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.
He said that the government should ensure that that a permanent vice-chancellor
be appointed so that academic and research activities at the varsity could continue.
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.
Newcastle University, Durham University and Northumbria University all pay their vice-chancellors
more than this, as do many other universities across the country.
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
WALES' smallest university has been criticised for paying its vice-chancellors
almost half a million pounds at a time when it was battling serious financial issues.
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.