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The Vice-Chancellor is the Chief Executive Officer of the University and thus he/she is the chief academic and administrative officer, and has responsibility for the development and implementation of institutional strategy and delivery. He/she is supported in this role by the Pro-VC(s) who leads on academic and research strategy and delivery; the Treasurer who leads on financial strategy and affairs; and the Registrar who leads on administrative and commercial strategy and delivery.
However, as with all such structures, the informal lines of decision making and the sharing of responsibility for planning and strategy flatten the hierarchy. Institutional level decisions are initially made by a group comprising senior academics, administrators, and the representatives of the students and their guardians.
The Chancellor is both the ceremonial Head and the nonpareil head of the University, whose official duties are to confer degrees on behalf of the University. The Chancellor approves the appointment of the VC, Pro-VC(s) and the Treasure recommended by the Board of Trustees (BoT). Beyond the formal and representational duties, the Chancellor plays a key role in the University’s life by promoting the work and ambitions of the University as whole of the nation and beyond.
The Vice-Chancellor is the chief academic and administrative officer of the University. The Act/ Statutes prescribes that he/she has ‘a general responsibility to the Council and the Syndicate for monitoring and promoting the efficiency and good order of the University’. The Vice-Chancellor is the ‘designated officer’, as specified who is responsible for ensuring that the University complies with the terms and conditions specified by different controlling and legislative bodies in particular by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The Vice-Chancellor is a member of all major University committees and chairs those.
The Pro- Vice-Chancellor(s) is appointed on a full-time basis for a fixed period. Subject to the direction of the Vice-Chancellor, the Pro-VC(s) leads on academic strategy and delivery and performs such duties as the Vice-Chancellor/BoT may delegate to him/her in the light of University priorities.
The Treasurer is a full- time officer of the University appointed by the Chancellor on the recommendation of the BoT on such terms and conditions as the Chancellor may determine. Subject to the direction of the Vice-Chancellor, the Treasurer manages the property, the finances and the investments of the University; prepare the annual and revised budget estimates of the University and present them to the Finance Committee and the Syndicate; ensure that the funds of the University are expended on the purposes for which they are provided; perform such other duties as may be prescribed; and be on the board of the Finance and Planning Committee.
The Registrar, subject to the direction of the Vice-Chancellor has responsibility under University Statutes for the administrative delivery of the University. The Registrar is supported by the by the support staff.