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NEW DELHI: The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) on Monday criticised the varsity for not giving faculties and academics “adequate time for preparation” on the primary day of restricted reopening of schools.
The Delhi University issued a notification on January 29 to the varsity employees and instructed them to “attend to their workplace” from Monday, which the academics’ affiliation termed as “mindless” and demanded its “immediate withdrawal”.
It had additionally introduced that it’ll enable closing 12 months college students for sensible lessons in any respect its faculties.
“Today, teachers turned up at the workplace to find that they had to struggle to find an appropriate space from where they could teach. The internet collapsed in many colleges and teachers were found roaming around with their portable devices or laptops to be able to meet their online classes,” DUTA president Rajib Ray alleged in a press release.
The Delhi University allowed closing 12 months college students, who want to make use of faculty amenities for his or her practicals, to return to campuses, whereas making employees’s presence necessary from Monday.
The DUTA claimed that it had pointed it out to the vice-chancellor that the order “was bound to create chaos and confusion”.
“No proper mechanism had been put in place to ensure no disruption to the teaching learning process before issuance of the order. It was clear that all teaching had to be conducted in the digital mode, hence, expecting teachers to be at home to take classes and in the college to mark their attendance was ridiculous,” it alleged.
“The DUTA takes strong exception to this mindless order and demands its immediate withdrawal so that precious teaching time is not wasted and classes remain unmet,” the DUTA added.

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