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    Move triggers whispers about a possible BJP 'takeover' of the university and criticism of misogyny among campus authorities

    AMU vice-chancellor declares teacher association polls invalid

    Move triggers whispers about a possible BJP 'takeover' of the university and criticism of misogyny among campus authorities

    Aligarh Muslim University.

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    Piyush Srivastava   |   Lucknow   |   Published 16.09.22, 04:03 AM

    The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) vice-chancellor abruptly declared the teacher association elections invalid on Wednesday afternoon and “postponed” them, triggering whispers about a possible BJP “takeover” of the university and criticism of misogyny among campus authorities.

    Vice-chancellor Tariq Mansoor stalled the elections shortly after designated chief election officer Mujahid Beg had declared S. Chandni Bi elected unopposed as president of teacher association AMUTA, the first woman elected to the post. Beg had also declared eight new executive committee (EC) members, all of them elected unopposed too.

    The VC cited rule violations for his decision. But Beg resigned as CEO, protesting the “interference” and “disruption” of the elections and issuing an appeal to “save democracy” on the campus.

    Serving and retired AMU academics, some seeking anonymity, claimed the VC was pro-BJP and said the ruling establishment did not want campus polls before the 2024 general election.

    A senior AMU professor said that elections to the AMUTA or staff and officers’ associations had last been held in 2018, leaving these bodies almost dormant, and the BJP and Mansoor feared that any freshly elected office-bearers can only be critics of the government and the university administration.

    “The Hindutva government has already captured JNU, BHU and Allahabad University. Only AMU is out of their control. The election of Chandni and these particular eight EC members would mean opposition to every communal or wrong decision by the VC and the government,” the professor said, declining to cite specifics.

    “The VC’s eleventh-hour decision suggests he is working directly at the governments’ behest,” the professor added.

    Many university members said Chandni Bi had been a staunch critic of the VC’s “interference” in teacher appointments. Some suggested that it had been easy for the VC to block the election because many in the university administration were unhappy at the idea of a woman AMUTA president.

    Nadim Ahmad Ansari, former AMU students’ union vice-president, said: “The way the VC has postponed the elections is alarming…. Why can’t a woman be AMUTA president?”

    Chandni Bi, a history professor and native of Tamil Nadu, told The Telegraph over the phone on Thursday that the CEO had, after declaring her and the EC members elected unopposed, “informed all the offices in writing that elections would be held for the remaining two posts of honorary and joint secretaries on September 15”.

    She added: “I don’t know why the VC appeared in the scene thereafter to exercise his power as academic and administrative head to postpone the elections.”

    Chandni Bi had been elected the first woman member of the EC in 2012 and the first woman member of the academic council in 2015.

    The VC told reporters: “The election was postponed because the process had not been followed. It has not been scrapped. The election will be held soon in keeping with the laid-down rules.”

    Calls and WhatsApp messages from this newspaper to the VC, made with the intention of seeking his response to the allegations of a pro-BJP bias and misogyny, remained unanswered.

    Registrar Mohammad Imran had issued a notice on Wednesday afternoon communicating the VC’s decision to the deans and other senior university members. It said the “the voters’ list has not been published and no notice of annual general body meeting has been issued”, implying these lapses forced the VC’s hands.

    The notice said the VC had formed a committee that “will discuss and recommend to the vice-chancellor the modalities to conduct AMUTA elections as per constitution in consultation with chief election officer and honorary secretary, AMUTA (Nazmul Islam) within three days”.

    Beg, who resigned as CEO on Wednesday evening, wrote a letter to the outgoing EC that was leaked. “This is interference in the affairs of functioning of the CEO and disruption of election process already notified…. I tender my resignation as CEO of AMUTA…. May GOD bless AMUTA and save democracy,” the letter said.

    Madihur Rahman, who was an AMUTA member and reader of English literature before taking voluntary retirement in 2012, said: “The VC has no right to interfere in AMUTA elections. He doesn’t want any election because, in that case, there would be a demand to elect members to the University Court.”

    The University Court, AMU’s highest decision-making body, has been defunct for years, leaving the VC as the sole authority.

    “I believe that people opposed to the VC would have become Court members and would not have accepted the VC’s extension of tenure in 2023,” Rahman said.

    “The VC was supposed to retire in May 2022 but the government has given him a year’s extension.”

    He added: “It’s also true that there are misogynists at AMU.”

