University Senate

The Senate is the principal overall decision-making organ in respect of all academic matters of the University and it is responsible for the academic work of the University both in teaching, research and consultancy and for the regulation and superintendence of the education of the students of the University.

Senate is chaired by the Vice Chancellor, and its membership includes representatives from all Colleges, Schools, Faculties and academic Departments as well as from the student body. 

BOARDS & COMMITEES
Under the Senate, there are a number of College ,Faculty/School Boards, and standing committees looking after various policy/functional areas.

SENATE’S RESPONSIBILITY
Senate for the University is subject to the powers of the Council as the principal overall decision-making organ in respect of all academic matters of the University and is responsible for the academic work of the University both in teaching, research and consultancy and for the regulation and  superintendence of the education of the students of the University.

For more information about Members, Powers, Functions and Duties of the Senate view the University Charter
 

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