The Delhi government has said it has released Rs 12.06 crore to six Delhi University colleges fully funded by it.
In any case, the Delhi University Teachers” Association (DUTA) has been charging that the grants released to the 12 colleges completely financed by the state government have been lacking.
The Delhi government had delivered awards in help for paying pay rates in three portions (last portion for the budgetary year 2019-2020 towards compensations from January to March), and two for monetary year 2020-21.
On arrival of every one of these portions, it was brought to the notification of the Delhi government that the awards authorized were profoundly insufficient and insufficient to cover compensations for the said periods,” the DUTA had said.
It had additionally said that the schools have not gotten any award in-help for the period of June, July or August.
Be that as it may, as indicated by the information shared by the Delhi government, Rs 1.95 crore was delivered to Maharaja Agrasen College, Rs 2.70 crore to Acharya Narendra Dev College, Rs 1.49 crore to Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Rs 1.80 crore to Bhaskaracharya College, Rs 1.64 crore to Shahee Rajguru College and Rs 2.48 crore to BR Ambedkar College.
The Delhi University and the AAP allotment have been secured a tussle over the arrangement of overseeing bodies in 28 schools completely or mostly subsidized by the legislature.
In an announcement delivered a month ago, the varsity had said the administering assemblages of 12 colleges have been framed as per the DU rules.
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