First published in Rajasthan Gazette, Extraordinary Part IV-(A), September 2,
(LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING) DEPARTMENT ( Group-II)
Jaipur, September 2, 1998.
. .F. 2(16) Vidhi/2/97.-In pursuance of clause (3) of Article 348 of the
Constitution of India, the Governor is pleased to authorise the publication in
the Rajasthan Gazette of the following Translation in the English language of
the Rajasthan Sanskrit Vishva vidyalaya Adhiniyam, 1998 (1998 ka Adhiniyam
The Rajasthan Sanskrit University Act, 1998 (Act No. 10 of
the Assent of the Governor on the 2nd day of September, 1998]
provide for the establishment of a Sanskrit University in the State of
Rajasthan for the purposes of the prosecution of elaborate studies in and for
the teaching of Sanskrit Literature in its entirety, and to provide
for continued specialised research and other matters ancillary thereto, and
presenting with practical interpretation of the complex and occult knowledge and
science contained in the Sanskrit Literature in simple research based scientific
manner, as also for bringing the results and achievements of other important
researches into light.
it enacted by the Rajasthan State Legislature in the Forty-ninth Year of the
Republic of India, as follows:-
Short title and commencement.-
(l) This Act may be called the Rajasthan Sanskrit
University Act, 1998.
(2) It shall come into force at once.
Definitions.- In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,-
"Teacher" means a Professor, Associate Professor, 'Assistant
Professor, Reader or Lecturer or any other person
appointed or recognised by the University or as the case may be, by an
affiliated college, for imparting instructions to students or guiding research
work or giving training and includes a person declared by the statutes to be a
“Officer" means an officer as specified
in section 10 or otherwise employed in the University, and designated as
such under the statutes of the University;
"Ordinance" or "an ordinance of the University" shall mean
an ordinance made under section 26;
“Approved" means approved by the
University under the provisions of this Act;
"Employee" means a person other than a teacher of the University,
appointed in or by the University;
"Hostel" means a place of residence maintained or recognised by the
University for students of the University either as a part of or separate from a
"Regular student" means a person who has taken regular admission' in
any department of the University, affiliated or constituent college or approved
institution of the University for taking a course of study for a degree,
diploma, certificate or other academic distinction;
"Statutes" mean the statutes of the University governing the matters
of policy and procedure in the University, made under this Act, and as amended
from time to time;
"Registered graduate" means a
graduate registered under the provisions of this Act and the statutes;
"Principal" means the head of a
constituent or affiliated college or the Chief Executive Officer duly appointed
under this Act as such;
"Authority" means an authority as specified in or declared under
"Recognized" means recongnised by the University under the provisions
of this Act;
means the State of Rajasthan;
"Regulations" means the regulations made by any au thori ty of the
University under this Act;
means the Rajasthan Sanskrit University established by this Act;
"University teacher" means a person appointed by the University under
the provisions of this Act for imparting instructions;
"Prescribed" means prescribed by the statutes, ordinances and
regulations of the University;
collegiate student" means a person who is not a regular student;
means a faculty constituted under the provisions of this Act;
"Government" means the Government of Rajasthan;
college" means a college admitted to the privileges of the University:
"Institution" means an
institution recognised or approved as
such by the University under the provisions of this Act.
Object of the University.-The University shall extend " and regulate its
functions for the following objects, namely:-
Imparting education of the knowledge of the Sanskrit literature through various
Initiating and promoting research work in the Sanskrit literature and its
For undertaking extension education programmes in the Sanskrit literature;
Training to the Sanskrit College teachers with a view to make their knowledge up
Organizing specially designed orientation programmes in teaching methodologies
Updating and modernising currciular and undertaking the working relating to
examination reforms; and
such other work, actvities or projects as the University may deem proper to
undertake in order to achieve the objects for which it has been established.
University to be a body corporate.- (1) There shall be constituted in the State
of Rajsthan a University by the name of the Rajasthan Sanskrit University.
The University shall consist of a Chancellor, a Vice Chancellor, an Executive
Council, Academic Council and such other authorities, and officer as may be
specified in this Act or in the statutes made there under.
The University shall be a body corporate having perpetual succession an a
common seal and may sue or be sued by its corporate name.
