The University of Mysore has been ranked 36th under the universities ranking declared by the NIRF.
Addressing a press meet here in the city on Tuesday, In-charge Vice Chancellor of University of Mysore, Prof Dayananda Mane said, “It is a moment of satisfaction as the NIRF declared the 36th rank for the varsity in the university category and is also ranked 57th in the overall category from among 3,300 institutions.”
Director of UoM’s Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Board (PMEB), Prof Lingaraja Gandhi, who was also the nodal officer for providing data for the ranking surveys, said that the UoM scored well in three of the main five parameters namely, graduation outcome (93.17 marks); outreach and inclusivity (53.51); and teaching and learning resources (41.59).
Speaking on the staff crunch at varsity, Registrar R Rajanna said that the problem of staff crunch will soon be addressed. The government has permitted to recruit 205 faculty members including 55 backlog posts. Notification for the recruitment process would begin once the VC is appointed,” he added.