BU Syndicate slaps notice on member for verbal attack on VC

BU Syndicate slaps notice on member for verbal attack on VC

In the second such incident involving Acharya, the Syndicate members resolved to issue the show-cause notice and put forth the issue before the government and the Chancellor.

Sources said a delegation of the Syndicate members, including the registrars and the vice chancellor, would personally meet the Chancellor, Governor H R Bhardwaj, and Higher Education Minister to apprise them of Acharya’s behaviour, vitiating proceedings of the Syndicate meetings.

Nod for LIC reports

Yet another major resolution passed by the Syndicate was to approve the controversial Local Inquiry Committees’ (LICs) reports.

The 30-odd LIC reports were, however, approved, subject to certain conditions. The LICs’ recommendations regarding only those courses indicated in the application by the colleges concerned were approved.

It was decided to set up a separate committee to settle difference of opinion among the members and subject experts in colleges.

The committee will have to submit its report within a week after visiting the colleges.

Letter to BBMP

The Syndicate passed a resolution to grant up to Rs one crore for metalling, asphalting and repair of the road on the Jnanabharati Campus.

The university has written to the BBMP in this regard, urging it to expedite the project.