The future of the 12 universities that the Delhi government fully finances remains questionable. The UGC is urged to take over the colleges because of the delay in payment and other irregularities. This is not all, the 28 colleges ended this month’s period in the governing council. But the governing body did not even offer the names of the members even after the last date was passed. Once again, university academics talk to the administration in Delhi. Grants to twelve colleges, which are financed by the government, are delayed. Teachers think the subsidy is not enough. Now the UGC is being intervened and the kids and teachers are being given justice.
Colleges whose application for the takeover was submitted by UGC include Bhimrao Ambedkar College, DeenDayal Upadhyaya College, Maharishi Valmiki College, Indira Gandhi Sports College, Sister Nivedita, Bhaskaracharya College, and Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Delhi.
Rajib Ray, President of DUTA, said the UGC had raised the problem of all 12 colleges. The remuneration of teachers at these colleges is undergoing a persistent issue. The Delhi government finances all of these 12 colleges by up to 100%. Now there has been a request that all 12 colleges be taken over by the UGC. The Delhi University Teachers’ Union has formally brought this request to the UGC, Ray added.
In this respect, according to Ray, the authorities of DUTA met with UGC officials. The meeting was also attended by UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain and Financial Advice P.K. Thakur. These 12 colleges alone are not restricted to the problem. On 13 September, Delhi finished the term of the governing authority of the 28 Colleges financed by the government. The name of the members of the governing board has not been ended by the administration in Delhi.
The Chair Hansraj Suman, Teachers’ Association (DTA) said that if the names of the members are received immediately, an extension for three months should be granted to the Governing Authority, under specific circumstances. The President of the Teachers’ Association (CHA).
The leading body of 28 colleges, he said, will attempt to fill backlog positions if an extension does not occur. The administration should thus write to the vice-chairman of DU to extend the governing body to the state. The 28 colleges financed by the Delhi administration came to a close on September 13. The government agency. The process of establishing the governing body should be commenced, according to Rule 18 of the University, three months prior to the end of the governing body.
The government of Delhi is financing twelve schools with a 100% donation, while the rest of these are providing the state government with a 5% grant.
National Herald India