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MANGALURU: In a transfer aimed toward ushering in fiscal restraint in its numerous monetary transaction, Mangalore University will henceforth adopt GAP analysis of its funds, funds estimates and revised funds estimates. Such a step is important given that exterior sources of investment to universities - be it from central or state executive sources is on the decline, necessitating better internal monetary discipline and useful resource mobilisation.

Announcing this at maiden educational council assembly that he chaired for the instructional yr 2019-20 on Wednesday, P S Yadapadithaya, vice-chancellor mentioned complete budgetary means of the college from conceptualisation of tasks to its execution can also be tightened to ensure effective utilisation of available funds. This will help the college prioritize its building works and also make certain effective utilisation of funds at its disposal, he mentioned.


With gasoline being a major part in college's expenses, VC mentioned he'll additionally adopt gasoline audit. Log books shall be duly maintained for every car registered with the college and cars starting along with his professional car be fitted with GPS. Hitherto practice of logging 'for professional function' in the log e book while requisitioning office cars shall be discontinued and streamlined to file precise function for which a car is used, he mentioned.


The car allotment officer shall be empowered to be sure that there's due justification for meting out cars beneath the college's motor pool for the very function for which it has been requisitioned, he mentioned. Assuring the council that the second professional car allotted to the VC shall be strictly used for professional and not non-public functions, Yadapadithaya mentioned he'll lead the charge on fiscal discipline prematurely and set an instance for others.


Likewise, the college can even adopt a structural audit and try to optimally utilise the available infrastructure at its disposal, a transfer that may help plan for long term infrastructure needs. Aimed at ushering in systemic changes, a think tank of stakeholders - previous and provide shall be arrange for a purely advisory function. This think tank can even faucet into revel in of the stakeholders with a view to mobilise funds for college's myriad needs, he famous.


Plans also are afoot to convert the college's PG centre at its Mangalagangothri campus in to an eco-friendly campus, he mentioned, including the college can even significantly push rain water harvesting not simply on the PG campus, but additionally in its constituent schools. "We will also direct our constituent and autonomous colleges to go in for rain water harvesting in a systematic way so that the university too can make its contribution in this regard," he mentioned.

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