St Aloysius College and St Agnes College staged protest against Mangalore University

9:23 PM, Tuesday, August 10th, 2010
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Mangalore : The students of St Aloysius College and St Agnes College (Autonomous) organized a silent procession from Jyothi Circle and staged a protest in front of DC Office on August 10, Tuesday against the action of Mangalore University denying admissions to the students of these two autonomous colleges to Post Graduate courses in Mangalore University and its affiliated colleges.

Speaking at the protest, AM Narahari, registrar of Evaluation of St Aloysius College, said that the Mangalore University has issued a circular to all its Post Graduate Departments and to those affiliated colleges with postgraduate programmes to deny admission to those students whose examination schemes are not on par with the scheme of the University.

He also said that students of our colleges with different examination schemes will be deprived of the opportunity to be eligible for Post Graduate programmes of the University and its affiliated colleges.

All the misters will join the hands to get the justice. The lecturers and students power must not lose until gain justice, he added.

Roseveera, lecturer of Political Science, St Agnes College, said that St Agnes College was given the centre for excellence by UGC out of 200 colleges in Asia, but now the Mangalore university has not made any attempt to understand the concept of autonomy as a national policy practiced all over India.

The university is creating hurdles at every stage in the implementation by the citing certain irrelevant technical reasons, hence they must put an effort to shape the future of the students, he said.

Later the memorandum was submitted to the Governor, Chief Minister, Higher Education Minister, Union Minister for Human Resource Development and Chairman of UGC through DC V Ponnuraj.

St Aloysius College and St Agnes College  protest


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