09-23-2014, 07:48 PM
University of Kerala was established as a university in the state Travnkur Travnkur (now part of southern Kerala) and some parts of the neighboring state of Tamilnadu princely previously in 1937 during seven decades as the University of Kerala grew and shrunk physically and transformed itself in many ways. Difficult to summarize what the University of Kerala in a short distance. The origins may be closer to the University of these two institutions of modern learning in Kerala, the University College, Thiruvananthapuram and Trivandrum Observatory. Initially founded University College Maharaja Land in schools in seven rsquo free Maharaja Theronal in 1834, with Mr John Roberts. Miesonara director Christian school, and soon grew into a college in 1866, affiliated to the University of Madras. When the University was founded Travnkur, became departments of the college university departments, only to switch back again when the transformation happened to the University of Kerala in 1957, the University College still retains its relationship with the university such as colleges and its affiliates. Founded in 1838 Trivandrum Observatory was internationally reputed scientist, John Caldecott FRS as the first director of her. It became part of the University Travnkur, but for some time was administered as an independent government. It is now the oldest institutions of the University of Kerala. Travnkur University was established in 1937 from the issuance of "Maharaja Travnkur", Sri Chitra Theronal Ppalarama Varma who was also the first Chancellor of the University. Sir C. P. Ramaswamy Ayyar, then the Office of State (Minister) was the first Vice-Chancellor. He was prominent scientists and enables an administrator. He said that the government made an unsuccessful attempt to invite Albert Einstein to be the first Vice-Chancellor. It was modeled after the university today's best universities in the United Kingdom, and even retains some of these features. But the evolution of the university system Avillating to be different from the college system in British universities.