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Governor to be approached again for more teachers

DEVI AHILYA Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) would once again approach Governor Dr Balram Jakhar for sanctioning appointment of teachers in self-finance courses run by various institutes of the university.

india Updated: May 08, 2006 13:56 IST

DEVI AHILYA Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) would once again approach Governor Dr Balram Jakhar for sanctioning appointment of teachers in self-finance courses run by various institutes of the university.

The decision to approach the Governor and State Higher Education Department was taken on the basis of a letter written by Education Secretary (Government of India) Sudeep Banerjee to the Chief Secretary of the State on April 26 in this regard.

This and other decisions including holding a three-day international seminar on Guru Granth Sahib were taken in a meeting of the Executive Council (EC) held under the chairmanship of Vice Chancellor (V-C) CS Chaddha yesterday.

Regarding the examination for the syllabus for the Sanskrit Oriental courses it was informed that as per the University Act of 1973 the University could not conduct the exam.

Therefore, the recommendations of the permanent committee of education council were approved. However, the education council taking a decision in favour of the students stated that if another university were to conduct the examination, DAVV would give permission to the Government Sanskrit Degree College to hold the same.

The State Sanskrit Board would prepare the examination paper and the university would just act as a facilitator to the process.

The Council gave permission for giving the university auditorium for a three-day international seminar on Guru Granth Sahib starting from December 24. The seminar would be conducted for the first time in Indore after being held recently in Amritsar.

Accepting the recommendations of the building committee the council sanctioned Rs 3.25 crore for the construction of new buildings for the School of Economics and Department of Commerce at a cost of Rs 3.25 crore. again for teachers’ appointment

The academic session of 2006-07 would see an increase of 30 seats for the MCA and MBA (MS) courses at IIPS. A three-member review committee has been formed to decide on cases of cheating.

The committee would be headed by IIPS Director Dr PN Mishra and would include Dr Shubha Vaidya and MKHS Gujarati Girls College Principal Dr Ramesh Mangal as members.

The council has reappointed retired professor and former head of Mathematics Department Dr PK Sharma.

The autonomous status of Government Degree College, Dhar has been increased up to a period of 2010-2011. The EC also decided to implement a pension policy for its employees on the lines of the one started by the State Government for its employees through a directive issued on January 1, 2005 asking them to contribute towards a fund forming their pension.


First Published: May 08, 2006 13:56 IST