Job Opening: Teaching Positions at University of Calcutta, Senate House, Kolkata: Apply by July 31

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About the Institution

The University of Calcutta, informally known as Calcutta University, is a collegiate public state university located in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. It was established on 24 January 1857 and was one of the first institutions in Asia to be established as a multidisciplinary and Western-style university.

Job Description

Applications are invited in the prescribed form for the posts of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor in the academic department of the University of Calcutta.

Number of Vacancies

Assistant Professor: 4 (Four)

Associate Professor: 1 (One)

Professor: 1 (One)

Location

87/1, College Street, Kolkata, West Bengal – 700 073

Eligibility

Qualifications and Experience: As per U. G. C. Notification No. F.3-1/2009, dt. 30.06.2010, as amended up-to-date (please visit U.G.C. website here) notified in Gazette of India on 18 September 2010, U. G. C. Notifications:

  • No. F.1-2/2016 (PS/Amendment) the 4th May 2016
  • No. F.1- 2/2016(PS/Amendment) dated the 11th July 2016

Up-to-date relevant Memorandum of Department of Higher Education, Government of West Bengal

  • No. 120 – Edn. (U)/1U-91/10, dated 21.02.2011
  • No. 121 – Edn.(U)/1U91/10, dated 21.02.2011
  • No. 516-Edn(U)/1U-91/10, dated Kolkata the 16th May 2017

How to Apply?

Applications (7 copies) in prescribed forms to be downloaded from the University Website and are required to be attached with a Bank Demand Draft of Rs. 500/- (application fees shall not be charged in case of candidates belonging to the SC/ST, Rs. 250/- for OBC (A), OBC (B) and physically challenged candidates) or US $50 drawn in favour of University of Calcutta, along with the filled-in prescribed forms.

Applications should reach the Office of the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, University of Calcutta, Darbhanga Building, 1st Floor, 87/1, College Street, Kolkata-700073 not later than 22nd July 2020.

All relevant information like API (Academic Performance Indicator), etc., required in accordance with the New UGC Regulations No. F.3-1/2009 dt. 30-06-2010, No. F.1-2/2016 (PS/Amendment) the 4th May, 2016, No.F.1-2/2016 (PS/Amendment) dated the 11th July, 2016, are to be furnished on separate sheets along with supporting documents and to be attached with the application forms.

Relaxation of age, marks and other criteria: As per updated rules of the Government of West Bengal.

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