Kundapur: Byndoor MLA Gururaj Gantihole thanks Mangalore varsity VC for reducing fees of marks card

Silvester D’ Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, May 26: Byndoor MLA Gururaj Gantihole has thanked Mangalore University vice-chancellor for having reduced the fees on marks list of six semesters for students after his tweet. The university used to charge a total of Rs 10,800 for the marks cards of six semesters.

The MLA said that the vice-chancellor has helped thousands of students by reducing the fees. I thank university vice-chancellor Yadapadithaya. “New society can be formed by value-based education. Education should be affordable for rural students,” he said.

The university which responded to the tweet by the MLA has reduced the fees by Rs 500 on each subject. It has helped the students. Providing justice to students within 15 days after he became the MLA has made the students community glad.

MLA Gururaj Gantihole held the first progress review meeting.

“You should realise your duty and responsibilities and work when you are in government service. You should help in the growth of Byndoor by creative ideas and projects for ordinary people,” warned Byndoor MLA Gururaj Gantihole.

He was speaking at the progress review meeting of officials held at Byndoor town panchayat auditorium on Friday morning.

Public grievances were received on the occasion. IAS probationary Sathish, Kundapura tahsildar Shobhalakshmi, Byndoor taluk panchayat chief executive Bharati, Byndoor tahsildar Srikanth Hegde, block education officer Manjunathan M G and various department officials were present. 




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