NEW DELHI, 04 JULY: It’s a joy for thousands of aspirants who wish to be an assistant professor in Delhi University, ranking among the top educational institutions of the country. This time, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC) has invited online applications for the post of Assistant Professor. Interested candidates can apply through the official site of DCAC on dcac.du.ac.in and the last date for application is July 22, 2022. The total number of vacancies is 62 in the organsation.
Online applications are invited in the prescribed application form available at web-link https://colrec.du.ac.in from eligible candidates for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor, in the Academic Pay Level 10 of the 7th Central Pay Commission Pay Matrix, in the College. The last date for receipt of application is 22.07.2022 or two weeks from the date of publication of the advertisement in the Employment News, whichever is later.
Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD) may approach the help desk set up at the College in case they required any assistance in filling up the application form. For details, please visit the College website http://dcac.du.ac.in.
The details regarding qualifications, publications, experience, screening guidelines and indicative proforma etc. are available on the college website along with this advertisement.
Details of posts of assistant professor-
Commerce: 24 Posts
Computer Science: 2 Posts
Economics: 7 Posts
English: 5 Posts
Journalism: 5 Posts
Hindi: 4 Posts
History: 2 Posts
Mathematics: 2 Posts
Political Science: 9 Posts
Environment Studies: 2 Posts
All applicants are required to apply online in the prescribed format with complete and correct information and attachments.
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