Karnataka

Prof T C Shivashankara Murthy Appointed Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University


Bangalore, Mar 2, (DHNS) : Prof T C Shivashankara Murthy, former professor of Botany, University of Mysore, has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University by the Governor H R Bhardwaj, as per the Karnataka State Universities Act, 2000 and as the Chancellor of Universities of Karnataka. 

According to a notification from the Governor, the tenure for the post of Vice Chancellor will be four years or till he attains the age of 65.

Prof Shivashankara Murthy succeeds Prof K K Achary, senior most Dean, Faculty of Science and Technology at Mangalore University, who was appointed as the acting vice-chancellor with effect from January 12, 2010. Achary took charge as the in-charge as interim measure after Prof K M Kaveriappa retired from the post of varsity VC. 

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  • Dr. B.E. Rangaswamy, Davangere,

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    He is an excellent academician. He is an authority in Genetics. Overall he is good human being. Let university reaches great heights during his tenure as VC of Mangalore3 University

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  • siddappa, dudda

    Fri, Mar 5 2010

    Excellent decision by the governor in appointing Prof. Talakad as VC of mangalore university. Who will be next VC on May 16th to Kuvempu university??

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  • Govinda, Bangalore

    Fri, Mar 5 2010

    Talakad Murthy would be the best VC ever. Good luck to prof. Murthy.

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  • Dr. Mohan Singhe, Mangalore

    Wed, Mar 3 2010

    Its good that, our honorable Chancellor and governor of the Karnataka state has appointed an academician, well deserved, and efficient administrator Prof. T. C. Shivashankar Murthy as the Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University. We the teaching community, wish him all the best for his 4 year tenure.

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  • Dr. Keshavaraj, Edison/New Jersey/USA

    Wed, Mar 3 2010

    Prof. B. Thimme Gowda, a well known academician and administrator actually deserved the position of VC. Very disappointed to learn that Prof. Gowda was not appointed for this coveted responsibility.

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  • Dr B M Kumara, mandya

    Tue, Mar 2 2010

    Congratulations, Prof. Shivashankara Murthy. I hope you will have a successful tenure in mangalore university. all the best

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  • Prof. yathirajan, mysore

    Tue, Mar 2 2010

    Good luck and all the best to prof. T. C. shivashankara Murthy

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  • Anoop, Udupi

    Tue, Mar 2 2010

    When will they give B.Com Convocation Certificates ..! I am waiting for it since Jan'2010 as I need it for my job in Abroad..!

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  • Sampath Kumar H.C, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 2 2010

    Its not a good decision. Its injustice to Prof.Thimme Gowda who is known to for his administration and academic activities as well.

    I condemn the decision of our honorable governor who rejected his name in the initial days .

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  • J.W.Lobo, Kulshekar/Bangalore

    Mon, Mar 1 2010

    Congratulations, Prof. Murthy. I hope you will have a successful tenure in my native place.

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