Private University established in Karnataka State by Act No.34 of year 2010
Alliance University celebrates its Second Foundation Day, August 2, 2012
Alliance University celebrated its Second Foundation Day on August 2, 2012 marking the foundation of Alliance University as a Private University established in Karnataka State by Act No.34 of year 2010. In his inspiring address to faculty members and staff members of the University, the Hon’ble Chancellor, Alliance University, Madhukar Angur, shared the vision of the University and stated that as a community of lifelong learners, Alliance University pursues an eclectic and inclusive approach that not only focuses on its key constituents deeply and furthers excellence in teaching and research, but is also committed to take the benefits of education and learning to society at large.
The Hon’ble Chancellor unfolded the intent and the vision of the University to keenly engage itself as an exemplary social citizen through outreach programs in the field of higher education, aimed at leveraging the community of scholars at the University to reach out, mentor, guide and champion exceptional talent from among other sections of society at the local and State level, particularly the less privileged—students, scholars, entrepreneurs and self-help groups, among others. The Hon’ble Chancellor hoped that social outreach initiatives in the field of higher education will serve to build and foster stronger links with key stakeholders in ways that are enlightened, noble and legacy-creating.
The Hon’ble Chancellor in his address also announced updates on the state of the University and made particular reference to the commencement of three new academic units—The Alliance College of Commerce, The Alliance College of Engineering and Design and the Alliance College of Law, which started operations in the present academic year. The Hon’ble Chancellor also alluded to the educational initiatives of the University in expanding to newer areas of higher education by the establishment of other prominent units, viz., colleges and schools in media and communication studies, humanities and social science, the sciences as well as medicine and dentistry, among others.
The Second Foundation Day celebration concluded with a certificate award and distribution ceremony for the winning participants from among the faculty and staff who took part in a number of sports events, held previously in the run up to the foundation day celebrations. Also, students of the University staged a dazzling evening of artistic talent, where they showed the best of music, dance and culture.