The University shall be competent to acquire, hold, manage, lease, sell or
otherwise transfer any movable or immovable property including trust property
which may be vested in or acquired by the University and may also borrow moneys
from the Central Government or the State Government or any financial institution
approved by the Government. The University may enter into contract and do all
other acts or things which are necessary for the purposes of this Act.
In all suits and proceedings by or against the University, the pleadings shall
be signed and verified by the officer authorised by the Vice-Chancellor.
The headquarters of the University shall be at Jaipur,
Powers and functions of the University.- The University shall exercise the
powers and discharge the functions as under:-
to establish faculties, departments or college for the advanced studies and
teaching in various subjects. of . the Sanskrit literature and to maintain them
according to the requirements;
(2) to affiliate all Sanskrit colleges
and Sanskrit training colleges established in the. State;
(3) to confer degrees, dipolmas,
certificates and other distinctions
on such persons,-
(a) who have persued a prescribed course of study in the University or its
affiliated or constituent colleges or approved institutions as regular students
or have appeared at and passed the examinations of the University, subject to
the conditions prescribed in the ordinances and statutes;
(b) who have not persued course of study subject to the conditions
determined by the university from time to time, in the University or its affiliated
or constituent colleges or approved institutions but have appeared at and
passed the examinations conducted by the University, in accordance with the
provisions contained in the ordinances and statutes of the Univesity:
that such persons have been residing within the State of
Rajasthan for a period as specified by the University in the ordinances
To prescribe course of study for the degree, diploma and certificate awarded by
the University or for other purposes;
To provide for imparting of instructions for graduate. post-graduate studies and
research work in Sanskrit literature in the University as also to conduct
To establish special Chair for the prosecution of studies in the Sanskrit
To confer honorary degrees or other distinctions to. important persons; scholars
and experts approved by the manner prescribed in the statutes;
To-make provisions for private education and training, in the manner prescribed
in the statutes, ordinances and regulations.
To create post of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor and any
other teaching and non-teaching posts required by the University and to make
To inspect affiliated colleges and approved institutions and to maintain
proper standards of teaching, instructions and training in them;
To construct, maintain and manage buildings, offices, residences, hostels, etc.
for teachers, students, officers and staff;
To enforce and maintain discipline among the teachers, students, officers and
staff and to make necessary arrangements in order to promote their welfare and
to improve their service conditions;
To institute and award fellowships, scholarships, prizes etc. in accordance with
To fix and collect fees and other charges as may be prescribed;
To borrow sums of money with the previous approval of the State Government;
To receive donations, grants, gifts (movable or immovable), presents and aid
for the fulfillment of specified objects of the University;
To make grants from the funds of the University for assistance to extra mural
To seek co-operation from University Grants Commission, other Universities,
Authorities and Institutions for the objects of the University; and.
To do all such other acts which may, whether they are incidental to the
aforesaid acts or not, be necessary to further the objects of the University or
which may be incidental or ancillary to achieve these objects.
Territorial Jurisdiction- Notwithstanding any-thing contained to the contrary in
the University of Rajasthan Act, 1946, The Jai Narain Vyas University Act, 1962
(Rajasthan Act 17 of ,
the Mohan Lal Sukhadia University Act,
18 of 1962), The Kota Open University Act, 1987 (Rajasthan Act 35 of 1987), The
Maharshi Dayanand Sarswati University Act, 1987 (Rajasthan Act 38 of 1987) and
any other law for the time being in force, the jurisdiction of the University,
regarding study and teaching of the Sanskrit literature, shall extend and the
powers conferred by or under this Act shall be exercisable throughout the
territory of the State of Rajasthan.
University open to all classes.- The University shall, subject to the provisions
of the ordinances and the statutes, be open to all persons irrespective of their
caste, creed, race, class or sex:
that no religious instruction or training shall be imparted in an academic
institution affiliated to or recognised by this University which is wholly
maintained or aided by the State Fund unless the consent, of the student, in the
case of his being a major and, of the guardian of the minor, in the case of a
minor, has been obtained.
Teaching the University.-
All teaching work recognised by the University shall be conducted either,-
in the University; or
in the affiliated colleges; or
in the recognised institutions.
