University of Mysore
A public state university named the University of Mysore is located in Mysore, Karnataka, India. The University was established when Krishna raja Wadiyar IV was Maharaja of Mysore. The University is accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) for providing online and on-campus higher education degree programmes.
The official opening took place on July 27, 1916. The Maharaja of Mysore served as the institution's first chancellor, while H. V. Nanjundaiah served as the institution's first vice-chancellor. First established in Karnataka, sixth in India, and headed by a non-British government, the University was also a first for the nation. The University Grants Commission gave its status on March 3, 1956, and became an independent state university of the affiliating type.
The Mysore University Library also has 2,400 journal titles, 100,000 volumes of magazines, and about 800,000 books. The main campus includes male and female dormitories, an auditorium, a theatre, and a swimming pool. As of July 2013, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council gave the University of Mysore accreditation with a "Grade A." (NAAC).
In 2005, Dalhousie University of Canada, IIIT, Bangalore, and three U.S. universities joined forces to develop the International School of Information Management. ISIM is home to academicians from these collaborative institutions.
It was established in 2004 as the Third Sector Research Resource Center (TSRRS). The centre's primary objective is to "undertake and encourage interdisciplinary studies and research in the field of civil society," with the secondary aim of creating and providing diploma and master's programs in managing non-profit enterprises.
The University's Department of Law and Mysore University School of Justice have combined (MUSJ). To raise the standard of legal education in Karnataka, MUSJ has developed a program leading to a degree in law as part of the University's effort to provide five-year integrated courses to create professionals with in-depth knowledge. An MoU was signed by the University of Mysore and the Institute of Astrophysics to construct a planetarium in Mysore.
Admission and Courses
It provides a variety of U.G., PG, M.Phil. And PhD courses in addition to P.G. Diploma courses in several areas. The institution also provides distance learning programs in several subjects via Mysore University DDE and regular classes. Visit the Mysore University website to fill out the application, which can be submitted in person or by mail.
Fees and Eligibility
Library: In the library, there are more than 7,000,000 books. Currently, it subscribes to 20 newspapers, 24 popular magazines, 16 international journals, and more than 225 Indian periodicals. Around 15,000 reports and government publications, 20,000 dissertations and these 150,000 bound editions of journals, 350 microforms, 40 audio and video cassettes, 38 video cassettes, more than 50 CDROMs, and 50 multimedia C.D.s on a variety of topics, including National Geographic and the Britannica Encyclopedia, are all included in the collection.
Hostel: The University has four hostels for women and seven for men. There are two international hostels with a combined 90 rooms for students from abroad, each with a balcony overlooking the lovely Kukkarahalli Lake. The separate rooms have a desk area, internet access, a kitchenette, adjacent bathrooms, and closed-door chests for securing personal items. The Hostel also includes two computer laboratories and a sizable dining hall/kitchen complex. Every Hostel offers standard amenities, such as water purifiers, shared spaces, entertainment rooms, mess halls, T.V.s, laundry facilities, security and surveillance systems, etc. Students enrolled in diploma, or certificate programs are not entitled to hostel accommodations.
Boys Hostel: 2371 beds
Girls Hostel: 922 beds
Sports Complex: Badminton Court, Cricket Ground, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Volleyball Court, Wrestling Hall, Gymnastics, Table Tennis, Weight Lifting, etc.
Labs: Chemistry Lab, Computer Lab, Electronics Lab, Physics Lab, Food Science Laboratory, Multimedia Laboratory, etc.
Awards and Rankings
In 2021, Mysore University was ranked 34th overall and 19th across universities in India by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF). The University of Mysore first participated in the competition in 2017, finishing 36th in the University category and 57th overall.
Among the University's prominent alumni are the cartoonist R. K. Laxman, the businessman N. R. Narayana Murthy, the world-renowned philanthropist Sadhguru, the Chief Justice of India M. N. Venkatachaliah, and the former Head Election Commissioner of India T. S. Krishnamurthy.