North-Eastern Hill University

Professor Jobs in Shillong - North-Eastern Hill University

M Phil / Ph.D
Last Date to Apply: 20-08-2019
Professor - Job Details Date of Posting: 02-08-2019

Professor  job recruitment in North Eastern Hill University

No. of Posts :  56

Eligibility :  The eligibility criteria of the candidates  and other terms and conditions shall be  as per the UGC Regulations  2018 and AICTE latest  Regulations  as the case may be and their subsequent  Notifications/ Guidelines if any. Further, research publications only from journals index in UGC-CARE (Consortium for Academic and Research Ethics) List  will be  considered.

Application Fee  :  An application fee of Rs.1000/- (One thousand) for General/OBC/EWS candidates and Rs. 500/- (Five hundred) only for SC/ST candidates must be paid only through SBI Collect. Women Candidates and Person With Disabilities are exempted from payment of application fee.

How To Apply ForProfessor  job recruitment in North Eastern Hill University

The hard copy of the duly filled-in application form duly signed on every pages should be submitted along with all the necessary documents in support of  qualifications, experience, date of birth, category, research publications etc. and also a copy of the fee receipt. The complete hard copy of application form either by hand or by post ( Speed Post/Courier) should reach the Office of the Assistant Registrar(Estt.II),NEHU, Mawkynroh, Umshing, Shillong-793022 on or before 20th August, 2019 during office hours .

Application forms received after the last date or incomplete in any respect or violative of any condition shall not be considered. The University is not responsible for any postal or Courier delivery delay. The candidate should mentioned “Application for the post of Professor  in the Department of ____________” in bold letters on top of the envelope.

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About North-Eastern Hill University

North-Eastern Hill University was set up by an Act of Parliament and notified on 19th July 1973. The objectives of the University, as laid down in the act, are 'to disseminate and advance knowledge by providing instructional and research facilities in such branches of learning as it may deem fit; to pay special attention to the improvement of the social and economic conditions and welfare of the people of the hill areas of the North-eastern region, and in particular, the intellectual, academic and cultural advancement'.