On a surprising day in December, something really unfair happened at Delhi University. Imagine playing your favorite game, and suddenly, without any warning, the rules change. Well, that’s exactly what happened to 33 Ad-Hoc teachers at Delhi University. Let’s explore what went wrong and why it matters.
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You’re happily working as a teacher. Then you’re told to stop immediately. That’s what occurred to 33 Ad-Hoc teachers at Delhi University. It’s like being taken out of the game without knowing why. It can be really confusing and sad.
One teacher, Mr. Laxman Yadav, had been playing the teaching game for a whopping 14 years. Imagine playing your favorite game for so long, and suddenly someone else is playing in your spot. That’s what happened to Mr. Yadav. Someone with less experience and lower qualifications took his place, and it just doesn’t seem fair.
Complaining about the Referee
Mr. Yadav said the people deciding who stays and who goes, the ‘referees’ called the selection committee, weren’t being fair. It’s like playing a game, and the referees are picking their friends to play, not the best players. Everyone wants the referees to be fair and make sure the best players get a chance.
Changing the Game’s Colors
He also said that the game, which is like a university, is changing its colors. It is to be a place where everyone can talk and share ideas. But some want only their ideas to win, like painting the game in just one color. A game where only one color is allowed. That wouldn’t be fun, right?
Students Join the Game
Imagine you really liked playing a game with a teacher, and suddenly that teacher is gone. That’s what happened to the students at Delhi University. They didn’t like the rules changing, so they started protesting.
Teachers Hold a Press Conference
To tell everyone about the unfair game, the teachers’ group called DUTA held a big meeting, like a press conference. They wanted to tell everyone that this wasn’t the first time the game’s rules changed unfairly. They hope that by talking about it, the referees will notice and try to make the game better.
Making the Game Better
Mr. Yadav, even after being taken out of the game, wants to make the game better. He’s trying to get everyone to play fair and make the university a good place for everyone. It’s like saying, “Let’s make the game fun and fair for everyone, not just a few.” It’s important to work together to make sure everyone has a chance to enjoy the game.
In the end, the teachers, the students, and many others want the game at Delhi University to be fair. They want everyone to play and learn together, like a game where everyone has a chance to win. Hopefully, the referees will listen, and the game will become better for everyone. Let’s all hope for a fair and inclusive game at Delhi University!