KSOU controversy continues to haunt students

Mysuru, March 22:- Students of Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) have written letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Ramanath Kovind and other leaders, requesting for accreditation to KSOU.

They have also written letters to the Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court and Supreme Court about the burning issue.  They also warned that they would stage a door-to-door campaign requesting the public to vote for NOTA in the assembly election if the KSOU doesn’t get accreditation. Six lakh students and their families have decided to vote NOTA in the election. The alumni association of KSOU is creating awareness regarding NOTA in the social media. (MR/KS).

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