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At a press conference here on Saturday, the all-India vice president of AIDSO, B. K. Rajagopal, alleged that the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) had been set up by the UGC to privatise the education sector totally.
"The colleges that receive NAAC accreditation will have to convert to autonomous colleges in time and the system of affiliation to universities will end," Mr. Rajagopal said.
The State Government was sounding the death knell of higher education in the State by letting self-financing colleges give admission on the basis of quotas and capitation fee, he alleged.
About 200 delegates from Kerala will participate in the 6th all-India students' meet being organised by AIDSO in Bangalore from January 9 to 12.
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