Statutes how made
36. (1) The
first statutes of the University shall be prepared by the Co-ordination Committee.
The Co-ordination Committee may, from time to time make, amend or
repeal any statute by
a statute in the manner hereinafter appearing.
The Co-ordination committee may on receiving a proposal from the
Executive Council of a
or on its own motion consider the draft of a statute that is in the interest of either one
Where a draft is proposed by the Executive Council, the Co-ordination
Committee may approve
such draft and pass the Statute or reject it or return it to the Executive Council for
in whole or in part together with any amendment which the Co-ordination Committee may
After any draft returned under sub-section (4) has been further
considered by the Executive Council
together with any amendment suggested by the Co-ordination Committee it shall again be
the Co-ordination Committee with a report of the Executive Council thereon and the Co-
Committee may approve or reject the Statute.
The Co-ordination Committee shall not take into consideration nor the
Executive Council shall
the draft of any Statute or of any amendment of a statute or of the repeal of any statute:
(a) affecting the statutes, power or constitution of any authority of the University until
been given an opportunity of expressing an opinion unpon the proposal; or
(b) affecting the conditions of admission of colleges to privileges of the university,
until the Academic
Council has been given an opportunity of expressing an opinion upon the proposal and such
shall be forwarded by the Executive Council to the Co-ordination Committee alongwith
draft it may propose.
(7) Where the Co-ordination Committee approves the Statutes, they shall
become effective from such
as the Co-ordination Committee may specify.