DUTA

(redirected from Delhi University Teachers Association)
AcronymDefinition
DUTADelhi University Teachers Association
DUTADynamic Umbilical Termination Assembly (McNulty Offshore Construction Ltd.; UK)
DUTADansk Ungdom til Amerika (Norwegian: Danish Youth for America)
DUTADetached Urban Tactical Assault (gaming clan)
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Delhi University Teachers Association (Duta) president Nandita Narain who has spearheaded the campaign against FYUP, met the C after meeting Irani, said Singh was non- committal in rolling back FYUP.
Narain, president of Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA), has been critical of the college principal and DU administration.
But Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) slammed the university and alleged authorities of misappropriation of funds.
Slamming the announcement, Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA) said that the VC is attempting to bypass the due process of introducing any new changes to Academic Council and Executive Council.
Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA) on Monday said that they are against any such move as DU is a central university and the state cannot make changes in the reservation policies of colleges under a central university.
Welcoming the decision, the Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA) said it will continue to protest till the principal is not arrested.
Though teachers are bound by a Delhi High Court order to teach in semester mode, members of Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA) are reportedly unhappy that the new V- C, Dinesh Singh, is still meeting the department heads on the issue but not consulting teachers at large.
The implementation of no- work- no- pay does not create a conducive atmosphere for starting a dialogue with the teachers over the introduction of semester system," said Abha Dev Habib, a faculty member of Miranda House and a member of the Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA).
Consequently, the Delhi University Teachers Association ( DUTA) has refused to accept the semester system, ensuing the ongoing stand- off.