Business Management College Charter

Original Language Title: Biznesa vadības koledžas nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 579 in Riga in 2007 (august 28,. 7. § 47) business management College Regulations Issued under the University Act 10.1 the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. Business Management College (College) is a legal entity with limited liability company "Latvian Academy of entrepreneurship and management" (further-founder) founded the company, which after the acquisition of secondary education provides the opportunity to get first level professional higher education and professional qualifications in the fourth level. 2. the registered office of the Founder-Salaspils Street 14, Riga, LV-1057, Latvia. 3. College name: 3.1.-Latvian business management College (abbreviation-BVK);
3.2. in English-College of Business Administration;
3.3. the Russian-Колледж управления бизнесом. 4. the registered office of the College-Salaspils Street 14, Riga, LV-1057, Latvia. 5. College governing body representation and authority study and research is the College Council (hereinafter Council) and College (referred to as the Director). The Council is the College staff and the governing body of collegiate decision-making body. The Director is the highest officer of the College, the College of General Administrative and business management and without specific authorisation by the representative College. 6. the supreme governing body of the College and authority in strategic, financial and economic matters is the Board. The Governing Board shall have all the statutes and these rules, founder of rights and responsibilities. 7. College can have its own flag, Crest, motto and anthem. 8. the College may establish associations and create branches. II. activities of the College and the basic task of College activity 9 axes are as follows: 9.1 develop and implement the first level professional higher education programs in the social sciences, and Commerce (Honours) from tourism services;
9.2. to implement the study process, promote student personal development and provide an opportunity to get first level professional higher education and a fourth level of professional qualifications;
9.3. to provide for the possibility for the student to prepare for the continuing education for the second level professional higher education and professional qualifications at level 5. 10. College objectives are the following: 10.1 the employer participation according to the standards of the profession and the national standards of vocational training to develop professional study programmes and organize its implementation;
10.2. the development of examination content and methods to organize professional qualification exams, attracting employers and professional associations;
10.3. in theory and practice to prepare qualified, competitive labour market experts according to labour market demand and supply in the Republic of Latvia;
10.4. ensure a process of study and test the quality level to College for vocational training and professional qualifications recognised in Latvia and abroad;
10.5. the studies according to the study the profile and to encourage student research work;
10.6. support academic staff college of further education and qualification improvement;
10.7. in interact with Latvian and foreign educational institutions and employers in the field of vocational training;
10.8. to organize the College activities the axes of the appropriate measures (for example, public courses, lectures, conferences);
10.9. to inform the public about the activities of the College and professional education opportunities in College;
10.10. take economic and other activities which are not contrary to the laws and actions of the axes of the College. III. the Council 11. Council elections organised by the Management Board. The Director and Deputy Director in the work of the Council include the Studio without election. Representatives from the Council to work more academic and general staff, and the student, by secret ballot. 12. the Council, acting in accordance with the provisions of the Council's activities. The Council's term of Office is three years. The activities of the Council and the composition of the regulations approved by the Executive Board. 13. the Council is composed of 15 members of the Council: 13.1 the Director;
13.2. the Deputy Director of the Studio work;
13.3. one Board Member;
13.4. the five College academic personnel representatives (academic positions elected persons);
13.5. two general staff representatives;
13.6. the three student self-government representatives;
8.5. the two authorized employers and representatives of non-governmental organizations under the study programme-specific. 14. the Council from among the members of the Council elect a Chairman and a Secretary, by secret ballot. The Director may not be the President of the Council. The work of the Council and the management of the Protocol manages the Secretary. 15. Academic staff, general staff, and student representatives, as well as the local Council election of the President and the Secretary of the Council shall lay down the procedure for the operation of the Charter. 16. the Council: 16.1. approved courses;
16.2. Approves the research and scientific activities;
16.3. draw up proposals on student enrollment and new study programmes;
16.4. Approves the admission rules and composition of the admissions for the year in question;
16.5. prepares proposals for College departments, associations and the establishment of branches, reorganizing and dissolution and after consulting the Management Board approved the by-laws;
16.6. Approves the regulations on academic and administrative positions in college and election procedures in these posts;
10.4. Approves the regulations on the study and test procedures in College;
16.8. adopt the annual activity report of the College;
16.9. support and promote the activities of the Student Government, the student self-government regulations approved;
