DTF on Delhi Govt Education Budget, 9.3.2021


The Delhi Government is not only mirroring the aggressive narrow nationalism of the Central Government, it is also fully committed to put into place the Central Government’s New Educational Policy 2020 (NEP) that seeks to privatise the education sector, and substitute dubious online education in place of formal education at the school level too.

Manish Sisodia competing with Nirmala Sitharaman in promoting sainik school in his “deshbhakti” budget exposes AAP’s hidden ideological position.

The Delhi Government is seeking changes in the DU Act, with a clear motive of taking over DU colleges funded by it. The NEP 2020 anyway stipulates changing all acts pertaining to universities through an overarching legislation necessary for handing over every Higher Educational Institution to a nominated Board of Governors (BoG) where the academia will have no say but will be governed by these BoGs. That the BoGs are tasked with resource efficiency in doing business too is part of the NEP.

Why then, is the Delhi Government in a hurry to get the DU Act changed? Is it to get a slice of the cake where it will have a greater say in forming the BoGs of these institutions? There does not seem to be any other reasons when the NEP itself is to soon dismember colleges from Delhi University.

Its proposal to set up an online school for students anywhere in the country is a mere implementation of the NEP that empowers business in education at all levels. The Central Government itself has provided an online platform called NEAT2.0 for private edu-tech companies to do business in education entitling them to sell 75% of seats for revenue with 25% reservation for the poor. The Delhi Government, too wants a pie of this business for its revenue or for the revenue of private partners it may rope in.

The DTF calls upon teachers, students and concerned citizens to raise their voice against the Delhi Government’s anti-education thrust and the dire consequences for education as NEP gets rolled out.

𝐍𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐭𝐚 𝐍𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐢𝐧, 𝐏𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐭A𝐛𝐡𝐚 𝐃𝐞𝐯 𝐇𝐚𝐛𝐢𝐛, 𝐒𝐞𝐜𝐫𝐞𝐭𝐚𝐫𝐲

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– बर्तोल्त ब्रेख्त

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NEP 2020: A short presentation in 15 slides.

Oppose National Education Policy 2020

Elect Deo Kumar (B. No. 2) to the Executive Council

Elect Biswajit Mohanty (B.No. 4), Mithuraaj Dhusiya (B.NO. 9), & Rajesh Kumar (B.No. 14) to the Academic Council

No to Transforming Public HEIs to business units & creation of a common education market to facilitate private business.

Vote DTF to Resist NEP

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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

Press Release, 24.12.2010

Teachers re-assert the resolve to challenge Government Policy

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Press Release, 20.2.2010

While addressing principals of private schools yesterday, Mr. Kapil Sibal has reiterated his love for everything “private” in education in line with his statements earlier while enunciating his 100 days action target that there was nothing wrong in making profit in education. Continue reading

Press Release, 18.12.2009

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