The academic council of Madurai Kamaraj University approves six new courses.

Madurai Kamaraj University has approved program for six new undergraduate courses . Under the choice-based credit scheme (CBCS) semester structure, the courses are BA Cooperation in English and Tamil medium, BCom in Tamil medium, BSc Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence), BSc Computer Science (Cloud Computing and Cyber Security), and BSc Computer Science (Animation and Game Designing) The curriculum for the PG Diploma in family therapy with a non-semester structure had

MADURAI (MKU): The academic council of the Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU) has approved the program for six new undergraduate (UG) courses to be offered by non-autonomous affiliated colleges of the university from the academic year 2022-23.Under the choice-based credit scheme (CBCS) semester structure, the six courses are BA Cooperation in English and Tamil medium, BCom in Tamil medium, BSc Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence), BSc Computer Science (Cloud Computing and Cyber Security), and BSc Computer Science (Animation and Game Designing).The curriculum for the PG Diploma in family therapy with a non-semester structure had been approved by the relevant board of studies and submitted to the academic council for consideration.During its meeting on Friday, the academic council also accepted a recommendation for the inclusion of six UG courses in English, Tamil, Commerce, Business Administration, Mathematics, and Psychology in the university departments.

Dr R Ganesan, one of the academic council members, requested that the university website house the syllabus for MKU certificate and diploma courses, and that the university consortium be contacted to accelerate the central valuation process for UG courses, to which it was replied that the process was ongoing for both.In the NIRF rankings 2022, MKU vice president J Kumar identified that the university received the 52nd and 88th place respectively for university and overall categories.He said that many new initiatives, such as teaching Tamil for non-Tamil speakers and classes for understanding French, German, and Japanese, certificate courses in gold and jewelry, joint ventures with railways, large open online courses, etc., are being offered to students to benefit students.