LAHORE, Punjab University's College of Information Technology (PUCIT) Principal Dr Mansoor Sarwar was concurred another chance of hearing by the varsity's Syndicate as he couldn't turn up when the college's top statutory body talked about the case alluded by the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Saturday.
PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran led the meeting. Dr Mansoor Sarwar's sibling presented an application to the Chairman Syndicate alongside a therapeutic endorsement issued by the Mayo Hospital Deputy Medical Superintendent that Dr Sarwar was admitted to the Mayo Hospital Lahore.
Giving a nitty gritty preparation looking into the issue, Additional Registrar-I Dr Kamran Abid told the Syndicate individuals that the seat of teacher of software engineering was publicized in 2007 in which the said terms and conditions were against the University Calendar. He said that Dr Sarwar professedly did not have the imperative number of distributions distributed in diaries and his application was likewise fragmented wherein experience authentications were never joined.
Extra Registrar-I additionally said Dr Sarwar was dwelling in the college free of expense professedly against the standards.
In the interim, PU Syndicate endorsed the proposals of Selection Board and suppressed eight fake degrees. The Syndicate additionally affirmed the regulations with respect to Professor Emeritus and yearly report of the college. The Syndicate demonstrated fulfillment over the panel's working for the agreement arrangement of employees.