Teachers organisation National Democratic Teachers Front (NDTF) candidates have filed their nominations in the elections of Executive Council and Academic Council at Delhi University. NDTF elected its outgoing member Dr. VS for the second consecutive time in the Academic Council (EC) elections. Negi has been made a candidate. NDTF General Secretary, Dr. VS. According to Negi, his organization is committed to resolving important issues of teachers in the elections and is constantly trying for them.
He said that at the level of associate professor in colleges, continuous efforts are being made to address issues like exemption from Ph.D. in promotion, exemption from orientation and refresher course in promotion, relief in the research paper for the professor, the benefit of Adhoc service till promotion of associate professor. Are being done The chairman of NDTF said that his organization has played a meaningful role in initiating the pending promotion for more than ten years. As a result, nearly three thousand teachers have been promoted at Delhi University. Right now promotion is up to the Associate Professor level. The promotion process has also been done for senior professors in university departments. It is likely to catch more speed soon. Soon the process of becoming a professor in colleges can also begin.
According to him, the NDTF is not in any mood of compromise in terms of service conditions and government grants for teachers in the National Education Policy. As far as providing better options and facilities to the students is concerned, the organization will support the new education policy. He said that NDTF is in favor of increasing the role of teachers and researchers in the Institute of Eminence. In any case, the new education policy will not be compromised regarding the interests of teachers. He said that the priority of the election agenda of NDTF included many education-related issues including adjustment and stability of ad hoc teachers, discrepancies of the Sixth Pay Commission, the anomaly of the Seventh Pay Commission, the problem of pay and grants in the fully funded colleges of the Delhi government.