Vadodara: M S University’s syndicate members will discuss a proposal to waive off fees of martyrs’ children who seek admission to the university from the next academic year 2019-20. The proposal has been included in the agenda for the syndicate meeting scheduled for Sunday. Last month student representatives had demanded the university to provide wards of the martyrs special assistance through a permanent system whereby they are provided education free of cost on the campus. They also asked the university to consider bearing these children’s entire expenses incurred during their stay at the Halls of Residence. The demand, raised in the backdrop of the recent Pulwama terror attack, also included wards of all those martyrs from paramilitary and armed forces who lost their lives for the nation.
In the meeting, the syndicate members will accept Mumbai-based donor Rameshchandra Thakkar Rs 50 lakh donation towards construction of a building for the Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya. Thakkar wants it to be named as ‘Annapurna Suman Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya Bhawan’.
A proposal moved by the university auditor to delegate the power of passing various bills to the tune of Rs 25,000 to the assistant auditor will also be placed before the syndicate members seeking approval.
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