“A Need of Massive Progress in Education at Vijayapura District’’
Vijayapura District has its own historical heritage and economic importance because it is one of the biggest districts in Karnataka State. It was ruled by many dynasties like Chalukya, Rashtrakuta, Bahamani, Adil Shahi, Vijayanagara, Maratha, etc., It has hundreds of monuments and world famous artistic structures built in the period of ruling of those dynasties. The district also has many famous Educational Institutions, well versed Schools and Colleges, popular Universities and very talented Teachers. Even though the district has all these facilities and opportunities, it is lagging behind in the field of Education. The ‘Nanjundappa Commission’ identified Vijayapura district as “a backward district in the field of education” and recommended the Government of Karnataka to give an order for the establishment of more Educational Institutions in the district and for its improvements. This research paper emphases on the need of massive progress in education at Vijayapura district.
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