The syndicate of IUB approves the budget for 2020/21 | Instant News

Bahawalpur: the syndicate of the Islamia University of Bahawalpur on Sunday approved a budget of RS 5387.983 million for the financial year 2020-21.

The syndicate also approved the re-structural plan to increase the number of faculties and academic units. At the 74th meeting of the syndicate was held in the office of the Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Mahbub Atar in Abbasia campus. The budget of the University is the development and welfare oriented, aimed at raising scholarships and no grants.

The development budget was estimated RS 1217.366 million, which was a three-year development plan for the construction of four training blocks in Bahawalpur and Bahawalnagar campuses. The syndicate also approved the testing services of the University, sir Sadiq research and computing center and data Center of SEC and the office of academics.

The syndicate also approved full scholarships for two children of journalists from Bahawalpur during each academic year and a special quota for one seat for admission of the journalist in the program Master of science and media studies. The recommendations of the selection committees, selection committees, academic Council and Finance Committee and planning, were also considered. Considered various administrative, financial issues and issues of training, and also during the meeting were discussed the cases of pensions, allowances, study leave and related matters.

Members present at the meeting included MPA Dr Muhammad Afzal, Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Professor Niaz Ahmad, prof Dr a Saiqa Imtiaz Asif, prof Dr Hamid Reza Ali, Professor Naveed Akhtar, Ingres Prof Dr Amjad, Dr Hafiz Haidar Ali, the representative of the Punjab higher education Department.

Jamaat-e-Islami southern Punjab Naib Amir Saeed, Zeeshan Akthar and Islami Jamiat Tulba South Punjab Nazim Syed Saad demanded the wave of the semester fee all state universities because of the lock. Speaking at a joint press conference here, they also demanded a minimum of four percent of the budget allocation of the GDP for the education sector.


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