Ordinance XI, University appointed teachers

1.  Teachers appointed by the University shall be in the following grades, that is to say, Professors, Readers and Lecturers in so far as they take part in the teaching of the University and shall, except in the case of re-employed teachers, be paid salaries on such scales as the Executive Council may, from time to time, determine.

2. The conditions of service of teachers appointed by the University shall be those embodied in the Agreement of Service annexed hereto or, an Agreement substantially to like effect, and every teacher shall sign the Agreement before he enters upon his duties or as soon as possible thereafter.

3. A teacher shall be entitled to leave, leave salary, allowances, Provident Fund benefits, as prescribed in this behalf, by the University from time to time.

4. (1) Subject to the provisions of clauses 6, 7 and 8 of the Agreement of Service, a person appointed as a permanent teacher of the University shall be entitled to be in the service of the University until he completes the age of sixty two.

(2) The Executive Council may, on the recommendation of the Vice- Chancellor, re-employ any distinguished teacher after he/she has attained the age of sixty two years for a period not exceeding 3 years on the whole but not beyond his/her completing the age of 65 years if the Council is satisfied that the services of such teacher are required in the interest of the University.

(3) Subject to the Provisions of Sub-Clause (2), the terms and conditions of service of a re-employed teacher including his salary and other benefits admissible to him (except leave) will be in accordance with the rules prescribed by the Govt. of India from time to time.

5. No teacher shall ordinarily be appointed by the University on probation for a longer period than twelve months, but in no case it shall exceed two years.

6. A teacher may, wherever and whenever necessary, be required to participate in the teaching of Day as well as Night Classes. Provided that the provision of this clause will not be applicable to teachers appointed before this clause came into force.

7. Retired Teacher attached with the University under the University Grants Commission’s scheme of Utilization of Services of Retired Teachers, Pool-Officers of C.S.I.R. and Research Associates/Fellows and such other categories of persons, may from time to time be assigned by the Vice-Chancellor, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department concerned, to participate in teaching as casual teachers. All such teaching will be deemed to be recognised teaching under the control of the Academic Council.

8. (1)  All posts of teachers shall be filled after advertisement and by open recruitment save in cases specified in the second proviso to clause

2(i) of Statute 6 or in respect of posts appointment to which may be required to be made urgently in the interest of organisation of teaching in the departments concerned for a period not exceeding one year.

Provided that the University may appoint Professor and Readers under the Merit Promotion Schemes as accepted by the Executive Council in accordance wth the eligibility conditions under the relevant scheme.

Provided further that the University may also promote Lecturers to Lecturers in Senior Scale/Lecturers in Reader’s Grade (Selection Grade) under the Merit Promotion Schemes as accepted by the Executive Council in accordance with the eligibility conditions under the relevant scheme.

8.(1-A) (a) The Selection Committee for recommending promotion of Lecturer to Lecturer in Senior Scale under the relevant Merit Promotion Scheme, shall consist of the following :

1.   Vice-Chancellor/Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Chairman);

2.   Dean of the Faculty concerned;

3.   Head of the Department concerned;

4.   Two members of the University Department in the subject concerned from amongst the Professors and Readers to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor out of the panel drawn by the Department and approved by the Academic Council.

In case of non-availability of any internal experts the Vice- Chancellor may nominate external experts.

Note :

(1) At least 4 persons present at the meeting including the Chairman and at least two persons from categories 3 and4 shall form the quorum.

(2)  The Selection Committee may at their discretion, require any candidate to appear for interview.

Provided that the Selection Committee for recommending promotion of Assistant Director of Physical Education to Assistant Director of Physical Education in Senior Scale under the relevant Merit Promotion Scheme shall consist of the following :

1.   Vice-Chancellor/Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Chairman);

2.   Chairman, Delhi University Sports Council;

3.  Director of Physical Education in the University;

4.  Two experts out of the panel approved by the Academic Council to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor.

Note :

(1)   Al least 4 persons present at the meeting including the Chairman and at least two persons from categories 3 and4 shall form the quorum.

(2)  The Selection Committee may at their discretion, require any candidate to appear for interview.

(b)  The Selection Committee (including quorum requirement) for recommending promotion of Lecturer/Lecturer in Senior Scale to Lecturer in Reader’s Grade (Selection Grade) and for designating a Lecturer in Reader’s Grade (Selection Grade) as Reader and for recommending promotion of a Reader as Professor shall be the same as provided under Statute 19(1) for appointment to the post of Reader/ Professor.

Provided that in case the Selection Committee finds that a candidate is not suitable for promotion as Reader, it may consider him/her for promotion in Reader’s Grade (Selection Grade). However, he/she can apply for being considered for Reader designation after one year.

Every candidate will be requried to appear for interview before the Selection Committee unless on a request from any candidate the Selection Committee agrees to consider him/her in absentia.

Provided that the Selection Committee (including quorum requirement) for recommending promotion of Assistant Director of Physical Education Assistant Director of Physical Education in Dy. Director’s Grade shall be the same as provided for appointment to the post of Dy. Director of Physical Education and every candidate will be required to appear for interview before the Selection Committee unless on a request from any candidate the Selection Committee agrees to consider him/her in absentia.

(2) Nothing in sub-clause (1) shall be deemed to prevent a Selection Committee from considering any other candidate who may not have applied for appointment to the teaching post in question.

9. In case of members of the teaching staff appointed on probation or on temporary basis, the employment may be terminated by one month’s notice on either side or by payment of a sum equivalent to one month’s salary by the party choosing to terminate such engagement, provided that where engagement is for a period of less than one month or where the duration of engagement has already been specified or notified to the teacher concerned in advance, and his engagement is terminated in accordance with terms so specified or notified, neither notice nor payment of salary in lieu of notice shall be necessary.

10. (1) The temporary appointment of a teacher shall not be made to terminate before the end of the term in which it is made or continue.

(2) If a teacher has been in service in a College or a Department of the University on or before the first day of its re-opening in the second term and has continued to be in service without any break till the end of the third term in any College or Department of the University, he shall be entitled to an ex-gratia payment equivalent to the amount of emoluments he would have received and his appointment continued till the end of the long vacation, if he is not holding any salaried post elsewhere during the period. Such ex-gratia payment shall be made by the College or the University, as the case may be, in which the teacher was in service immediately preceding the end of the third term.

(3) A teacher who has been in service up to the last day of the preceding session shall be entitled to vacation salary provided he has been reappointed and is in position on the reopening day after the vacation. In such case the vacation will not constitute a break in service.

11. The Seniority of a teacher in a particular discipline, for membership of the Committee of Courses, of Departmental Committees, and such similar Committees shall be determined in, accordance with the following principles:

(i)   Where two or more teachers are selected at the same time for appointment, then according to the ranking given by the Selection Committee provided that the date of joining in case of the teacher who has been ranked higher is not later than 3 months from the date of issue of the appointment letter to him.

(ii)   Where no ranking has been indicated by the Selection Committee and two or more teachers join on one and the same date;

(a)   in case such teachers are appointed from a lower post to a higher post, then according to their seniority interse in the immediate lower cadre, and

(b)  in any other case, according to the age of the person’s joining, the old person being deemed senior.

(iii)   Save in the cases covered by sub-clauses (i) and (ii) according to the date of joining of the teacher concerned.

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