Ten organizations unite against BJP-backed outfit in polls conducted by DU teachers’ association, according to Delhi News.

Ten organizations unite against BJP-backed outfit

About ten teacher organizations have teamed up to compete against the National Democratic Teachers Front (NDTF), which is supported by the Bharatiya Janata Party, in the upcoming Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) elections.

On September 27, the DUTA elections are expected to take place.

Aditya Narayan Misra has been proposed as the Democratic Teachers Union Alliance’s joint candidate for DUTA president, while Dr. AK Bhagi has been proposed as the NDTF’s presidential candidate.

Our goal, according to Bhagi, a professor at Dyal Singh College for more than 20 years, is “regularization of ad-hoc professors, promotion of teachers, and beyond this, regular grants to the 12 Delhi government-funded colleges.”

Bhaghi added that the NDTF forced the institution to regularize the permanent hiring of teaching staff when it was in charge of DUTA.

Liberty Sale

“I have been a part of Delhi University my entire life,” said Misra, a three-time president of DUTA. I know how it feels because I was fired from being an ad-hoc teacher. I understand the suffering of those who were evicted. He claimed that one of their top priorities for this academic session is to regularize ad-hoc teachers.

Since 1986, Misra has been a political science instructor at DU.

Ten organizations, including the Common Teachers’ Front (CTF), Delhi Teachers’ Initiative (DTI), and Independent Teachers’ Front for Social Justice (ITF-SJ). Samajwadi Shikshak Manch (SSM), Voice of DU Adhocs. AADTA, and a number of teachers, have joined forces to establish the coalition.

In a statement released on Friday, the alliance alleged that the departing (current). DUTA committee had worked closely to advance anti-teacher and anti-academic measures. Also, it has hampered the efforts of larger teacher unions like FEDCUTA. Which are campaigning against privatization and in favor of the reinstatement of the previous pension plan.

This year’s DUTA elections are taking place against the backdrop of an existential crisis affecting. Delhi University’s public character as well as public higher education across the nation. The NEP 2020 has been the focal point of a number of policy-driven initiatives aimed at undermining public higher education, it continued.

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They also emphasized the problems with opposing the category 1 graded autonomy status for. DU because it would allow the development of new academic programs, centers, skill training programs, research parks, etc., which. Would result in university hiring on a self-financing basis.

According to an official statement, on Friday, Finance Minister Atishi. Who also oversees education, conveyed her concern over the non-release of Rs 100 crore to the 12 fully-funded DU institutions run by the Delhi government.

About ten teacher organizations have teamed up to compete against the National Democratic Teachers Front (NDTF), which is supported by the. Bharatiya Janata Party, in the upcoming Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) elections. On September 27, the DUTA elections are expected to take place.

Alliance suggests DUTA President candidates


Aditya Narayan Misra has been named as the Democratic Teachers Union alliance’s joint candidate for DUTA president. Dr. AK Bhagi has been named as the NDTF’s presidential candidate.

encouraging the regularization of temporary teachers
Dr. AK Bhagi, a candidate for the NDTF, indicated that their goal is to promote instructors, regularize ad-hoc teachers. And offer regular grants to the 12 institutions in Delhi that are finance by the government. During its time at DUTA, the NDTF advocated for the regularization of permanent employment for teaching staff.

The plans of Aditya Narayan Misra
The regularization of ad-hoc teachers was highlighte by Aditya Narayan Misra. The joint candidate for the Democratic Teachers Union alliance, as one of their primary agenda items for the academic session. Since 1986, Misra has been a political science instructor at DU.

A Coalition of 10 Organizations
Ten organizations—including DTF, AADTA, INTEC, Common Teachers’ Front (CTF), Delhi Teachers’ Initiative (DTI). Independent Teachers’ Front for Social Justice (ITF-SJ), Samajwadi Shikshak Manch (SSM), Voice of DU Adhocs, AADTA. And several teachers—have joined forces to challenge the NDTF in the DUTA elections.

Ten organizations unite against BJP-backed outfit

Alliance-Highlighted Problems
The alliance has expresse concer over Delhi University being graded. Autonomy category 1 status because it enables the institution to establish new academic programs. Centers, skill training programs, and research parks, which may result in employment on a self-financing basis.

Crisis of Existence and Policy-Driven Efforts
This year’s DUTA elections take place as Delhi University. And the nation’s public higher education system are going through an existential crisis. According to the partnership, efforts to weaken public higher education have been motivate by policy. And have been particularly focuse on the NEP 2020.

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