University of Calcutta

Professor/ Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor Jobs in Kolkata - University of Calcutta

Kolkata
M Phil / Ph.D
Last Date to Apply: 15-03-2019
Professor/ Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor - Job Details Date of Posting: 16-02-2019

Professor/ Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor  job Position in University of Calcutta

Professor

No. of Posts : 45

Qualification :  Ph.D and related experience

Pay:  Rs. 37400 - 67000 + GP 10000

Associate Professor

No. of Posts : 80

Qualification :  Ph.D and related experience

Pay:  Rs. 37400 - 67000 + GP 9000

Assistant Professor

No. of Posts : 87

Qualification :  Master degree in related subject

Pay:  Rs. 15600 - 39100 + GP 6000

Application Fee : 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. 


How To Apply For Professor/ Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor  job Position in University of Calcutta

Eligible candidates may send their application in prescribed format (attached below) (7 copies) to the Office of the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, University of Calcutta, Darbhanga Building, 1st Floor, 87/1, College Street, Kolkata-700073 on or before 15 Mar 2019, along with copies of all relevant documents & certificates.



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About University of Calcutta

The University of Calcutta was established by an Act of the Legislative Council (Act No II of 1857) of the then British India. A supplementary Act empowering the University to confer some additional degrees was passed in 1860. Another Act was passed in 1884 by which the University was authorised to confer honorary Degree of Law.The University Act of 1904 empowered the University to make necessary arrangements for the instruction of students, and though most of the teaching continued to be imparted in the affiliated colleges, teaching in some of the higher branches began to be organised under the University management.