DUTA at Delhi University Colleges

The DUTA has urged directors of DU colleges to organize the theoretical one-day break granted to ad hoc teachers after the end of their mandate so that they do not have to suffer a loss of salary after their reinstatement. As per Delhi University (DU) rules, an ad hoc appointment is made for a maximum of four months. If the requirement persists beyond four months, a college may maintain the teacher’s service after granting him a notional break of one day.

“It has been brought to the attention of the Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) that if the four month tenure (120 days) of some teachers working on an ad hoc basis comes to an end on the same day, this may result in a longer break than the theoretical break of one day, so in such cases teachers have to lose more than one day’s pay,” DUTA said in Friday’s letter. the DUTA has suggested that colleges grant the nominal break the day before the 120 days are completed and allow their reinstatement shortly after the break.

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The university currently has over 4,200 ad hoc teachers in 66 colleges. Delhi University last month ordered its colleges to continue existing ad-hoc faculty services on standard terms “for now” in the 2022-23 academic session until regular appointments are made.

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