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Process to select new AMU Vice Chancellor set in motion

Tuesday July 26, 2011 10:23:39 PM, Special Correspondent

Aligarh: The Ministry of Human Resource Development has set in motion the process to select the new AMU Vice Chancellor.


The Ministry has requested the University to initiate the process of selection of the Vice Chancellor so that he or she can assume the office when the present Vice Chancellor demits the office.


The present VC Prof. P.K. Abdul Azis will be retiring on January 17, 2012 after attainment of the age of 65 years.

The Vice Chancellor has instructed the Registrar to complete the process in time.


He has also instructed that all the vacancies in the Executive Council and the University Court to be filled up as part of the process.


He has asked the Registrar to start the process of selection of teachers’ representatives to Executive Council and conduct the election for the Membership of AMU Court under Donor’s category.

The University Court will also elect Chancellor, Pro Chancellor, Honorary Treasurer and six members to the Executive Council.

Prof. Azis urged one and all to focus on selecting the new Vice Chancellor and work in unison so that the University gets the best talent to lead the destiny of the University in the next five years.

The issue needs immediate attention as the process of selection of AMU Vice Chancellor takes five to six months’ time. After completing the process of selection of new Vice Chancellor, MHRD will submit the proposal to the President of India for approval in her capacity as the Visitor of the University.








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