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    स्रोत : www.telegraphindia.com

    Regulation 9

    Regulation 9: Election Regulations: (Staff members elected to the University Senate by Academic Staff and to the University Council by Professional Support Services Staff)

    9.1 Status, Approval and Review of the Election Regulations

    9.1.1    The election regulations were reviewed in May 2020. Revisions to the election regulations are proposed by the Registrar and Secretary to the Council and the Senate as the approving bodies for these regulations.

    9.1.2    The regulations encompass elections to the Council and the Senate for University-level elections of staff members to these two bodies (ie where the electorate is a substantial body of staff such as the academic staff from a faculty in the case of Senate elections or the entire professional support staff in the case of the Council elections). These regulations do not cover arrangements for elections which are by and from the members of Senate to Council. The requirements in the regulations apply in common to elections held for both the Council and the Senate, unless differences between the election arrangements for each are specified.

    9.1.3    There may be occasions when the specific arrangements and timescales identified in these regulations require variation for the benefit of candidates and voters or because certain practical, logistical or technical matters need to be resolved for the smooth running of the election process. In the event of such changes, upholding the fairness of the election process will remain paramount. Notice of any material changes to the election process will be announced to candidates and voters using the University’s main communication channels to announce elections.

    9.1.4    A copy of these election regulations shall be published on the University website as a regulation of the University.

    9.1.5    The nomination and appointment of members and representatives either from/to the Council, the Senate, their sub-committees or other University committees or groups is out of the scope of these regulations. A separate series of principles has been published for this purpose as a guide for colleagues managing such nomination and appointment arrangements.

    9.2        Principles and Definitions

    9.2.1    Elections to the Council and the Senate are an important part of democratic engagement in the governance of the University. The fairness, equity, impartiality and transparency of the election process in line with those eligible to stand and vote for election is paramount at all times, as reflected in the election arrangements and the conduct of candidates and voters.

    9.2.2    As required under University Statute 11.1.c there shall be two members of the professional support staff (non-academic staff) elected to the Council. The staff elected shall be members for a term of three years starting on the first day of August in the year in which they are elected (or on a later date if the Council has made a decision to adjust the normal election timetable) and shall not be eligible for re-election until one year has elapsed from the end of their term of office.

    9.2.3    As approved by Senate and Council a variation shall be applied to University Statute 12.1.h for up to 18 members of the permanent and fixed-term academic staff elected to serve on the Senate (with no distinction between the permanent and fixed-term categories). The 18 positions shall be divided equally between the three faculties, ie six elected members from each faculty. The staff elected shall be members of the Senate for a term of three years starting on the first day of August in the year in which they are elected (or on a later date if the Senate has made a decision to adjust the normal election timetable) and shall not be eligible for re-election until one year has elapsed from the end of their term of office.

    9.3           Returning Officer

    9.3.1    The Returning Officer for elections to both the Council and the Senate will be the Head of Governance and Assurance acting on behalf of the Registrar and Secretary in their statutory capacity as Secretary to both the Council and the Senate.

    9.3.2    The Returning Officer is responsible for the administration and good conduct of elections and has the sole right to interpret the meaning of the election regulations and ensuring that the elections are run in accordance with these.

    9.3.3    The Returning Officer will appoint a Deputy Returning Officer based in the Governance and Assurance Office to manage the day-to-day running of the election.

    9.3.4    The ruling of the Returning Officer can only be challenged by an appeal to the Vice-Chancellor or the Registrar and Secretary, in line with Section 9.11 of these regulations.

    9.4 Eligibility to Stand and Vote

    9.4.1    Staff meeting the following criteria shall be eligible to vote in and stand for election:

    Election of members to Senate from the University’s Academic Staff

    a)    All members of permanent and fixed-term academic staff appointed to full- or part-time posts, in post and having commenced employment no later than the start of the election period. This definition of academic staff includes those on the following academic contracts: SM (Senior Management), TR (Teaching & Research), RL (Research Only) and TS (Teaching & Scholarship).

    स्रोत : www.york.ac.uk

    Election to Dean, Pro Dean and Faculty Board

    The Faculty of Social Sciences has during the autumn 2020 and spring 2021 elected Dean, Pro Dean and Faculty Board for the term 2021-01-01 – 2023-12-31.This page contains information about the election process.

    Election to Dean, Pro Dean and Faculty Board

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    The Faculty of Social Sciences has during the autumn 2020 and spring 2021 elected Dean, Pro Dean and Faculty Board for the term 2021-01-01 – 2023-12-31.This page contains information about the election process.

