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vice chancellor

1. the chief executive or administrator at some British universities
2. (in the US) a judge in courts of equity subordinate to the chancellor
3. (formerly in England) a senior judge of the court of chancery who acted as assistant to the Lord Chancellor
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Meanwhile, the vice chancellor held a meeting with Minister of Education Balighur Rehman, during which he informed him of the situation at the university and him on the protest being carried out by the Academic Staff Association (ASA), a press release issued by the ministry said.
The discussion on academia and industry with vice chancellors, pro-vice chancellors and registrars of the public and private Universities of Pakistan and 'Ideal Excellence Awards' were organized by the ideal autonetics, an IT solution provider initiative, which was attended by top academicians and vice chancellors from Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Azad Kashmir.
On the occasion Pro-Vince Chancellor Professor Dr Mirza Jan, registrar Muhammad Anwar Marwat, deputy director finance Hafiz Muhammad Ismail, PS to Vice Chancellor Sadiq Khattak and additional director Planning and Development Rashad Khattak were also present.
As vice chancellor, Chris has driven the university forward over the last seven years and will leave us well placed to continue to build on our long history of scholarship and learning.
All the vice chancellors as well as the secretary higher education and the representatives of health and agriculture department were present in the moot.
The biggest earner is Dr David Grant, Vice Chancellor of Cardiff University, whose salary and pension contributions were pounds 275,000 last year.
The current vice chancellor, Prof Merfyn Jones, is to retire later this year.
Coventry University vice chancellor Madeleine Atkins earned pounds 163,525, which the survey said was a 7.
The Vice Chancellor found that Horizon and Bright abandoned the claim that the operation of the iDEN network in their territories would violate the parties' agreements.
Under the banner of the Academic Staff Association (ASA), the faculty also kept the administration block locked, preventing anyone including Vice Chancellor Dr Javed Ashraf from carrying out official work.