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1.2.2.     Constitution of IAC

The members of IAC shall be from the ICT Directorate, College of Informatics, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department of Health Informatics, and volunteer experts outside the University (Table 1). The volunteer experts outside UoG could help to introduce international experience in ICT to the University. Members of IAC shall have a maximum term of 3 years. The minimum number of the IAC members shall be seven; however, the V/P for Business and Development can decide on the number of the council members depending on the availability of staff.

Table 1: Members of IAC

NO.

DIRECTORATE/COLLEGE/DEPARTMENT

NUMBER OF IAC MEMBERS

1

ICT Directorate

2

2

College of Informatics

2

3

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

1

4

Department of Health Informatics

1

5

Volunteer expert outside the University

2

 

Total

7

The Vice President for Business and Development shall assign a Chairperson and Secretary from the members of the council. Each member may delegate an alternate, at the appropriate leadership level, to attend as a full member of the council at times of inconvenience. The council meets quarterly, or as required by and as agreed with the Chairperson. The agenda will be distributed not less than two working days prior to the scheduled meeting. Minutes will be distributed in no more than three working days following the meeting.

If an IAC Member or a Chairperson or a Secretary resigns (or is deemed to have resigned due to poor performance or any other reason which shall be evaluated and proposed by the IAC), the V/P for Business and Development shall nominate another new Member or Chairperson or Secretary, respectively. In this case, the newly nominated Member shall serve the remaining term of the resigned Member. Similarly, if a Chairperson or Secretary resigns, the V/P for Business and Development shall appoint a new Chairperson or Secretary from the IAC members, respectively.