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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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Earlier, the petitioner's counsel Saad Rasool arguing before the court submitted that Higher Education Commission was empowered to set criteria for selection of vice chancellors.
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In the event that the recruitment process has not been completed by October 1 deputy vice-chancellor Professor Ray Hudson will take charge on an acting basis, before returning to his research activities once a new vice chancellor is found.
While taking stock of the law and order situation on campuses, the vice chancellors assured that the directive of the governor are being implemented in letter and spirit.
Vice Chancellor Lamb said, "I am honored to join Paul, Weiss, which has a long tradition of delivering exceptional counsel and service to its world-class client base.
Later, the Vice Chancellor distributed cash prizes with commendation certificates to the students who secured positions in the debate competition.
It is pertinent to mention here that UET, Lahore Vice Chancellor offered internship and exchange programme for Balochistan students.
Among others, Vice Chancellor of Karachi University Dr Mohammad Qaiser, who also has the additional charge of the Vice Chancellorship of Federal Urdu University, was also present in the meeting.
THE received survey responses from 19 of the 24 Russell Group universities and found the average vice chancellor salary rose PS22,000 to PS293,000 in 2012-13.
Hampton will serve as interim vice chancellor for educational, student services and student life following the retirement of Charles Donaldson.
INCREASE Christopher Higgins, vice chancellor of Durham University