Monday, April 5, 2010

Land for Central varsity identified

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After a protracted search and much wrangling at different levels lasting over a year, the government has zeroed in on 166.32 hectares of land mostly in Karinthalam village of Kasaragod district to establish the headquarters and campus of the prestigious Central University of Kerala.

The university, currently functioning out of a rented building, has been struggling to take off in the absence of its own premises. It has also not been able, so far, to avail itself of the massive Central funding on offer for establishing its headquarters and other infrastructure.

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