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Dyal Singh College teachers fiercely oppose GB chairman's term extension


Press Trust of India New Delhi
The teachers' association of Dyal Singh College has threatened to go on strike if the tenure of the governing body chairman Amitabh Sinha is extended beyond November 4.
In a statement here, Dyal Singh College Teachers' Association said Sinha has damaged the institution (Dyal Singh College) through his biased attitude against the morning college.
"He has, on many occasions, resorted to the use of 'bouncers' and (other forms of) muscle power... and behaved in the most dictatorial manner, showing no concern for the college or its stakeholders," the statement said.
In a meeting held on Monday, the teachers' association said they would go on strike from November 5, if Sinha's tenure continued after November 4, which is when his term is supposed to end.
The governing body of the college had last month sent principal IS Bakshi on leave and initiated a probe against him for alleged financial and administrative irregularities.
Last week, the body had also sealed Bakshi's office.

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First Published: Oct 30 2018 | 12:30 AM IST

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