Activists warn of stern action if Karnataka State Open University mess is not sorted out
They told reporters here on Tuesday that if the University Grants Commission(UGC) did not resolve the crisis before February 15, they, along with students, would seize the UGC headquarters in New Delhi.
Ramachandregowda said that KSOU has completed all formalities for renewal of affiliation and all documents have been submitted. Even the Karnataka high court has issued directions to the UGC on this matter, but the UGC is not ready to renew the affiliation. “KSOU is a university set up for poor students. But, UGC is playing with the future of these students,” he alleged.
“On January 25, black flags will be shown to both Amit Shah and Javadekar who are scheduled to attend the valedictory of the Parivarthana Samavesha,” he said.