Thursday, August 20, 2015

PUASA against plan to cut VCs’ tenure

LAHORE, Punjab University Academic Staff Association (PUASA) has reported a progression of dissent exhibitions in the event that any synopsis or proposition to lessening administration length of open part colleges' bad habit chancellors (VCs) is considered.

In a press discharge issued on Sunday, PUASA acting president Prof Dr Abid Hussain Ch and Secretary Dr Mahboob Hussain said a few administrators were supposedly attempting to deceive the boss pastor on the issue of the VCs choice, colleges administration and now VCs residency. They said any such move would be responded in most grounded conceivable means. "This is an intrigue against long haul scholarly and research arrangements of colleges, rather the administration ought to consider PPP proposition to cut gatherings residency from 5 years to 4 years," they included.