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Powers & Duties

The University has the following power and duties, namely-
1. To provide instruction in such branches of learning as the University may think fit, and to make provision for research, and for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge;
   
2. To admit any college to the privileges of affiliation or recognition of, to enlarge the privileges of any college already affiliated or recognized, as the case is, or to withdraw or curtail any such privilege and to guide and control the work of affiliated and associated colleges;
   
3. To institute degrees, diplomas and other academic distinctions;
   
4.

To hold examinations for, and to grant and confer degrees, diplomas and other academic distinctions to and on persons, who-

  1. Have pursued a course of study in the University, a constituent college, or an affiliated college, or associated college; or
  2. Have carried on research in the University, or in an institution recognized in that behalf by the University or independently, under conditions laid down in the Statutes and ordinances; or
  3. Have pursued a course of study by correspondence whether residing within the area of the University or not, and have been registered by the University, subject to such conditions as may be laid down in the Statute and ordinances as external candidates; or
  4. Are teachers of other employees in the university or in an Institute, or other employees in the University, or in an Institute or in a constituent or affiliated or associated college or in any other educational institutions under conditions laid down in the Statutes and the Ordinances or are inspecting officers permanently employed in the Department of Education of the State Government, and have carried on private studies under conditions laid down in the Statutes and Ordinances; or
  5. Are women residing within the area of the University and have carried on private studies under conditions laid down in the Statutes and Ordinances; or
  6. Are blind and are residing within the are a of the University and have carried on private studies under conditions laid down in the Statutes and the Ordinances;
   
5. To hold examinations for and to grant the degree of Bachelor, or Arts or Commerce, or master of Arts or Commerce to persons residing within the area of the University who have carried on private studies under conditions laid down in the Statutes and Ordinances;
   
6. To confer honorary degrees, or other academic distinction in the manner and under conditions laid down in the Statutes;
   
7. To grant such diplomas to, and to provide such lectures and instructions for persons, not being students of the University as the University may determine;
   
8. To cooperate or collaborate with other Universities and authorities in such manner and for such purposes as the University may determine;
   
9. To institute teaching posts required by the University and appoint persons to such posts;
   
10. To recognize teachers for giving instruction in halls;
   
11. To lay down the conditions of affiliation or recognition of colleges, and to satisfy itself by periodical inspection and see that those conditions are satisfied;
   
12. To institute and award scholarships, fellowship (including traveling fellowship), studentships and prizes in accordance with the Statutes and the Ordinances;
   
13. To institute and maintain halls and hostels, and to recognize places or residence for students of the University, the institutes, or the constituent or affiliated or associated colleges;
   
14. To demand and receive such fees and other charges as may be fixed by the Ordinances;
   
15. To supervise and control the residence, and to regulate the discipline of students of the University, the Institute and the constituent or affiliated or associated colleges, and to make arrangements for promoting their health;
   
16. To create administrative thereto; and
   
17. To do all such acts and things, whether incidental to the powers aforesaid or not, as is requisite, in order further the objects of the University.