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(xiii) The President. the Vice-President and the General Secretary of the Maharaja Sayajirao University Union recognised by the University.BARODAACT NO. One member each elected-faculty-wise by teachers other than professors of each faculty from amongst themselves in the manner specified by the Statutes. ( vii) Principals of the constituent colleges. Member of the Syndicate falling under clause ( vii ) of sub-section ( 2 ) of section 23. All the Trustees of Sir Sayajirao Diamond Jubilee and Memorial Trust. not below the rank of a Joint Director of Technical Education designated by such Director. The Mayor of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Baroda. :J.Technical 'Education or an' officer. The Chairman of the Gujarat Secondary Education -Board. ( viii) ( ix) ( x) (xi) (xii) Heads of recognised institutions. xvn OF 1949 15 ( ii) The . The Director of Employment and Training or an officer not below the rank of a Joint Director of Employment and Training designated by such:Director. .Director of. ( iii) ( iv) ( v) (vi) Deans of Faculties. Member of the Syndicate faIling under clause ( x) of sub-section ( 3 ) of section 23. ( iii) One member from each of the constituent colleges and recognised institutions to be elected by teachers other than professors of such college or as the case may be institution from amongst themselves in the manner specified in the Statutes. Explanation:-For the purpose of this clause a teacher does not include a principal of a College or the Head of an Institution. CLASS II-Ordinary Members (A) Elected as specified below :( i) ( ii) Five professors elected by the professors of the Univ~rsity from amongst themselves in the manner specified in the Statutes." The Director of Health and Medical Services and M~ical Education or an officer not below the rank of a Joint Director of Health and Medical Services and Medical Education designated by such Director.

" .'I!) r'. ( ix) One representative to be elected by the registered trade unions in the University Area from amongst their members in the manner specified in the Statutes. irrespective of whether the donation was made before or after the college was made constituent or affiliated or the institution recognised: ( x) .)' One. (vii) (viii) Two representatives to be elected by the members of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly from amongst its members elected from the University Area. firm. or for purposes of.Industries..eachof the faculties from amongst themselves in the manner specified in the Statutes. THE . ( B) Two members to be elected in the manner specified in the Statutes from amongst themselves by donors each donating money or property of the value of not less than one lakh of rupees :( i) ( ii) to.. ( vi) One representatiye to be elected by the Heads of the secondary schools in the University area from amongst such Heads in the manner specified in the Statutes.UNIVERSITY. firm.. ind . trust. (iv. Baroda from amongst its members in accordance with the Statutes: Provi~ed that if any such member be an undivided Hindu family. a representative nominated in this behalf by such undivided Hindu family. One member elected by the Bar Council of the State of Gujarat from amongst its members: Provided that every person elected under this paragraph shall continue to hold office of a member of the Senate so long only as he is a member of the electing body. One representative to be elected by the secondary teachers of the secondary schools in the University Area from amongst themselves in the manner specified in the Statutes. company or body corporate shall be deemed to be a member of the federation for the purpose of this clause. the University.16 "" .member"eachi eIectedTfaculty-wiseTby registered graduates in 'r.' . or for purposes of a constituent or affiliated college or institution recognised by the University.JJ.. (. trust.r '( V j I One'representative to be elected by the Federation of Gujarat Mills . . or to.~>~. company or body corporate. '.

BAROD~T~ri. Exp/~!iQ~'. '.at. and shall.n the S. ".a confirmed employee of the University.'N9. 'r' the decisiQifaS to the market . value shall rest with the . OF 1949 -- 11 ~. attended a'meeting of a Senate.. be vacant 21 (I) The Senate shall meet at least once a year on any date fixed by the ViceChancellor.al~e'of .'. the University. The term of office of Ordinary Members ' 20 If for a period of two consecutive years any Ordinary Member has not.'propertyat the date of acceptance and.T-i!9~ . H3 .~xt~ni! bey'~nd rU\eri~rio. '" the . such union is recognised by:the University. . (C) Fifteen persons t~ be 'n()n1imitdd. c. the value of the "" ". 19 The term of office of Ordinary Members 'shall. i~titution or" as the case may be. to be called the annual meeting of the Senate..~~:righ~JP(.. ...' ..'.d 9f: 1tw~nty -..ba6kw~rd:co~munitiesand such other classof persons. save as herein otherwise provided be five years. Meeting of the Senate (2) The Vice-Chancellor may call any other meeting of the Senate whenever he thinks fit. - " pro~rty' me~iis-~~ :Pi. .v. and ( D) (2 ) Any person who is appointed as a representative of the University by virtue of his being a member -of the Senate shall cease to be such representative on his ceasing to be such member].ng":PJ.ting of the Senate.rears from the date of acceptance of such donation by the college.'~ . soCialworkers. :' C!".9Yided?tp.. ' "I .' by tho'State Government from amongst distinguishededucationists. other than a conOffice of Member to vocation.ePJ. .el~cti.' .special mee. women and representatives of the minorities.ark~t. . .enateshall not.". upon a requisition in writing signed by not less than fifteen Members convene a.t!1. for any reason whatsoever. . " c ' ". -. the Chancellor may declare his office to be vacant.b~s p.' Syndicate and'shan'be final.. One representative of: the union' of the non-teaching staff of University to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst the office bearers of such union: Provided that( i) ( ii) such representative is.'." .'.sch6iars.'." }hl p~()'~'r()f this' ~aragraph.!i: ~&.

' . s.' . 3. (xiv) to consider and pass 4[ resolutions] on the financial estimates prepared by the Syndicate." " . 2*diplomas and other academic distinctions. training or research.' . 16 (c). scholarships. ibid. amend or repeal Statutes. training'in such branches of learning as it may think fit for the advance'ment of teaming. Sfand other authorities and officers as provided in this Act or Statute].18 TIiB uNIvERSITY ~. guidance in research and practical . travelling fellowships. (xii) to consider and pass resolutions on the annual administration report and annual accounts. and the Council of Postgraduate Studies and Research. and recognised institutions to undertake instruction. (iv) to organise and make provision for common librariEs. ~'Powers arid perform the following duties:. (xv) to elect the members of the Syndicate. and all other equipment for teaching and research. medals. readerships. 52 of 1950. and prizes. ibid.' r ". Powers'and duties' ' "." . colleges and institutes of research and specialized studies. ". . ( i) 1 2 3 4 The The The This words" and award" were deleted by Born. (vii) to institutt" and confer degrees.as will enable the University Departments.. but not amend Ordinances. substituted for the word" resolution" by Born.~.'. i. University and affiliated colleges. 9 of 1951. s. .' h: !.. 5 These words were added byBom. on the recommendation of the Syndicate. . honorary degrees2* or other academic distinctions. exhibitions. cancel or refer back.r~ 1')' Subject to the provisions of'thist Act. and the transaction of their business." '. (viii) to confer. words" and to supervise other places" were deleted. ( v) to establish and maintain University Departments. ( ii) to make such provision for prescribing Courses of studies.: the' Senate shall exercise the following . :" . " of the Senate i .of the Senate and the Syndicate. (vi) to institutel" fellowships. and to make the necessary financial provision therefor. was. 16 (0). s. ( x) to make.'.' '22 . s. 16 (b). . (xiii) to make Statutes for regulating the procedure at meetings . and research studentships. laboratories. ( iii) to institute professorships.' to make provision for instruction. museums. 52 of 1950.. . improvement of technicai skill. ( ix) to provide and maintain hostels3*** for the residence of students. s. training or research . word" titles" was deleted.dissemination of lCnowledge. 16 (d). ( xi) to consider.. lecturerships or other classes of teachers required by the University.

