During the discussion it was felt strongly that as per service agreement of teachers and the executive council resolutions of 2003 and 2014.
New Delhi: The Delhi University on Friday appealed to its teachers to end their evaluation boycott in the larger interest of the career of students.
Reacting to the development, the Delhi University Teachers’ Association said in a statement that instead of reminding teachers of their duties, the DU administration should enter into a genuine dialogue and take concrete, visible steps and give assurance towards resolution of issues which can be resolved at the university level.
The Duta had begun the evaluation boycott from May 9. The university said that a meeting was held with the deans of the various faculties of the university and with principals of the colleges to discuss the issues of boycott of the evaluation of the answer scripts of the examinations held during May-June 2018.
A serious concern was expressed that if this boycott continues, it will cause "inordinate delay" in declaration of the results and may thus hamper the career of thousands of students, said the varsityt.
During the discussion it was felt strongly that as per service agreement of teachers and the executive council resolutions of 2003 and 2014, it is their mandatory duty to participate actively in the examination/evaluation process, it added.