VC orders to computerize SU system

JAMSHORO: Vice-Chancellor University of Sindh Prof Dr Abida Taherani has announced to replace manual system of working with computerized system in the university and ordered the authorities concerned to computerize the record initially from Registrar Office.

She warned of stern action against those officers found involved in lingering on the files over three days, saying the files coming from different sections or employees should be disposed of within three days, otherwise no concession would be made to them on the complaint received from someone.

This she said while addressing the meeting of sectional heads held here in the senate hall. The sectional heads briefed the vice-chancellor regarding their working, quantity and job of their staff and problems.

The Vice-chancellor said that the time of manual working was over adding that records of the varsity would be computerized in the short spin of time.

She said that everything would be computerized so as to ameliorate the functioning of university and keep the administrative and financial matters transparent and translucent.

Dr Taherani further said that the file system had been drawn to an end in the universities across world and every record was being maintained through computerized system.

“We have to get rid of file and ledger system in order to get good results,” she said adding that the work to computerize the record would initially be started from registrar office in order to set an example for other sections to do it.

She advised the sectional heads to do justice with time by coming to their offices in time, adding that by it her every work could be done easily.

Dr Taherani directed the administrative officers to follow the procedures of the university while working and extend their cooperation with each other in the best interest of the alma mater.

She vowed to visit all the sections turn by turn and solve their genuine problems if there were any.

The vice-chancellor further said the new reforms will be introduced as the reforms are necessary to make Sindh University a more attractive place to study in an increasingly competitive international higher education market.

Among other Registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto, Director Finance Munir Ahmed Shaikh, Dr Azhar Ali Shah, Dr Naeem Tariq Narejo, Muhammad Ali Roshan Pathan, Muhammad Qasim Maka, Ghulam Murtaza Siyal, Ghulam Nabi Kaka, Nadir Ali Mugheri, Dr Saliha Parveen, Dr Yasmeen Iqbal, Bashir Ahmed Shaikh, Mushtaque Ahmed Memon, Sajid Qayoom Memon and Dr. Raees Ahmed Khan participated in the meeting.

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