(vii) One professor ofthe University to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from amongst such professors who are not members of the Senate. the officer designated under clause (i) of paragraph (B) of Class-I of sub-section (1) of section 18. ( iv) The Director of Technical Education. -. (vi) Two Deans of Faculties elected by the Senate from amongst its members who are the Deans of Faculties... to withdraw such privileges. 10. s. I[ ( 2 ) ( i) ( ii) ( iii) The Syndicate shall consist 'of- The Vice-Chancellor. imposed upon it. the officer designated under clause (ii) of paragraph ( B) of Class-I of sub-section ( 1 ) of section 18.this . .. (2) The powers and duties under clauses (i ) to (xii) of sub-section ( 1) shall not be exercised except upon..:i' "'.institu~ions ~6 the privileges of the Univero. ex-officio.BAA6DA. and if he is unable to attend.or the Statutes or Ordinances.\~~~~ ~rOF f 1~4~ 19 -.admit eduqationat. . ( x) ( xi) . 1 of 1982.Act-. in the manner specified in Statutes. (viii) One Principal of the constituent college elected by the Senate from amongst the Principals of the constituent colleges in the manner specified in the Statutes.pf. . Heads of Departments and principals of the constituent colleges to be elected by the 1 This sub-section (2) was substituted by Guj..powers and discharge such other duties and perform such. .recommendations made by the Syndicate.ty .."". the officer designated under clause ( iii ) of paragraph ( B) of Class-! of sub-section ( I ) of section 18. 23 (1) Syndicate The Syndicate shall be the executiveauthority of the University.. ex-officio. The Director of Higher Education and if he is unable to attend. . and if he is unable to attend.the.by. or entrusted -to i~. The Pro-Vice-Chancellor. (xyi)n to . and. . One Head of Department elected by the Heads of Departments from amongst themselves in the manner specified in the Statutes. .t .11erfunctions as may be copferred. Five teachers of the University other than Deans. ( v) The Director of Health and Medical Services and Medical Education. (xvii) to elCercisesuch other.. ( ix) Six persons elected by the Senate from amongst its members who are neither teachers nor employees nor students of the University or of the college. .

save as herein "otherwis~provided. ibid. to administer the funds placed at the disposal of the University for specific purposes and to keep and maintain proper accounts of the same. to frame the annual financial 4[estimates] of the University and to submit them to the Senate. (xii) Four persons nominated 'by the State Government from amongst distinguished eduCationists. 18(b). '1. sh~ll be 1[three] years. 52 of 1950. s.' (5) The term of officeof the elected members of the Syndicate. gymnasia. 18 of 1956. libraries. hostels. playgrounds.Senate fro~ . 24 (1) ( ii) ( iii) ( iv) ( v) (vi) (vii) 1 2 3 4 This word was substituted for the word" two ". museums. '. namely :of the Syndicate ( i) to control and administer the properties of the University and the University 3[Fund] and to keep and maintain proper accounts of the same. the Syndicate shall exercise the following powers and Powers and duties perform the following duties. to erect. vary. s. social workers and such other clasS of persons irrespective of' whether they are members of the Senate].. apparatus or furniture and other appliances needed for carrying on the work of the University.c'i . to enter into.' * If for any reason whatsoever the elected member remains absent from four consecutive ordinary meetings of the Syndicate he shall vacate his seat in the Syndicate. 3.s. This word was substituted for the words" and Trust Funds ". equip and maintain 5[colleges and research institutes]. 17 (b).a~6tig~{ it~ "memb~rs 'in' the manner specified in the Statutes. to provide suitable equipment. s. 18 (a). Sub-section (4) was deleted by Bom.Hk"frntVk1iiY': '. Subject to such. conditions as may be prescribed by or under provisions of this Act. carry out and cancel contracts on behalf of the University in the exercise or performance of the powers and duties assigned to it by the Act and the Statutes. 52 of 1950. ( 3) (4)2. . s. * . 9 of 1951. teachers.20 \::::~. to determine the form and provide for the custody and regular use of the common seal of the University. laboratories. S These wordswere substitutedfor the word" buildings" by Born. 17 (c). by Bom.' . and structures needed for carrying on the work of the University. This word was substituted for the word" estimate" by Bom.

University and affiliated colleges. studentships. .. 3 These clauses were substituted for the original. exhibitions. ( ix) ( x) ( xi) to transfer any mo~able or' immovable property on behalf of the University. s. scholarships. Employment Bureau.ensuring proper conditions of employment for members of the staff of such colleges or institutions and. accounts and investments of the University. conduct and discipline of the University students. . or to take such other steps as it deems proper]. 3( (xvii) to recommend to the Senate conferment of honorary degrees and other academic distinctions upon distinguished persons. to recognise hostels.18 (c). (xii) (xiii) (xiv) ( xv) (xvi) to manage and regulate the finances. returns and other information from University and affiliated colleges and recognised institutions. (xviii) to make Ordinances for and to regulate the award of fellowships. 'donati6us and transfers of any movable"~r 'immovable property to the University. subject to the provision of the Statutes. 18(c). Publication Board. and recognised instituions. and to lay down conditions for ensuring or maintaining their efficiency in teaching. to arrange for co-ordination of studies and teaching in. medals and prizes]. 18 (if). 1 These words were substituted for the words" to supervise hostels and to direct their inspection . . to make arrangements for the maintenance of the University Battalions in the National Cadet Corps or similar Training Corps. . to make Ordinances for the residence. travelling fellowships. 52 of 1950.BARODA ~iCi=No. $'. and in recognized institutions. training or research and 1[ to issue instructions for . . 2[ (xvia) to supervise hostels]. to call for reports. ' . in case of disregard of such instructions. Students' Unions. and to make arrangements for their health and general welfare. by Born.s. . to recommend modification of conditions of their affiliation or recognition. and to make all payments on behalf of the University.. and from authorities in charge of hostels.'~jvItioF 1949 21 (viii) to accept OIibehaIfof the University'bequests. and Students' Advisory Bureau for foreign studies. ibid. and to receive and collect 'fees. 2 This clause was inserted. University or Athletic Clubs. t to arrange for and direct the inspection of affiliated colleges. "grants' and interests' due to the University. ibid.

reader. to organise or arrange for the employment of students. to determine salaries. to make. lecturer or teacher of the University and withdraw such recognition. and define their duties. 18 (f). to exercise such other powers. to make Ordinances for the discipline and supervision of all teachers of the University and officers and other employees. 52 of 1950. ( xxiv) ( xxv) 3[ (xxvi) ( xxvii) (xxviii) ( xxix) (xxx) ( xxxi) ( xxxii) - (xxxiii) (2 ) The Syndicate shall submit to the Senate every year an administration report about all matters concerning University affairs. s. to publish the results of University examinations and other tests.' (xix) to recognise a member ofthe staff of an affiliated college or recognized I[ (xx) (xxi) (xxii) ( xxiii ) institution as a professor. assistants. 2 These words were inserted by Born. amend and cancel the Ordinances. 2 (1) (2) (a). perform such other functions and discharge such other duties as may be conferred or imposed on the Syndicate by this Act or the Statutes. s.d con. to appoint University professors. 3 This clause was substituted for the original. 1 This clause was substituted by Guj. and define their duties. to make Ordinances for levying examination fees and other charges and to collect the same. 10 of 1982. to hold an. University colleges. and particularly about all acceptances or transfers of property referred to in caluse (viii) of sub-section ( I ). the conditions of their service. allowances and emoluments of the teachers 2[ and other employees] of the University. readers and other teachers as provided for in this Act or by Statutes. 18(g). to appoint t~e Registrar and other officers of the University as 'provided for in this Act or by Statutes. University departments. to fix remuneration of examiners] . the qualifications for employments as teachers and to prescribe leave rules. to lay down conditions on which students shall be admitted to examinations.22 THEl UNIVERstr'Y i . to appoint clerks. s. ibid.duct eithtr examinations or tests or both as prescribed by the Ordinances]. . to exercise all powers of the University not otherwise provided for in the Act or Statutes which may be necessary to give effect to the provisions of the Act. supervisors and other servants of the University.

mpTised in the Faculty.. The powers. and ending with" Fellows . . were substituted for the words beginning with" elected" s. 42 of 1955. Fine Arts. 2 (1) (2) (b). Education and Psychology. Law. by Born. and shall preside at its meetings. 4 These words by Born. and emoluments of thi' teachers and other employees of the University shall be subject to the 'approval of the State Government]. 52 of 1950. Medicine. There shall be a Dean of each Faculty. and the conditions governing the term of offices of their members shall be as prescribed by the Statutes. s. The Dean shall be the Chairman of the Faculty. allowances . 2 This portion was substituted for the words beginning with" Arts" and ending with" Fine Arts". relate' to th~ determination of salaries. functions and tenures. Science. 1 This sub-section (4) was inserted by Guj. 5 These words s.te.and ( ii) such members of the Boards of Studies for the subjects (. training and research in the various Studies and Research subjects taught in the University or in which training is given or research conducted.JXVIl OF 1949 '23 ( 3) I[ ( 4 ) The 'Syndicate' may by !:Oi"dinancesr(appoint committees to carry out its administrative work and define their.. Each Faculty shall consist of:( i) such Members as are assigned to each Faculty by the Sen<. s. 25 (I) Faculties (2) (3) (4 ) The University shall include the Faculties of 2[Arts.constitution. ]9 3 These words were substituted for the words and brackets" Technology (including Engineering J .)C made by the Senate. 52 of 1950. Agriculture. were inserted. Home Science. by Born. 21 (a) (i). as may be elected to it under the Statute to. . The exercise of ther~wers 'by the' Syndicate under clause (xxiv) of subsection ( I ). who shall be 4[appointed by the Syndicate in accordance with the Statutes. J. Commerce. ibid. (i) There shall be a Council of Post-graduate Studies and Research ( hereinafter called the Council) to deal with all matters relating to Council of Post-graduate ~[Post-graduate] instruction.BARODA~ACTlNO. and duties of the Faculties. ] 26 (I) Deans of Faculties (2) (3) 27 (I) The Dean of each Faculty shall be responsible for the due observance of the Statutes and Ordinances relating to that Faculty.20. Each Faculty shall comprise such subjects as may be prescribed by the Statutes . 10 of 1982. Social Work] and such other Faculties as may be prescribed by the Statutes. 3. in so far astliey. 3[Technology and Engineering].

