As ad hoc issue escalates DU teachers demand admin to reconsider decision
| Monday | 2nd December, 2019
New Delhi: The issue of ad-hoc teachers now getting the post of guest faculties, have escalated with Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) demanding the administration to take back the decision.
However, in a circular dated back to August 28, the authority denied appointment of full time teachers on adhoc vacancies till positions can be filled on permanent basis.
This decision is going to affect more than 5000 teachers, for a mere fact that adhoc teachers receive full salary, while guest faculty receive the money per lecture.
Shankar was speaking on the Draft National Education Policy (DNEP) 2019, which was released into the public domain by the HRD Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, soon after he took charge on May 31.
The draft proposes an education policy that aims to address the challenges of access, equity, quality, affordability, and accountability.
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