V-C to write to Punjab, UT Admns to attend Senate meetings
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Furthermore, Senator Jagwant Singh raised the issue of appointments in the colleges. He said that since 2005 no recruitment has been done by the Punjab government in the state colleges.
For releasing grants to Guru Har Sahai, Ferozepur, the House submitted that Punjab government should give grants to the college as per earlier decisions.
The V-C informed the House that the varsity authorities are holding meetings with the Punjab Education Secretary and all issues will be cleared.
Regarding inspections, Senators also objected to the inspection of a college by different teams.
The Senate agreed to discontinue BA-I year Music Vocal and Mathematics at SGGS, College for Women Sector 26.
The Government College for Girls, Sector 11 is to have Floriculture and Landscaping certificate add-on courses.
The PU Hindi Department topper is to get Rs 33,000 as scholarship.
A committee headed by Prof Rupinder Tewari will streamline the process of starting an interdisciplinary approach in various courses.
The Senate approved the appointment of BB Goyal of UBS from associate professor to professor
Professor Emeritus, University Cambridge and Life Fellow, Queens College at Cambridge, Ajit Singh, offered Dr Manmohan Singh a chair.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Arun Kumar Grover will visit PU affiliated colleges and a regional centre at Muktsar.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Arun Kumar Grover agreed to consider a proposal for introducing programmes related to gender sensitisation.
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