Arts. 2[ ( a) the Fac~lties of Arts. ( . Heads of departments in the said subjects in9* * '" "'affiliated colleges and recognised institutions. 5(iii) '" * '" ( iv) The Dean of each Faculty. Edusation and Psychology. s. s. Law. 7 The words" but who arc not persons referred to in sub-clauses (i) and (ii)" were deleted. 22 (a) (i). and the Faculties of Science. 11. ibid. 3[Technology and Engineering] and Agriculture. I of 1982. 3 These words were substituted for the words and brackets" Technology (including Engineering)" by Bom. ibid.ii) The Council may. 2 These sub-cJauses were substituted for the original.] (b) (2) The Council shall consist of:( i) The Vice-Chancellor. as may be prescribed by the Statutes. 6(V) '" * '" * ( vi) such number of the teachers of the University not exceeding five. 21 (a) (iii). by Bom. . 1.tbe.e Science and Social Work. s. II. ). 21 (a) (ii). 9 The words" the University or ".: ~:. divided' by the Statutes into two following .] There shall be a Board of Studies for every subject or group of subjects as may be prescribed by the Statutes. 8 This sub-section was added. Each Board shall consist of( i) ( ii) ( iii) Heads of the University Departments in the subjects for which the Board is constituted. in such numbers. Boards of Studies (2) 1 This word was substituted for the word" departments". Commerce. . s. 6 Clause (v) was deleted by Born. ibid. 3. s. Fine. were deleted. 21 (b). s. UNiVERSITY. 21 (c). . 4( ii)' The Pro-Vice-Chancellor. 42 of 1955.[divisions] :--" . s. elected from amongst such teachers who are themselvesdoing post-graduate research or training 7* * * '[ ( 3 ) 28 (I) The term of office of the Council shall be three years and its powers and duties shall be prescribed by the Statutes. .. as may be prescribed by the Statutes. Medicine. 52 of 1950. .C'. Hom. s. 52 of 1950. such class of teachers of the University in the said subjects.24 }~\: '1 'nIB. s. and elected in such manner. 21 (b). ibid. 4 This clause (ii) was substituted by Guj. ibid. 5 This cJause (iii) was deleted.

. s. 22 (b). "" ' (3) 2[( 4 ) (5) . . ( iii) the election of the members to the Senate. CHAPTER IV STATUTES AND ORDINANCES .6 ~Iectddby' the members of the Board of Studies. 23 (a) (i). and the Syndicate.NoJ .. . 31 Subject to the provisions of this Act. a Board for StUdents' Welfare and a Publication Board. I[ (iv) such experts itithe. "'. ( iv'j 3[conferment of degrees]. 29 (I) The constitution. .. powers and duties of the Boards established under sub.. s. and i Other . a Sports Board. " 1 2 3 4 H 4 .with the Statutes. 22 (a) (ii). in so far as they are not provided for by this Act.:: " " XVII OF' 1949 25 . by Born. diplomas. The Chairman shall 1. This clause was added. were substituted for the words" the degrees". s.. The powers.siibjects-c8ncemed as may be appointed by the Syndicatefin accordance . powers and'duties of such other bodies as may be declared by the Statutes to be authorities o( the University shall be as prescribed Other authorities by the Statutes. 23 (a) (ii). ibid. s. Sub-sections (4) and (5) were added. duties 'and functions of the Board of Studies shall be as prescribed by the StatutesJ The University may establish a Board of Extra-Mural Studies.BARODA rxcr. . 52 of 1950. ibid. and other authorities of the University and the procedure at meetings thereof and for the transaction of their business. . ibid. the Statutes may provide for all or any of the following matters :Statutes ( i) the powers and duties of the officers of the University. These words.4* certificates and other academic distinctions to be conferred by the University. ( 2) . 30 The constitution. . powers and duties of the authorities of the University save as provided in this Act.... The term of office of each B9ard of Studies shall be three years.Boards such other Boards as may be prescribed by the Statutes.] i:". section ( I ) shall be as pr~scribedby the Ordinances. ( ii) the constitution. The word" titles" was deleted.

by Born. 1980. the Syndicate may propose to the Senate the draft of any Statute to be passed by the Senate. in the matter hereinafter provided. at any time after the commencement of the said Ordinance. 3. their making !sm. the registration of graduates and maintenance of a register of registered graduates. . be deemed to be the Statutes providing for matters for which provisions have been made in the said Schedule: Provided that the Senate shall be competent to amend. the maintenance of the accounts. 23 (b). Such draft shall be considered by the Senate at its next succeeding meeting. on the commencement of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (Amendment) Ordinance. the conferment of honorary degrees. ~ This sub-section ( IA) was inserted by Guj. Stallites. repealed or added to. s.certificates and other academic distinctions. s. s. all other matters which by this Act are to be or may be prescribed by the Statutes. 1.! operation 4[ (I A) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1). 23 (b). The Senate may approve such draft and pass the Statute or may reject it or return it to the Syndicate for reconsidf'J'1'ation either in whole or in part together I The word" titles" was deleted. 23 (a). 5 of 1981. subject however to the condition that no such Statute shall be amended. before the Vice-Chancellor is appointed for the ~rst time after such commencement]. and the 3[method of preparation) of annual budget of the University. ibid. donations and endowments.26 ( v) ( vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) ( x) ( xi) THE UNIVERSITY the procedure for !he withdrawal or cancellati9n ofidegrees.6r may be amended. the Statutes in Schedule IV shall. diplomas. bequests. repeal /Ill. the acceptance 2[ of grants]. 52 of 1950. repeal or add to any of this Statutes in the manner hereinafter provided. repealed or added to by Statutes made by the Senate. s. . 3 These words were substituted for the words" preparation and passing ". :: These words were substituted for the words" and management of ". 32 (1) The Statutes may be made by the Senate.-ndment. the holding of convocation to confer degrees or diplomas. ( 2) ( 3) ( 4) the Senate may take into consideration the draft of a Statute either of its own motion or on a proposal by the Syndicate. ibid.

Where a Statute' affects the powers or duties of any officer.submitted to the Government and shall be liable to be cancelled by the Government within a period of one year from the date they were received by it: Provided that before a Statute is cancelled. 33 Subject to such conditions as may be prescribed by or under the provisions of this Act and the Statutes. 1 The word" titles .devir OF 1949 :27 with any amendments -Which.s. the Senate>. thinks:dit (5) .mannel:it. (viii) Inspection of affiliated colleges. ibid.the Senate may: suggest. and the opinion of the Syndicate. 3 These words were substituted for the words" other than the teachers of the University". and other academic distinctions. 52 of 1950. authority or Board concerned. (iv) Residence. ( ii) ( 6) All Statutes passed by the Senate from time to time shall bE. and.consider tfie~views of the officer. authority or Board concerned. . before passing. 24 (c). affiliated colleges and recognised institutions and institutions maintained by the University.:it:shall be again presented to the Senate with the report of the' Syndicate thereon and the Senate may then deal with the draft in any. s. 4 This clause was substituted for the original. S These words were inserted. the Senate shall be given an opportunity to express its views. the Ordinances may provide for all or any of Ordinances the following matters :( i ) Courses of studies for degrees. recognised institutions and hostels. shall ascertain and consider the views of the officer. (vi) Appointments of examiners and supervisors. ( ii) Admission of students to the various courses of study and examinations. 4[ ( vii) Conduct of examinations and other tests]. taken into consideration of its own motion. (iii) Levy of fees in the 2[University Departments]. After any draft so returned has been further considered' by the Syndicate together with any amendments suggested by the Senate. authority or Board of the University :( i) the Syndicate ~hall. 24 (a). 24 (d). conduct and discipline of students. ibid. before proposing the draft of such Statutes.. ascertain' and. s. s.!s. 2 These words were substituted for the words" University and". any such Statute. I*diplomas. (ix) Rules to be observed and enforced by constituent 5[and affiliated] colleges and recognised institutions in respect of transfer of students. was deleted by Born. ibid. 24 (e). . ( v) Qualifications and terms and conditions of the employment of teachers 3[in affiliated colleges and recognised institutions]. 24 (b).. ibid.ilAAODA'Acr:No.

