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Updated: August 18, 2013 16:48 IST

Integrated engineering at CUK

T V Sivanandan
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Vice-Chancellor of Gulbarga University S.S. Murthy. Photo: Arun Kulkarni
Vice-Chancellor of Gulbarga University S.S. Murthy. Photo: Arun Kulkarni

Students to study the basics of all the wings of engineering courses at the UG level and choose the specialisation at the PG level.

The Central University of Karnataka is offering a unique integrated five-year B.Tech.-M.Tech. programme.

Even the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have not so structured the integrated course to provide training in general engineering at the undergraduate level. Hence, the student will have to choose a specialisation at the beginning of the course.

S.S. Murthy, Vice-Chancellor of the University, has authored the course details which provides an opportunity for the students to study the basics of all wings of engineering at their undergraduate level and choose the specialisation at the postgraduate level.

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