Nagpur University 2019 Recruitment for 117 Assistant Professor Posts

Nagpur University welcomed applications for enrollment to the Assistant Professor Posts on Contractual premise. The competitors qualified can apply through the endorsed arrangement at the very latest 15 July 2019. They invite you so go and fill the form Degree criteria, age limit, ability, pay scale, how to apply, the last date of the application structure, and other under-referenced subtitles. Click on the application to connect and pursue the further rules for Nagpur University Recruitment 2019.

Significant Dates:

Last date for accommodation of utilization: 15 July 2019

Nagpur University Vacancy Details:

  1. Right-hand Professor-117 Posts
  2. Personnel of Humanities Languages-9 Posts
  3. The staff of Humanities Social Sciences-20 Posts
  4. Personnel of Science and Technology Sciences-29 Posts
  5. Personnel of Science and Technology Pharmaceutical Sciences-05 Posts
  6. Personnel of Commerce and Management Business Management/Commerce-6 Posts
  7. The staff of Science and Technology Pharmaceutical Sciences-5 Posts
  8. Personnel of Commerce and Management Business Management/Commerce-6 Posts
  9. Personnel of Interdisciplinary Studies Fine Arts/ Library Sci./ Mass Communication/ Pg Education/ Physical Education-8 Posts
  10. Training/Law/Eng. and Tech-24 Posts
  11. College’s Centers of Specialized Studies-6 Posts

Qualification Criteria for Nagpur University Jobs:

Collaborator Professor (Fine Arts)-

(i) A Master’s qualification with 55% imprints (or an identical evaluation in a point-scale any place the reviewing framework is pursued) in the critical subject or an equal degree from an Indian/remote University.

(ii) Besides satisfying the above capabilities, the competitor more likely than not cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) led by the UGC, CSIR.

The determination of the applicants will be done based on the meeting, which would be led by the association. Qualified applicants can apply through the endorsed configuration alongside other essential archives at the latest 15 July 2019.

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