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Delhi University has written to colleges, urging them to end caste discrimination on campus.

The Delhi University has written to institutions, requesting that they ensure that there is no caste-based discrimination on campus, and that university authorities and staff members refrain from acting against SC/ST students on the basis of their social background.

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The varsity’s assistant registrar sent a letter to colleges on May 25 with multiple letters from the University Grants Commission (UGC) on the prevention of caste-based discrimination in higher education and a recommendation that they take appropriate action.

In this regard, the UGC has suggested that four actions be taken, including the formation of a committee to investigate discrimination allegations from SC/ST/OBC students, instructors, and non-teaching personnel.

“The university/institute/college may create a page on its website for students of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST) to file complaints of caste discrimination, as well as a complaint register in the registrar/principal office.”

“If any such occurrence is brought to the authorities’ attention, prompt action should be taken against the erring officials/faculty members,” it went on to say.

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