PU VC principles of governance were merit, transparency and accountability

LAHORE:10 June:Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Dr Niaz Ahmed has said the administration would ensure rule of law in all affairs. He vowed to ensure that the principles of governance were merit, transparency and accountability. He expressed these views while addressing a meeting of the deans of all faculties at the committee room of his office on Saturday. Talking to the participants, he said no institution could deliver unless it followed rules and regulations. Punjab University likely to get permanent VC by June He asked the deans to play a “parental” role in guiding their faculty members and create a conducive environment for teaching, learning and research. He said the administration would introduce research-friendly policies and focus on that research which had a positive economic impact on the development of the country and society. “The administration will run the university affairs with consultation and provide maximum facilities to the teachers, students and employees,” he asserted. He said the administration would make serious efforts to pull Punjab University up to the top ranking varsities of the world. Meanwhile, the meeting congratulated Dr Hassan Askari Rizvi on his appointment as caretaker chief minister.Published in The Express Tribune, June 10th, 2018. PU VC principles of governance were merit, transparency and accountability LAHORE:10 June:Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Dr Niaz Ahmed has said the administration would ensure rule of law in all affairs. He vowed to ensure that the principles of governance were merit, transparency and accountability. He expressed these views while addressing a meeting of the deans of all faculties at the committee room of his office on Saturday. Talking to the participants, he said no institution could deliver unless it followed rules and regulations. Punjab University likely to get permanent VC by June He asked the deans to play a “parental” role in guiding their faculty members and create a conducive environment for teaching, learning and research. He said the administration would introduce research-friendly policies and focus on that research which had a positive economic impact on the development of the country and society. “The administration will run the university affairs with consultation and provide maximum facilities to the teachers, students and employees,” he asserted. He said the administration would make serious efforts to pull Punjab University up to the top ranking varsities of the world. Meanwhile, the meeting congratulated Dr Hassan Askari Rizvi on his appointment as caretaker chief minister.Published in The Express Tribune, June 10th, 2018.

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