario especially job oriented courses. The students must be trained in a way that they are able to grab jobs once they clear their courses,” said the vice chancellor.

The vice chancellor also said the principals must act strict to ensure proper attendance in colleges.
The university that was established in 2009 runs 25 colleges includes 14 constituent colleges, eight affiliated colleges and two minority ones. He extended his warm wishes to the graduating students.

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