Vice Chancellor’s Message
Everyone’s life has been impacted by COVID-19 in several ways. Our faculty, staff and students had to move all our classes online as per the directives we received from the State and Central governments and our accrediting body—the University Grants Commission (UGC). CVVians showed incredible resolve. They doubled up and showed their mettle. We successfully completed our semester, including the announcement of the results by 5 June. This is a remarkable achievement because UGC has extended the deadline up to end of September 2020 to accommodate all universities and colleges. I am so proud of my faculty, staff and students.
At CVV, we focus on learning. Learning is the goal of teaching. A teacher teaches with the intention that students will learn. The teaching will continue until learning takes place. Therefore, one can say that ‘teaching is not about teaching at all. It is about learning!’ CVV is a place where we have such a student-centric understanding of teaching-learning.
CVV programmes are a blend of a rigorous UGC approved curriculum with plenty of options to pursue several other interests through a variety of minor courses offered. Core courses provide the students with the necessary training in their subjects and Elective courses provide the students’ breadth in their subject as well as in allied topics. CVV also offers proficiency courses which equip students with marketable skills and improve their value in the job market. Besides, students also take courses in life skills such as Yoga, Meditation and Seva.
The holistic education provided in CVV will prepare you for both—to make a good living, as well as to live well. Come, let us begin this journey together!
Prof. Nagaraj Neerchal