CHAPTER VII
RESIDENCE OF STUDENTS, ENROLMENT AND DEGREES, ETC.

Residence of Students
            41.    Every student of the university shall reside in hall or elsewhere under such conditions as may be prescribed
                     by the Statutes and Ordinances.

Hostels
          42.    (1)  Halls, other than those maintained by the University shall be such as may be recognised by the Executive
                         Council on such general or special conditions as may be prescribed by the Ordinances.
                   (2)   The Wardens and the superintending staff of the hall shall be appointed in the manner prescribed by the
                          Statutes.
                   (3)    The conditions of residence in hall shall be prescribed by the Ordinances, and every hall shall be
                            subject to inspection by any authority or officer of the University authorised in this behalf by the
                            Executive Council.
                   (4)     The Executive Council shall have power to suspend or withdraw the recognition of any hall on the
                             ground that it is not conducted in accordance with the conditions prescribed by the Ordinances :

                                 Provided that no such action shall be taken without affording the managing authority of such hall
  an opportunity of making such representation as it may deem fit.

Admission to University courses
             43.  (1)   Students shall not be eligible for admission to a course of study for a degree unless they have passed
                            the final examination held under the Madhya Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Adhiniyam, 1965 (No. 23
                            of 1965), or an examination recognised in accordance with the provisions of this section as equivalent
                            thereto and possess such further qualifications as may be prescribed by the Ordinances and have
                            been enrolled as students of the University.
                 *(2)    The University may with the previous sanction of the Commissioner Higher Education recognise for
                             the purposes of admission to a course of study for a degree as equivalent to its own degrees and
                             any Degrees conferred by any other University, or as equivalent to the final examination held under
                             the Madhya Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Adhiniyam, 1965, (No. 23 of 1965), and other
                             Examination.
                   (3)    No students shall be admitted to a course of study leading upto a degree unless he is enrolled as
                            a student in a College, Teaching Department or School of Study;

                       Provided that a student shall be admitted to a course of study leading upto :
                          (i) a Bachelor’s Degree or Masters Degree in Mathematics in the Faculty of Science
                          (ii) a degree in the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Science or the Faculty of Commerce.

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   *The M P Vishwavidyalaya(Sansodhan)Adhiniyam,1994 (No. 19 of 1994)

                         (iii) a Bachelor’s Degree in the Faculty of Law, in the case of women students permitted by a notification
                              under the third proviso to clause (10) of section 6, whether such student is enrolled as a student of a
                              college, teaching department, school of studies or not.
                       *(iv) a Bachelor’s degree in the Faculty of Home Science.
                       (4)     Students who are not enrolled as members of a College, Teaching Departrment or School of
                                Studies shall be non-collegiate students of the University.

Appointments of Examiners and Moderators
                44.
   (1)  Subject to the Provisions of the Statutes, all Examiners and Moderators of Examination questions
                               shall be appointed by the Kulapati, in consultation with the Committee consisting of the following
                               members :
                             (i) the Dean of the Faculty concerned who shall be the Chairman of the Committee;
                             (ii) the Chairman of the Board of Studies concerned;
                            (iii) a member of the Board of Studies concerned to be nominated for the purpose by the Kulapati.

                         (2)   If during the course of an examination an examiner becomes, for any cause, incapable of acting
                                as such, the Kulapati shall appoint an examiner to fill the vacancy.

Inspection of colleges & reports
               45.
 (1)   Every college shall furnish such reports, returns and other information as the Executive Council, after
                              obtaining the opinion of the Academic Council, may require to enable it to judge the efficiency of the
                              college or institution.                   
                       (2)   The Executive Council shall cause such college or institution to be inspected from time to time by
                               one or more competent persons authorised by the Executive Council in this behalf.
                       (3)    The Executive Council may call upon any such college or institution so inspected to take within a
                                specified period, such action as may appear to it to be necessary.

Registered graduates
              46.
 The following persons, shall, on payment of such fees as may be prescribed by the Statutes be entitled to
                      have their names enrolled in the register of registered graduates to be maintained in such form as may be
                      prescribed by the Statutes:

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*The M P Vishwavidyalaya(Sansodhan)Adhiniyam,1980 (No. 19 of 1980)

(a) any graduate of the University;
(b) any graduate of atleast three years standing of any other University incorporated by law in India and residing
     within the territorial jurisdiction of the University; 

                            Provided that a graduate registered as a registered graduate in more than one of the Universities
under the enactments repealed under section (2) shall, within period of six months from the date appointed under
sub-section (3) of section 1, by a declaration, in such form as may be prescribed by Statutes filed before the Registrar
of any of the Universities in respect of which he fulfills the conditions laid down in clause (a) or (b) above exercise his
option to be a registered graduate of such University and on exercise of such option he shall cease to be a registered
graduate of all the other Universities, of which he was a registered graduate before the date aforementioned:

                           Provided that if any such registered graduate fails to exercise the opinion under the preceding provison,
he shall on the expiration of the period of six months from the date appointed under sub-section (3) of section 1, cease
to be registered graduate of all the Universities of which he was a registered graduate prior to such date.

    *“(2)      Notwithstanding the fact that the period specified in the Provisions to sub-section (1) has expired, the
                  Kuladhipati may, if he is of the opinion that it is necessary so to do in respect of any University by order
                  declare that the said period shall stand extended by a further period of six months from the date of expiry
                  of the aforesaid period in respect of that University and thereupon the reference to the period of six months
                  in the said provison shall, with respect to that University be read and construed as a reference to the period
                  so extended”.*