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The Bell College of Technology (Scotland) Order of Council 2001

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A.—(1) Subject to the delegation to the Academic Council of such powers as it may from time to time deem appropriate in accordance with Article 22(3), to deal with the overall planning, co-ordination, development and supervision of the academic work of the College.

(2) To establish faculties, departments, schools, institutes or other groups, to prescribe their organisation, constitution and functions and to vary or abolish any such groups.

(3) To undertake, to assist others to undertake and to make provision for such research, design, development, testing, consultancy, laboratory and other services and to charge such fees for these services as they may deem appropriate.

(4) To grant all such diplomas, certificates and such other academic awards or distinctions as may from time to time be granted by the College pursuant to the Act and as the Board deems appropriate, to prescribe the conditions for their receipt and, subject to consultation with the Academic Council, to deprive a recipient of a diploma, certificate or any other academic distinction previously conferred by the College.

(5) To publish, print and provide for publication of any results of or other matter arising from or in connection with research and scholarship, to sell or otherwise supply or provide books, stationery and other goods as it deems appropriate.

(6) To frame such codes of discipline and regulations for students as may be necessary or desirable for the maintenance of the good order of the College.

(7) To institute, maintain and award fellowships, scholarships, studentships, prizes and other aids and encouragements to teaching and research, and to discontinue any such award.

(8) To prescribe such conditions as they may consider appropriate for admission to and attendance at the College, provided that it shall be within the power of the Board to exclude any person from the College or part thereof if, in the opinion of the Board, the admission or attendance of that person would be likely to prejudice the College.

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