Davangere University was established in 2009. The university is one of the youngest affiliating type of universities in Karnataka. Davangere University prior to its establishment functioned as a Post-Graduate Centre of the University of Mysore from 1979 to 1987. Later, with the establishment of Kuvempu University in 1987, the P.G. Center came under the jurisdiction of the new university due to its geographical location and hence functioned as its P.G. Centre from 1987 to 2009. It has 20 Post-Graduate Departments of Studies and Research on the main campus offering 22 Post-graduate Programs and a few Diploma Courses. It has five faculties. The university is accredited by AICTE and approved by UGC.
The university has 112 Colleges affiliated to it in total, with one Constituent College and one Autonomous College, offering Graduate and Post-Graduate programs in various disciplines catering to the educational needs of more than 60,000 students. The focus of the university is to have an inclusive approach towards enhancing the access, equity and quality in higher education. The mission is to strengthening the academic advancement with the global competitiveness and to provide congenial ambience on the campus.
Campus of Davangere University -
The university is located at Davangere is very well connected by road and railways (with a distance of 265 kms road, and 327 kms by railways) from Bangalore, the state capital of Karnataka. Shivagangotri, the main campus of the University is located at about 10 kms from Davangere on SH-76 (Biruru-Sammasgi) off NH-4 (Pune-Bangalore) at Bada Cross and is about 60 kms from Chitradurga. The sprawling 73 acres campus is free from pollution and hustle and bustle of the city.
Facilities at Davangere University -
- Sport Facilities
- Health Care
Departments at Davangere University -
- Departments of Arts
- Departments of Commerce
- Departments of Education
- Departments of Science
- Departments of Fine Arts
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