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DUTA Strike and The Plight Of Unpaid Teachers

The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) had announced a 3-day strike against the state government on Wednesday the 16th. The issue with which they kicked-off the strike was the alleged non-payment of...

Sisodia Claims Audit Shows Misappropriation of Funds by Four DU Colleges

Delhi University has come under the panel of discussion again for improper payment of salaries to their staff. The Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, had ordered a special audit to...

Delhi University Defers The Discussion On IoE Status Granted Last September

In September 2019, the HRD had granted the status of "Institute of eminence" (IOE) to the Delhi University, Banaras Hindu University, University of Hyderabad, IIT-Madrasand IIT-Kharagpur. The government will provide funding of up...

DUTA Strike Continues,Alleges University Called Police To Prevent Them From Campaigning

The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) claimed that police was called by the university to prevent them from campaigning, as to gather support for boycott. Even two professors have begun a sit-in...

DUTA Demands Urgent Permanent Appointment Of Teachers In The University

Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) has been very much in limelight recently.The Association whose pivotal role is safeguarding the rights of the Delhi University's Teachers have taken over the roads with certain...
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DUTA Strike and The Plight Of Unpaid Teachers

The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) had announced a 3-day strike against the state government on Wednesday the 16th. The issue with which they...

Delhi Govt. Released Funds Worth ₹32.1 Crore to 6 DU Colleges

The Delhi Government on Tuesday, 22 September 2020 released funds worth ₹32.1 crores for salaries of employees working in six government-funded colleges of Delhi...