Teachers' group asks the CM to disburse funding for the 12 DU colleges that the Delhi government has financed.

Delhi Teachers Association (DTA) urges Delhi government to release grants from 12 Delhi University colleges . Teachers in some colleges havent received their wages for two months .

New Delhi, June 29: On Wednesday, the Delhi Teachers Association (DTA), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), urged Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to immediately release the grants from the city's 12 Delhi University (DU) colleges.In a statement, DTA president Hansraj Suman said that a delegation of 12 colleges met with him and said thousands of academic and non-teaching employees are not receiving their salaries on schedule and thus facing a financial crisis.Teachers in some colleges haven't received their wages for two months.Suman has informed the teachers that months have passed since they were promoted, and that they haven't paid their dues to date.

Congratulations!You have successfully cast your voteLogin to view result Suman said that not only the salary payment has been affected by the non-release of grants, but also medical bills, retirement benefits, and other research expenses have been levied in these colleges.He demanded that the Delhi government's arrears for the training of the teachers be released soon.The DTA has urged the chief minister and the deputy chief minister to assist the Delhi government in funding the 12 fully funded colleges without further delay, so that the salaries and other dues are paid to the teachers and staff in this difficult and stressing period.Last week, the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (DDUC) teaching and non-teaching staff held a sit-in protest to demand that salaries be paid for the past two months.

The DUTA had issued a release on June 17 advising that the university should consider taking over the 12 faculties funded by the Delhi government.Because of the government's inability to give the salaries and other dues of the teachers and workers, the institute had urged them to attend to their needs.