Karnatak University (KUD), Dharwad was established in 1949. It became a statutory University on 1st March 1950. The jurisdiction of the university covers Bagalkot, Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwad, Gadag, Haveri and Uttar Kannada districts. The university is accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with A grade.
There are 5 constituent colleges offering UG and PG courses in science, arts, commerce, fine arts, law and education. The University is part of the UGC-INFONET which affords access to more than 5000 electronic journals for advanced study and research. A large number of students suffer from lack of communication skills and opportunities to develop their personality.
The University has considered the region specifie and community specific needs and has introduced Computer Applications, Environ mental problems and Human Rights, Indian Constitution and Development of Communication Skills and personality as compulsory papers at the UG level Periodic ICT workshops are conducted for students and staff (teaching and non-teaching) to equip them with the skill to access and utilize electronic information.
Campuses of Karnatak University -
Karnatak University campus is spread over about 750 acres of land. The University has 3 PG campuses, at Haveri (42 acres). Gadag (32 acres) and Karwar (6 acres) all of which are district headquarters.
Facilities at Karnatak University -
- Computer Center
- Health Center
- Guest Houses
- Sports & Recreation
Departments at Karnatak University -
- Department of Arts
- Department of Science
- Department of Social Science
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Law
- Department of Education
- Department of Management
Constituent Colleges at Karnatak University -
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