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100 Assistant Professor (ad-hoc) Vacancies at Faculty of Law, Delhi University

20 Jun 2015 10:03 AM GMT
100 Assistant Professor (ad-hoc) Vacancies at Faculty of Law, Delhi University
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Faculty of Law, University of Delhi has invited applications from the eligible candidates for full time Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc) and empanelment as guest faculty.

No of Positions: 100 (Unreserved: 50, SC: 15, ST: 07, OBC: 27, PH: 01)

Essential Qualification

For Full Time Assistant Professors

  1. Good Academic record with at least 55% marks (50% for SC/ST Candidates who passed their Masters Degree prior to 19/09/1991 or a Ph.D Degree or an equivalent grade of B in the 7 point scale with letter grades O, A, B, C, D, E & F at the Master’s Degree Level in Law from an Indian University or an equivalent Degree from a Foreign University.
  2. Cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) for lectures conducted by UGC ,CSIR or similar test accredited by UGC  or as prescribed by the rules of University of Delhi

For Empanelment of Guest Faculty

  1. The qualification for guest/past time teachers should be same as those prescribed for regular teachers of University in UGC Regulation.
  2. Practicing advocate with minimum 5years experience may also be empanelled as visiting/ guest faculty even if they have not cleared NET

How to apply

Eligible candidate may apply on a prescribed application form along with attested copies of all relevant testimonials mentioned in the application form. Click here to download the application form.

Last date for submission of Application: June 26, 2015

Click here for official notification.

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