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DU teachers to call off evaluation boycott of UG exams

DU teachers to call off evaluation boycott of UG exams

Delhi University teachers have decided to call off the boycott of evaluation of undergraduate exams.

DUTA writes to Prakash Javadekar over shortage of teachers

DUTA have been boycotting the admission and evaluation process at the university in protest against the new UGC norms to ascertain their academic performance.

Sexual harassment row: DUTA slams Thampu's clean chit to professor

The Delhi University Teachers' Association on Friday protested outside St Stephen's college over a series of Facebook posts by its principal Valson Thampu in which he gave a clean chit to a professor accused of sexually harassing a research scholar.

Delhi High HC restrains DU from taking any action against DUTA president

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday restrained Delhi University from taking any action against DUTA president.

Selection panel row: DUTA accuses VC of misleading HRD Ministry

Delhi University teachers on Thursday accused Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh of misleading the HRD Ministry regarding the selection panel for his successor, even as the outgoing VC maintained that he will not stay in office a day beyond his tenure.

Nandita Narain re-elected as DUTA president

Left-affiliated Democratic Teachers' Front (DTF) candidate Nandita Narain was re-elected as the president of Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) here on Friday.

Denied leave, St Stephen's professor warns VC of legal action

Alleging "victimisation" and "harassment", St Stephen's College professor Nandita Narain, who is seeking re-election as Delhi University Teachers' Association president, has threatened legal action against principal Valson Thampu if she is not grated leave for campaigning.

DU VC defying government order on appointments, alleges DUTA

 The Delhi University's Teachers Association (DUTA) on Wednesday accused Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh of defying government order regarding the freeze on appointments three months before his tenure ends.

DUTA demands rollback of Choice Based Credit System

Even as the HRD ministry has called a crucial meeting of VCs on July 7 to discuss implementation of the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), Delhi University's Teachers Association (DUTA) yet again demanded the rollback of the programme.

HRD ministry calls crucial meeting of VCs on July 7

The HRD ministry has called a crucial meeting of the Vice Chancellors of all central universities on July 7 to discuss the roll out of the contentious Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from the ensuing academic session.

Stephen's molestation row: Had offered girl to change guide, says principal Valson Thampu

Stephen's molestation row: Had offered girl to change guide, says principal Valson Thampu

Countering charges that he tried shielding a teacher accused of molesting a PhD student, St Stephen's college principal Valson Thampu on Sunday claimed he had offered the girl to change the guide but she had "refused" to accept the suggestion.

Centre's decision 'final' over IIMs, proposes HRD

The HRD ministry has sought vast powers over IIMs in its draft bill on their functioning, a move that is unlikely to go down well with academicians and others concerned with the autonomy of these prestigious institutes.

Action still pending against VC: DUTA reminds President

 The Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) on Tuesday brought to the notice of President Pranab Mukherjee the alleged delay in taking action against Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh after he was issued a show-cause by the HRD Ministry.

DUTA protests outside HRD Ministry over non payment of pension

Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) on Friday protested outside HRD ministry against the non-payment of pension to the retired teaching and non-teaching employees of the varsity for last nine months.

Alumni can't interfere in college matters: St Stephen's

St. Stephen's College's Supreme Council on Monday passed a resolution stating that its alumni have not right to interfere in its internal matters even as a group of former students alleged "rampant illegalities" in the functioning of the college and sought the HRD Ministry's intervention.

Hindu college takes action against 7 teachers, DUTA condemns

Hindu college has penalised seven teachers for allegedly "defaming" the institution by writing to Lieutenant Governor about illegal construction on the campus, inviting strong criticism from the Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA).

DUTA alleges violation of norms by college for appointing principal

DUTA alleges violation of norms by college for appointing principal

The Delhi University teachers' body on Monday accused the varsity's Aryabhatta College of violating rules set by UGC as it seeks to fill the post of its principal.

DUTA accuses School of Open Learning of flouting rules

Delhi University Teacher's Association (DUTA) on Tuesday alleged violation of rules in the conduct of personal contact programmes by the varsity's School of Open Learning.

DUTA slams DU compulsory attendance order for Oct 2

 The teachers' body of Delhi University has reacted sharply to the varsity administration's directions for ensuring compulsory attendance on Oct. 2 for the launch of the government's Swach Bharat Abhiyan.

Delhi University up by 20 ranks in QS World University Rankings

Delhi University up by 20 ranks in QS World University Rankings

Delhi University has moved up by 20 ranks in the QS World University Rankings compared to previous year's rank and has been placed on top amongst the Indian universities other than five IITs.