Allama Iqbal Open University, Quaid-e-Azam University, and International Islamic University are among the universities whose vice chancellors are to be named.
The Vice Chancellors (VCs) of Islamabad Universities have been finalized by the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. Allama Iqbal Open University, Quaid-e-Azam University, and International Islamic University are among the universities whose vice chancellors are to be named, per the sources.
According to the sources, the President received the list and summary regarding the appointment of vice chancellors in order to finalize the names.
The names of Dr. Fazal Khaliq, Raheel Qamar, and Professor Dr. Niaz for the position of Vice-Chancellor of Quaid-e-Azam University have been included in the summary.
The President has been given the names of Dr. Mudassar, Dr. Ziauddin, and Dr. Nasir Mehmood for the position of Vice Chancellor at Allama Iqbal Open University. The list of candidates for the position of rector of the International Islamic University in Islamabad includes Dr. Tahir Khalili, Dr. Amina Moazzam, and Dr. Khalil.
Vice chancellor is a senior academic administrator in charge of one or more universities. The vice chancellor, who also serves as the university’s CEO, is in charge of managing and administering the institution as a whole.
They are in charge of managing, among other things, student affairs, financial management, and research projects.
It is to mention here that the tenure of the previous Vice-Chancellors of these major three universities of Islamabad had been completed. Upon completion of their tenure, new appointments have been made.
It’s common for university officials to have a set term of service, after which a new appointment is made. The selection process for a new Vice Chancellor or Rector can be a complex and important task, as these individuals play a key role in the leadership and direction of the university.
The appointment of a new Vice Chancellor or Rector can have a significant impact on the academic community, and it’s important for the selection process to be transparent and fair, and for the selected candidate to have the necessary qualifications and experience to effectively lead the institution.