The Office of the Registrar is located close to the Seminary Hostel of the Institute. It is the record centre of the Institute and headed by the Registrar who shall be appointed by the Institute’s Governing Council for a period of three years in the first instance and may be re-appointed for further two terms.
Whoever is to be appointed Registrar shall possess a minimum qualification of a good graded first degree (preferably in Public Administration) from a recognized University and shall normally have had 10 years of experience in public administration, at least part of which would have been spent in a University or similar establishment.
- The Registrar shall be the administrative officer for external communications of the Institute with the exception of those covered by Art. 16(vi) for which the Rector is responsible. He shall be responsible to the Rector for the day-to-day administrative work of the Institute. He shall also be responsible for the legal affairs of the Institute.
- He shall also be the Institute's Public Relations and Protocol Officer.
- The Registrar is the archivist of the Institute.
- The Registrar shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Senate.