DUTA to discuss moves to create institute of eminence and board of governors within DU

The 'eminence' tag is being used to dismantle the university when the government money should have benefited the entire university and improved its infrastructure, the teachers association said

DUTA protests against AAP govt over stoppage of funds to 28 colleges

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that the university has to be "transparent and accountable to Delhi government if it needs money from it".


Delhi University UG syllabus revision: No consensus on LOCF

Since the recommendations are based on regulations framed by UGC and other authorities, the committee reportedly said that making changes in the framework is not under its purview. DUTA has decided to approach the HRD Ministry and UGC itself.

Delhi University’s teachers’ body withdraws strike

The DUTA will continue to pursue its demands through intense struggle and campaign against anti-education policies and assault on teachers by the government and the DU VC, the body said

Delhi University's teachers' body to continue strike till March 8

Teachers also supported the call for 'Bharat Bandh' on March 5 to mark a year since the letter striking down the 200-point reservation roster taking university/ college as a unit.

DUTA march against UGC policies

The teachers were detained at Parliament Street and Mandir Marg police stations. Their demands included restoring the 200-point roster, absorption of ad hoc and temporary teachers, and implementation of the reservation system.


DUTA seeks Kejriwal's support for resolution of roster issue, regularisation of teachers

The DUTA said the central government has responded neither to their plea to bring in a legally sound provision for regularisation or absorption of temporary and ad hoc teachers nor to bring about a just resolution to the issue of the reservation roster through an ordinance.

DUTA writes to VC, threatens 'actions' if academic council meet not held within a week

The inordinate delay in appointments and the unwillingness to take steps for the regularisation or absorption of teachers through permanent appointments is affecting the lives of thousands of young teachers whose future seems bleak and uncertain, DUTA added in its letter to the vice chancellor.

Under fire from teachers, HRD won’t bring Essential Services Maintenance Act in DU

The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) and all independent teacher organisations had opposed bringing DUTA under the ambit of ESMA.

Delhi: Teachers’ body slams HRD for trying to ‘arm-twist’ DU

The DUTA also said the MoU “pushes the task of expansion of student intake explicitly to the existing universities which would require more teachers, non-teaching staff and physical infrastructure."