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Mangalore University Syndicate Halts Live Streaming of Meetings

Mangalore University involved in scam
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In a significant decision, the syndicate members of Mangalore University have opted to discontinue the live streaming of syndicate meetings, effective immediately. This decision comes following the syndicate meeting held on Feb 2, which notably did not have a live telecast.

The move to halt live streaming marks a departure from the previous practice introduced in December 2022, under the initiative named ‘Sushasana’, aimed at enhancing administrative transparency in higher education institutions and universities.

Mangalore University had been actively live streaming syndicate and academic council meetings as part of this initiative. However, the recent decision reflects a shift in approach, with concerns raised about potential misinterpretation of university proceedings, particularly in light of the Enforcement Directorate raid related to a multi-crore recruitment scam.

“We did not want the public to get the wrong message about the university. It will resume based on the decision of the syndicate body,” emphasized a syndicate member. Despite attempts to seek clarification, PL Dharma, the vice-chancellor of Mangalore University, was not available for comment at the time of reporting.

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