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Section 28 – The Visva-Bharati Act, 1951

The Visva-Bharati Act, 1951


Section 28. Statutes, how made


(1) The first Statutes shall be framed by the first Acharya (Chancellor) and shall be subject to the approval of the Paridarsaka (Visitor).


(2) The Statutes may be amended, repealed or added to by Statutes made by the Samsad (Court) in the manner hereinafter appearing.


(3) The Karma Samiti (Executive Council) may propose to the Samsad (Court) the draft of any Statutes to be passed by the Samsad (Court), and such draft shall be considered by the Samsad (Court) at its next succeeding meeting.The Samsad (Court) may approve such draft and pass the Statutes, or may reject it or return it to the Karma Samiti (Executive Council) for reconsideration, either in the whole or in part, together with any amendments which the Samsad (Court) may suggest.


(4) After any draft so returned has been further considered by the Karma Samiti (Executive Council) together with any amendments suggested by the Samsad (Court) returned thereto, it shall be again presented to the Samsad (Court) with the report of the Karma Samiti (Executive Council) thereon, and the Samsad (Court) may then deal with the draft in any way it thinks fit.


(5) Where any Statute has been passed or a draft of a Statute or part thereof has been rejected by the Samsad (Court), it shall be submitted to the Paridarsaka (Visitor), who may refer the Statue or draft back to the Samsad (Court) for further consideration or, in the case of a Statue passed by the Samsad (Court) assent thereto or withhold his assent.


(6) A Statute passed by the Samsad (Court) shall have no validity until it has been assented to by the Paridarsaka (Visitor).


(7) The Karma Samiti (Executive Council) shall not propose the draft of any Statute affecting the status, powers or constitution of any authority of the University until such authority has been given an opportunity of expressing an opinion upon the proposal, and any opinion so expressed shall be in writing and shall be considered by the Samsad (Court), and shall be submitted to the Paridarsaka (Visitor).


(8) The Samsad (Court) may of its own motion take into consideration the draft of any Statue;


Provided that in any such case before a Statute is passed affecting the powers or duties of the Acharya (Chancellor), the Upacharya (Vice-Chancellor) or the Artha-Sachiva (Treasurer) or any authority or board, the opinion of the Karma Samiti (Executive Council) and a report from the person or body concerned shall have been taken into consideration by the Samsad (Court).



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