The courses of study and other activities prescribed by the statutes, ordinances
and regulations shall be observed by the University, all affiliated colleges and
The Governor of the State shall be the ex-officio Chancellor of the University
and by virtue of that he shall be the Head of the University.
The chancellor, when present in the convocation, shall preside over it.
The Chancellor shall have power to order an inspection, by such person or
persons as he may nominate, of the University and its buildings, centres,
libraries, museums, workshops, equipments and examinations and also of any
institution, college or hostel administered, controlled or maintained by the
University as well as of the examinations, teaching and other work conducted by
the University or to direct the conduct of an inquiry relating thereto. An
inspection may be made or inquiry may be conducted in respect of any matter
connected with the administration of the University of Finance as per directions
of the Chancellor. The chancellor shall in every case, give notice to the
University of his intention to make the inspection or to conduct the inquiry
and in that case the University may present its case.
The Chancellor may give such directions to the Vice-Chancellor, about the
results of such inspection or inquiry, as he thinks proper.
If the Vice-Chancellor does not, within reasonable time, take action to the
satisfaction of the Chancellor, the Chancellor, may
after considering the explanation or report, if any, submitted by the
Vice-Chancellor, issue such directions, as he may deem proper, and the
University shall be bound to comply with them.
the power to give acceptance to add, delete or modify any
provisions in the statutes made for the first time under this Act shall
vest in the chancellor.
The chancellor shall have such other powers as may be conferred on him by the
statutes or ordinances.
The chancellor may, at any time, on his being satisfied, when he deems necessary
to do so, communicating the reason in writing, remove or suspend the
Vice-Chancellor from the post. The chancellor, before doing so, shall give a
reasonable opportunity of hearing to the Vice-Chancellor personally or in
writing or both.
Officers of the University.- The following shall be the officers of the
All Deans; and
Any other person serving in the University who may be declared by the statutes
to be the officer of the University.
the Vice-Chancellor shall be a whole time salaried officer of the University'
and shall be appointed by the Chancellor upon the recommendation of a Selection
committee, and after obtaining the advice of the State Government thereon:
that the first Vice-Chancellor of the University shall be appointed by the
Chancellor in consultation with the State Government, on such terms and
conditions as the chancellor may determine and for a period not exceeding
the Selection committee referred to in sub-section (1) shall consist of the
a person nominated by the Executive Council who should not be connected
with the University, or any college affiliated to the University or any
one eminent educationist nominated by the Chancellor; and
nominated by. University Grants Commission.
The chancellor may
appoint one of the members of the Selection committee constituted under
sub-section (2) to act as the chairman of the committee.
The Selection Committee constituted under sub-section (2) shall submit a panel
of at least three names, for appointment to the post of Vice-Chancellor, .for
the consideration of the Chancellor.
The terms of office of the Vice-Chancellor, shall be three years from the date
on which he enters upon his office or until he attains the age of sixty five
years, whichever is earlier:
that a person shall be eligible for appointment as Vice-Chancellor for a second
term of office, subject to the recommendation of the Selection Committee
referred to in sub-section (l
further that the Chancellor may require the Vice-Chancellor, whose term of
office is expiring, to continue in office for such period, not exceeding one
year, as may be specified by the Chacellor:
also that such appointment for a second term, or such continuance in office
shall, in no case, be permissible beyond the date on which he attains the age of
sixty five years.
The emoluments and other conditions of service of the Vice-Chancellor shall be
as maybe prescribed by the statutes, and shall not be varied to his disadvantage
after his appointment. .
The vice-Chancellor may submit his resignation to the Chancellor not less than
sixty days before the date on which he intends to be relieved
Such resignation shall take effect from the date determined by the Chancellor
and notified to the Vice-Chancellor.
such permanent vacancy in the office of the vice chancellor as is going to
occur or has occurred, by reason of leave, illness, resignation or any other
cause and not of the expiry of the term of office, shall be filled, in accordance with the
provisions of sub-section (1).
A temporary vacancy in the office of the Vice-Chancel1or occurring
by reason of leave, illness or any 0ther cause
shall be reported by the Executive Council to the Chancellor and the Chancellor
shall, on the advice of the State Government, make such arrangements for the
continuance of the discharge of functions of the office of the Vice-Chancellor
as he may deem proper.
