524 Vacancies For UGC NET JRF Passed & PHD Holders
The job pack has opened for UGC Net-JRF pass and PHD degree holders. The Delhi, Haryana Government is going to recruit 524 posts of Assistant Professor in Higher Education Department (College Cadre). The Assistant Professor will be recruited by the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC).
After four years, an advertisement has been issued for posts of Assistant Professors at the college level in Haryana. Full information has been uploaded in this regard on the HPSC website. New recruitment is being done due to the lack of teachers due to the opening of new colleges and the increasing number of students in the colleges of Haryana. HPSC will be recruited in 17 different subjects as Assistant Professor. Assistant professor will be recruited on 320 posts in General category.
In the Government colleges of Haryana, 524 posts of Assistant Professor have to be filled. In almost all major disciplines, recruitment will be made on Assistant Professorship posts. About 102 Assistant Professors will be appointed in the subject of the subject. Besides this, 02 will be admitted to Chemistry 02, Computer Science 09, 39 in Economics, 81 in English, 49 in Hindi, 35 in History, 21 in Public Administration, 33 in Political Science, 02 in Punjabi, 20 in Sociology.
Assistant professors can be applied online on the HPSC website from May 25, 2019. Only online applications will be accepted from the candidates. Fees also apply to the applicants online. The complete information related to the recruitment process will be released on the website. Applications will be accepted online only from 15 June to 5 pm. For any kind of information, from 9am to 5pm on Working Day, HPSC’s Helpline no. Can be contacted at 0172-2560754 .
For the appointment of Assistant Professor, the first screening tests (written examination) will be conducted by HPSC . Out of the number of fixed posts in any subject, only three out of those passing the written test will be called for interview . According to sources, preparations to complete the selection process till the coming session.
Source – Jagran Josh