Delhi University to redraft guidelines for ad-hoc appointments
The varsity had sent a communication to all colleges and departments last week informing them about a centralised online application process for ad-hoc appointments.
New Delhi: Following protests from teachers against new rules announced by Delhi University for ad-hoc appointments, the varsity has now decided to redraft the guidelines.
The varsity had sent a communication to all colleges and departments last week informing them about a centralised
online application process for ad-hoc appointments.
Colleges were further asked to prepare a panel of eligible candidates from the applications and schedule the
However, so far colleges and departments used to independently conduct the recruitments of ad-hocs and the
varsity had no interference in it.
The letter irked the Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) members who termed it to be a violation of
university norms as the new rules were not placed before the Executive Council for its approval.
Following protests from the teachers, the university authorities decided to redraft the guidelines and instructed
the colleges to continue with previous norms till the process was over.
"The deliberations on streamlining the process of ad-hoc appointments are in process and will be finalised after due process of consultation and discussion before the statutory bodies of the university," a new letter sent to colleges read.
"Until the revised guidelines come into effect following the due process, you are requested to conduct the ad-hoc
appointments as per the guidelines existing since 2007," it added.
RBSE starts registrations for Class 8 Board exams at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in; check details here
All schools, which are affiliated with the RBSE, have to register their Class 8 students for board exams on the official website of the board - https://rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in/
Previously, the exam was scheduled to be held on 16 January this year, but later got postponed
According to the official notice, all exams will be held in a single shift from 10:15 am to 1:30 pm and candidates will be given 15 minutes to reading their question papers