'. ibid.0 tHE:uNivERSrrY.'. 52 of 1950. The resolution shall be passed by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the members present at the 2[meeting.. . make rules. any such Ordinances. until the Senate has considered it as provided in sub-section (3)].. Number and designations ofthe'teachersofthe powers and duties. '. 34 (1) ( 3) 3[( 4) 35 Any authority of the University specified in clauses (iii) to (vi) of section 16 and any other Board of the University may. 1 These words were substituted for the words beginning with" unless" and ending with . suspend the operation of any such Ordinance.'jl1id:the conditions of their service. 3 This sub-section was added. ibid. (xii) Recognition of'teachers of the University'. and Ordinances providing for all matters solely concerning such authority or Board. The Vice-Chancellor may.. Jor the performance of the duties imposed upon the Syndicate by this Act' ~r the Statutes. on the application of not less than thirty members of the Senate.' . necessary for the exercise of the power~ conferred or. such majority comprising not less than thirty members of the Senate]. (xiv) Generally all matters forwhich provision is. 2 These words were substituted for the word" meeting ".e opinion of the ~yndicate. by the Syndic~te: provided that no Ordinance covering any matter connected WIth the maintenance of standards of teaching and examination in the University shall be made Making of Ordinances t[ without consulting. s. (xiii) All matters which by this Act or the Statutes are to be provided by Ordinances. in th. 25 (c). The Senate shall have power by resolution to cancel or to refer back. concerned ". Statutes. 25 (b).Ci:'J . i' C . consistent with this Act. s. their emoluments. Ordinances shall'be'. by Born.] ( 2) All Ordinances made by the Syndicate shall. s.~8 (. have effect from such date ~s it may direct.made. except as provided by this Act.. the Faculty or Faculties concerned. (xi) Recognition of hostels.' i '(:-. University. 25 (a). but every Ordinance so made shall be laid before the Senate for its consideration. . . subject to the approval by the Rules Syndicate. but not to amend.x) .

and all other changes which result in any of the aforesaid requirements not being fulfilled or 3[continuing not] to be fulfilled shall be forthwith reported to the Syndicate. ibid. as far as circumstances may permit.' and shall satisfy the Syndicate(a) (b) (c) t* * * * * * * (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) that the college is to be' under manageD?-entof a regularly constituted governing body. 3 These words were substituted for the word" continued ". 1 2 Clause (0) was deleted. teaching or training to be undertaken by the college. 52 of 1950. by Born. So26 (0). and for the supervision and welfare of students. ' . that the financial resources of the college are such as to make due provision for its continued maintenance and efficient working." ' 36 (1) Affiliation A college applying for affiliation:' to the Umvdtsity shall send a letter of application to the Registrar. ibid. in conformity with the Ordinances. and transference of management and all changes in the teaching staff.(0).BARODA 'A'cr Ne). The application shall further contain an assurance that.' XViY'°OF 1949 r' 29 'CHAPTER'V ' . .1 AFFILIATION"AND ' RECOGNITIO~ '1 :J!t . be made for the residence of the principal and some members of the teaching staff in or near the college. s. s. after the college is affiliated. that the strength an(f qualification of the teaching staff. that arrangements have been or will be made in conformity with the Statutes and Ordinances for imparting instruction in that branch of science in a properly equipped laboratory or museum. and the conditions governing their tenure 'of office. where affiliation is sought in any branch of experimental science. are 2[in accordance with the Statutes and the Ordinances and are] such as to make due provision for the courses of instruction. that the buildings in which. . the college is to be located are suitable. . and that the college rules fixing the fees ( if any) to be paid by the students have not been so framed as to involve such competition with any existing college as would be injurious to the interests of education. that due provision will. or the place provided for the residence of students.26. for the residence of students not residing with their parents or guardians. and that provision will be made. These words were inserted. 26 (0).

38 (1) 1 These words were substituted 2 This word was substituted for the words" the Senate ". On receipt of a letter of application under sub-section ( I ) the Syndicate shall(a ) direct an . for the" relating thereto the Senate" by Born. shall grant or refuse the application qr any part thereof. 5. Senate relating thereto to the Governm~nt ] which. ( b ) subjects and courses in regard to which recognition is sought. ( 4) ( 5) 37 Where a college desires to add to the courses of instruction in respect of which it is affiliated. of the Syndicate I[ and the. and shall give full information in the letter of application in respect of the folbwing matters. equipment and the number of students for whom provision has been or is proposed to be made. (b ) ( c). after such inquiry as may appear to it to be necessary. make such further inquiry as may appear to be necessary. their qualifications and salaries and the research work done by them.26 (b). namely:( a ) constitution and personnel of the managing body. so far Extension of affiliation as may be.s.inquJry to be. and record its. ( c ) accommodation. 26 (c). An application under sub-section ( I ) may be withdrawn at any time before an order is made under sub-section (3). either in whole or in part. and.the courses of instruction in respect of which the college is affiliated. 52 of 1950. . ( d ) the strength of the staff. ibid. stating the results of any inquiry under clauses (a) and (b). the ground of such refusal shall be stated. be followed. where the application or any part thereof is refused. the procedure prescribed by section 36 shall. Recognition of institutions of research and specialized studies ( 2) An institution applying for recognistion under this section shall send a letter of application to the Registrar.. The Senate shall have the power to recognise as a recognised institution any institution of research or specialised studies other than a college. the order"of 2[Government] shall specify. if any.30 ( 2) 'hIE UNIVERSITY . Where the application or any part thereof is granted. made by a competent person or persons authorised by the Syndicate in this behalf in respect of the matters referred to in sub-section (I) and such other matters as may be deemed necessary and relevant. opinion on the question whether the application should be granted or refused. ( 3) The Registrar shall submit the application and all proceedings.

Where the application or any part thereof is refused."'"BARODAACf NO. XVll. if the college has failed to carry out any Withdrawal of affiliation of the provisions of sub-section ( 1 ) of section 36. such action as may app~ar to it to be necessary in respect of any of the matters referred to in sub-section ( I ) of section 36 and sub-section (2) of section 38. the Syndicate shall send a copy of the notice and written statement mentioned in sub-section ( 2 ) to 40 (1) ( 3) . the Senate shall specify the subjects and the courses of instruction in respect of which the institution is recognized.. and shall state in writing the grounds on which it is made. ( 3) The rights conferred on a college by affiliation may be withdrawn. Every affiliated college and recognized institution shall furnish such reports. The member of the Syndicate who intends to move such a motion shall give notice of it. If the Senate decides to take the application into consideration. it may direct an inquiry to be made by a competent person or persons authorised by it in this behalf. returns and other informatiol{ as the Syndicate may require to Inspection of colleges enable it to judge of the efficiency of th~ colleg~ or in5titution. within a specified period. ( 2) A motion for the withdrawal or the modification of such rights shall be initiated only in the Syndicate. or the college is conducted in a manner which is prejudicial to the interests of education.~OF 1949- 31 r( e) fees levied or proposed to be "levied arid the financial provision made for capital expenditure on buildings and equipment and for the con~ tinued maintenance and efficient 'working of the institution. ( 3) ( 4) Before taking the application into consideration the Senate may call for any further information which it may deem necessary. ~ and reports 39 (I) ( 2) The Syndicate shall cause every such college or institution to be inspected from time to time by one or more competent persons authorized by the Syndicate in this behalf. The Syndicate may call upon any college or institution so inspected to take.~. Before taking the said motion into consideration. the grounds of such refusal shall be stated. or the college has failed to observe any of the conditions of its affiliation. After considering the report made as a result of such inquiry and making such further inquiry as may appear to it to be necessary the Senate shall grantor refuse the application or any part thereof. Where the application or any part thereof is granted. in whole or in part. or modified.

