Anu Parthiban|Dec 7, 2021
DUTA members submit memorandum of demands to VC
Delhi University Teachers' Association members met VC Yogesh Singh and submitted demands including absorption of ad-hoc and temporary teachers into regular services.
NEW DELHI: Delhi University Teachers' Association members on Wednesday met the varsity’s vice-chancellor Yogesh Singh and submitted a memorandum of demands, including absorption of ad-hoc and temporary teachers into regular services. The memorandum also highlighted issues of repeated stoppage of grants by the Delhi government and the crisis faced by employees due to non-receipt of salaries, problems of teachers of physical education, vacant positions of librarians in around 30 colleges, promotion of teachers, health infrastructure and benefits to all employees, the members said in a statement.
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The teachers also raised problems related to the teaching-learning process in context of online teaching, it added. "Bearers also communicated to the vice-chancellor the need to strengthen the administrative and financial functioning of the University," the statement said.
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