Powers and responsibilities of the Vice-Chancellor.- (1) the Vice-Chancellor
shall be the principal academic, administrative and executive officer of the
University. In the absence of the Chancellor, he shall preside over the
convocation of the University. He shall be the ex-officio
Chairman of the Executive Council,
Academic Council, the Board or Committee of which he is a member. He shall be
authorised to be present, to participate and to speak at the proceedings of the
meetings of authorities of other institutions of the University, but may not
vote there at unless he is a member thereof.
The vice-Chancellor shall also be responsible to ensure
the provisions of this Act and of the statutes and ordinances made there under
are duly observed and he shall have all the powers necessary for this purpose.
the vice-Chancellor shall also have the right to convene Joint meetings of the
Executive Council, Academic Council and Faculties.
(i) In any state of emergency, where in the opinion of the Vice-Chancellor
immediate action is required to be taken, he shall have power to take immediate
action. In such cases, the vice Chancellor shall, as soon as may be, inform
the officer, authority or other institutions, about the action taken, by whom or
where the matter ordinarily should be dealt with and after being confirmed by
them, such actions shall further be deemed valid.
Where the action taken by the
Vice-Chancellor under clause (i)
of sub-section (4) prejudicially affects
any person in the service of the University, the person affected may prefer an
appeal to the Executive Council within fifteen days from the date on which such
action is communicated to him.
He shall enforce compliance of the order made by Executive Council regarding
appointment, penalty, dismissal or suspension of an officer or teacher of the
He shall exercise general control over the University and all the disciplinary
powers shall vest in him .
He may exercise such other powers as may be prescribed
for him by the statutes and ordinances.
Registrar- (1) The Registrar of the University shall be appointed by the
Executive council in the manner laid down in the Rajasthan Universities Teachers
and Officers (Selection for Appointment) Act, 1974 (Rajasthan Act No. 18 of
1974) as amended from time to time and on the recommendation of the Selection
Committee constituted there under.
The salary, emoluments and other conditions of service of the Registrar shall be
such as may be determined by the Executive Council.
The Registrar shall be the ex-officio Member-Secretary of the Executive Council
and Academic Council.
Duties of the Registrar.-The Registrar of the University shall be the
custodian of the records and common seal of the University. He shall also act as
an Ex-Officio Secretary of the
Executive Council and Academic Council. He shall perform such other functions
also as may be prescribed by the statutes and ordinances or may be deemed
necessary and directed by the Vice-Chancellor or Executive Council.
Authorities of the University.- The following shall be the authorities of the
Board of inspection; and
such other bodies as may be declared by the statutes to be the authorities of
Executive Council.-(1) Executive Council shall be the executive Institution of
the University and shall consist of the lul1uwing:-
a person nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the Deans;
A Professor of the University, other than the Deans, nominated by the Vice-
an Educationist nominated by the chancellor;
a Principal nominated by the State Government;
Director, College Education, Rajasthan; (Ex-Officio)
Director, Sanskrit Education, Rajasthan; (Ex-Officio)
an educationist nominated by the State Government;
Any two of the following teachers, elected from amongst the cadre of teachers,
who have put in not less than 10 years experience of teaching graduation or
higher classes in any Sanskrit College of Rajasthan, on 1st January of the year
immediately preceding the year in which the elections are held, excluding Professors,
Deans of University, Principals of affiliated and constituent colleges:-
Any one teacher elected by the teachers of the University’s teaching
departments and the constituent College from amongst its members;
Anyone teacher elected by the teachers of the affiliated colleges from
amongst its members;
Two members of the Legislative Assembly who may be nominated by the Speaker of
the Legislative Assembly;
Registrar-Member Secretary. (Ex-Officio)
The terms of the members of the Executive Council, other than the Ex-Officio
members shall be as under:-
(i) The elected members of the Executive council shall hold Office for a
period of three years from the date of their election, and
The nominated members of the Executive
Council shall hold office during the pleasure of the nominating authority:
that the term of such nomination, shall not exceed three years:
further that a nominated member shall be eligible for re-nomination, at the
discretion of the nominating authority :
also that whenever the nomination or re-nomination of such a member is
withdrawn by the nominating authority he
shall be deemed to have vacated his office with immediate effect.
