Vice-Chancellor


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Vice-Chancellor

an English judge. Since 1970 appointed by the Lord Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor is responsible for the organization of the business of the Chancery division and is ex officio a member of the COURT OF APPEAL.

VICE-CHANCELLOR. The title of a judicial officer who decides causes depending in the court of chancery; his opinions may be reversed, discharged or altered by the chancellor.

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Mian Muhibullah contended that an had appeared for filling the post of the KMU's vice-chancellor in Nov 2016 after which the petitioner, who was fully qualified for that post, had submitted his application.
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Prof Cryan's PS364,564 total remuneration is nearly 25% higher than the average pay package for a university vice-chancellor despite Huddersfield University being ranked 72nd by The Complete University Guide.
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It said university governing bodies were responsible for setting senior staff salaries, and separate remuneration committees were appointed to determine the agreement and review of vice-chancellor pay.
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George had taken over as the university's vice-chancellor in January 2013.
He said: "The Vice-Chancellor is now paid over 28 times more than the cleaners who start work at 6am every morning.
Prof Hughes has been vice-chancellor of Bangor since September last year.
If we look objectively, the office of the Vice-Chancellor has dual functions to perform.
The highest paid is the vice-chancellor of London Business School, who earns pounds 474,000, and 19 more vice-chancellors get more than pounds 300,000.
The report revealed that Warwick University vice-chancellor David VandeLinde earned pounds 200,360 - a rise of 4.