The Bill envisages significant institutional autonomy, which, among others, includes the followings:
• The university will be governed by a seventeen-member Board of Trustees (BOT) accountable to the Government.
• The first appointment of fourteen non-government BOT members shall be made by the government upon recommendation of a search committee. Subsequent appointments of these members shall be made by the BOT.
• The BOT Chairperson is to be elected from among non-government trustees by the BOT.
• The University President shall be appointed by the BOT.
• Foreigners are eligible for serving as trustees, search committee members, presidents, faculty, and researchers.
• The BOT shall have the authority to frame rules.
• The university shall have the authority for staff appointments and setting terms and conditions of their service.