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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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The vice chancellor maintained that FUTO is one of the best science and technology institutions in Nigeria.
The petitioner contended that Dr Ishtiaq became a tenure track faculty member in the year 2016 after the closing date for the submission of applications for appointment as vice chancellor while according to the clause 1.1(d) of the statues, a faculty member on tenure track cannot assume the responsibilities in an administrative capacity such as vice chancellor.
An official, who is privy to the development, said according to the Act of the University of Health Sciences, Lahore, the pro-VC of the varsity would work as acting vice chancellor in the absence of the VC.
Sardar Jamali assured the Vice Chancellor of his government's and his own fullest support for SU, while the Vice Chancellor thanked him for his interest in SU progress and for his subsequent gracious visit to the varsity.
He praised Engr Prof Dr Aamir Vice Chancellor, acting Vice Chancellor for his dedication and services to the university.
The bench inquired from the NAB prosecutor what action had been taken against the vice chancellor for not implementing the recommendations of the HED, which had initiated inquiry on the orders of the NAB.
Aamir Ijaz, Vice Chancellor at the Islamia University of Bahawalpur.
The vice chancellors of various universities have condemned the maltreatment and public humiliation of respectable professors and teachers.
QAU Vice Chancellor Dr Javed Ashraf said that appointment process should be completed in time since the government has already advertised the posts.
UASU has proposed changes to sections of the University Act to avert wrangles in the recruitment of vice chancellors, chancellors and council members.
The universities received their charters in 2013.Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Jkuat) Vice Chancellor Mabel Imbuga will be exiting in July after serving her two five-year terms.According to the Universities Act 2012, the recruitment of vice chancellors, deputy vice chancellors and principals of constituent colleges must be done through a competitive process by respective councils that are appointed by Education Cabinet secretary.
LOUGHBOROUGH University vice chancellor Robert Allison has been given a PS19,000 pay rise after the salaries of vice chancellors across the county were revealed in the latest sets of accounts.

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