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Google to Digitise 800,000 Books at Mysore Varsity

e of higher education in India, was founded by the then Maharaja of Mysore Sri Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV in 1916.

It is the first university of Karnataka and currently 122 colleges are affiliated to it with a total strength of nearly 55,000 students, in graduation, post-graduation and research levels.

However, the vice chancellor did not spell out the exact timeframe of the project. "It's a tough job and we could not spell an exact timing of its completion."

Elaborating on its utility, Prasad said they would allow students, scholars and historians from all over the country to access the knowledge base.


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