One of the most important councils in any university is the students representative council as it is the forum where students are given a voice. The student representative council shares interests, ideas and concerns.
Students Representative Council
The Voice of the Student Body
The Student’ Representative Council (SRC) is an elected body that has been voted by the students to represent their interests at the University. Anybody can be part of the Student Representative Council through yearly elections. The roles of the council include fostering a spirit of corporation among all students at the university. The student body also organises and supervises, subject to the direction of the Chief Executive, student welfare facilities in the University including recreational facilities, spiritual and religious activities, and the supply of meals and refreshments.
Furthermore, the council makes representations to the Chief Executive on all matters relating to, or connected with, the living and working conditions of the students at the university. They also represent on any body which may, in accordance with rules made by the Board of Governors for the purpose, be appointed to undertake student welfare activities in the university as well as to undertake such other activities as may be determined by the Executive Management Committee of the University from time to time.