The Finance and Planning Committee of Government College University Lahore has recommended an increase in extra-duty and overtime remuneration for the non-gazetted staff besides a special allowance at the rate of 25 percent for the employees BPS 1-19.
The 30th meeting of the committee was chaired by Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr Asghar Zaidi while Finance Department Deputy Secretary Muhammad Arif Khan Naizi, GCU Dean Prof. Dr Raiz Ahmad and Economics Department Chairperson Prof. Dr. Babar Aziz were also present. GCU Treasurer Abid Shahzad Aslam presented the agenda.
The committee also approved the “GCU Best University Teacher Award Policy” and performance based increments for its TTS faculty.
The Finance and Planning Committee also increased per lecture remuneration for the visiting faculty besides giving its consent for the adoption of the Higher Education Commission’s Revenue Enhancement and Fund Generation Policy.
The committee recommended the creation of academic and administrative posts at the University’s new departments besides financial incentives for employees shifted to the new campus of GCU in KSK.
It also gave consent for an increase in the integrated allowance for class IV employees of the university.
The committee acknowledged and appreciated efforts made by the Vice-Chancellor and its financial team for ensuring transparency of funds and providing financial incentives to the University’s employees.
The recommendation of F&P would be placed before the Syndicate for approval.
Meanwhile, a meeting of the Selection Board was also held here at GCU Syndicate Committee Room with Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr Asghar Zaidi in the chair. Home Economics University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Kanwal Ameen and other members of the board were also present.
The Board recommended the promotion of six staff members in BPS-17 and appointment of Prof. Dr. Babar Aziz as TTS Professor. It also recommended the promotion of Dr. Sabahat Zahra of Chemistry Department as Associate Professor and Tahir Bashir as the Additional Registrar.
The recommendation of the Selection Board would also be placed before the Syndicate for approval.