Bulletin Spring‧Summer 1993

2 7 Years of Growth and Consolidation A Summar y o f the Developmen t o f the Graduat e School 1966-93 A Graduate Council Established to Provide Direction The University has always emphasized the importance of developing postgraduate studies since its inception. As early as 1966 , only three years after the University's establishment, a Graduate Council was set up to formulate policies and make plans for postgraduate programmes. It was chaired by the vice-chancellor himself, who served concurrently as dean o f the Graduate School. Members included the three college presidents, the deans of three faculties, the director of the School of Education, the University librarian, and other professors and readers nominated by th e vice- chancellor. Student Gr ow th on a Triennial Basis 1966-1992 GRADUATE SCHOOL 6