St Aloysius College clarifies

 
In a press release issued by Mangalore Jesuit Educational Society (MJES) Secretary Rev Fr Leo Pereira, he stated that the Mangalore University had been requested to grant affiliation for the proposed postgraduate courses after getting the approval of the Statutory Bodies of the College six months in advance and the Government of Karnataka had also directed the university to grant affiliation.

“It is highly regrettable that the (inspection) committee visiting the college after almost two years has recommended to de-recognise the courses as reported in the press with an opinion that regular, qualified teachers have not been appointed, facilities have not been provided, and standard has been diluted,” he said.

Stating that the College has no intention to flout the Statutes, Regulations and Rules of the University, Fr Pereira appealed to students, parents and the general public not to be carried away by such malicious propaganda.

“The management will do everything possible through appropriate platforms to find solutions for all the issues,” he said.

He also stated that the University Grants Commission (UGC) has recognised the college as “College with Potential for Excellence”.

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