Duties of the Executive Council.- The Executive Council shall subject to the
conditions prescribed in this Actor in it's provisions, exercise and discharge
following powers and functions:-
make, to amend and repeal the statutes and ordinances, subject to approval by
) To hold, control and administer the property and funds
of the University;
To accept, on behalf of the University, contributions, bequest or transfer of
movable or immovable property;
To administer the
funds placed at the disposal of the University for certain specific purposes;
sums of money relating to the University;
to enter into, vary, carry out, confirm
and cancel contract on behalf of the University;
to borrow sums of money or raise public loans for the fulfilment of the
objects of the University" on the security of the property of the
University or on any other security, with the previous approval of the State
to appoint officers (other than the Vice-Chancellor and Deans) and teachers, and
to determine their duties, emoluments and conditions of service, subject to the
ordinances, and the statutes of the University;
to determine the form,
regulate the use and provide the custody of the common seal of the University
to Inspect, affiliate, recognise or approve Colleges, hostel or institutions and
to withdraw the affiliation, recognition or approval subject to the statutes;
examinations and to declare the results thereof; and
to ensure proper standards of teaching and examinations in consultation
Academic Council.- (1) The Academic Council shall consist of the following :-
(i) Vice-Chancellor; (Ex-officio)
Deans of faculties; (Ex-officio)·
any two Heads of the Department of the status of a Professor or Associate
Professor nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the Heads of Department
of the Unuversity;
two Principals nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the Principals of
the Affiliated colleges;
Convener of Boards of Studies; (Ex-officio)
Three such persons co-opted by the
Academic Council, who possess special attainment in particular studies and who
are not teachers in the University or in any affiliated college or approved institution;
Registrar-Member Secretary. (Ex-officio)
The terms of the
members of the Academic Council other than the ex-officio members shall be as-
(i) The co-opted members of
the Academic Council shall hold office for a period of three years from the date
of their co-option; and
nominated members of the Academic Council shall hold office during the pleasure
of the nominating authority:
that the terms of such nomination shall not exceed three years :
further that a nominated member shall be eligible for re-nomination :
also that whenever the nomination or re-nomination of such a member is withdrawn
by the nominating authority, he shall be deemed to have vacated his office with
of the Academic Council.- (l) The Academic Council, may make general regulations
in respect of teaching and examinations of the University and shall be
responsible for the maintenance of the standard of teaching and examinations.
Without prejudice of the generality of the aforesaid provisions and subject to
the provisions of this Act, the Academic Council shall exercise and discharge
following powers and functions:-
(i) To make, amend and repeal the regulations and to determine courses
of study and other activities, subject to the approval of Executive Council;
submit proposals for ordinances relating to admission, teaching, other
activities, examinations and attendance in the University for the approval of
the Executive Council;
To prepare proposals regarding the determination of standard of teaching and
to advice the Executive Council in regard to the academic posts of any of the
subjects of any institution of the
(v) To advise the Executive Council in regard to the constituion of the
Board of Studies and its strength, after considering the recommendations of the
to advise the Executive Council in regard to the fees of the University;
to advise the Executive Council with regard to the equivalence of examinations
and recognition of the examinations of other institution;
to advise the Executive Council with regard to the Library of the University and
the appointment of a Library Committee of the University;
advise the Executive Council with regard to the granting of Scholarships of the
University and their tenure;
(X) to refer any
subject or matter for consideration to the Faculties and the Board of Studies;
) to advise the
Executive Council with regard to all other academic subjects and matters.
Faculties.-(1) The University shall have following Faculties:-
of Darshan (Philosophy);
of Literature and Culture;
of Shrawana Vidya;
of Adhunik Gyan-Vigyan;
other faculties as may be established under the Statutes;
faculty shall consist of the following, namely:
Professors and Associate Professors of the University related to the subjects or
All such heads of the Departments
related to the faculty of the affiliated colleges who have at least 8 years
experience of teaching degree classes of the faculty;
not exceeding two, co-opted from amongst teachers of the concerned faculty in
the affiliated colleges;
members, not exceeding two, co-opted by the
not being the members of the University or any affiliated colleges; and
(f) the convener of
the Board of Studies in the faculty, not included in the aforesaid sub-sections.
