30th November 1961

No. SOI-1/94-60.-The following University Ordinances relating to the efficiency and discipline of the employees of the University of Peshawar, are, hereby published for general information :-
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by clause (b) of section 44 of the West Pakistan (University of Peshawar) Ordinance, 1961, the Chancellor is pleased to add the following University Ordinances relating to the efficiency and discipline of the employees of the University of Peshawar :-

1. Short title, application and commencement.-(1) These University Ordinances may be called the University of Peshawar Employees (Efficiency and Discipline) University Ordinances, 1961.
(2) These University Ordinances shall apply to every person in the employment of the University of Peshawar.

2. Definitions.-In these University Ordinances unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context :—
(1) “authority” means the officer or Authority, specified in the Appendix, competent to appoint and take disciplinary action against a University employee and includes an Officer of the University authorised by such authority to act on its behalf ;
(2) “misconduct” means conduct prejudicial to good order of service, discipline or un-becoming a University employee and a gentleman ;
(3) “penalty” means a penalty which may be imposed under these University Ordinances.

3. Grounds for penalty.-Where a University employee, in the opinion of the authority-
(a) is inefficient, or has ceased to be efficient, whether by reason of infirmity of mind or body, or otherwise, and is not likely to recover his efficiency ; or
(b) Is indifferent to his duties of teaching and research ; or
(c) is guilty of misconduct ; or
(d) is corrupt, or may reasonably be considered corrupt because-
(i) he is, or any of his dependants or any other person through him or on his behalf is, in possession (for which he cannot reasonably account) of pecuniary resources or of property disproportionate to his known sources of income ; or
(ii) he has assumed a style of living beyond his ostensible means ; or
(e) is engaged, or is reasonably suspected of being engaged, in subversive activities, or who Is reasonably suspected of being associated with others engaged in subversive activities, and whose retention in service Is, therefore, considered prejudicial to national security ; or
(f ) becomes a member of or Is associated in any capacity with an association of any kind other than an association organized by or under the aegis of the University, without obtaining prior permission of the Vice-Chancellor in writing ; or
(g) is engaged directly or indirectly in any trade, business or occupation (on his own account) which may in the opinion of the appointing authority interfere with the due performance by him of the duties of his office, without the prior permission of the appointing authority in writing ; or
(h) absents himself from duty or overstays sanctioned leave without sufficient cause acceptable to the appointing authority ; or
(i) exercises unwholesome influence or Is reasonably suspected of exercising unwholesome influence on the academic, moral and corporate life of the University, the authority may Impose on him one or more penalties