Bangalore: Dravida University was established in 1997 at Kuppam in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Located on the borders of the states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, it has Dravidian language disciplines such as Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Tulu, as well as Dravidian related disciplines related to history, folklore and science.
Thus the Andhra Pradesh University is run with the financial assistance of the Governments of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. It has been reported that the Tamil department at Dravida University is in danger of closing down.
When inquired about this in the Tamil sector, he said, “Tamil MA, MPhil and PhD courses are being taught here with the financial assistance of the Tamil Development Department of the Government of Tamil Nadu. 30 students per year can be admitted in the MA course. College for MA Tamil students. Everything is free, including tuition, tuition, exam fees, accommodation, and meals.
Because this university is overseas and is a full-time course Student Admission Is declining year by year. Apart from this, due to the lack of transport facilities, if you study Tamil abroad, will you get a job in Tamil Nadu? Students are reluctant to join here due to suspicion.
Initially enrolling 15 students a year, the number of students has now dropped to less than 5. M.A. In the Tamil course Student Admission The administration has warned that without it, there is a risk of closing down the Tamil sector. Therefore, students from areas close to Bangalore, Kolar Goldfields, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri and Tirupati should join here.
Environmental change is needed
Nilavan, a Tamil activist from Bangalore, said, “Dravida University is close to the Kolar Goldfields in Bangalore, so most of the students study there.