Teachers and students of Daulat Ram College of Delhi University on Saturday staged a protest against the Governing Body chairperson, alleging that she was “interfering” in routine functioning.
Suneeta Sudarshan, the chairperson of the body, has refuted the allegations and accused college principal Savita Roy of not doing any work despite the Governing Body (GB) sanctioning grants for various works.
The college staff association has alleged that Sudarshan is “interfering” in routine functioning of the college and is allegedly not allowing any work to be done despite the college building being in a very bad condition.
Roy, however, said that GB chairperson is allegedly “not cooperating” to do any work for improvement in college. She said that for instance, she wants to improve the infrastructure but some papers are not available and GB is not providing those papers. “The chairperson is only interested in appointing her people as staff,” she further said.
However, Sudarshan rubbished the allegations and maintained that the Governing Body has sanctioned grants for every work. Teachers of the college said they will also continue their protest against the GB chairperson on Monday as well.
Daulat Ram College of Delhi University is a premier educational institution for woman in Delhi founded in 1960 by an educationist Shri Daulat Ram Gupta.