Several ad-hoc teachers at DU teaching for over a decade are feeling uncertain. They have dejected after their service terminated in the colleges where they worked. Among those affected is a 43-year-old single mother. She is a Ph.D. scholar from JNU and a 37-year-old DU graduate.
The displaced teachers have frustration with what they believe to be arbitrary. The biased selection process favors candidates with connections on the recruitment committee. They are also concerned that individuals with lower academic qualifications and less experience are replacing them.
According to the UGC, the revision in the interview process was executed following a report from an expert committee. However, a petition filed in Delhi HC recently argued. The weightage given to the interview in the selection process was increased. From “20% to 100%, thereby creating the chance for arbitrariness.”
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DU MAKES COMPULSORY EXTRA CLASSES FOR STUDENTS FAILING IN PRACTICALS
Ad-hoc teachers at DU, some of whom have been jobless for months, are toiling to make ends meet. Many are single parents and cannot find new jobs in their field of expertise. The quality of education at DU will suffer. As a result of the displacement of experienced educators. T
he account takes years of experience according to their beliefs. The Delhi High Court has asked the UGC to submit a report.
DELHI SCHOOL STUDENTS PARTAKE IN THE ‘9-9-9 CHALLENGE’
The displaced teachers are calling for a revision of the selection process. More transparency in the recruitment of new educators. The account takes years of experience according to their beliefs. The Delhi High Court has asked the UGC to submit a report.
DELHI UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS SUGGEST HOPE FOR PARKINSON’S REMEDY
The amendment of 2018 achieves all the objectives sought by the court. The court’s decision will have a significant impact on the future of education. At Delhi University and the livelihoods of hundreds of displaced teachers.