More about Central University of Karnataka
The Central University of Karnataka (CUK) has been established by an Act of the Parliament (No. 3 of 2009) at Kalaburagi, Karnataka. It is one of the 16 new Central Universities established by the Government of India during the UGC XI Plan Period to address the concerns of ‘equity and access’ and to increase the access to quality higher education by people in less educationally developed districts which have a Graduate Enrollment Ratio of less than the national average of 11%.
The University is located in the Gulbarga region of Karnataka which was the place of social reformation movement of the great 12th Century saint, Basweshwara. The University Logo signifies ‘Tree of Life’ which adheres to the policies of Peace, Harmony and Humanism.
The University has a 654 Acre campus and it has been claimed that CUK is the first central university to move to its permanent campus in a short time as compared to other universities. The objective includes to integrate the components of teaching, research, innovation and training and skill development and excel in providing the students with a worthwhile dual degree, postgraduate and doctoral programs.
The University offers courses in the following domains: