Delhi University agreed with the recommendation to re-employ retired professors. The judgment to re-employ senior professors to focus on research-based work. Suggested in an executive council meeting carried on Monday.
The action comes from obeying the university’s request to stimulate research work. The National Education Policy envisions the advancement of quality research. With a priority on creation and technology development in higher education institutes.
To encourage and strengthen the research culture, the university composed a committee. They requested it to formulate different guidelines for the re-employment. Of research-oriented academicians with a proven track catalog of quality research and publications.
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After assessing the proposals of the committee formed. To organize guidelines for the improvement of research culture. In different subjects in the university and to re-employ retired professors. Under this, ex-research-oriented teachers can be re-employed. The University agreed on funding of Rs 1886.53 crore for the financial year 2023- 24.
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A calculation of Rs 428 crore was proposed for capital aids like buildings, books and journals, and laboratory equipment. And classroom equipment, furniture, computers, and campus development. Out of the whole budget analysis, a total of Rs 512 crore has to add to the salary head. Rs 267.33 crore has to allocate for the regular faculty salary. And Rs 127 crore regular non-faculty salary. Rs 118 crore in different things.
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DUTA held a rally against the exile of ad hoc teachers. The removal of ad-hoc teachers ceased instantly in the ongoing interview process. The ousting of long-serving teachers is barbaric and supports social insecurity in the working of the ad-hoc teaching community. This is not at the stake of the academic setting, teachers, and the university.
EC members Seema Das and Rajpal Singh Pawar held a rally demanding absorption. The teachers’ association sought rapid effort from the university. They require the building of governing bodies in colleges funded by the Delhi government.