DUTA protests demanding absorption of ad-hoc teachers

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ABHAY ANAND
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Updated on Mar 22, 2022 10:31 IST

The association has also announced that classes will remain suspended today.

The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) has called for Dharna today demanding One-Time Regulation for Absorption of Ad-hoc/ Temporary Teachers. The association has also announced that classes will remain suspended today.

Delhi University will hold its academic council meeting today and DUTA has decided to stage a protest outside the Vice Chancellor’s office. It has also called for a boycott of classes to press for its demands on a series of issues, including one-time regulation for absorption of ad-hoc and temporary teachers.

There are more than 5000 ad-hoc teachers working at Delhi University and its affiliated colleges. The association is demanding One-Time Regulation for Absorption of Ad-hoc/ Temporary Teachers as per 200-Point Roster & DoPT Guidelines on Reservation. “Violation of 5th December 2019 Record of Discussion not Acceptable. Restoration of Workload/Number of Credits for Discipline Specific Honours Courses,” DUTA said.

They are also demanding for restoration of workload and credits for discipline-specific courses under the Undergraduate Curriculum Framework that will be implemented by DU from 2022-23 academic sessions.

In today’s meeting, the academic council will discuss the admission process under Common University Entrance Test (CUET) as admission to Delhi University colleges from the next academic year is likely to be done through the CUET admission process and its scores.

The University of Delhi (DU) has also planned to do away with the existing system of undergraduate admission, which is based on the cut-offs as per the Class 12 board marks.

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ABHAY ANAND
Manager Editorial

Abhay an alumnus of IIMC and Delhi University, has over a decade long experience of reporting on various beats of journalism. During his free time he prefers listening to music or play indoor and outdoor games.

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