Teachers should be regularized in DU before NEP: Prof. A K Bhagi

After the nomination of DU Teachers Union Election, on Friday, National Democratic Teachers Front (NDTF) President and DUTA Presidential candidate Prof. AK Bhagi said that there should be regularization of teachers in DU before the new education policy is implemented.

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New Delhi: The elections of the teachers union in Delhi University (DU) will be held on Friday. The nomination process for the executive committee including the president is over. After the nomination on Friday, National Democratic Teachers Front (NDTF) President and DUTA Presidential candidate Prof. AK Bhagi said that there should be regularization of teachers in DU before the new education policy is implemented. He said that regularization is the first priority of NDTF after promotion.


More than 5000 teachers were promoted within a year

Bhagi said that for the first time in Delhi University, more than 5000 teachers have been promoted within a year, and have also become professors at the college level. It was the result of the determination of the organization that even the Vice-Chancellor was removed due to inaction in the university.


The process of change in the university will continue

Prof. Bhagi said that this process of change in the university will continue. If the DUTA election is won, then regularization/adjustment of ad-hoc teachers will be the first priority, and efforts will be made if it is necessary to adopt options like bringing necessary ordinances for that. He also talked about working towards the creation of new posts for economically backward classes.


Pro. Bhagi said that the process of promotion in the university has made it clear that now party politics will not work. For teachers, whether it is the Delhi government or the central government, there will be dialogue at all levels and struggle will also be done if required. Referring to the contribution of DUTA in making the reputation of Delhi University world class, Prof. Bhagi said that now all the participants will work unitedly for the university.