16.10. Approves the College flag, emblem, anthem and motto;
16.11 the College accordance regulations and its amendments;
16.12. decide on other issues which are in accordance with these rules within the competence of the Council. 17. The Board of Governors shall be convened by its Chairman, the Director, the Board of directors or at least five members of the Council. The Council meets at least once every two months. 18. the Council is valid, if the hearing at least 10 Council members. Decisions shall be taken by a simple majority vote, or by secret ballot. The vote, by secret ballot if requested by at least five of the Council members present. If the votes of the Council members divided into similar, the Chairman shall have the casting vote. 19. the Director has a suspensive veto rights in respect to the decisions of the Council. After the application of the veto question looking the Reconciliation Commission. The Commission shall set up a Coordination Council. It shall consist of a Director, Chairman, Member of the Board and one representative of the academic staff, the General staff and student. The Reconciliation Commission decision approving the next Council meeting. Council decision shall enter into force if, by secret ballot, on the vote not less than two-thirds of the present members of the Council. 20. the Board may withdraw its staff group meeting that the Council members are elected. The members of the Council shall lay down the procedure for the withdrawal of the operating regulations of the Council. 21. Council decisions taken in strategic, financial and economic matters will enter into force after their approval by the Board. 22. some of the issues the Council may establish advisory boards and approve the regulations. IV. The Director Director of 23 competitive Council is elected for five years. The founder of recruiting and released from the Labour Council elected Director. The Director needed a higher education, at least five years of teaching and research experience, as well as at least five years experience in a leading position. 24. the Director: 24.1. manage College staff and student of binding orders;
24.2. in coordination with the Board, shall determine the number of units of the Office of the College;
24.3. in accordance with the powers decide on college resources;
15.2. organised by academic staff and administrative staff of the elections;
15.2. present to the Council and the Ministry of education and Science College activities annual report and provides opportunities for staff to consult the annual report;
24.6. following coordination with the higher education Council to approve the additional requirements with regard to special education, the previous special fitness and preparedness for membership in specific courses.

24.7. perform other tasks as set out in these provisions. 25. the Director shall leave office upon the initiative of the Council or, if the founder director of operations found significant violations of the laws and actions of the College of Justice. Director of the regulations shall lay down the procedure for academic and administrative positions in college. V. College departments and branch offices 26. Study process, research, organizational, economic or job College can create departments and branches. 27. the Department tasks, functions and structure of the unit right down the regulations. The Unit Manager is responsible for the work of the Department. The head of the Department, elect under this provision of the statute referred to in paragraph 16.6.. 28. The College pamatstruktūrvienīb courses and research work is the chapter. The organizational, economic and operational work of the College can also consist of other departments. 29. The Department is the Department implementing the related profile first level professional higher education programs. The task of the Department is to implement the programmes, carry out studies and promote research, collaborate with other College departments, educational institutions, employers and non-governmental organizations. 30. The Department has at least eight academic staff representatives holding elected positions. Head of Department, elect in accordance with the provisions of the statute referred to 16.6.. 31. the College departments and branches set up, reorganize and eliminate the founder. Vi. College staff college personnel 32. (further-PC): 32.1. academic staff;
32.2. the General staff;
32.3. full time learners. 33. the Staff College shall be entitled to use the facilities, equipment, inventory, and other items in the library of the College internal rules. 34. it is the duty of the Staff contribute to the activities of the College and to support transparency in its administration. Personnel shall have the right to participate in management and governance decisions and internal rules, as well as in making decisions affecting staff interests, participate in collegiate management organ of the College attend and to be heard, as well as to make proposals on the activities of the College. 35. The academic staff consists of: 21.8. Professor;
35.2. Associate Professor;
35.3. Assistant Professor;
35.4. the lecturer;
22.1. the Assistant. 36. the Person elected in academic and administrative positions elected by open competition in accordance with the rules of the academic and administrative posts. The contest is advertised for at least a month before the election, the publication of a notice in the newspaper "Gazette" and putting it on the College's website on the internet. 37. academic positions may elect a person with doctorate or master's degree. 38. Professional study programme profile subjects of the post of Assistant Professor may hold a person with higher education without degree, if it is appropriate for the subject matter concerned at least seven years seniority in practice. Requirements of the following associate of sliding position applicants, approved by the Council. Professional study programme profile subjects or Assistant lecturer posts can take a person with higher education without degree, if it is the subject matter appropriate for at least five years ' seniority in practice. 39. the elections in academic and administrative posts are elected by secret ballot. The founder of the persons elected to switch to the contract at the time of the election. 40. academic staff have the following responsibilities: 24.9. creative and responsible participation in the implementation of the programme of study;
