(1) The Authorities and the other Bodies of the University may make rules consistent with this Act, the Statutes and the Regulations, to regulate the conduct of their business and the time and place of meetings and related matters:
Provided that the Syndicate may direct the amendment or withdrawal of any such rule.
(2) The Syndicate may make Rules to regulate any matter relating to the affairs of the University.
RULES AND REGULATIONS [Download Document (Information from Undergraduate Prospectus 2014)]
1. Teaching and Examinations
3. Students Discipline
4. University Hostels
5. Allotment of Room in Hostel
6. University Dress Code
RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO PhD STUDY PROGRAM [Download Document (Information from Postgraduate Prospectus 2014)]
1. Title and Commencement
3. Admissions and Registration Procedure
4. PhD Qualifying/Comprehensive Exam
5. Research Thesis: Requirements and Procedures
6. Degree Requirements
7. Transfer from full time to part time PhD Degree Program
8. Leave Rule
RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO ACADEMICS AND EXAMINATION FOR POSTGRADUATE COURSES IN ENGINEERING [Download Document (Information from Postgraduate Prospectus 2014)]
1. COURSES OF STUDY
2. ORGANIZATION OF TEACHING & RESEARCH
4. REGISTRATION OF COURSES
5. POSTGRADUATE EXAMINATIONS
6. RESEARCH WORK/ THESIS
7. DISMISSAL FROM THE PROGRAM
8. CERTIFICATE OF MERIT
9. CHANCELLOR'S MEDAL
10. MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT
12. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA
PUNJAB EMPLOYEES EFFICIENCY, DISCIPLINE AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT, 2006 [Download Document]
(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act and the Statutes, Regulations may be made for all or any of the following matters:-
(a) courses of study for degrees, diplomas and certificates of the University;
(b) manner in which the recognised teaching referred to in sub-section (1) of section 7 shall be organised and conducted;
(c) admission of students to the University;
(d) conditions under which students shall be admitted to the courses and examinations of the University and shall become eligible for the award of degrees, diplomas and certificates;
(e) conduct of examinations;
(f) fees and other charges to be paid by the students for admission to the courses of study and the examinations of the University;
(g) conduct and discipline of students of the University;
(h) conditions of residence of the students of the University including the levying of fees for residence in halls of residence and hostels;
(i) approval and licensing of hostels and lodgings;
(j) conditions under which a person should carry on research to entitle him to a degrees;
(k) institution of fellowships, scholarships, exhibitions, medals and prizes;
(l) institutions of stipends and free and half-free studentship;
(m) academic costumes;
(n) use of the library;
(o) establishment of Academic Departments; and
(p) all other matters which may be prescribed by Regulations.Statutes.
(2) The Regulations shall be proposed by the Academic Council and shall be submitted to the Syndicate which may approve them or withhold approval or refer them back to the Academic Council for reconsideration and a regulation proposed by the Academic Council shall not be valid, unless it receives the approval of the Syndicate.
Amendments and repeal of the Statutes and Regulations
The procedure for the amendment or the repeal of the Statutes and the Regulations shall be the same as that prescribed respectively for framing the same.
(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, Statutes may be made to regulate or prescribe all or any of the following matters–
(a) the constitution of pension, insurance, gratuity, provident fund and benevolent fund for University employees;
(b) the scales of pay and other terms and conditions of service of officers, teachers and other employees of the University;
(c) the maintenance of the register of registered graduates;
(d) admission of educational institutions to the privileges of the University and the withdrawal of such privileges;
(e) the establishment of Faculties and Academic Departments;
(f) the powers and duties of Officers, Teachers, Technologists and other employees of the University;
(g) conditions under which the University may enter into arrangements with other institutions or with public bodies or industry for purposes of research, development of technology and advisory services;
(h) conditions for appointment of Professor Emeritus and award of honorary degrees;
(i) accountability, efficiency and discipline of University employees;
(j) the general scheme of studies including the duration of courses, the system of examinations and the number of subjects and papers for an examination; and
(k) all other matters which may be prescribed or regulated by Statutes.
(2) The draft of Statutes concerning any of the matters mentioned in clauses (a) and (b) of sub-section (1), shall be proposed by the Syndicate. The draft of Statutes concerning other clauses of sub-section (1) shall be proposed by the Vice-Chancellor:
(i) the Vice-Chancellor shall not propose draft of Statutes affecting the constitution or powers of any Authority of the University until such Authority has been given an opportunity of expressing an opinion in writing upon the proposals; and
(ii) the Syndicate shall not have the power to make any Statutes concerning Efficiency and Discipline of officers, teachers and other employees of the University and such Statutes may be made by the Chancellor.
(3) The draft of Statutes to be proposed by the Vice-Chancellor shall be submitted to the Syndicate which may approve it with such modifications as it deems fit, or may refer it back to the Vice-Chancellor for reconsideration, or may reject it.
(4) The draft of Statutes to be proposed by the Syndicate shall be sent to the Chancellor who may approve it with such modifications as he deems fit, or may refer it back to the Syndicate for reconsideration, or may reject it.