Seven universities in Punjab get new vice chancellors

05:43 PM | 27 Aug, 2015
Seven universities in Punjab get new vice chancellors
LAHORE (Staff Report) - Punjab Governor Rafique Rajwana on Thursday appointed Vice Chancellors in as many as seven universities of the province.

According to issued notification, Dr Samina will take over Fatima Jinnah University for Women Rawalpindi while  Dr Khaleeq will lead Ghazi University Dera Ghazi Khan. Moreover University of Engineering and Information Technology,  Government College University Lahore and University of Education Lahore will be headed by Dr Athar, Dr Hassan Amir Shah and Dr Rauf Azam respectively.

The governor also approved the appointment of Dr Tahir Amin and Dr Talat as VCs in Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan and Government Sadiq Degree College University respectively.

Meanwhile Punjab Government has decided not to cut short the tenure of University Vice Chancellors.

The appointments remained long delayed due to ongoing consultation Punjab government and as a result interim office holders were looking after the matters in Universities.