Central varsity to offer course in law

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B.P.Sanjay.Photo:B.Velankanni Raj
B.P.Sanjay.Photo:B.Velankanni Raj

Central University of Tamil Nadu in Tiruvarur has taken steps to introduce a course in law for which it has been holding discussions with National Law School, Bangalore, said B.P.Sanjay, Vice Chancellor, here on Friday.

He told presspersons that an integrated B.Sc, B.Ed course would be introduced soon.

M.A in media and communication would be rolled out for which a state-of-the-art studio would be set up.

The university would conduct the entrance examination for admissions into eight central universities in the country in Tiruvarur this year.

"The State and the Central government have been showing keen interest in developing the university. So far, we have received Rs.200 crore as fund, and we have done optimum utilisation of the fund," he said.

The campus of the university is coming up at Nagudi and Neelakudi village, five km from Tiruvarur. "In all probabilities, we may move into the campus by next year – 2013," he said.

The university is also involved in teaching English and mathematics to school students in the district in a cluster approach. mental health and M.A .in social sciences are other courses contemplated.




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