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was arrested here Friday night on the same day of the incident. who has been Bansode’s tenant along with her family members,law would take its own course? His attitude has percolated down the systemwith even his DGP blaming the media for sensationalising the issue None of the senior politicians or officersnot to talk of the chief minister or the DGPhave visited even one of the rape victims families to lend their support and to send a strong signal that the government would take the harshest action possible against the accused Vipin is [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alifiya Khan | Published: March 10 2017 12:20 pm But student elections may still be a few months away Top News Even though the new Maharashtra Universities Act 2016 came into force on March 1 paving the way for the comeback of student elections in the state such an election may not take place for a few months Student elections have been banned in Maharashtra since two decades On Friday Education Minister Vinod Tawde held a meeting in Mumbai with top officials of the higher and technical education department and vice-chancellors across the state to discuss the implementation of the new Act and how it will be rolled out During the meeting it was decided that first norms would be set to conduct student elections But student elections may be held only after elections to other statutory bodies — such as the Senate board of studies academic and management councils — are conducted Savitribai Phule Pune University Vice-Chancellor Wasudeo Gade said “No final decision was taken about student elections though it was discussed… it needs to be a very serious exercise and hence norms first need to be formed This may take two months after which we would deliberate upon the norms… we were told that August 31 is the deadline for formation of all statutory bodies and hence the procedure for elections and nominations will start immediately The first priority is to hold Senate elections tentatively by June second week followed by elections to the board of studies management council and then the academic council To start the procedure we will first prepare the electoral roll and then publish it which itself could take upto a month The nominations by Chancellor Vice-Chancellor would happen simultaneously with elections… it doesn’t have to wait until election results” said Gade The formation of the statutes to lay down rules and regulations for the implementation of the Act has generated the maximum debate The statutes will specify rules for the appointment of governing and administrative bodies While under the earlier Act many of the statutes were designed by the individual university under the current Act a committee has been appointed to draft common statutes for all varsities Now questions have been raised in academic circles on whether the varsities will lose this right under the new Act However Gade said in the meeting it was clarified that universities can draft their own statutes depending on their need in certain areas “There would be two types of statutes – the first made by the centralised committee which will largely relate to administrative matters recruitments et al and the second which will be drafted by university bodies regarding generalised subjects examinations and so on” he said Under the new Act the post of director of Board of College and University Development — the second-most important position in the university — has been abolished Instead the appointment of a pro vice-chancellor and four deans is now mandatory Gade said vice-chancellors have been asked to send their proposals for the appointment of a pro V-C to the chancellor at the earliest and also start the regular recruitment process of appointing deans by publishing advertisements “In the interim period to ensure that varsity functions are not affected the V-C has been given the authority to appoint four temporary deans who fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria required for the post… and they will continue till the regular appointments takes place” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top Newsnor governments over the years have done anything to change social attitudes towards women. were charged with "indecent exposure" for which they could face up to two years in prison. The lawyers took turns to put forward arguments in the case, reports say.

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