Pro-Chancellor definition

Pro-Chancellor means the Pro-Chancellor of the University;
Pro-Chancellor means any Pro-Chancellor of the University;
Pro-Chancellor means the Pro-Chancellor of the University; “statutes” means the statutes of the University;

Examples of Pro-Chancellor in a sentence

  • The robe of the Pro-Chancellor is a Peony Red damask gown embroidered with gold and gold lace; the trencher is Peony Red with a gold tassel.

  • The Pro-Chancellor shall, in the absence of the Chancellor, preside at the Convocation of the University.

  • He shall also exercise such other powers and perform such other duties of the Chancellor as the Chancellor may by order in writing delegate to the Pro-Chancellor, and such delegation may be subject to such restrictions and conditions as may be specified in such order.

  • The Pro-Chancellor.- (1) The Minister in charge of the Higher Education in the State of Karnataka shall - be the Pro-Chancellor of the University.(2) The Pro-Chancellor shall exercise such powers and perform such duties as may be conferred on him by or under this Act.12.

  • Powers and duties of the Vice-Chancellor.- (1) The Vice-Chancellor shall be the academic head and the principal executive officer of the University and shall in the absence of the Chancellor and Pro-Chancellor, preside at any convocation of the University and confer degrees, diploma or other academic distinctions upon persons entitled to receive them.


More Definitions of Pro-Chancellor

Pro-Chancellor means the Pro-Chancellor as referred to in Section 19.
Pro-Chancellor means the Pro-Chancellor as referred to in Section 23.
Pro-Chancellor means the “Pro-Chancellor” of the University;
Pro-Chancellor means an Officer of the University with the title of Pro-Chancellor appointed in accordance with Regulation VI.
Pro-Chancellor means the Pro-Chancellor of the University appointed under section 8;
Pro-Chancellor means Person appointed as Pro-Chancellor of the deemed to be university.
Pro-Chancellor means the Pro-Chancellor as referred to in Section 17.