In order to push authorities to take decision on rolling back the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP), Delhi University Teachers' Association yet again got into action and this time it had written a letter directly to the President Pranab Mukherjee, appeal him for his intervention in the issue. They asked President to call off the Delhi University rules pertaining to FYUP, as DUTA chief Nandita Narain puts it.
The support has been promised by all the 7 BJP MPs when the National Democratic Teachers' Front and ABVP members went to meet them.
Interestingly, leaving AAD-Aditya Narayan Mishra, the representatives of all teacher groups have come together and joined the movement against FYUP. The Indian National Teachers Congress also came forward to join hands with Democratic Teachers' Forum, Academics for Action and Development (Rathi) and NDTF.
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