The General Secretariat consists of the Secretary General and the Deputy Secretaries General and affiliated units.
The Secretary General is the highest authority of the administrative structure of the University and is responsible to the Rector for the work, supervision and control of this structure. The Secretary General is a member of the rapporteur of the University Senate and the Board of Directors without the right to vote.
In addition to the duties of the administrative structure, the Secretary General shall also perform the following duties through himself and his subordinate units:
To serve as Rapporteur in the University Senate and the Board of Directors; To carry out the necessary studies for the determination of the agenda and to ensure that the decisions taken are written, protected and transmitted to the relevant units and stored.
To ensure that the units in the University Administrative Organization work in an orderly, efficient and coordinated manner,
To ensure that the personnel working at the university serve depending on the understanding of duty and responsibility,
To provide in-service training of the personnel in order to ensure that they can adapt to the changes in the education sector and that the service standards provided are increased.