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Shivaji varsity’s Salunkhe moves on to Rajasthan

DNPUN12498 | 3/9/2009 | Author : Mohsin Mulla | WC :134 | Education & Careers

He will be the first vice-chancellor of the central university there

Vice-chancellor of Shivaji University (SU) Manikrao Salunkhe will be the first vice-chancellor of the Central University of Rajasthan (CUR).
Salunkhe, who received the news of his appointment on Saturday, has resigned from the university. He will take up the new responsibility soon.
Salunkhe’s tenure at the SU was to end on June 10, 2009. Sources said that he was selected from 1,700 applicants. Meanwhile, the director of Board of Colleges and University Development (BCUD) AA Dange has been appointed as the vice-chancellor in-charge of the SU.
Salunkhe was felicitated at a farewell arranged on campus. It was presided over by Shrimant Shahu Chhatrapati.
Dange credited the university’s expansion to Salunkhe. “His vision
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