Following shall be the duties of the Deans of Faculties:-
(a) the Deans shall be
responsible for the due observance of
statutes, ordinances and regulations
relating to the faculty:
(b) the Deans shall
preside at the meetings of the faculty and shall record its proceedings; and
the Dean shall have the right
to be present and speak at the meetings of the Board of Studies relating to the
faculty but not to vote thereat, unless he is a member thereof.
Each faculty shall discharge the following functions, namely:-
to make recommendations to the Executive
Council through the Academic Council as to the establishment of the Board of
to make recommendations to the Academic Council in respect of courses of study and other activities and the network of examination after
Board of Studies;
to establish mutual co-ordination
among the functions of the faculty;
to prepare research schemes and to co-ordinate them whenever necessary;
to dispose of the matters referred to it by the Academic Council or
refer matters to the Board of Studies for consideration;
(g) to consider the matter referred to it by the Board of Studies,
subject to its jurisdiction;
to organise joint meetings with other faculty or faculties with the
approval of the Vice-Chancellor, such joint meetings shall be organised by the
Vice-Chancellar or by any Dean nominated by him and shall be presided over by
him only; and
to discharge such other functions as may be prescribed by the statutes.
Research Centre.- (1) The University shall establish a Reseach Centre for
continued specialised investigation and research in the different subjects of
the Sanskrit literature and for
and publication of rare works.
The constitution of the Research Centre, its composition and working system
shall be regulated by the statutes.
The results and special achievements of the research
be brought into light and the editing and publication thereof as also of the
rare works shall be done as per direction of the Executive Council.
Boards of Studies.-(l) the Constitution, the number of members and the mode of
working of the Board of Studies shall be as under:-
There shall be a Board of Studies for each subject or group of Subjects.
The number of Boards of Studies in each faculty and the number of internal and
external members for the faculty concerned, shall be fixed
the Executive Council on the recommendations of the Academic Council;
(b) The Board of
Studies shall be constituted by the faculty concerned for a period of three
(c) The number of
members of the boards of Studies shall not exceed:-
(i) seven in the case of a Board related to postgraduate studies; and
five in other
(d) Each board shall
appoint a convener, from amongst its internal members in the following order:-
or the University;
Principals of degree colleges having at least 5 years experience of teaching
Associate Professor of the department in which there is not University
Principals of degree colleges (by virtue of being Heads of Departments);
Heads of the
Departments of post-graduate level departments in the colleges; and
(vii) Heads of the Departments of graduate level departments in the colleges.
"Internal Member" means a member, who 1S a Teacher in the University or in an affiliated college
or in an approved institution and "external member" means a member who
is not an internal member.
The Board of Studies shall have the following functions:-
of Studies shall recommend curricular and other educational activities in the
subject concerned and shall advice on all matters referred by the Executive
Council, Academic Council or the Faculty concerned:
(b) The Board of Studies shall bring
to the notice of the Academic Council and Executive Council, the matters
relating to examinations pertaining to the subject or the subjects and may refer
the matters relating to improvement of curriculum to the faculty concerned;
(c) any of the two
Boards of Studies may, as and when required by the Academic Council or Executive
Council, hold a joint meeting, with the prior approval of the Vice-Chancellor,
and both shall submit a joint report on the matter concerned. In such cases they
shall elect one of the two conveners as the Chairman of the joint meeting; and
(d) the Board of Studies shall
prepare a panel of examiners in the subjects concerned in accordance with the statutes.
23. Board of Inspection.- 1) The Board of Inspection
shall consists of the following members:-
of Sanskrit Education, Rajasthan; and
The Board of Inspection shall have following functions:-
(a) The Board of Inspection shall dispose of the applications received
for affiliation, recognition or, as the case may be, approval of the colleges
and institutions subject to jurisdiction of the University and arrange for
their inspection in the manner specified by the statutes and shall make
recommendations to the Executive Council in respect of granting, continuing or
canceling affiliation, recognition or approval:
(b) The board shall
appoint two committees consisting of five members each. One of them shall
dispose of the applications for affiliation of the Colleges and the other shall
deal with the applications received for approval of the institutions. These
Committees shall be appointed for a period of three years; and
Board may, subject to the approval by the Executive Council, make rules in
respect of granting and withdrawing the affiliation, recognition and approval of
the institutions and colleges.
