By - 22 April 2020
22 April 2020
The Delhi University (DU) has sent a letter to colleges seeking details of the online classes being conducted by teachers. The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) said teachers will not fill the form as it feels that the feedback could be used to draw a conclusion in favour of online exams.
The HRD Ministry had sought details of the online classes being conducted in central universities, following which the DU sent the letter to its colleges on Monday, seeking details of the number of online classes taken, a move opposed by teachers. The DUTA has written to the vice-chancellor (VC), urging him to withdraw the letter.
“We express our utter dismay at the approach taken by the university in the face of the pandemic with respect to conduct of online classes and the forthcoming semester examinations,” the association wrote to the VC.