College lecturers in Dundee and Arbroath yesterday held a second period of industrial action in a dispute over pay.
Teaching staff at all three Dundee and Angus College campuses are on strike for the second time in the space of a month.
The action follows a walk-out on January 16, organised by the EIS and FELA unions.
All classes have been cancelled, however libraries and study areas have been opened to allow for student access.
Lecturers and staff claim Colleges Scotland has constantly “misled” the negotiation process by adding the salaries and the cost of living claim together.
John Gribben, of Colleges Scotland Employers’ Association, said: “We have met with the EIS-FELA on 10 occasions to discuss pay and will be meeting them again on Thursday to try to end this disruptive strike action.
“The EIS-FELA is aware that colleges are already having to make cuts to finance the additional pay offer which they have rejected. Their unreasonable pay demands would mean fewer courses, fewer students, and fewer lecturing jobs in the college sector.”