Delhi University Teacher’s Association (DUTA) has proposed to the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to open 6 new colleges in the academic session 2021-22. In this proposal given by the association, it is suggested to open evening colleges in 6 out of 12 fully funded colleges of Delhi Government.
In the suggestion given to the Delhi government, the DUTA said that there will not be much need for resources on the opening of these new colleges. Nor will there be much financial burden on the government. Also, your promise to the people of Delhi to open new colleges will be fulfilled. It can also provide relief to the students of Delhi schools to get admission in colleges in Delhi.
In the proposal sent to the Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister, the 6 new colleges in which it is proposed to open new evening colleges will cover every area of Delhi state. Among these colleges are Bhimrao Ambedkar College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Acharya Narendra Dev College, Deendayal Upadhyay College, Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science, and Keshav College.
The DUTA mentioned that from the upcoming academic session 2021-22, the Delhi government can fulfill the commitment of opening new colleges by passing this resolution in the Vidhan Sabha. Delhi government will not have to bear any additional financial burden on opening these colleges. ”
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Professor Hansraj Suman, in-charge of the Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) and former Academic Council Member said, “The Delhi government has not opened any new colleges for the last two decades. The population of Delhi is increasing, every year the number of students in Delhi’s schools is increasing continuously. Every year, 2.5 lakh students are coming out of these schools by clearing the 12th. ”
He has said that the priority of the students of Delhi is admission to Delhi University, but there are a total of 75 thousand seats in regular colleges. Apart from this, there are about 15 thousand seats in Delhi’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board. Students then have the option of Open Learning (SOL).