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AMU Executive Council to finalise panel of five for new VC on April 12

Monday April 02, 2012 08:38:56 PM, Special Correspondent

Aligarh: The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Executive Council (EC) decided in its meeting held today in New Delhi to call a special meeting on April 12, 2012 to draw a panel of five names for the new Vice Chancellor.


The panel of five will be then put before the University Court in its meeting to be held on April 15 for further discussion.


The University Court will then recommend a panel of three names to the President of India as the Visitor of the University for her final approval to one name.


The decision was taken in the EC meeting held today at the India International Centre, New Delhi. It was presided over by the Visitor Nominee EC member, Prof. A. M. Pathan, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga.


The meeting was attended by 16 members. The meeting held in a cordial atmosphere decided not to take any policy making decision until the appointment of a permanent Vice Chancellor.


The meeting also decided to carry the routine work of the University during the interim period. The present members agreed to hold the meeting of the Executive Council on regular basis.

Regarding the issuing of degrees to the passed out students, it was decided that provisional degrees might be issued to the needy students since it was no feasible to issue degrees in the absence of a permanent Vice Chancellor, the authorized signatory.

The idea of constituting a committee of members of the Executive Council to carry the routine work of the University was dropped in the absence of a consensus on the motion.


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