<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) took out a march from Mandi House to Parliament Street on Tuesday against the “retrograde” recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission.DUTA president Rajib Ray said the proposed pay structure “will hurt interests of teachers awaiting permanent placements and promotions”. “College teachers have been downgraded at every level. Even principals have been downgraded from the level of professor to that of associate professor after the completion of their tenure. This is an indirect way of denying professorship in colleges,” Ray said.The DUTA also reiterated its demand to make public the UGC Pay Review Committee report. “The DUTA has submitted a memorandum with a detailed critique of the the 7th Pay Revision for teachers to the HRD Ministry. The DUTA demands an immediate rollback of the adverse provisions of the proposed pay structure,” he said in a statement.The DUTA has submitted a memorandum with a detailed DUTA critique on 7th Pay Revision for teachers to the MHRD. Earlier, the teachers’ body had observed November 15 as ‘Black Day’ in protest against the pay panel recommendations.

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DUTA take out march against ‘retrograde’ recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission