Delhi University teachers to continue evaluation boycott,students worried

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The Delhi University teachers have decided to continue the evaluation boycutt on Friday.Teachers have been boycotting the evaluation process since 24th May 2016 against the guidelines of  University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines on the new working conditions.The protest now is against the Academic Performance Indicator which decides the promotion level.The teachers boycotted the admission process in the beginning as well,however it was decided to end the admission process boycott last week.

The further delay in evaluation has added to the apprehensions concerning the results of the first and second year students.The academic session of the university is to start from 20th July 2016.However,students are clueless about their promotional status.University Officials said the provision of conditional promotion is not in place.According to reliable sources,the Vice Chancellor had earlier called for the meeting with principals to convince the teachers.

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However, the boycott hasn’t noticed an end and the issue has become more complicated.The teachers said the students can be promoted since in the DU colleges the failure rate is meagre. Meanwhile, Delhi Teachers University Association (DUTA)has written to the new HRD Minister Mr. Prakash Javadekar elucidating their sets of demand and concerns against the new API system.

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