Rajiv Gandhi Central University functioning without VC
The future of the students of the Rajiv Gandhi Central University of Arunachal Pradesh seems to be at stake with the university functioning without a regular Vice Chancellor for over
The future of the students of the Rajiv Gandhi Central University of Arunachal Pradesh seems to be at stake with the university functioning without a regular Vice Chancellor for over 5 months.
Despite repeated requests made by the students, the university is yet to get a full-fledged VC.
On January 2018, three candidates were shortlisted for the post of the Vice Chancellor and their names sent to the Ministry of Human Resources for approval.
Professor Tamo Mibang who is now the Vice Chancellor in-charge of the University has completed his tenure on 17th December, 2017.
Meanwhile, Rajiv Gandhi University Students Union President Giogi Aja Taja said that without the presence of a regular Vice Chancellor, a lot of the administrative and other decisions remain pending.
Also Professor Nani Bath while reacting on the absence of a regular vice chancellor in the campus said that there has been no indication of a new Vice Chancellor over the past 5 months.
First Published: 24th April, 2018 13:36 IST
TOPMOST STORY NOW
Live Meghalaya Cabinet Restructures MeECL28th June 2022
Live 36 still missing after Russian Missile Strike on Ukranian mall kills 1828th June 2022
Live Rebel Sena likely to make final move; Eknath Shinde makes public appearance after 6 days28th June 2022
Live Manipur Women body builders to flex muscles at Asian Championship28th June 2022
From Hills to Plains: Northeast Joins Yoga Day celebrations
People around the world embraced yoga to stay healthy and rejuvenated and to fight social isolation and depression during the pandemic.21st June 2022
Arunachal Landslide Tragedy: 16-year-old buried alive on way to boxing trial
The deceased was identified as Rage Hilli, who was a native of Keyak Village in West Siang district. His body was later recovered by police.19th June 2022