"Teachers are being unduly harassed and denied their right to confirmation. While it was noted that some teachers have been given their confirmation letter, the DUTA reiterates its demand that there be no further delay in issue of confirmation letters and the harassment meted out to teachers by the administration in one garb or another stop," Nandita Narain, President of DUTA, said.
The association has called for - Pen Down Strike - and public meeting at the Arts Faculty Gate tomorrow between 11 am and 2 pm to demand the withdrawal of the retrospective application of API.
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