    The board members comprise the dean, the pro-dean, six members of teaching staff with research or artistic expertise, two members other staff, two external members and three student representatives.

    News

    By-election, one teaching staff representatives for the Faculty Board of Social Sciences

    The by-election for one teaching staff representative for the faculty board is now completed and a public count of votes took place at the faculty office 21 April.

    Rikard Bengtsson, associate professor at the Department of Political Science, has been elected as the new teaching staff representative.

    Election minutes, in Swedish (PDF 162 kB, new tab)

    Previous events

    2022-02-22

    Lisa Strömbom from the Department of Political Science is leaving the Faculty Board and the Nominating Committee is therefore preparing a by-election for one teaching staff representative for the period 2 april 2022 – 31 December 2023. An invitation to nominate candidates was sent by e-mail on 21 February 2022.

    2021-02-15

    The by-election for the pro dean post at the Faculty of Social Sciences is now completed and a public count of votes took place digitally via Zoom on 15 February.

    Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt, professor, Department of Human Geography, is proposed as pro dean at the faculty from 1 March. The proposal will be submitted to the vice-chancellor of Lund University for decision.

    Election minutes, in Swedish (PDF 70 kB, new tab)

    2021-01-21

    A summon to by-election for the pro-dean post has been sent by e-mail to the constituency. The Nominating Committee suggestion is: Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt, professor, Department of Human Geography.

    The web-based election is being held during the period 22 January - 12 February. All eligible voters can log in to Easyvote with their Lucat ID and find the ongoing elections there.

    Easyvote 2020-12-18

    The nomination period for the pro dean post is now completed and the Nominating Committee has chosen four candidates to interview:

    Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt, professor, Department of Human Geography

    Anna Meeuwisse, professor, School of Social Work

    Helena Sandberg, associate professor, Department of Communication and Media

    Charlotte Simonsson, associate professor, Department of Strategic Communication

    The candidate chosen by the Nominating Committee is announced when the summon to election is distributed to the constituency in the second half of January.

    2020-12-16

    The by-election for two teaching staff representatives is now completed and the following persons have been elected:

    Magnus Jirström, professor, Department om Human Geography

    Lisa Strömbom, senior lecturer, Department of Political Science

    A transcript of the election minutes, in Swedish, can be found here (PDF 157 kB, new tab)

    2020-12-03

    The faculty pro dean-elect for the term 2021-2023 has been recommended to the position of deputy vice-chancellor of Lund University. The faculty Nominating Committee is therefore preparing a by-election for the pro dean post.

    Nominations marked "Nomination pro dean" are to be sent to [email protected] no later than 15 December 2020.

    More information on who is entitled to vote and nominate can be found in the letter of nomination.

    Nomination of candidate, pro dean (PDF 234 kB, new tab)

    2020-11-24

    A summon to the by-election for two teaching staff representatives has been sent by e-mail to the constituency.

    The web-based election is being held during the period 24 November - 15 December.

    Nominating Committee suggestion, in Swedish (PDF 94 kB, new tab)

    Register of voters, in Swedish (PDF 966 kB, new tab)

    2020-11-13

    Due to another of the new Faculty Board members’ resignations, the nomination committee shall now prepare a by-election for two teaching staff representatives on the board for the period 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2023.

    Nominations are to be sent to [email protected] no later than 18 November 2020.

    More information on who is entitled to vote and nominate can be found in this letter of nomination (PDF 168 kB, new tab)

    2020-11-04

    Due to one of the new Faculty Board members’ resignations, the nomination committee shall now prepare a by-election for one teaching staff representative on the board for the period 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2023.

    2020-10-23

    The Lund University vice-chancellor has now appointed the dean, pro-dean and the Faculty Board’s external members:

    Christofer Edling is appointed as dean.

    Lena Eskilsson is appointed as pro-dean.

    Anna-Karin Bergman, head of the department for research and development in Helsingborg, is appointed as external member of the Faculty Board.

    Johan Wessman, CEO at Öresundsinstitutet, is appointed as external member of the Faculty Board.

    2020-10-07

    The election to dean, pro-dean and faculty board representatives has now been completed – see below.

    The dean and pro-dean, along with the Faculty Board’s external members, are appointed by the Lund University vice-chancellor.

    स्रोत : www.sam.lu.se

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