DU teachers, students and non-teaching staff hold protest
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Protesting against the slew of changes being introduced in Delhi University, students, teachers and non-teaching staff held a demonstration outside the Vice-Chancellor's office on Wednesday.
Asking for a dialogue on a range of issues, members of Delhi University Teachers' Association have been on an indefinite relay hunger strike since October 20. The demands related to changes in the examination system such as doing away with re-evaluation of answerscripts, special chance for former students to take up exams and student's details being mentioned on answerscripts.
Other issues include the proposed four-year undergraduate course and vacant posts at DU.
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