DU teachers expressed their concerns about alleged disparities in the distribution of teaching roles under reserved classifications at IPCW. This prompted them to compose a letter to the vice-chancellor.
The teachers have emphasized that in 2019, the IPCW’s commerce division had only one vacancy for the ST category. The vacancy has now been reduced to zero this year. A parallel trend was found in the Economics department as well. These findings have spurred the teachers, including academic council members, to urge VC to handle the matter promptly.
The letter, dated Friday, underlined the majority of differences in the allocation of teaching roles within DU colleges. DU teachers expressed their problem with the blind oversight of category sections during recruitment cycles. They stressed the constant neglect of various roles in the allocation of vacuity at IPCW.
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DELHI UNIVERSITY HINDU COLLEGE SUSPENDS 15 STUDENTS FOR ‘FINANCIAL FRAUD’
The teachers alleged that the roaster used to allow the lapse of three ST jobs in distinct units. Despite trying to reach out for clarification, the IPCW Principal did not react to calls from us.
TEACHERS REQUEST APPOINTMENT OF PRINCIPAL AT DU SBSC
The teachers underlined the sincerity of the biases evident in the allotment of vacuity in varied departments. They worried that the loss of reserved classes stays greatly unseen. This led to a loss in their task to create an inclusive organization.In their fair and ethical request, the teachers appealed to the VC to promptly examine the matter. They take reasonable action to correct the condition.
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The issue raised by the DU teachers sheds light on the significance of upholding reservation policies. To ensure clarity in the disbursement of teaching positions. Addressing such problems is important for retaining justice and inclusivity within academic societies. It sees how the university administration responded to the teachers’ requests. They take steps to fix the alleged differences in the allocation of reserved teaching roles.