The Students of Karnataka State Gangubai Hangal Music and Performing Arts University, who are yearning to seek after Phd degree, are a mitigated parcel as the powers have chosen to begin the method for enrollment and also recognizable proof of aides.
This will be the first group of understudies to do Phd from the college, which was created in 2008.
Registrar Y S Siddegowda said, the college has produced a choice to this results at a gathering hung on Saturday. A Phd Review Committee â€” with Vice-Chancellor Sarvamangala Shankar, Registrar siddegowda, Registrar (Evaluation) M S Shekar and educators Srilatha, Vasuki and Ramanaiah as parts â€” had been shaped for the reason.
The college had welcomed applications from understudies for the doctoral degrees the years 2010-11 and 2011-12. There are a sum of 22 understudies, who were chosen to do Phd degree and they have finished Course Work classes in the year 2012. Notwithstanding, from that point forward, there has been no advancement.
Among the 22 understudies, two were chosen for the year 2010-11 and the rest in the accompanying year. Consequently, the seniors have paid an expense of Rs 11,000 while the younsters have paid Rs 1,000 each.
Jummanagowda Patil, a music instructor with Morarji Desai Residential School at Varakodu, Varuna hobli, Mysuru taluk, said, he had showed up for the passage exam in 2010 while acting as an issue time Hindustani traditional music teacher in the same college. He is local of Kustagi in Koppal locale.
A postgraduate in Hindustani Music, from the Dharwad University, Patil said, if the powers concerned had made essential strides, he would have very nearly finished the proposal at this point. â€œwe were made to go to Course Work classes alongside our younsters. On the other hand, I am cheerful, at any rate now, the powers have taken some positive steps,â€ he included.
N A Latheef, a postgraduate in Drama, from Davangere, said, he bought the application on July 11, 2011, showed up for door exam on August 8, got comes about on August 12, selected on August 22 and showed up for Course Work exams on February 26, 2013, after fruition of the six-month Course Work classes.â
â€œBut, after that, I have been sitting tight for further process. We had submitted a few memoranda to the college powers. Presently, we are glad that there is some progress,â€ he said.
G Shakuntala, who has selected for a doctoral course in Hindustani traditional music, said, she was content as all endeavors of voyaging the distance from Savanur, in Gadad locale, to Mysuru for the course, would finally bear fruits.