of the Syndicate and the Senate relating thereto to Government. shall be stated in the order. may. make such I[ recommendations] as it deems fit.n (I) IIOirh.] Where the rights conferred by affiliation are withdrawn in whole or in part or modified. shall make a report to the Senate.!rawal of M\~.'11 was in>erted by Born.". ( 4) On receipt of the representation or on the expiry of the period referred to in sub-section (3). ~[(5A) ( 5) The Registrar shall submit the proposal and all the proceedings. and such further inquiry. as may appear to it to be necessary. after such further inquiry. the Syndicate shall send :1copy of the notice and written statement mentioned in sub-section ( 2 ) to ( 6) . Provided that the period so specified.IS substituted for the word" order" by Borno 30 of 1954. if any. On receipt of the report under sub-section ( 4 ) the Senate shall. The member of the Syndicate who intends to move such a motion "shall give notice of it and shall state in writing the grounds on which it is made. the grounds for such withdrawal or modification. shall make such order as it thinks fit. Before taking the said motion into consideration. such majority comprising not less than one-half of the members of the Senate.:ti.! . Provided that no resolution of the Senate recommending the withdrawal or affiliation shall be deemed to have been passed by it unless the resolution has obtained the support of two-thirds of the members present at a meeting of the Senate. and after such inspection by any competent person or persons authorised by the Syndicate in this behalf. 27. The rights conferred on an institution by recognition may be withdrawn or suspended for any period if the institution has failed to observe any of the conditions of its recognition or the institution is conducted in a manner which is prejudicial to the interest of education. A motion for such withdrawal or suspension shall be initiated only in the Syndicate. as may appear to it to be necessary. : This sub. s. 52 of 1950.:."ri(m ( 2) ( 3) I This war. s..s. together with "an intimation that any representation in writing submitted within a period specified in such intimation on behalf of the college will be considered by the Syndicate. be extended by the Syndicate. if any. which. the Syndicate after considering the notice of motion.27.32 THB UNIVBRSITY the Principal of the college concerned. statement and repFesentation.'. if any. after such further inquiry. .. if necessary. as may appear to it to be necessary.

.ct. decide whether the recognition should be withdrawn or suspended.ppear. On receipt of the report under sub-section ( 4 ) the Senate shall. and all colleges within the said the University Area area which may thereafter be taken over 2[ or started] by. 52 of 1950. s. s. statement and representation and after such inspection by any competent person . which are admitted to the privileges of the University Organization within under sub-section (3) of section 5.the expiry of period referred to in sub-section (3 ). These words were inserted by Born. The words" and included in Schedule II " were deleted by Born. 28. or be and fori'" teaching affiliated to the University3 [ 4 * * * . after such further inquiry.th~ Syn." BARODAj. 1 of 1958.the Syndicate after"considering the notice of motion. 1 2 3 4 H 5 The word" post-graduate" was deleted by Born.to it 19 be necessary shall make a report to the Senate if the Syndicate decides that.. 30 of 1954. the recognition should be withdrawn or suspended. be extended by the Syndicate'jl<. ( 5) CHAPTER VI All University colleges and ~lleges within the University Area specified in Scheduule II.dicate in this behalf. writing submitted withi~ a period specified)n the intimation on behalf of the inst~tution . as may appear to it to be necessary.. ..the head of the iqstitutipn concerned. if necessary. 42 (1) . Provided that t~e period. No such. 1 of 1958. ~ OF 1949 33 . ( 4) On receipt of the: representation or on .. The words" and included in Schedule II" were inserted by Born.will:py .by.or persons authorised .. so specified may.] shall be constituent colleges of the Uniyersity. and after such further inquiry as may a. 28.}o{O.J9gether with an intimation that any representation in. such majority comprising not less than one-half of the members of the Senate.cgnsidered by the Syndicate. if any. report for withdrawal or suspension shall be made unless a resolution to that effect is supported by at least two-thirds of the members present at the meeting of the Syndicate. as the case may be : Provided that the recog:1ition shall not be withdrawn or suspended unless a resolution of the Senate to that effect is supported by a majority of at least two-thirds of the members present at the meeting of the Senate...

s. when necessary. and to require satisfactory arrangements for tutorial and similar other work in such colleges and institutions and to inspect such arrangements from time to time. to approve the appointments of the teachers made by such colleges and institutions. ibid. 3* ( 2) * * . teaching and training beyond the stage of the Entrance Examination shall be conducted either by the I[ constituent and affiliated colleges or] recognised institutions in such subjects as may be prescribed by the 2[Ordinances]. to confine the enrolment of students to certain subjects.. ibid. s. 29 (a). The relations of the affiliated colleges and constituent recognized institutions within the University shall be governed by the Statutes to be made in that behalf. . to levy contributions from such colleges and institutions and make grants to them. 2 This word was substituted for the word. laboratories and other equipments for teaching and research. 3 Sub-section (2) was deleted. to require each such college and institution to contribute a prescribed quota of recognized teachers in any subject for teaching on behalf of the University. to co-ordinate and regulate the facilities provided and expenditure incurred by such colleges and institutions in regard to libraries. and such Statutes shall provide in particular for the exercise by the University of the following powers in respect of the affiliated coIleges and constituent recognized institutions:( i) to lay down minimum educational qualifications for the different classes of teachers and tutorial staff employed by such colleges and institutions and the conditions of their service. 52 of 1950. . ( 3) ( ii) ( iii) ( iv) ( v) ( vi) (vii) 43 (1) Teaching Within the University Area all instructions. 29 (a). Statutes".34 ( 2) THE UNIVERSITY The institutions specified in Schedule III and all institutions within the University Area which may hereafter be recognized under section 38 shall be the constituent recognized institutions of the University. 29 (b). to require such colleges and institutions. * * 1 These words substituted for the words" constituent colleges or constituent" by Born. s.

8[ Provided that a student who has passed Secondary School Certificate Examination in the tenth standard conducted by the Gujarat Secondary Education Board in such subjects and with such standards of attainment as may be prescribed by Statutes or any other examination prescribed as equivalent to the aforesaid examination may be enrolled as a student of the University for the purpose of such diploma courses as may be prescribed by Statutes. 284. 32 of 1978. These words were substituted for the words" of this University". 3 4 5 6 7 8 These words were inserted by Guj..BAROi>AAcr NO. ibid. ibid. This word. 6 (2) (1) (b). s. s. 1948. 30 (a). 195&. and held in such subjects and in such manner as . These words were substituted for the words" Secondary School Certificate Examination Board ". 52 of 1950. p. 1 2 by Guj. . s. in such subjects 4[and with such standards of attainment] as may be prescribed by the S[Ordinances]. xVtI OF -1949 35 CHAPTER VII ENROLMENT AND DEGREES 44 No student shall be enrolled as a student of University unless he has passedQualifications for enrolment of students of University ( i ) the SecondarySchool CertificateExamination 1[in the eleventh standard or the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination] conducted by the 2[ Gujarat Secondary Education Board]. This word was substituted for the word" Statutes". 30 (a). by Born. if any. 32 of 1978. GujaratjMaharashtra 3[State]. or ( iv) any other examination declared to be equivalent to the examination referred to in sub-clauses (i) and (Hi) preceding and possessing such further qualifications. "Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination" means the examination of the students in the twelfth standard ].may be prescribed by the Ordinance]. 30 (b). s. 40 of 1973. 6 (2) (1) (a). This ord substituted for !lie:word . or ( iii) the Matriculation Examination of the University of Bombay held in or before March. These words were inserted. 'as may be prescribed by the 7[ Ordinances ]. s. This proviso was inserted by Guj. which may be instituted by the University with the consent of Government. s. or ( ii) the Entrance Examination 6[if any. 30 (c). ibid. Province" by the Adaptation of Laws Order. Explanation: In this section. was substituted for the word" Statutes ".

