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SALU facing deficit of Rs100m: VC
« on: August 31, 2013, 12:06:00 PM »
SALU facing deficit of Rs100m: VC
Khairpur:  31 august : The Shah Abdul Latif University (SALU), Khairpur, faces a financial deficit of around Rs100 million, said its vice chancellor Prof Dr Parveen Shah.

While presenting the budget of the financial year 2013-14 to the university syndicate at its 75th meeting on Wednesday, Prof Shah said that though the university had received a grant of Rs266 million by the Sindh chief minister, it still faced a deficit of Rs100 million.

However, she said that the situation would be eased by a grant of Rs385 million to be provided by the Higher Education Commission (HEC).

Members of the SALU syndicate approved the recurring budget of just above Rs1,157 million for the next financial year.

Speaking at the meeting, Prof Shah said that despite the financial crunch, the university was committed to promoting quality education and research.

"I am proud that SALU is ranked number seven in public universities in the HEC ranking for this year."

She said that feasibility reports for the establishment of three campuses in Kandhkot, Jacobabad and Ghotki had been submitted to the relevant authorities while new departments of environmental studies, criminology and visual studies were also in the pipeline.

Prof Shah said that the university's application for membership of the International Association of Universities had been accepted which was a matter of great pride.

Moreover, said the vice chancellor, the university had also established its alumni association, and had also set up an institute for gender studies, student endowment fund trust and the directorate of post-graduate studies in collaboration with HEC and USAID.

The syndicate also approved recommendations of SALU's selection board, appointing Prof Dr Abdul Majeed Chandio as the chairman of international relations department and Dr Ali Dino Jumani as the chairman of the mathematics department for the next three years.

The meeting was also informed that affiliation to private colleges, transportation allowance to employees of BPS-20 and above and medical health insurance policy for all employees were also allowed. Dawn۔.
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