Vice-Chancellor definition

Vice-Chancellor means the Vice-Chancellor of the University.
Vice-Chancellor means the Vice Chancellor of the University.
Vice-Chancellor means the Vice-Chancellor of the University appointed under section 10.

Examples of Vice-Chancellor in a sentence

  • The Senate, comprising eighty three members, under chairmanship of the Vice-Chancellor, reviews the general policies of the University and suggests measures for improvement and development, from time to time.

  • The ViceChancellor should submit fortnightly reports of the University level Monitoring Cell to the State level Cell under the Chancellor.

  • T h e S y n d i c a t e The Syndicate is the chief executive body of the University comprising seventeen members and presided over by the Vice-Chancellor.

  • They can also recommend to the Vice-Chancellor to impose major sanctions as envisaged under section 7(b) of this Code.

  • Any lapse on the part of a teacher to report any instance of violence and misconduct on the part of the students shall be reported to the Vice-Chancellor by the respective Heads / Principles / Directors.


More Definitions of Vice-Chancellor

Vice-Chancellor means the Vice-Chancellor of the University; and
Vice-Chancellor means and refer to the Vice Chancellor of NU
Vice-Chancellor means the Vice-Chancellor of the University appointed under section 10 of the Act.
Vice-Chancellor means Vice-Chancellor of the University;
Vice-Chancellor means the ViceChancellor of CDLU, SIRSA (Haryana).
Vice-Chancellor means the Head of the Institution.
Vice-Chancellor means the person holding the office of Vice-Chancellor in terms of section eight;