Nashik Open University: Nashik Open University has started the recruitment process for Vice Chancellor, these are the criteria

Nashik Open University: Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University has started the process of appointment of Chancellor. Applications for this post have been invited through the university and those who are interested can apply at the Indian Institute of Information Technology in Pune till September 30.

Yashwantrao Chavan from Nashik Maharashtra The then Vice-Chancellor of the Open University, E Vayunandan, had completed his tenure as the Vice-Chancellor in the month of March. Then Vice-Chancellor of Rahuri Agricultural University Dr. PG Patil was entrusted with the additional charge of the post of Vice-Chancellor of the Open University. For almost six months Dr. Patal took charge of this matter. After that, the process of appointing a full-time vice-chancellor has been started. For this, interested candidates are required to send their detailed information as per the format available on the university website, two pages supporting their candidature, two pages of future plans for the university and the names and contact details of three nominated persons who know their work.

Governor of the state. And the chancellor of the university has set up a three-member vice-chancellor search committee to recommend for the post of vice-chancellor as per the Open University Act and applications are being invited from this committee. Dr. Sandeep Mishra from Indian Institute of Information Technology, Pune has been appointed as the coordinating officer through the committee. Aspirants have to send applications to them and instructions have been given through the committee that anyone can send applications directly to the selection committee. The present Vice-Chancellor of the Open University was facing many restrictions in his attention to the University’s work due to his additional charge. Therefore, soon all the works will be smooth for the open university, which will get a new vice-chancellor. A change in the recruitment process was recommended. This change was to include two representatives of the state government and recommend names to the governor for the selection of vice-chancellor through them. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshari expressed his displeasure and sent the documents to the then president for guidance. But in the meantime, due to the power dramas in the state, these changes have become evident and it has become clear from this process that the appointment of the vice-chancellor will be done in the old way. 

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