Statutes.- The Statutes containing such instructions, directions, proceedings or
descriptions, subject to and in accordance with the provisions of this Act may
be made on all or any of the following subject:-
conferment of honourary degrees;
(b) holding of convocation to confer degrees;
(c) appointments of the officers of the University, their functions and
constitution, functions and powers of the institutions, Boards and Committees of
(e) establishment and maintenance of the University Department, Colleges,
Institutions of research of specialised studies and hostels;
(f) prescribing the fees to be charged by the University for a course of study, determining other
activities and admission to its examinations or degrees, diploma or certificate
(g) inspection of hostels, colleges and institutions and grant or
withdrawal of affiliation, recognition of approval;
(h) conditions governing the appointment, duties and remuneration of
acceptance and management of donation,
grant, bequest, gifts (movable or immovable), presents and assistance;
(j) registration of graduates and maintenance of register of registered
(k) determination of emoluments and service
conditions of officers, teachers, clerical and subordinate employees of the
University and making provisions of pension, insurance, gratuity and provident
fund for their benefit;
vacations of the
constitution of co-ordination committee to
consider matters of common interest between the University and other
Universities and the State Government;
degrees, diplomas and
other special degrees to be awarded
by the University; and
such other matters on which the action could be taken under the provisions of
Mode of making the statutes.- (1) New or additional statutes may be made or
added or the existing statutes may be amended or cancelled by the Executive
Council from time to time in the manner hereinafter appearing.
Any member of the
Executive Council, mnay propose the draft of a statute to the Executive Council
and the Executive Council may either approve the draft or amend or modify it
completely or partially and shall refer the accepted, rejected, amended as
the case may be modified draft to the
Chancellor for approval
The Executive Council,
on any draft of the statute affecting the status, power or constitution of any
existing authority of the University, may not consider without giving to the
authority an opportunity to express its or his opinion on the said proposal. Any
such opinion shall be in writing which the
Council shall consider and refer along with its decision on the
draft of the statute to the Chancellor for his approval.
The Chancellor may
either return the draft statutes to Executive Council for reconsideration or, as
the case may be, approve the draft statutes passed by the Executive Council.
The statutes passed by the Executive Council shall be valid subject to the
approval of the Chancellor.
Ordinances of the University.- Subject to the provisions of this Act and the
statutes made there under, the Executive council may make ordinance for all or
any of the following matters:-
lay down courses of studies for all degrees, diplomas
and certificates of
the University and to determine other
conditions under which student shall be admitted to the Courses of Studies and
other cocurricular activities, degrees, diplomas, certificates and other
residence, conduct and
discipline of the students of the
conduct of examinations;
recognation of Supervisors for research;
determine the mode of entering into contract for or on behalf of the University;
to enforce compliance of the rules
relating to transfer of students, by the affiliated colleges;
(h) all matters, the disposal whereof is required to be made by the ordinances, as per provisions of this Act or the statutes made there under;
all matters which, in the opinion of the Executive
Council, are necessary for exercising the powers conferred by this Act or the
under or for the discharge of the duties of the Executive Council.
27. Mode of making Ordinances of the University.(1) The Ordinance of the University, on the subjects contained in section 26, may be made by the Executive Council but no draft ordinance concerning admissions to the University or its examinations, courses of study, attendance and the appointment of examiners shall be considered unless it has been proposed by the Academic Council.
The Executive Council shall have no power to amend any draft proposed, under
sub-section (1), by the Academic Council but the Executive Council may reject it
or return it to the Academic Council for reconsideration together with the
suggestions made by it on the draft as a whole or any part thereof.
All ordinances made by the Executive Council shall be submitted to the
Chancellor for approval and all such ordinances shall take effect from the date
of their publication in the Official Gazette after their approval by the
Regulations.- The Academic Council may make regulations in the manner specified
in the statutes; subject to the approval of the Executive Council, and
consistent with this Act, statutes and ordinances and on the matters within its
Rules.-Any authority of the University and any other Board of the University
specified in section 15 may make rules on all matters relating to their
business, subject to the approval of the -, Executive Council and consistent
with this Act, statutes and ordinances.
