All the students of Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University (CSJMU) are almost certain to be burdened with the new semester. The university administration is going to increase the examination fee by 25 percent. Examination fees of all courses will be increased as soon as the permission is received from the government, but there will be no change in tuition fees. This information VC Prof. Neelima Gupta gave. Said, Lucknow University has an examination fee of Rs 4000 while in Kanpur only Rs 600. He also informed about his three years of achievements and said that this university is not to be given only as a degree, but to make it a success.
Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University (CSJMU) Vice Chancellor Prof. Neelima Gupta said in press conference on Thursday that due to Corona, many projects are in the pipeline, which are being completed gradually. LLM and Biotech courses are funded. Soon engineering, pharmacy and management courses will also be given. The final seal of governance remains. 38 new permanent teachers will be appointed in the university, which has been allowed. This is the first university in the state to open Happiness Center and Yoga Center.
The swimming pool could not be started due to Corona, which will be operational this time. There is a preparation to conduct national meet in a pool built on national standards. He said that the university will have to make efforts to increase the income according to its expenses. The end of the affiliation of the four districts could lead to economic crisis. There is a rule in the new education policy to bear one’s own expenses. A floor will soon be built in the examination hall of 1000 seats in the university. This 500 seater floor will be completely digital, in which online exams will be conducted. Under the self-sufficient Kanpur, 4000 needy have been registered and now the registration of the industry is going on. The university will soon have two more centers of excellence. Preparations are also on to start LLB part time. On this occasion, Dean Academic Prof. Sanjay Swarnakar and Registrar Dr. Anil Kumar Yadav were present.