STATUTE No. 9
CONSTITUTION AND POWERS OF THE FACULTY
(Refer section 27 (2))

  1. Each faculty except the faculty of law shall consist of the following members, namely -
      (a) the Dean of the Faculty- CHAIRMAN;
      (b) All chairman of the Boards of Studies for the subjects comprised in the faculty.
      (c) All Professors in the Departments assigned to the Faculty;
      (d) One College Professor from each Department assigned to the Faculty by rotation according to Seniority;
      (e) Two Principals, other than College Professors, of affiliated colleges teaching any of the subjects comprised in the
            Faculty by rotation according to seniority;
      (f) Two Readers of University Teaching Department/ Schools of Studies, two Readers in affiliated colleges, three
           Assistant Professors and three Lecturers teaching any of the subjects comprised in the Faculty by rotation
           according to seniority;

          Provided that there shall not be more than one teacher of any single category from any one of the departments
          assigned to the Faculty.
      (g) Three persons assigned to the Faculty by the Academic Council from amongst its members;
      (h) Not more than two persons not connected with the University or any College and having expert knowledge of
            the subject or subjects comprised in the Faculty co-opted by persons becoming members under clauses (a) to
            (g) above;

         Provided that not more than one person representing any one Department of the Faculty shall be co-opted.

  2. The Faculty of Law shall consist of the following members, namely -
      (a) the Dean of the Faculty - CHAIRMAN,
      (b) The Chairman of Board of Studies in Law,
      (c) All Professors and all College Professors in the Department of Law,
      (d) All Principals of separate Law College,
      (e) The Head of the Department of Law from each College which is not a separate Law College,
      (f) One Reader of University Teaching Departments/ Schools of Studies, one Reader of affiliated Colleges, one
           Assistant Professor and one Lecturer of Law and where there is no Reader or Assistant Professor, two Lecturers
           of Law other than those included in the items above by rotation according to seniority,
      (g) Not more than two persons not connected with the University or any college having expert knowledge of Law
           co-opted by persons becoming members under clauses (a) to (f) above.
     (h) One nominee of the State Bar Council of Madhya Pradesh with not less than seven years standing at the Bar.

  3.  Subject to the provisions of the Adhiniyam, each Faculty shall have the following powers, namely -
      (a) subject to the control of the Academic Council to organise, co-ordinate and regulate teaching and research
           activities of Departments assigned to the Faculty.
     (b) to approve the courses of studies for the different examinations in the faculty proposed by the Boards of Studies
           and to remit matters to Boards of Studies.
     (c) to recommend to the Academic Council the conditions for the award of degree, diplomas and other distinctions
           including the scheme of examination for different degrees.
     (d) to deal with other matters relating to the subjects within its purview as may be referred to it by the Academic
           Council,the Academic Planning and Evaluation Board or the Kulpati.
     (e) to hold meetings with the approval of the Kulpati jointly with any other Faculty or Faculties, such joint meetings
           to be convened and presided over by a Dean nominated by the Kulpati.
     (f) such other powers as may be assigned to it by the Ordinances.

  4.  All members of the Faculty other than ex-officio members and the Dean shall hold office for a term of three years.

  5. One-third of the total membership of the Faculty shall constitute a quorum.