Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, (First) Statutes, 2020

Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, (First) Statutes, 2020

DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 
NOTIFICATION

Delhi, the 14th January, 2021

F.1.(224)/Statutes/DSEU/SB/DTTE/2020/58.—In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (i) of section (30) read with section (29) of The Delhi Skill  and Entrepreneurship University Act, 2019.(DELHI ACT 04 OF 2020), Lt. Governorof National Capital Territory of Delhi, is pleased to make the following Statutes of the Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, Delhi, namely:-

1. Short title and Commencement

  • (1) These Statutes may be called the Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University, (First) Statutes, 2020.
  • (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definitions

(1) In these Statutes, unless the context otherwise requires:

(a) “Academic Council” means the Academic Council of the University;

(b)“Academic Staff” means such categories of staff as are designated by the Statutes to be the academic staff of the University;

(c) “Board” means the Board of Management of the University;

(d)“Campus” means the unit established or constituted by the University for making arrangements for instruction, or research, or both within the territorial jurisdiction of National Capital Territory of Delhi;

(e) “Competency”  means  the  ability to  use  acquired  knowledge  and  learning  and  development  of  character  for performing a job role successfully and efficiently;

(f) “Center” means the Center established or maintained by the University;

(g)“Certificate” means such award granted by Delhi Skills and Entrepreneurship University certifying that the recipient has successfully completed a course of study as prescribed;

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(h)“Chancellor”, “Vice Chancellor” and “Pro-Vice Chancellor” mean the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor and the Pro- Vice Chancellor of the University;

(i) “Controller of Examinations” means Controller of Examinations of the University;

(j) “Controller of Finance” means Controller of Finance of the University; (k)“Court” means the Court of the University;

(l) “Credit Framework”  means the framework, developed by the University, built on measured units of education, skills and learning credits for a student to achieve the competency for performing a job role successfully or efficiently;

(m) “Curriculum package” means the competency based curriculum package consisting of syllabus, textbooks, student“s manual, trainers guide, training manual, assessment and evaluation guidelines and all such material, including electronic material, required to impart skills education and teaching to prepare a student to acquire the performance outcomes, skills and competencies required of a person engaged or likely to be engaged, in a particular job role;

(n) “Dean” means the Dean of the University.

(o)“Degree” means any such degree, as may be specified by the University Grants Commission, by notification in the Official Gazette, under section 22 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956;

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(p)“Delhi” means the National Capital Territory of Delhi; (q)“Department” means an Academic Department within a Faculty;

(r) “Diploma”   means such award, not being a degree, granted by the University certifying that the recipient has successfully completed a course of study as prescribed;

(s) “Employee” means any person appointed by the University;

(t) “Faculty” means a Faculty of Studies of the University;

(u) “Finance Committee” means the Finance Committee of the University;

(v) “Government” means Lieutenant Governor of the National Capital Territory of Delhi appointed by the President under article 239 and designated as such under article 239 AA of the constitution;

(w) “Hall” means a unit of residence or of corporate life for the students of the University; (x) “Institution” means an academic institution established or maintained by the University;

(y) “Instructors” means persons appointed specifically for imparting skills in their specialized zones;

(z) “Misconduct” means a misconduct prescribed by the Statutes and the Ordinance;

(aa)“National Occupational Standards” means National Occupational Standards developed by Sector Skill Councils concerned and defines the measurable performance outcomes, skills and competencies required of a person engaged or likely to be engaged, in a particular job role forming the benchmarks for education, training or recruitment for particular employments;

(ab) “National Skill Development Agency” means the National Skill Development Agency notified as such by the Central Government;

(ac) “National Skill Development Corporation:  means National Skill Development Corporation notified as such by the Central Government;

(ad) “National Skill Qualification Framework” means the qualifications assurance framework for skills, notified as such by the Central Government, based on national principles, organizing qualifications according to a series of levels of knowledge and skills defined in terms of learning outcomes regardless of how such knowledge, skills or competency is required;

(ae) “Notification” means a notification published in the official Gazette; (af) “Proctor” means the Proctor of the University;

(ag) “Prescribed” means prescribed by the Statutes or Ordinances or Regulations made  under this Act;

 (ah) “Registrar” means the Registrar of the University;

(ai) “School” means a School of Studies of the University;

(aj) “Skills” means the qualification and competency achieved through education and learning for performing a job role successfully and efficiently;

(ak) “Staff” means all teaching and non-teaching staff of the University;

(al) “Statutes”, “Ordinances” and “Regulations” mean the Statutes, Ordinances and Regulations of the University; (am) “Teachers” means professors, associate professors, assistant professors and such other persons as may be appointed, for imparting instruction, teaching or conducting research in the University, or in any institution/centre maintained by the University and are designated as teachers by the Statutes;

(an) “University” means the Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University as incorporated under this Act;

(ao) “University Grants Commission” means University Grants Commission established under the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.

(2) Words and expressions used in these statutes but not defined shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Act.

