The newly established Central University at Tiruvarur is likely to offer 130 post graduate courses from the academic session scheduled to commence from May this year. This was announced by B. P. Sanjay, Vice-chancellor of the university. He held discussion with Collector M. Chandrasekaran and Principals and Professors of nearby colleges on Tuesday.
'Admission to the courses will be given on the basis of entrance test followed by an interview,' said B. P. Sanjay. Classes will begin from the first week of May. Economics, social science and science subjects would be thrust areas of the university. It would be a centre of higher learning and research oriented.