31. by reason of eminent position and attainment.' * or other academic distinction so recommended and without requiring him to undergo any examination. by Born. is a serious offence.36 tHE UNlVERSI1Y 45 Every student of the University shall reside in a hostel or under such conditions as may be prescribed by the Ordinances. s.'* or other academic distinction. (2) No action under this section shall be taken unless the person concerned is given an opportunity to be heard in his defence in the manner prescribed by the Statutes. present at the meeting of the Senate. 1 These words were substituted for the word .of each body present at its meeting.. s. 52 of 1950.[ professor or reader] (~f the University 1 The yard" title" was deleted by Born. 3 These words were substituted for the word" teachers .' * or other academic distinction be conferred on Honorary degrees any person on the ground that he is. Residenceof students ' 46 If not less than two-third of the members of the Syndicate recommend that an honorary degree. The Chancellor may. in their opinion.. and where such a recommendation is supported by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the members of the Senate. 32(1) 48 (1) . 3. tcachership" by Born. or withdraw any diploma or degree. s. if he has been convicted by a court of law of any offence which. or diploma involving moral turpitude. on the recommendation of the Syndicate and the Senate. 52 of 1950. for appointment of . a fit and proper person to receive such degree. supported by a majority of not less than two-thirds of members Removalfrom member. remove the name of any person ship of University and from the register of graduates. the Senate may confer on such person the honorary degree. withdrawal of degree in the opinion of the Syndicate and the Senate. 9 of 1951. C+- 47 (I) CHAPTER VIII ~ CoMMITTEES No person shall be appointed as 3[professor or reader] of the University except on the recommendations of a Committee for Selection Committee of Selection specially constituted for the purpose.

-' ( i) The Vice-Chancellor.BARODA ACT NO. the Syndicate may make another selection from the other persons recommended by the Committee of Selection in the order of merit. 3[ or of any Faculty or teachers of the University]. ( 3) ( 4) 4[ ( 5 ) ( 6) 5[ Nothing contained in sub-sections ( I ) to ( 5 ) shall apply to a temporary appointment of a person. 1 of 1982. If none of the persons recommended by the Committee of Selection is able to take up the post or found suitable by the Syndicate. the Committee of Selection shall recommend for each such post not less than two names arranged in the order of merit: provided that it shall be open to the Committee to recommend anyone of such candidates as being in their opinion the best suited for the post. by Born. 30 of 1954.s. 29 (I) (b). 30 of 1954. ibid. (iiia) The Head of the Department. The Committee shall investigate the merits of the various candidates and shall recommend to the Syndicate the names. s.s. Out of the persons so recommended. if any. s. 52 of 1950. xVIi OF 1949 31 ( 2) The members of the Committee shall be. 2 These words were substiluted for the word" teacher' by Born. 12. or teachers" by Born. 3 These . if appointed by the Syndicate ]. 52 of 1950. If there are more than one applicant for any such post. 30 of 1954. to be selected by the Syndicate: provided that two of them shall not be members of the Senate. s. in the subject. s. If the person so selected is unable to take up the appointment within a reasonable time.. s. ex-officio-Chairman. 29 (2) . the Syndicate shall record its reasons for such or any such appointment. 4 Sub-sections (5) and (6) were substituted for the original sub-section (5). 32 (2) (a). 01 1 These clauses were substituted for Ihe original as amended by Born. of persons who might be considered suitable for the post arranged in the order of merit.. . the Syndicate may make the final selection. 32 (2) (b). . I[ ( ii) The Pro-Vice-Chancellor. ( i) as a professor or reader for a period not exceeding one year. 5 These words were substituted for the words" Nothing contained in this section shall apply to a temporary appointment of a person as professor or reader for a period not exceeding one year" by Born. the post may be filled in by the Syndicate at their discretion: Provided that when the Syndicate makes the appointment otherwise than in the order of merit arranged by the Committee. 29 (I) (a) and thereafter clause (ii) was substituted by Guj. .ords were suostituted for the words "rnernber~ of the Faculties. * * *] (iii) The Dean of the Faculty. 32 (3). ( iv) Four persons having special knowledge of the subject for which the 2[ professor or reader] is to be appointed.

the University Fund:2* * * .38 ( ii) tilE UNlvERS1TY as a professor . and two members of the Board of Studies nominated by the Vice-Chancellor for the year. CHAPTER IX FINANCE 51 (I) The University shall establish a fund to be called the University Fund. s. . 34 (a). 3 The orginal clauses (b).services are loaned for a period not exceedingtwo years]. University Fund (2) The following shall form part of. by Born. 3 (1) (3).] (i) ( ii) (iii) (iv) ( 3) 50 All the authorities of the University shall have powers to appoint Committees. '" 3(a) 3( b) Any contribution or grant by the Government. s. (b) and (c). 52 of 1950. for the purpose of drawing up the list for appointments to University Examiners' Committee Examiners. The procedure to be followed by the Committee shall be such as may be prescribed by Statutes. every year a committee for each facuty.or reader where his. or be paid into. ibid. Such Committees may include persons who are not members of the Committee authority appointing it. i r Provided that no such temporary appointment made under this sub-section shall be renewed or continued for any further period without fulfilling the requirements of this section. the Chairman of the Board of Studies. 10 of 1982. 1 This section 49 was substituted by Guj. 2 The original clause (a) was deleted. s. consisting of. (c) and (d) were renumbered as clauses (a). I[ 49 (1) ( 2) the Pro. the Dean of the concerned faculty. The income of the University from all sources including income from fees and charges.] There shall be formed. The list of Examiners prepared by the Committee shall be placed before the Vice-Chancellor for his approval who may either approve or modify the same for reasons to be recorded in writing. 34 (a). Ex-officio-Chairman.Vice-Chancellor.

34 (0). 52 of 1950. 34 (b). s. 1882]. other than the Trust Fund ". 4 The words" the accounts" were deleted. 36 (c). 5 The words" annual accounts and the" were deleted. which shall take such action thereon. 30. 7 These words were inserted. 32 of 1950. s. by Born.BARODA ":ACT'NO. or in any scheduled bank as defined in the Reserve Bank of India Act. and shall be considered at its annual meeting. 36 (b). The5* * financial statement shall be considered by the Senate at a meeting of the Senate held before the end of the year and the Senate may pass resolutions with reference thereto and communicate the same to the Syndicate which shall take th<?minto consideration and finally adopt the6* * financial estimates. s. financial submitted to the Government for audit. at the discretion of the Syndicate. s. for the purpose or invested'] in securities authorised by 3[the Indian Trust Act.] Repealedby Born.. by Born. ibid. 53 (I) ( 4) t Vide foot-note No. 36 (0). 35. if any. The annual accounts of the University shall be prepared under the direction of the Syndicate and 4* * * * * shall be Annual accounts. every year before such date as may be prescribed by the Statutes. 3 These words and figures were substituted for the words and figures" the Baroda Jumma Nibandha. 52 of 1950. ibid. by Born. ibid. 30 of 1954. 1934 2[or in a Co-operativeBank approved by the State Government . The Senate may pass resolutions thereon and communicate the same to the Syndicate. s. 36 (6).] The University Fund shall be kept in the Bank of Baroda Ltd. 52 [Trust Fund. XVII OF 1949 39- P( c ) (3) II of 1934 11 of 1882 bequests. s. as may seem necessary and appropriate to give effect to the resolutions. estimates and annual report ( 2) ( 3) The Syndicate shall prepare. ibid. s. 6 The words" accounts and" were deleted. 2 These words we): substituted for the words" or invested. the financial estimates for the ensuing year. Sarnvat 1963".3 on page 38. 1 These words were substituted for the words" and other grants. The annual report 7[and accounts] of the University shall be prepared under the direction of the Syndicate and shall be submitted to the Senate on or before such date as may be prescribed by the Statutes. donations. I[ grants and aU other receipts. . s. endowments.

apply to the subscriber. teachers and other servants under Section 54. or who receives any remuneration by way of compensatory allowance or fee for any work done from the University Fund shall be deemed to be an officer or employee of the University while he is performing.- ( i) the subscriber to the. 1952 applies]. in such manner. 1 This section 54A was inserted by Guj. 19 of 1980. and in relation to all matters relatable to the performance of. 2 This section 54AA was inserted by Guj.. CHAPTER X SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISlO~S 54 The University shall make adequ~te provisions for the benefit of its officers. 2 (i) . as may be prescribed by the Statutes. fund shall be entitled to interest on the balance in his provident fund account at the same rate. Conditions of Service and subject to such conditions. s. so far as may be.40J THE UNIVERSITY ""I .-For the purposes of this section any person who is appointed by the University for a specified period or for a specified work of the University. pension and provident 'fund or for other benefits as it may deem fit. ( ii) ( 2) XIX of 1952 Nothing in this section shall apply to a provident fund established by the University to which the Employees' Provident Funds Act. be deposited in tbe State Government treasury in accordance with such directions as the State Government may. at which the State Government servant is for the time being entitled to on the balance in his provident fund account and the rules for the time being in force relating to the limits of withdrawals from the provident fund as applicable to such Government servant shall. I{54A (I) Provident Fund to be deposited in Government Treasury . notiwithstanding anything contained in any Law for the time being in force.~ Where the University has established a provident fund for the benefit of its officers. s. Officers and Employees to be Public Servants Explanation. and there upon. and other servants in the matter 'of insurance. the duties and functions connected with such appointment or work]. 2[ 54AA Every officer and employee of the University shall be deemed to be a public servant within the meaning of section 21 of the Indian Penal Code. 11 of 1979. 2 (i). . from time to time by an order in writing give. teachers. such fund shall.

