The University administration has formed a committee to implement the new National Education Policy-2020 at Delhi University (DU). The university-affiliated organization’s Academics for Action and Development (AAD) and the United Teachers Front (UTF) have opposed it.
In this regard, members of their Academic Council (AC) and Executive Council (EC) have written a protest letter to the Vice-Chancellor.
The AC and EC members said in their letter, We have always opposed arbitrary deficiencies. Why are the organization like AC and EC being sidelined? The administration can skillfully fulfill its agendas, but the University will have to undergo in the long run to bypass the legislative committees.
Rajesh Jha, a member of the Executive Committee of the University of Delhi, said, “It is not right to sidestep legislative committees. The new National Education Policy should be debated at all levels first under the view of the DU Act-1922 and ensure the participation of students, teachers, and staff in it.
In this regard, members of the Executive Council and Academic Council of the University have also conveyed this topic to the Delhi University Teachers Association.
Explain that the Delhi University administration has formed a committee on 25 September to implement the new National Education Policy -2020 implemented by the central government, which aims to implement and suggest the National Education Policy in various departments of Delhi University.
At the same time, in order to make the information of the new education policy accessible to all the students, the University of Delhi Students’ Union has decided to organize various competitions on the National Education Policy with Vidya Bharti.
In this context, DUSU held a general body meeting regarding the competition. The University of Delhi Students’ Union will officially be in the role of a partner for this competition. The competition was inaugurated by Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal through Vidya Bharati. It is being organized from 25 September to 2 October at Vidya Bharati’s National Level Forum.
The National Education Policy Awareness Campaign is being done in partnership with DUSU, which has included 13 languages and different categories with awards.