Statutes, ordinances and regulation to be puhlished in the Official Gazette and
laid before the House of the State Legislature.-(l) Every statute, ordinance,
regulation or rule of the University made from time to time, shall be published
in the Official Gazette.
Every statute, ordinance, regulation or rule of the University made by amendment
or otherwise after the commencement of this Act shall as soon as may be after
it is made be laid before the House of the State Legislature while it is in
session, for a total period of fourteen days which may be comprised in one
session or in two or more successive sessions and if, before the expiry of the
session in which it is so laid or the session immediately following, the House
of the State Legislature agrees to make any modification in the statute,
ordinance, regulation or rule or agrees that the statute, ordinance, regulation
or rule should not be made, such statute, ordinance, regulation or rule shall
thereafter have effect, only in such modified form or be of no effect, as the
case may be, so however, that any such modification or annulment shall be
without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under that
statute, ordinance, regulation or
31. Affiliation, recognition and approval.- Notwithstanding
anything to the contrary contained in any other law for the time being in force
in the State any Sanskrit College or Institution affiliated to, recognised, or,
as the case may be, approved by any University established in the State
immediately before the commencement of this Act under any existing law shall
immediately after the commencement of this Act, be deemed affiliated to,
recognised, or, as the case may be, approved by this University under this Act
and its affiliation, recognition, or, as the case may be, approval by that
University shall be deemed discontinued and its affiliation to, recognition,
or, as the case may be, approval by this University shall be continued subject
to the provisions of this Act or the statutes, ordinances or regulations or
rules made under this Act. .
32. University Funds.- (1) There shall be a general fund·
the University to which all such incomes, fees and other receipts shall be
credited under appropriate heads, as may be prescribed.
The money received as contribution, aid or grant from the Central Government or
the State Government or any other money received from anyone else as may be
directed by the Board, shall be credited to the Pratisthan Nidhi of the
The whole or any part of the money, deposited in the Pratisthan Nidhi of the
University, may be spent in such manner and for such purposes, as may be
prescribed, or invested in such securities as are specified in Section 20 of the
Indian Trusts Act, 1882 (Central Act 2 of 1882).
Such statements, accounts, reports or other particulars relating to the
untilisation of any grant, aid or contribution given or made by the Central
Government or the State Government shall be furnished to the said Government, as
may be required from time to time.
The General Fund of the Pratisthan Nidhi and other funds of the University shall
be kept, managed and dealt with in accordance with the provisions of the
statutes as may be made from time to time.
33. Provident Fund and Pension Fund.- (I) The University
shall, for the benefit of its teachers and employees, constitute a provident
fund or a pension fund or formulate an insurance scheme in such manner and
subject to such conditions as may be prescribed by the statutes.
Where any such provident fund or pension fund has been so constituted, the
provisions of the Provident Fund Act, 1925 (Central Act XIX of 1925), shall
apply to such fund.
Restriction on getting remuneration by the Registrar, other employees and
authorities.- No remuneration shall be offered to or accepted by the Registrar,
other officers and authorities for any work done by him for the University
without the prior permission of the State Government:
that nothing in this section shall in any manner affect the emoluments and
conditions of service as mentioned in section 13 in case of the Registrar, or
the provisions made
herein or in their absence those specified in the statutes, in other cases .
Restriction on getting remuneration by the members of the Executive Council.- No
member of the Executive Council shall get any remuneration for any work done
by him for the University whether as an examiner or an a tabulator or in any
Restriction on the term of office of the Board of Studies.- No. book written
or published by any member of a Board of Studies of the University shall be
prescribed or recommended to study for any examination of the University so long
as such person remains a member of the Board of Studies.
Vacancy not invalidate proceeding.- No act done or proceeding taken by any
authority or body of the University shall be questioned or deemed to be invalid
by reason only of any vacancy in the said authority or body.
Power to remove difficulties.-If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the
provisions of this Act the State Government may, by notification in the Official
Gazette, make such order, consistent with provisions of this Act, as may appear
to it to be necessary or expedient:
to the Government.
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