1940]. . shall. nominated or appointed would have held it if the vacancy had not occurred: 1 This word was substituted for the word" Senate ". The decision' 'of the Tribunal shall be final. as the case may be. University.the University and any ()fficeror teacher of the. of a member who shall hold office so long only as the member in whose place he has been elected. (2) Any~member of any authority or body of the University shall cease to be a member on his being convicted by a court of law of an offence which involves moral turpitude. 37. . The Government may on the recommendation of the Senate supported by at least two-thirds of the number of members present at the meeting. be referred to a Tribunal of Arbitration X of 1940 consisting of one member appointed by the I( Syndicate). one member nominated''by th~ . cancel the appointment of any person appointed or elected a member of the University. . 4 These words were inserted by Born. ( 3) 58 When any vacancy occurs in the office of a member ( other than ex-officio member) of any authority or other body of the University before the expiry Filling of casual vacancies of the term of office of such member. 3 These words were inserted by Born. 52 of 1950. and no suit shall lie in any civil court in respect of the matter decided by the Tribunal. and he shall not be eligible for the re-appointment or re-election until the disqualification has been removed by the Government by a notification in the Official Gazette.officer or teacher concerned and an umpire appointed by the Chancellor.and the provisions pf that Act shall apply accordingly. nomination. ibid. the office of such member shall become vacant]. H6 Act. 3 of 1958. s. the person so appointed or elected shall cease to be a member. or appointment. on the request of the officer or Tribunal of Arbitration teacher concerned. Every such request shall be deemed to be a submission to arbitration upon the terms of this section within the meaning of 2[the Arbitration Act. by the election. by Born. 3 of 1958. . 2 These words and figures were substituted for the words and figures" the Baroda Arbitration 1926 ". s. '56 Every election under this Act shall' be' bya Election to be by single .37. the vacancy shall be filled as soon as conveniently may be. XVII OF 1949 '41 55 Any dispute arising out of a contract)betw~ . As soon as such order is published or notified in the Official Gazette.BARODAC"CT1'NO. -. Any member of any authority or body of the University may resign his office by letter addressed to the 3{Vice-Chancellor through the] Registrar Vacating of Office 4[ and on the Vice-Chancellor accepting the resignation. distributive vote 57 (1) system of single distributive vote.

Ordinances and Rules framed thereunder. . ( a ) it may be referred to the State Government if it relates to a matter specified in clause ( I ). 52 of 1950. Ordinance or Rule. s. No act or proceedings of any authority or other body of the University shall be invalidated merely by reason of any vacancy in its membership. authority or body or is entitled to be or ceases to be entitled to be a member of any authority or other body of the University.~. 38. 61 All acts and orders in good faith done and passed by the University or any of its authorities. Disputes as to constituor tion of University ( 2 ) whether a person has been duly elected or appointed as. or of any Statute. and ( b ) it shall be referred to the State Government if it relates to a matter specified in clause ( 2).42 THE UNIVERSITY. . bodies or officers shall be final and no suit shall be Protection of acts instituted against or damage claimed from the University or its and orders authorities. bodies or officers for anything purporting to be done in pursuance of the Act and the Statutes. filled]. I [Provided that if the vacancy be of an elected member of the Senate and' occurs within six months preceding the date on which the term of officeof such member expires. 1 This proviso was added. A This Section 60 was substituted by Guj. 59. by Born. . 9 of 1983. the vacancy shall not be. and the Sta~e Government shall after making such inquiry as it deems fit (including giving an opportunity of being heard where necessary) decide the question and its decision shall be final. Proceedings not to be invalidated by vacancies 2[60 Where any question arises as to( I) the interpretation of any provision of this Act.

. or the Statutes and Ordinances mad" thereunde~. and the University shall provide for such period and in such manner as may be prescribed by the Statutes for the instruction.Vice-Clwnce//or for a period not exceeding three years and on such terms aad conditions as the Government thinks fit.'OF (-. . training and examination of such students in accordance with the courses of studies of the University of Bombay. Commerce and Science to be maintained by the University.' P' '. this Act. . 65 (J) 1 This word was substituted for the word" function" by Bom. the date on which section 5 came into force affiliated to the was studying or was eligible for any examination of the University Bombay University of Bombay shall be permitted to complete his course in preparation therefor. shall under the control of the first ViceChancellor discharge such of the 1[ functions] and duties of the first ViceChancellor. 9 of 1951... who of studies in colleges immediately befor~. teaching. ( 2) The first Rector shall.. Pro. Notwithstanding anything contained in section 12 the first Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall be a wholetime salaried officer who shall be appointed by the Appointment of Government as soon as practicable after the passing of this Act.3. under the control of the first Vice-Chancellor work as the administrative head of all constituent colleges and institutions in the Faculties of Arts. the first Vice-Chancellor shall be an honorary officer who shall be appointed by the Government Appointment of as soon as practicable after the passing of this Act for a period Vice-Chancellor not exceeding three years and on such terms and conditions as the Government thinks fit. any 'student of a college situate within the Completion of courses Universit):' Area and affiliated to the University of Bombay. as he may direct. 62 Notwithstanding anything contained' in. 63 Notwithstanding anything contained in section 10.-Ac:r NOdMI." 1949 BARODA.Vice-Chancellor.PROVISIONS TRANSITORY . 64 (I) Notwithstanding anything contained in section 13 the first Rector shall be a wholetime salaried officer who shall be appointed by the GovernAppoimmellt of Rector ment as soon as practicable after the passing of this Act. . s.". ( 2) The first Pro.CHAPTER XI 43 " \. for a period not exceeding three years and on such terms and conditions as the Government thinks fit.

( 4) The first Vice-Chancellor shall. clause 10. At any time after the passing of this Act until such time as the authorities of the University shall commence to exercise their functions( a) any officer of the University may be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with the previous sanction of the Chancellor. 1951]. ( b ) teachers of the University may be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor after considering the recommendations of the Advisory Committee consisting of the Vice-Chancellor. also subject to the provisions of this Act and the approval of the Chancellor. 3. may be filled up by the Government and the Fellow or member so nominated shall hold office so long only as the Fellow or member in whose place he has been nominated would have held it if the vacancy had not occurred. as the Chancellor thinks fit to associate with them. the first Registrar shall be appointed by the Government as soon as practicable after the Appointment of the passing of this Ace for a period not exceeding three years and on first Registrar such terms conditions as the Government thinks fit. frame the first Statutes and Ordinances under this Act and submit them for confirmation to the Senate and the Syndicate respectively and shall when confirmed be published in the Official Gazette.' 66 Notwithstanding anything contained'in section 14. 8 of 1951. ( 2 ). as the case ]pay be.'. ( 3) The authorities constituted under-sub-section ( I ) shall commence to exercise their functions on such date or dates as may be determined by the ViceChancellor. 68 (I) It shall be the duty 'of the first Vice-Chancellor to make arrangements for constituting the authorities of the University other than the Transitory powers of the Senate and the Syndicate within six months after the date of his appointment or such longer' period not exceeding one year as the first Vice-Chancellor Government may direct. 2 This section was added by 'the Baroda State (Application of Laws) Order. if any. 1949.ffi1:r'uNWERSrrY . the Director of Public Instruction and such other person or persons. 2[68-A (. ~. The casual vacancies in the office of a Fellow or member. The first Vice-Chancellor shall make provisional Statutes necessary for constituting the aforesaid authorities and regulating the procedure at their meetings and the method of election to the aforesaid authorities.' "'. 67 Notwithstanding anything Contained in sections 18 and 23 the first Fellows of the Senate and the first 'members of the Syndicate shall be nominated by the GoverriIhent as soon 'as practicable after the passing of The first Senate this Act. .l) 1 These words. letters and figures were substituted for the words beginning with the words" for a period" and ending with the words" their nomination" by Born. They shall hold office I[ upto and inclusive of the 31st and Syndicate day of October. s.44 -.

