PU Senate to discuss re-employment age on Dec 22
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The Senate meeting of the Panjab University (PU), scheduled for December 22, will be discussing the issue of enhancing the re-employment age of faculty from 63 years to 65 years and will clear all the appointments made across the departments in the last six months.
The last Senate meeting was held in the month of March.
Now the meeting which is going to take place after a gap of nine months will deliberate upon 3094 paged agenda containing 100 issues, will consider 52 ratifications and 11 information pieces.
Apart from the issues related to the enhancement of re-employment age, the senators will also consider the agenda of the Board of Finance.
The Board of Finance has recommended the appointment of a Vigilance Officer in the varsity, and other issues, such as the enhancement of salary and overtime charges of daily wagers.
The House will witness a debate on the issue of appointment of allopathy medical officers in the PU's health center. This is because the Board of Finance has argued that there is no need to appoint more medical officers.
When asked about the bulkiest agenda that Panjab University ever has had, Senator Karamjeet Singh said, "In just one day it is difficult to do justice to all the issues. It happened for the first time that the agenda is too heavy to discuss in a few hours. In the future, the varsity should take care of it and hold meetings of the Senate frequently."
Senator turned Syndic, P S Gill, said that though the agenda is very bulky this time, it is difficult to leave the issues pending for next time as agendas always contain urgent matters. Gill said that the PU authorities should look to extend the meeting by two more days.
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