Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, June 1
The submission of a report by an 11-member high-level committee, fashioned by the Vice-President of India and Panjab College Chancellor, to counsel governance reforms within the college has been delayed as a result of Covid.
After the Punjab Authorities submitted its suggestions on Could 15, the committee was anticipated to submit the ultimate report within the coming days. Nevertheless, the pandemic has delayed the method. Although committee members maintained that common updates have been submitted to the workplace of the Chancellor, the ultimate report might be submitted quickly.
“Earlier, the Punjab Authorities, one of many stakeholders within the committee, had requested for extra time for submitting their strategies. The committee was requested to submit its report inside two months after its formation on February 8. Nevertheless, the delay occurred because of the ongoing pandemic. Nonetheless, the report might be submitted as quickly as all formalities are accomplished,” stated a committee member.
The committee was requested to hunt views of various stakeholders, examine the suggestions made by completely different committees previously and study the most effective practices adopted throughout the state.
The committee included Prof RP Tiwari, Vice-Chancellor, Central College of Punjab, Bathinda; Prof Nagarajan Ramamoorthy, Director, IIM-Amritsar; Prof VS Chauhan, Chairman, Government Committee, Nationwide Evaluation and Accreditation Council (NAAC]- Nominee of Chairman, UGC Member; Prof PK Raina, Director, lIT-Ropar; Prof KN Pathak, former Vice-Chancellor, PU; Prof Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, PU; Dr Jaspal Singh Sandhu, Vice-Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev College, Amritsar-Nominee of the Chief Minister, Punjab; Paramjit Singh, DPI (Faculties), Authorities of Punjab; Rubinderjit Singh Brar, Director (Increased Training), Chandigarh Administration; and Satya Pal Jain, Extra Solicitor-Normal of India – Nominee of the Chancellor, Panjab College.
The committee suggestions embody decreasing the variety of Senate members and altering the graduate constituency to postgraduate contingency.
Earlier this month, the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom had adjourned the listening to on a petition filed by the PU and one other petitioner, stating that it was unimaginable to carry the Senate elections on Could 19 due to the pandemic until July. The matter is being adjourned to July Eight to reassess the state of affairs at the moment.