‘It’s a challenge to restore students’ trust’

The biggest challenge for the Karnataka State Open University will be to win back the trust of students, who are anxious after the University Grants Commission (UGC) de-recognised the university in 2015.

Speaking to
The Hindu
, Vice-Chancellor D. Shivalingaiah said: “Once the recognition is back, it will be a morale booster for us and will restore the trust among students in us. UGC’s consent will itself act as a confidence building exercise. After going through years of scrutiny and fulfilling all conditions, I don’t think there is anything to doubt about and students can keep confidence on the university.”

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