The regulations of the various courses recommended by the Panjab University (PU) Regulatory Committee will be tabled at the next meeting of the University Senate
Regulations for the various courses recommended by the Panjab University (PU) Regulatory Committee will be tabled at the next meeting of the University Senate.
The same will apply to the regulations for the Bachelor of Pharmacy (B Pharma) and the Master of Pharmacy (M Pharma) under a choice-based credit system (effective from the 2017- 18) governed by the Pharmacy Council of India, Masters in Hotel Management and Catering Technology (MHMCT) and modification of eligibility criteria for Masters in Nuclear Medicine.
The recommendations of the regulatory committee also include the change of nomenclature from the five-year integrated course (hons school) in social sciences to the five-year integrated course in social sciences (BA hons + MA) from the 2019-20 academic session and the amendments / additions in regulation 3 for MBA (pharmaceutical management) and MBA (hospital management).
The expansion given to the University Committee Against Sexual Harassment (PUCASH) by Vice-Chancellor (VC) Raj Kumar will also need to be ratified in the Senate. The VC, in anticipation of Senate approval, has extended the term of the current Internal Complaints Committee, headed by Professor Promila Pathak until September 30, 2022.
The senate will also take up the issue of financial aid from the Student Aid Funds to eligible applicants from academic departments and those from the University School of Open Learning (USOL) for the 2021-2022 session.
In addition, the recommendations of a committee constituted by the VC, concerning the signatures of the president and the doctoral thesis director, will also be raised in the senate.
The UP senate is due to meet on April 26 with four items for consideration, seven items for ratification and 27 items for information on its agenda. The supplementary agenda for the Senate meeting was distributed to members on Sunday.
PU Professor to Represent ICCR Hindi Chair at Italian University
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Chandigarh: Protesting locals derail demotion campaign
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NCR Wins 8 All India Railway Boxing Championship Medals
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