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UPNG Vice Chancellor resigns

The University of Papua New Guinea  vice-chancellor, Professor Albert Mellam has resigned from active duties as of  this afternoon.

The  University council clarified that the university played no part in prompting his resignation rather, Mellam resigned at his own accord and the University accepts his decision.

Professor Mellam entered UPNG at the age of 17 as a student. And now, after serving the university for 29 years as an academia and an administrator at management level, Professor Mellam is drawing the curtain to his public service career.

The University Council highly commended Mellam for his efforts in restructuring the operations of the institution and restoring its financial landscape, all with the ultimate aim of providing premium education for the young elites of the country.

A caretaker Vice Chancellor is yet to be announced by the University Council before a permanent appointment is made.
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