Karnatak College Dharwar

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Coordinates: 15°27′10.7″N 74°59′52.6″E / 15.452972°N 74.997944°E / 15.452972; 74.997944 Karnatak College of Arts and Science,[1] Dharwar (1917) is one of the leading institutions in Karnataka, India offering B.A., B. Com. and B.Sc. degrees. KCD is the oldest college affiliated to Karnataka University, Dharwar. [2]


Originally it belonged to University of Mumbai. G.S. Paramasivaiah was a student of the Nobel-laureate Sir C. V. Raman was the first Principal of the Karnatak Science College, which was initially part of the college.

The former principals[edit]

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  1. ^ - Karnataka College , Dharwar
  2. ^ "Constituent colleges". Karnataka University. Retrieved May 28, 2013. 

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