The implementation of the National Education Policy, the four-year UG program and the merger of the College of Arts with the state-run Ambedkar University will be discussed during the executive council meeting of Delhi University (DU) to be held on Tuesday. The implementation of the National Education Policy from 2022-23 and the four-year undergraduate program was approved by the Standing Committee on Academic Affairs and the Academic Council last week. These will be discussed in the meeting on Tuesday and they are likely to be approved.
Art to college AUD Will be merged with Delhi
The Executive Council (EC) is the highest decision-making body of the University. In the EC meeting, the proposals approved by the Academic Council and some other matters, which were pending from the earlier meetings, will be discussed. The Delhi Cabinet had in March decided to merge the College of Arts affiliated to Delhi University with Ambedkar University, Delhi (AUD). The university had said that it would set up facilitation centers at Roshanpura in Najafgarh and Bhati Kalan in Fatehpur Beri on the land given by the Delhi government. The university also plans to set up a college at Fatehpur Beri, for which the names of Sushma Swaraj, the first woman chief minister of Delhi, Swami Vivekananda, Veer Savarkar and Sardar Patel were proposed.
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In a meeting held on Tuesday last week, the Academic Council had put forward five more names, including DU alumnus Arun Jaitley and former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. However, the Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) will hold an online protest on Tuesday against the implementation of the National Education Policy. DUTA issued a statement saying, “It is very unfortunate that this major restructuring was not allowed to be discussed in the Academic Council meeting on August 24. The introduction of a four-year undergraduate program would reduce the importance of degrees and students There will be instability in the distribution of works.
DUTA said, “Any restructuring in the graduate program will result in job cuts which is unacceptable. Students and teachers have been facing troubles for the past decade as a result of hasty implementation of one ‘reform’ after another.” .
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