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Ramjas College Ad-hoc displacement

Delhi University: Ramjas College students protest against ad-hoc faculty displacement

The students highlighted that eight out of 10 teachers from the English department have been displaced due to ‘politically motivated’ reasons

Published on 4th December 2023
DU adhoc displacement

DU: Teachers' associations call for Candlelight Vigil against ad-hoc displacements at Satyawati College

The joint call for the candlelight vigil has been made by the Democratic United Teachers Alliance, a collective of 10 organisations, and several individual teachers formed ahead of the DUTA election

Published on 21st September 2023

Manoj Jha's alleged cancelled DU lecture: Teachers association calls it "undignified"

"The teachers there wanted to hear me but it was unacceptable to you. You won't become Vishwaguru like this. I am hurt," said Manoj Jha 

Published on 31st August 2023

DU's bagging Graded Autonomy Category 1 status might have devastating impact: DUTA Prez

This status vests powers with the Board of Governors (BoGs) to hire and fire teachers at will and wield control over the decisions about working conditions, pay, promotion, pension and so on

Published on 26th August 2023

DU's displaced ad-hoc faculty face devastating impact, says senior prof SK Sagar

Crisis ensues over regularisation and demands for permanent positions; integrity concerns surround the screening and interview process

Published on 20th May 2023

Delhi University teachers' body writes to VC on 'mass scale displacements' of ad hoc teachers

The Democratic Teachers' Front reported that the displacement rate, particularly among those who have been teaching the longest, is as high as 80% in colleges such as Hansraj, Ramjas, and Lakshmibai

Published on 17th January 2023

Arrange for notional break of ad-hoc teachers in a way that they don't face salary loss: DUTA to DU colleges

If the requirement persists beyond four months, a college can continue with the service of the teacher after giving them a notional break of one day

Published on 10th August 2022

 With Centre making it clear that ad-hoc teachers will not be absorbed, where does that leave these educators?

Somehow the earlier Vice-Chancellors didn't fill the positions on time. And the teachers were forced to work on an ad-hoc basis: DUTA President AK Bhagi

Published on 23rd July 2022

DU Teachers' Association writes to DU colleges; urges them to renew appointment of ad hoc teachers

DUTA, in a letter to colleges under Delhi University and department heads, urged them to ensure rejoining of all ad hoc teachers

Published on 14th July 2022

DU teachers to protest today at Kejriwal's house for release of salaries

The teachers claim that non-payment of salaries has been a recurring problem for more than three years now. Blaming the govt for budget cuts, they cite major infrastructure and other issues

Published on 29th June 2022

DU Teachers' Association demands for ad-hoc teachers to be absorbed, stages protest

Several teachers from the varsity participated in the protest. They also urged the DUTA leadership to launch action programmes regarding the issue at the MoE, UGC and also the Parliament

Published on 25th June 2022

Why is the DUTA unhappy with the funds released by Delhi govt for 12 DU colleges?

The Delhi government has released funds to clear outstanding dues of teaching and non-teaching staff of Delhi University's 12 government-funded colleges

Published on 9th May 2022

DUTA stages dharna in front of Kejriwal's house. These were their demands

The teachers raised concerns about the 'fragmentation of the university' and the possibility that students might end up bearing the costs of the university

Published on 4th April 2022

DUTA protests during Academic Council meeting. Demands urgent absorption of ad-hoc teachers

The teachers' association has accused Delhi University of relying on ad-hocism to fill the large number of vacant positions for professors in the varsity

Published on 23rd March 2022

All the way to the top: DUTA's petition for absorption of ad hoc teachers reaches President

The teachers' association has also said that the petition has received over 10,000 signatures and has asked the centre to resolve the issue

Published on 14th February 2022

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