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Assistant Professor Law Jobs in Pune - Deccan Education Society

Pune
LLM,M Phil / Ph.D,MA
Last Date to Apply: 21-05-2019
Assistant Professor Law - Job Details Date of Posting: 16-05-2019

Assistant Professor  job opportunities in Deccan Education Society - Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College

Assistant Professor (for B.A.LL.B.) Non Law Subjects – English, Sociology, Economics & Political Science

No. of Posts :  4 (Ad-hoc)

Qualifications :  M.A.(Respective Subject) & NET/SET//Ph.D. as per UGC regulations 2009

Assistant Professor in Law (For B.A.LL.B. & LL.B.)

No. of Posts :  7 (Ad-hoc)

Qualifications :  LL.M. & NET/SET/Ph.D. as per UGC regulations 2009

Application Fee :  Demand Draft of Rs.300/- for open category & Rs.200/- for reserved category candidate drawn on any nationalized bank, payable at Pune in favour of “Secretary, Deccan Education Society, Pune”.


How To Apply ForAssistant Professor  job opportunities in Deccan Education Society - Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College

Duly filled form be submitted to the office of DES, Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune along with Demand Draft on or before 05.00 p.m. on 21/05/2019. Applicant has to write his/her full name in capital letter on reverse of the D.D.

Candidates should attach the self attested photocopies of their respective certificates/mark sheets of the relevant degrees and passport size photograph to the prescribed form. The Interview for the above posts will be conducted on 24th May, 2019.


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About Deccan Education Society

Deccan Education Society, Pune was established in 1884 and registered on 13th August 1885 and by four patriotic visionaries- Vishnu Shastri Chiplunkar, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Gopal Ganesh Agarkar and Mahadeo Ballal Namjoshi-who were already recognized as the pioneers of new education in India with the Launch of New English School in Pune in the year 1880. This was a revolutionary step, because in those days Government Institutions and Christian Missionaries were the only agencies involved in educating masses. Private enterprise in education was often discouraged. It was also pointed out by these Nationalists that there was no education available to generate leadership, for industrial regeneration of India, or for defense of the motherland i.e. education Required by the people of a self - governing nation. it was the idea of filling these voids that the DES came in to existence. In the view of its founders, Education was the means of rousing-the intellect, the drooping will and the slumbering conscience of their fallen countrymen. They began with a modest aim of facilitating education at low costs by starting schools and colleges