3. The Chancellor –

In addition to the provisions as contained in the section 10 of The Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University Act, the following is hereby further prescribed:

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If in the opinion of the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor willfully omits or refuses in carrying out the provisions of the Act or abuses the powers vested in him and if it appears to the Chancellor that the continuance of such officer in the office is detrimental to the interests of the University, the Chancellor may, after making such inquiry as he deems proper, by order, remove the said Officer. The Chancellor shall have power to suspend such Officer during the pendency or in contemplation of any enquiry.

4. The Vice-Chancellor –

In addition to the provisions as contained in the section 12 of the Act, the following is hereby further prescribed:

(1) Persons of the highest level of competence, integrity, morals and institutional commitment are to be appointed as Vice-Chancellors.

(2) The Vice-Chancellor to be appointed should be a distinguished academician, with a minimum, of ten years of experience as Professor in a University system or ten years of experience in an equivalent position in a reputed research and / or academic administrative organization.

(3) The first Vice-Chancellor will be appointed by the Chancellor. Subsequent Vice-Chancellors shall be appointed by the Chancellor from a panel of three names (written in the alphabetical order) selected by a Committee of three members:-

(a) An eminent academician – Chairman;

(b) )Former or present Director of any Indian Institute of Technology – Member; (c)Former or present Director of any Indian Institute of Management – Member; (d)An eminent industrialist -Member

(e)Principal Secretary/Secretary, Training and Technical Education Department, Government of NCT of Delhi – Member Secretary (ex-officio). Search-cum-Selection Committee shall forward the panel of three names to the Chancellor.

(4) The Vice-Chancellor shall hold office for a term of five years from the date ofjoininghis/her office and shall be eligible for re-appointment only for one more term:

Provided that the person appointed as Vice-Chancellor shallcease to hold office on completion of seventy years of age.

(5) The emoluments and other conditions of service of the Vice-Chancellor shall be as follows:

(i) The Vice-Chancellor shall be paid a salary at par with Vice-Chancellor of a Central University, which may be subject to enhancement on mutually agreed terms.

Provided that if a person in receipt of any pension (from any State or Central Government) is appointed as Vice-Chancellor, his/her salary shall be fixed after taking into consideration such pension.

(ii) In addition to the salary specified in sub clause (i), the Vice-Chancellor shall be entitled to such leave, benefits and other allowances as prescribed from time to time.

(iii) The Vice-Chancellor shall be entitled to such terminal benefits and allowances as may be fixed by the Board with the approval of the Chancellor from time to time:

Provided that where an employee of the University or of any other University or any college maintained by or affiliated to such other university is appointed as the Vice-Chancellor, he/she may be allowed to continue to contribute to any provident fund of which he/she is a member and the University shall contribute into the account of such person in that provident fund at the same rate at which such person had been contributing immediately before his appointment as Vice-Chancellor.

Provided further that where such officer had been a member of any pension scheme, the University shall make necessary contribution to such scheme.

(iv) The Vice-Chancellor shall be entitled to the free use of the University car and, without payment of rent, to the use of furnished residence throughout his/her term of office and no charge shall fall on the Vice-chancellor personally in respect of the maintenance of such car and residence:

(6) The Vice-Chancellor shall Chair the meetings of the Court in absence of the Chancellor.

(7) The Vice-Chancellor shall be entitled to be present at, and address, any meeting of any other authority or any other body of the University but shall not be entitled to vote unless he/she is a member of such authority or body.

(8) The Vice-Chancellor shall be empowered to grant leave to any employee of the University and make necessary arrangements for the discharge of the functions of such employee during his/her absence.

(9) It shall be the duty of the Vice-Chancellor to see that the Act, the Statutes, the Ordinances and the Regulations are duly observed and he/she shall have all the powers necessary to ensure such observance.

(10) The Vice-Chancellor shall exercise control over the affairs of the University and shall give effect to the decision of all the authorities of the University.

(11) The Vice-Chancellor shall have the power to convene or cause to be convened the meeting of the Court with the approval of Chancellor, and the meetings of the Board of Management, the Academic Council, the Building and Works Committee, and the Finance Committee as and when required.

(12) The Vice-Chancellor may make short-term appointments against the vacant post for a period not exceeding six months at a time, of such persons as he/she may consider necessary for the functioning of the University on such term & conditions and procedure as prescribed in the ordinance.

(13) The Vice-Chancellor shall have the power to assign additional responsibilities to the teachers/officers/staff for achieving the objectives of University and assist in its functioning. He/she shall also have authority to withdraw responsibilities/ authority from any teachers/officers/staff at any time even before completion of stipulated term of office; in case he/she feels that the concerned teachers/officers/staff is unable to contribute fairly in the objectives and functions of the University.

(14) The Vice-Chancellor shall have all the powers necessary for the proper maintenance of discipline in the University and he may delegate any such power to such officer or officers as he may deem fit......................  Read more.

Source: http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2021/224512.pdf

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