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Hindustan Times

Teacher strike off partially, FYUP scripts to be checked

NEW DELHI: In response to the UGC's rollback of the revised workload norms for teachers, Delhi University Teachers' Association "partially" called off the evaluation boycott on Wednesday. In a decision that will bring relief to thousands of final ...
 Times of India1 week ago Was Delhi University fiasco avoidable?  Day After India1 month ago DU: Teachers call off evaluation boycott  The Statesman1 week ago PTI - DU-TEACHERS - DU teachers end evaluation boycott for final year students  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

DUTA teachers to exempt third-year students from evaluation boycott

Up in arms:DU teachers are demanding a rollback of the academic performance indicator-based promotion scheme.File Photo The Delhi University (DU) teachers who have been boycotting the evaluation process for undergraduate exams on Thursday ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Enough is enough, the UGC must back down

New Delhi, June 17 -- I have been a teacher at a Delhi University (DU) college for the past 15 years. In this period, we have been subjected to an unprecedented number of changes in the course structure, curriculum, and grading mechanisms, and each ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago Here's why DU teachers are not evaluating answer papers since May 24  Hindustan Times1 week ago

ABVP delegation meets V-C

A delegation of students from the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), which leads the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU), met Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to demand resuming of evaluation work. Many teachers have been boycotting ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Times of India

DUTA writes to strike a chord with students

New Delhi: On the 21st day of the evaluation boycott in Delhi University, DU Teachers' Association president Nandita Narain has written an open letter to students explaining why teachers are not checking papers. Narain wrote that teachers wouldn't ...
 Times of India1 week ago DUTA president explains ill-effects of new UGC regulations to students  Times of India1 week ago
New Indian Express

Two Years On, MHRD's Report Card

An activist and an academic pore over policy decisions and point out where the Smriti Irani-led MHRD Ministry can improve Narayanan Natarajan Spokesperson of Loksatta Party, Tamil Nadu. He works in the education sector and is interested in ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

New Scaffoldings of Struggle at DU

The machinations in higher education are no longer those of one or two whimsical individuals: this is an amorphous, menacing force, reducing institutions to rubble. A new gazette has unfurled itself on college staffroom notice boards, a sign of ...
 HardNews Magazine3 weeks ago

Centre scraps 5-yr management programmes

Reversing another decision made during the UPA regime, the Centre has scrapped five-year integrated dual degree programme in Management, directing all B-schools not to admit fresh students. The decision has been taken recently by the All India Council for ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Irani may be chief guest at DU foundation day

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, April 23 -- Union human resource minister Smriti Irani is likely to be the chief guest at Delhi University's foundation day to be held on May 1. A ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago
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