DU BEGAN THE SCREENING PROCESS FOR PERMANENT PRINCIPALS IN 20 COLLEGES

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Source: The Statesman

DU began the screening process for permanent principals in 20 institutions. The institutions presently do not have permanent principals, according to an official. And, the government funded the bulk of these colleges.

Further, upon fulfillment of the screening, Bharati College has revised the names of the candidates on the college website. Also, the first recruitment interview took place on March 10. At all other universities, the selection process is accelerated.

Hansraj Suman is the chairman of the Forum of Academics for Social Justice. As a principal or an Officer on Special Duty (OSD). Further, he has been working for these colleges for the past few years. He has conveyed his joy at the appointment of a permanent principal. Moreover, he feels that with a permanent principal in place, the possibilities of making permanent appointments to educational and non-educational positions will rise.

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Delhi University begins the screening process for permanent principals in over 20 colleges. Bharati College limits 25 candidates to 20 based on API score. And, five applications are rejected for lack of academic qualifications and teaching experience Life.

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Suman declared that after the screening process for the hiring of permanent principals. Consequently, Bharati College had shortlisted 25 candidates for the principal’s position. Out of these, 20 candidates were found to be convenient on their API score. However, five applications were denied due to their lack of teaching experience, research articles, and academic qualifications, stated to a report by IANS.

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In certain colleges, an acting principal or an officer on special duty (OSD) is accountable for handling operations. Further, Suman expressed that the principal’s role has stayed empty for a minimum of five years in most of the Delhi government colleges. Also, he announced that hiring and non-teaching staff has been postponed and non-teaching staff has been postponed.

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