.L . 1980 (hereinContinuance of existing after referred to as such commencement) holds office as the Vice-Chancellor Vice-Chancellor under section 10 of the principal Act shaIl. and institutions specified in Schedule II <::xcept the Medical College and in Schedule III except Transfer of institutions the Museum and The Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya.' !:.. may by order do anything mencement of the Act which appears to it necessary for the purpose of removing the difficulty. thereof shall be transferred to and vest in the University and shall be applied to the objects and purposes for which the University is incorporated.-( 2) BARODA 'At:r 'NO:' :~VII 'OF - t949 4S thinks fit: Any appointment~madeunden. of 1981 anything contain~d' in this Act. after such commencement. powers and privileges of the said colleges and institutions and all property. and colleges and their and established:.and conducted by the Government immediately properties to University before the coming into force of this section and all rights. all teache~s and other staff employed immediately before the coming into force of this section in the colleges and institutions transferred to the University under section 69 shall -hold employment in the University on the same tenures and on the same terms and conditions and with same rights and privileges as they would have enjoyed if this Act had The person who immediately before the commencement of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (Amendment) Ordinance. . 71 If any difficulty arises as to the first constitution or re-constitution of any authority of the University after the coming into force of this Act or otherRemoval by Government wise in first giving effect to the provisions of this Act. .5 5.GIlj. Provided that no 'suchappbintment shall be made unless and until financial provision has1?een m~de the~efor]. subject to the other provisions of the principal Act. it::". 69 On the coming into foree of this section. as if this Act had not been enacted.Government as occasion may require. . the colleges.ub-section' (1 ) shall be for such period not exceedingthree yearS'and . 70 Notwithstanding Employment of existing teachers deemed to be made under Act not been passed. movable and immovable. respectively. -"~ .. 18 of 1980 (a) notwithstanding that he has not been appointed to such office in conformity with the provisions of the said section 10 as substituted by this Act or that his continuance in that office has been rendered inconsistent with the provisions of sub-section ( 4 ) of the said section 10 as so substituted continue to hold that office. Ora. and / . the of difficulties at the com.on such conditions as the appointing authority . Transitory Provisions of Gujarat Act No.

. not. 6. 1980is hereby repealed. as amended by this Act.46 (b) " '-tHEUNMRSiTY notwithstanding anything contained' in sub-section (2) of section 10 of the principal Act. Transitory ProvisioDS. Ord. continue to hold that office till the day'immediately b(':fore the day on which' another person is appointed as Vice-Chancellor under the said section 10 as substituted by this Act.1981 withstanding that he has not been appointed to such office in conformity with the provisions of the said section as amended by this Act continue to hold that office till the term of his office specified in sub-section ( 1 ) of section 12 of the principal Act or his successor is appointed in conformity with the provisions of the said section 12 as amended by this Act whichever is later.6 1981 (hereinafter referred to as " such commencement" ) holds office as of a Pro-Vice-Chancellor under section 12 of the principal Act shall. shall be deemed to have been done or taken under the principal Act. of 1980 ( 2) Notwithstanding such repeal. notwithstanding anything contained in section 32 of the principal Act. Ord.. the Maharaja Sayajirao University of BaroGa (Amendment) Ordinance.ofGujarat Act No. .18 Repeal and saving Ordinance. (3) It shall be the duty of the Vice-Chancellor :- ( a ) to make arrangements for constituting the Senate and the Syndicate within seven months from such commencement in accordance with the provisions of the principal Act as a nended by this Act.1 Tl:ans. ( b) to make statutes or to amend or repeal any statute for the purposc of clause (a). (I) The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (Amendment) Guj.tor~ provisions of 1982 14 ( 1) The person who immediately before the commencement of Guj. notwithstanding that their constitution has been rendered inconsistent with the provisions of the principal Act as amended by this Act and notwithstanding that the term of their members may expire earlier continue after such commencement to exercise the powers until the date of expiry of seven months from such commencement. . anything done or any action taken under the principal Act as amended by the said Ordinance. (2) The Senate and Syndicate of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda functioning immediately before such commencement shall.

s. * . DanCe and Dramatics. * * *] 1 These entries were added by Born. 2 The origiual emries were deleted and entry 4 was substituted for" 4 Museum ". . 30 of 1954. SCHEDULE III J 5. '!\ 2[ I. s. Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya]. The SecondaryTeachers' Training College.NO. The The The The Oriental Institute. as amended by this Act. 1981js hereby repealed. * 3.BARODA. Repeal and saving 15 ( 1) The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda ( Amendment) Ordinance. 31. 2. 4. Technological Institute. 5. 3. Guj. !\cr. * * * 4. (2) Notwithstanding such repeal anything done or any action taken under the principal Act as amended by the said Ordinance shall be deemed to have been done or taken under the principal Act..of 1981 . The EngineeringCollege and Kalabhavan.. ) The Baroda Arts and Science College. OF 1949 47 ( 4) The Statutes framed by the YJce-Ch~ncellor shall when confirmed by the Senate be published in the Official Gazette. SCHEDULE I The University Area comprising the limits of the City of Baroda and territories within a radius of ten miles from the office of the University. Ord.:X:VlI. The Pratapsingh College of Commerce. SCHEDULE II I. ibid. 6 . College of Indian Music. The Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery. The Medical College. * * * 2.32. 8. [ 6. 7. 9.

"( fA) . The Registrar shall. to its members. Procedure for the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor( 1) At least five months before the date of expiry of the term of the Vice-Chancellor. The Registrar shall record the proceedings of the meeting and shall submit to the State Government. f Statutes' of . within 10 days from the date of the meeting referred to in clause ( 2). the names of the persons recommended by the Committee alo11 ~ith the particulars specified in clause (6) with the approval of the ChaIrman of the Committee.the UniverSity 'L . The Registrar shall. (2) ( 3) ( 4) ( 5) 3 This schedule IV was added by Guj.i! 3{"SCHEDULE . <'\Ii {See 'SEction'32 . IV ' . the Registrar shall convene a meeting of the Committee at the place and time fixed in consultation with the Chairman of the Committee.'. :i. 5 of 1981. . Definitions-In these Statutes- (1) (2) ( 3) "Act" means the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda Act. . "section" means a section of the Act. .'". within 15 days from the date of the meeting referred to in clause (I) convene a meeting of the Vice-ChanceUors of the Universitiesestablished by law in the Gujarat State for nominating a person on the said Committee for recommending the panel as required under sub-clause (i) of clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 10. s.. the Registrar shall call a meeting of the Syndicate for the purpose of nominating a member of the Committee to be appointed under sub-section ( 2 ) of section 10 for recommending the panel of the names for the Vice-Chancellor as required under sub-clause (i) of clause (a) of the said sub-section (2). 1949.'48 nm'UNlVERSI1Y. and the State Government shall announce the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor at least one month before the date of the expiry of the term of the Vice-Chancellor. all words and expressions used herein and defined in the Act shall have the meanings respectively assigned to them in the Act. Within 30 days after the appointment of the Committee by the Chancellor as mentioned in clause ( 3 ). 2. communicate to the Chancellor the names of persons nominated at the meetings referred to in clauses ( 1 ) and (2) and request him to nominate a third person on the Committee and to designate one of them as the Chairman and to communicate the appointment of the Committee. 4.

this Statute shall apply subject to the following modifications. if any. ( v) Administrative or teaching experience. brackets and figures " Within one month after the commencement of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (Amendment) Ordinance. ( iv) Literary activities. if any. membership of public institutions. 1980. XVII OF 1949- 49 ( 6) The particulars of the persons recommended by the Committee shall contain the following :The name with particulars of degrees. e. ( i) ( 7) . if any. and educational activities. ( vi) Other particulars. Jn clause ( 5 ) for the words" at least one month before the date of thc cxpiry of the term of the Vice-Chancellor" the words" as soon as possible" shall be substituted. ( iii) Birth date. ( ii) Place of residence. In relation to the appointment of a person as the Vice-Chancellorin place of the person holding the office of the Vice-Chancellor at the date of the commencemcnt of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda ( Amendment) Ordinance.g.BARODA ACf NO. 1980" shall be substituted. and other academic distinctions. for the words" At least five months before the date of expiry of the term of the Vice-Chancellor" the words. public service.] " ( b) --- . namely:(a ) Jn caluse ( I ). if any..

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