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Placement they offer very less private companies only come and 5 or 6 company only come and they also pick only few students
January 13, 2021: Karnataka High Court has, today, sought response of the state government on the issue of a plea filed against Vishveshwarya Technical University. The university had earlier scheduled offline end semester exams, starting from January 18, 2021. Earlier, VTU students
125 Students of VTU have challenged the decision of the University to conduct offline examinations this year at the Karnataka High Court. Read why this move agitated the students. As per the plea, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has issued a notice to hold first-year exams and su
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) declared the withdrawal of the circular on establishing technical hubs allied with a private company named Rnurays Technologies Pvt. Ltd. for engineering colleges. VTU Registrar A.S. Deshpande on December 21 stated in a circular that the vars
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has scheduled the end-semester exams from January 18, 2021, albeit in offline mode. However, students are concerned about COVID-19 spread and have demanded VTU and affiliated colleges to conduct the exams in online mode. Students are worried that return
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has recently announced their decision to make 10 of their BE courses which are not on-demand equivalent to their peer courses which are on a huge demand. Following the decision made by VTU, BE in industrial production and engineering, automobile enginee
On Thursday, the High Court of Karnataka instructed the Visvesaraya Technological University (VTU) to reconsider the feasibility of holding an online examination as an option, in addition to an off-line examination for the students, while at least trying the examination at a special opportunity.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Visvesvaraya Technological University had launched an online application system for the first time to facilitate the application process for candidates. However, due to a technical malfunction, the VTU website’s server crashed a number of times maki
Visveraya Technological University (VTU) officially announced that it will conduct backlog exams for UG and PG programs in offline mode. The decision has come up when the state is facing rising coronavirus cases every day. VTU declared that students who have to clear arrear papers or have to
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