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Presentation & Documents Related to Promotions

The presentation attempts at putting together all useful documents relating to promotions in one place and suggesting best suited scheme for teachers as per various UGC and DU notifications. The presentation will be updated if any new clarification is issued by the UGC and/or University and when the UGC notifies the Anomaly Committee Report.

To download this presentation and related documents click on the titles of documents listed below:

PPT: “Options in Promotions” ( a compilation by DTF)

MPS 1998 / CAS 2000

Proforma MPS 1998
Proforma MPS 1998 (Microsoft Word Document)

CAS 2010; 2nd Amendment

DU Notification of 1.11.2013 (Ordinances adopted on 17.8.2013)
Proforma CAS 2010
Proforma CAS 2010 (Microsoft Word Document)
Detailed Guidelines to calculate API Scores
DU letter to Principal dated 9.6.2015

CAS 2010; 4th Amendment (implemented w.e.f 11.7.2016)

Detailed Guidelines to calculate API scores
Proforma CAS 2010; IVth Amendment
Proforma CAS 2010: IV Amendment (Microsoft Word Document)
DU letter to Principals dated 24.8.2017

CAS 2018

UGC Regulations 2018
Clause 6.3-6.4, UGC Regulation
DU Notification of 3.10.2019
Option Form
Proforma CAS 2018
Proforma CAS 2018 (Word Document)
Proforma Librarian CAS 2018

Important UGC/MHRD Notifications

Clarification dated 4.8.2015 regarding Readers appointed till 30.6.2010
Clarification dated 5.9.2018 regarding Leave Period
Public Notice dated 16.10.2018 regarding relaxation in OC and RC
Record of Discussion dated 5.12.2019
Letter dated 27.2.2020 regarding pending promotions and counting of past services

29 August DUTA Elections

Elect Rajib Ray as President!

Save Public Universities, DU and DUTA!

सरकार की गलत नीतियों के कारण हजारों की संख्या में नौकरियां खत्म हो चुकी हैं
और लगातार खत्म होना जारी है….
ऐसा दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय में ना हो …

नई शिक्षा नीति के दुष्प्रभावों से बचकर,
दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय के शिक्षक गरिमापूर्वक शिक्षण कर सकें,
प्रमोशन व पेंशन पा सकें, शासन- प्रशासन के समक्ष आत्मसम्मान से खड़े होकर
अपने अधिकारों के लिए संघर्ष कर सकें।

इसके लिए मजबूत और संगठित डूटा की आवश्यकता है।


Polling: Thursday 29 August 2019, 10 am – 5 pm, Arts Faculty


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नई शिक्षा नीति का विरोध करें

सार्वजनिक शिक्षा पर हमला

DU और DUTA के अस्तित्व पर हमला

राजीब रे को डूटा अध्यक्ष बनाएँ

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Oppose Draft New Education Policy

सार्वजनिक शिक्षा के बचाव में

For just service conditions
& social justice

Elect Rajib Ray as DUTA President

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DUTA movement against 30-70 funding formula

The DUTA, under the leadership of Rajib Ray, led an intense movement in 2018 against decrease in public funding towards implementation of 7 CPC. The 30-70 funding formula required institutions to generate 30% of the increased spending towards implementation of 7th CPC. This would have led to manifold increase in students’ fees.

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For just service conditions & social justice!

सार्वजनिक शिक्षा के बचाव में

Elect Rajib Ray
as DUTA President

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राजीब रे को डूटा अध्यक्ष बनाएँ

शिक्षा में सार्वजनिक निधि के इस्तेमाल और सामाजिक न्याय की मज़बूती के लिए किए जाने वाले संघर्षों में हमेशा आगे रहनेवाले शिक्षक संगठन डेमोक्रेटिक टीचर्स फ़्रंट (डीटीएफ) ने इस बार डूटा (DUTA) के अध्यक्ष पद के लिए फिर से वर्तमान डूटा और फ़ेडकूटा (FEDCUTA) के अध्यक्ष राजीब रे को खड़ा किया है। डीटीएफ ने डूटा कार्यकारिणी के लिए भी युवा जोश और अनुभव दोनों गुणों से संपन्न चार प्रतिबद्ध लोगों को खड़ा किया है।

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Elect Rajib Ray as DUTA President

The Democratic Teachers’ Front (DTF), a leading teachers’ organisation at the forefront of struggles for the strengthening of public-funded education and social justice, is fielding Rajib Ray, the current DUTA and FEDCUTA President Rajib Ray for a second term for the post of DUTA President. The DTF has also fielded a panel of four committed activists, a mix of experienced and youthful activism, for the elections to the DUTA Executive.

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DTF announces its panel for DUTA Elections 2019

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Reject opportunism and divisiveness! Elect Bhupinder Kumar Chaudhary to the EC!

Vote-DTF

हक़ की लड़ाई अंजाम तक!
Defend Public Universities

The assault on public education best described in Shri Javadekar’s words as the Government “striving to introduce a liberalized regime in the education sector” is a big step toward completing the task of the Narsimha Rao Government that ushered in the Liberalization-Privatisation-Globalization regime. This is the context in which teachers have to view the assault on their lives and livelihood and undermining of dialogue and engagement with the collective body of teachers.

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