New Delhi: The first central university in Ladakh, which will also have a centre on Buddhist Studies, has been given a nod by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The university will offer degrees in all courses ranging from liberal arts and sciences. The move comes before the first anniversay of the parliamentary enactment that led to the creation of Ladakh as a union territory, a report by Hindustan Times stated. Also Read - 40 Gangsters Party in Delhi's Dwarka to Celebrate Release Of Fellow Criminal, Get Caught

However, medical and engineering education won’t be offered at this university, the report added. Also Read - Indian Health Experts Take Russian COVID-19 Vaccine With Pinch of Salt

The prime minister gave his approval during a meeting which took place on Monday, to review decisions taken over the past one year in Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. Also Read - What is 'Airgasm'? Know About The New Word in COVID-19 Vocabulary That Is Going Viral

In 2019, PM Modi had launched the University of Ladakh, the first-ever varsity in the Ladakh region. “Ladakh now has first cluster university comprising degree colleges of Leh, Kargil, Nubra, Zanskar, Drass and Khaltsi,” Modi had said after the inauguration of the varsity.