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Kannur University

Kannur University was established in 1996 to provide development of higher education in Kasaragod, Kannur, and Wayanad districts of Kerala, India. It was established after the passing of Act No. 22 of 1996 of the Kerala Legislative Assembly. A university by the name of "Malabar University" had come into existence even earlier by the passing of an ordinance by the Governor of Kerala, on 9 November 1995.

Kannur University was inaugurated on 2 March 1996 by E.K.Nayanar, then Hon. Chief Minister of Kerala. Dr.P.K.Rajan was the first Vice-Chancellor. The objective of the Kannur University Act, 1996 was to establish in the state of Kerala a teaching, residential and affiliating university to provide for the development of higher education in Kasargod and Kannur revenue Districts and the Mananthavady Taluk of Wayanad District. Kannur University is a multi-campus university, at Kannur, Kasargod, Mananthavady, Payyannur, Thalassery, and Kanhangad.
Academic Campus:
Kannur University is unique in the sense that it is a multi-campus university with campuses spread over at various locations under its jurisdiction.  The Act envisages that the University shall establish, maintain, manage and develop campuses at Kannur, Kasaragod, Mananthavady, Payyannur, Thalassery, Kanhangad and such other places as are necessary for providing study and research facilities to promote advanced knowledge in Science and Technology and other relevant disciplines.
Research:
Kannur University is unique in the sense that it is a multi-campus university with campuses spread over at various locations under its jurisdiction.  The Act envisages that the University shall establish, maintain, manage and develop campuses at Kannur, Kasaragod, Mananthavady, Payyannur, Thalassery, Kanhangad and such other places as are necessary for providing study and research facilities to promote advanced knowledge in Science and Technology and other relevant disciplines. Kannur University Central Library is also a recognized Research Centre of Kannur University. At present 150 (22 Full - Time and 128 Part - time)  scholars are doing their research work at Kannur University Central Library in various subjects such as History, Sanskrit, Statistics, English, Sociology, Economics, Malayalam, Urdu, Music and Hindi. So far 48 scholars were awarded PhD.
 

The following is the list of articles by scholars from Kannur University that are published in OMICS International journals.

The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Kannur University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.