Aryabhatta College, University of Delhi, is inviting applications for recruitment to the post of Assistant Professor, for which 38 vacancies have been identified. Applications can be submitted online at colrec.du.ac.in. For all the departments in which vacancies are available, the basic pay will be Rs 57,700 in pay level 10 as per the 7th pay commission. Plus usual allowances will be given as admissible under the rules of Delhi University from time to time.
Persons with benchmark disabilities can take the help of personnels at the Aryabhatta College helpdesk to fill the form.
The last date for receipt of Assistant Professor application form is December 5, 2019, or within two weeks from the date of publication of the advertisement in employment news, whichever is later.
Aryabhatta College Assistant Professor recruitment 2019 is for vacancies in 9 departments. Department wise or subject wise the vacancies are 5 in business economics, 5 in bachelor of management studies, 6 in commerce. Then there 6 vacancies also in computer science, 2 in environmental studies, and 1 in hindi. There are 3 vacancies for history, 2 for mathematics, and 8 for psychology.
Category wise the distribution is among UR, SC, ST, OBC, EWS, PWBD. with 17, 6, 2, 8, 3, and 2 vacancies respectively.
Masters degree holders with 55% marks at least in concerned / relevant / allied subject from an Indian University can apply for Aryabhatta College Assistant Professor recruitment 2019. Those with equivalent degree from an accredited foreign university can also apply.
In addition, it is mandatory to have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by either UGC or CSIR. NET is exempt for candidates in accordance with clause ii and iii of general note in the detailed advertisement. Complete details of eligibility and other factors are provided in the advertisement in aryabhattacollege.ac.in. Corrigendums and addendums to the notification will also be posted there.
Candidates will be screened for interviews on the basis of their academic records that include graduation, post graduation, M.Phil, PhD, NET with JRF, NET, research publications, teaching / post doctoral experience, awards. Screening committee will call a limited number of candidates for interview on the basis of their shortlisting criteria. They will call minimum 50 candidates for first vacancy, 20 candidates for every additional vacancy, for an interview. If suitable number of candidates are not found, then the minimum cut off will be progressively lowered.
The college adds, “In case the applicant gets screened/shortlisted/selected/appointed on the basis of the credentials furnished by him/her which are, on scrutiny, found to be incorrect / inadmissible / forged / fabricated / falsified, his / her candidature shall be liable to be cancelled at any stage of the recruitment/at any time during the tenure of the service and appropriate legal action under applicable law shall be initiated against the applicant.”