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Assistant Professor Journalism Jobs in Delhi - University of Delhi

Delhi
M Phil / Ph.D,MA
Last Date to Apply: 15-07-2019
Assistant Professor Journalism - Job Details Date of Posting: 09-07-2019

Assistant Professor Journalism  job Position in University of Delhi - Delhi School of Journalism 

No. of Posts :   2

Qualifications : 

Assistant Professor Journalism(English / Hindi medium)  :-  1. NET in Journalism /Mass Media and Mass Communication is mandatory to apply for the post. provided however, that candidates who are or have been awarded Ph.D. Degree in Journalism /Mass Media and Mass Communication in compliance of the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and procedure for award of M. Phil. / Ph.D degree). Regulations, 2009 and 2016 shall be exempted from the requirement of the minimum eligibility criteria of NET. 2. All candidates are required to carry their CV along with the self-attested copies of certificates. 3. No TA/DA will be paid for the interview.

Assistant Professor Journalism/ related area and languages on Guest basis (English / Hindi medium) : - 1. NET in Journalism/Mass Media and Mass Communication/ relevant area/ subject/ relevant language is mandatory to apply for the post of Guest Faculty. Provided however, that candidates who are or have been awarded Ph.D. Degree in Journalism /Mass Media and Mass Communication/ relevant area/ subject/ relevant language in compliance of the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and procedure for award of M. Phil. / Ph.D. degree). Regulations, 2009 and 2016 shall be exempted from the requirement of the minimum eligibility criteria of NET. 2. All candidates are required to carry their CV along with the self-attested copies of certificates.


How To Apply ForAssistant Professor Journalism  job Position in University of Delhi - Delhi School of Journalism 

Application should reach the OSD, DSJ on email: dsoj2019vacancies@gmail.com by 15th July

2019.


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