The National Forensic Sciences University Act, 2020

CourtMinistry of Home Affairs
Coming into Force01 Oct 2020
Enactment Date28 Sep 2020
Act Number32
Record Number202032
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THE NATIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY ACT, 2020
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ARRANG EMEN T OF SEC TIONS
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CHAPTER I
PRELIMINARY
SECTIONS
1. Short title and commencement.
2. Declaration of National Forensic Sciences University as an institution of national importance.
3. Definitions. CHAPTER II
ESTABLISHMENT OF UNIVERSITY
4. Establishment and incorporation of University.
5. Effect of incorporation of University.
6. Objects of University.
7. Powers and functions of University.
8. Jurisdiction of University.
9. University to be open to all races, creeds and classes.
10. Admission of students.
11. Teaching at University. CHAPTER III
AUTHORITIES OF UNIVERSITY
12. Authorities of University.
13. Chancellor.
14. Court.
15. Board of Governors.
16. Powers of Board of Governors.
17. Terms of office of members of Board of Governors.
18. Academic Council.
19. Powers of Academic Council.
20. Officers of University.
21. Vice Chancellor.
22. Powers of Vice Chancellor.
23. Campus Directors.
24. Dean.
25. Executive Registrar.
26. Finance Officer.
27. Other officers.
28. Finance Committee.
29. Powers of Finance Committee.
30. Board for Affiliation and Recognition.
31. Other officers of University.
32. Grants by Central Government.
33. Grants by State Governments.
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SECTIONS CHAPTER IV
ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT
34. Corpus of University.
35. Fund.
36. Accounts and audit.
37. Pension and provident funds. CHAPTER V
ANNUAL REPORT AND APPOINTMENTS
38. Annual report of University.
39. Appointments of officers of University.
CHAPTER VI
STATUTES AND ORDINANCE
40. Statutes.
41. Statutes how to be made.
42. Ordinances.
43. Ordinances how made. CHAPTER VII
TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION
44. Tribunal of Arbitration.
45. Redressal for debarment from examination and disciplinary action against students.
CHAPTER VIII
MISCELLANEOUS
46. Disputes as to constitution of authorities and bodies.
47. Power of Central Government to make rules in respect of matters relating to Board of Governors.
48. Acts and proceeding not to be invalidated by vacancies, etc.
49. University to be a public authority under Right to Information Act.
50. Protection of action taken in good faith.
51. Power of Central Government to issue directions.
52. Residuary provision.
53. Laying of rules, Statutes, Ordinances and notifications.
54. Power to remove difficulties.
55. Transitional provisions.
56. Repeal of Gujarat Act 17 of 2008.

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