In many colleges of Delhi University, more than 50 percent teachers have been appointed as ad hoc. Now it is ready to make them permanent.
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Teachers teaching on ad hoc basis in colleges affiliated to Delhi University have received a big Diwali gift from the Delhi government. Funded by Delhi Govt. DU The process of permanent appointment of ad hoc teachers i.e. to make them permanent in affiliated colleges has started. An official gave this information. According to the information received, more than 5000 teachers will be appointed on a permanent basis. In this way, the long standing demand for permanent ad hoc teachers seems to be settled.
Recruitment is also being done for the post of Assistant Professor in Shivaji College, where a total of 101 posts are lying vacant. Interested candidates can apply online through the website of Delhi University till 7 November. There has been a demand for permanent appointment of teachers in the colleges of Delhi University for a long time. In many colleges of the university, more than 50 percent of the teachers have been appointed as ad hoc.
DTA had sent a proposal for permanent appointment
The Delhi Teachers Association (DTA) had sent a proposal to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. In this, a demand was made to convene a special assembly session to discuss the issue of permanent appointment of teachers in 28 colleges funded by the Delhi government.
The AAP government in Punjab has already issued a notification to regularize the work of teachers. In view of this, the teachers of Delhi have also demanded to adopt the formula of the Punjab government on the stabilization of jobs.
Colleges rely on 70 percent ad hoc teachers
According to the DTA, there are about 4,000 ‘temporary’ teachers and staff working in Delhi University’s 28 colleges for more than 10 years. In the 28 colleges funded by the Delhi government, the number of ad hoc teachers was 10 per cent in 2006-2007, whereas at present, these colleges have ad hoc teachers from 60 to 70 per cent.
Which are the Delhi government funded colleges?
Altogether 28 colleges including Motilal Nehru College, Satyavati College, Sri Aurobindo College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Swami Shraddhanand College, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, Vivekananda College, Laxmibai College, Kalindi College, Rajdhani College, Shivaji College, Maharaja Agrasen College, Delhi Government are funded by.
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