DU professor to VC: Grant paid maternity leave to ad-hoc teachers

“Thousands of ad-hoc teachers have been suffering on account of ‘no-maternity-policy’ for non-permanent female employees. Many careers have been jeopardised because of this policy," said DU executive council member Rajesh Jha


An executive council member of the Delhi University (DU) has written to the varsity’s vice-chancellor, Yogesh Tyagi, urging him to extend the benefits of paid maternity leave to ad-hoc and contractual teachers. Executive council (EC) member and professor Rajesh Jha wrote to the DU VC after receiving a letter from the chairman of governing body of Aditi Mahavidyalaya.

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