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Collegium

 

a private secondary and sometimes higher educational institution found in Western Europe from the 16th to the 18th centuries. Collegia were founded primarily by the Jesuits and accepted only the children of the ruling classes. The pupils were taught the “seven liberal arts” and theology, Latin and Greek, and some literature, geography, and history. In Russia the Kharkov Collegium, founded in 1721 in Belgorod, was well known; G. S. Skovoroda taught at this institution.


Collegium

 

a group of individuals who have the right to decide questions jointly within the competency of the group. In socialist countries the collegium is a collective body that carries out the functions of executive authority, administration, or justice.

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The decision was taken by the Collegium in a meeting on September 3.
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The All India Reserve Bank Employees Association (AIRBEA), a worker's union at the Indian central bank, has proposed creating a collegium to select central bank heads in the nation in future.
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The government had, however, sent the files back to the collegium to reconsider Joseph's name, invoking the principle of seniority, saying that he stood at number 42 in the seniority of High Court Judges and that there were 11 Chief Justices of High Courts senior to him.
The Supreme Court collegium will meet today to reconsider its recommendation to elevate Uttarakhand High Court chief justice K M Joseph and other judges to the top court.
UNION minister of law and justice Ravi Shankar Prasad set up another confrontation with the judiciary on Sunday by asking, " Has the collegium system produced any judges of calibre?" He was speaking at the India Today Editors' Roundtable on ' Law Less or More?' Prasad's remarks assume significance as a five- judge constitution bench had struck down the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act introduced by the BJP government recently.
7 -- Off and on the Bench, the present Chief Justice of India (CJI) criticized and rebuked the Government for "scuttling" of Judiciary by sitting on the appointment of judges in various High courts despite the recommendation of a recruitment collegium. While hearing a public interest litigation on Oct 28 on the Judicial appointment process in 24 high courts, which together have more than 450 vacancies against the sanctioned strength of 1041, the bench headed by CJI said, "you are scuttling the working of institution.
The governance structure was typical of Canadian universities at the time, two tiers consisting of a board of governors (Collegium) and an academic senate.

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