40.2. constantly improve their professional qualifications, visit the methodological seminars;
40.3. follow the College's internal rules and rules of professional conduct;
25.1. to answer for their actions and their results;
25.2. to provide the student the opportunity to pursue College in their own rights. 41. academic staff have the following rights: 25.5. study programme to be implemented under the framework of the regulations on the study and test procedures to determine the courses and test content, forms and methods;
41.2. the scientific research work, freely choose research methods, evaluate and publish research results;
41.3. submit proposals for action relevant to the objective of the College events;
25.7. to offer new courses and propose to start a new study programme implementation;
25.8. proposals on College development and internal policing;
25.8. to be elected for representation, Management College, institutions and decision-making bodies. 42. Persons admitted to a College in accordance with the legislation requirements, criteria and procedures for admission to the courses and the college admission rules laid down. 43. the obligation to respect the student's College Charter, Council approved regulations and internal rules. 44. the College Student creates student self-government. The student self-government operates in accordance with its designed and approved the Statute of the Council. 45. Student authority have the right to request and receive from the College representative, management bodies and heads of departments shall be information and explanations on matters that affect the interests of the student. 46. Student Government representatives have the right to participate in the activities of the College authority. The student self-government representatives in the Council have suspensive right of veto in matters that affect the interests of the student. If necessary, create a Conciliation Commission, the Council and the issue be re-examined at the next meeting of the Council. The Reconciliation Commission decision approved by the Council. Council decision shall enter into force if, by secret ballot, on the vote not less than two-thirds of the present members of the Council. 47. The student self-government decisions are subject to approval by the Council is binding to all student. VII. Programme development and approval 48. Study process is governed by the regulations approved by the Council. 49. the programme is drawn up and filed in academic departments. 50. the programme's content and its Deputy Director responsible for the implementation of work in the Studio. 51. the programme is approved and the decision on the termination of the implementation of the programme shall be adopted by the Council. VIII. Internal procedures governing documents 52. College internal procedures of regulatory documents issued by the Director. 53. The College departments of internal procedures of regulatory document issued to the head of the Department, and shall enter into force when the document is approved by the Director. 54. If the College's internal procedures of regulatory documents is necessary to approve the Council, this document shall enter into force after it is approved. IX. the International College of communication 55. College is entitled to participate in international cooperation, organized by the Ministry of education and science, other State authorities or non-governmental organizations, as well as to build bilateral (multilateral) international communication. 56. The College may invite other National University Faculty and professionals for viesdocētāj or for individual guest speakers lecture or series of lectures for reading. 57. the College may organize personnel exchange trips to foreign countries and Latvia. X. college funding sources and arrangements 58. College is financed by its founder, pursuant to Cabinet of Ministers determine the education programme minimum cost per student. 59. Studies in college going for a fee. Tuition and other fees for services shall be determined by the Management Board. 60. the College's financial resources shall consist of: 60.1. tuition fee;
60.2. own revenue;
60.3. foreign financial resources;
60.4. the legal and physical person donations and gifts;
60.5. banks and credit institutions, the DTI. XI. Administrative provisions and the actual action of the College for appeal 61. actions to ensure justice. 62. College officials issued administrative provisions and actual action may be challenged, by submitting an application to the Director. The Director's decision on the disputed college officials decisions and actual action may appeal to the Court. 63. the Director of the administrative acts issued and actual action may appeal to the Court. XII. The College Charter and its amendments, the initiation and development of the College Charter and 64. amendments to the Statute of the College Development Council created the Commission. The Commission shall lay down the procedure for the Council approved regulations. 65. Proposals for amendments to the regulations of the Commission College may submit to the Director, the members of the Council, Student Government, the same department heads, as well as one tenth of the total number of staff of the College. XIII. reorganization and liquidation of the College 66. Decision on reorganization or liquidation of the College Council shall adopt, on a proposal by the founder. Prime Minister-Minister of finance Spurdziņš o., Minister of education and science Rivž of B.