More than 4,200 ad hoc teachers employed in Delhi’s university colleges: government
A total of 4,267 ad hoc teachers are employed in various colleges of Delhi University, Union Minister of State for Education Subhas Sarkar said on Wednesday. Sarkar gave the information in response to a written question to Rajya Sabha.
According to statistics shared by Sarkar, the maximum number of ad hoc teachers are found at Ramjas College (137), followed by Sri Venkateswara College (131), Deshbandhu College (127) and Kalindi College for Women (120).
“The appointment of the teaching staff in the various colleges and institutions is made by the board of directors of the colleges on the recommendation of the selection committee provided for by the ordinance XVIII of the university in accordance with the eligibility criteria fixed by the commission scholarships (Regulations on minimum qualifications for the appointment of teachers and other academic staff to universities and colleges and other measures for the maintenance of standards in higher education), 2018,” said Sarkar.
“The 2018 UGC regulations make no provision for the regularization of temporary and ad hoc teacher services on a permanent basis through a one-time absorption,” he added.
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