Current Recruitment Notification from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) 2016-17 | 02 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com


JNU Recruitment 2016Guest Lecturer Posts: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has inform 02 vacant seats for Guest Lecturer in the INP Division, CIPOD/ SIS. If you have a dream of join JNU. You can apply in the prescribed format on or before 18/11/2016. Other details are mentioned below.
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                  Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:

JNU Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 02

Name of the Posts:
Guest Lecturer
Education Qualification:
qualifications prescribed by the UGC/ University for recruitment of regular teacher at the level of Assistant Professor, M.A in Social Sciences/ International Studies, M.Phil/ Ph.D in International Relations Theory.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their application in the prescribed format along with curriculum vitae, passport size photograph, photocopies of all relevant marksheets/certificates should reach the office of the CIPOD, SIS-I (Room no. 216) on or before 18/11/2016.

Important Dates:
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 18/11/2016.

Job Location: Delhi 110067.

 

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About Us:
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU ) is a public central university in New Delhi, the capital of India. In 2012 The National Assessment and Accreditation Council gave the university a grade of 3.9 out of 4, the highest grade[1] awarded to any educational institution in the country.[2] It is one of the top universities in the country, ranking third according to the National Institutional Ranking Framework.[3][4] It is known for leading faculties and research emphasis on liberal arts and applied sciences.On 24 October 2008 the Supreme Court of India stayed the JNU elections and banned the JNUSU for not complying with the recommendations of the Lyngdoh committee.[13] After a prolonged struggle and multi-party negotiations, the ban was lifted on 8 December 2011.[14] After a gap of more than four years, interim elections were scheduled again on 1 March 2012.The arrest soon snowballed into a major political controversy, with several leaders of opposition parties visiting the JNU campus in solidarity with the students protesting against the police crackdown.[36] More than 500 academics from around the world, including JNU alumni, released a statement in support of the students.