Latest Results and Recruitment News 2015

UCG Latest Notification Asst Professor Recruitment 2015: PHD Holders Niyamawali 2009

UCG Latest NET- SLET- SET Notification for Assistant Professor Recruitment 2015: UCG Clarification and NET – SET Exemption for PHD Holders Assistant Professor Bharti Regulation 2009 standards (Niyamawali Manak) Latest Announcement made by UCG for Lectureship Eligibility Notification 2015

NET –SET Exemption for PHD Holders Latest Announcement made by UCG: The doubt among candidates about eligibility for Assistant Professor Recruitment has been resolved after a clear cut instruction, made by UP Public Service Commission UPPSC (Uttar Pradesh Lok Sewa Yoag). Candidate will be exempted from UCG NET – SET if he/ she fulfills all eleven standards of UCG Regulation 2009 standards. Candidates can also check the update at official website of Uttar Pradesh Higher Education Services Commission @ www.uphesc.org

UCG Latest Eligibility Notification for Asst Professor Bharti 2015

Commission has made clear that NET – SLET - SAT is the compulsory qualification for applying Assistant Professor Jobs in UP but Candidates who has completed their PHD qualification under regulation- 2009 (UP Assistant Professor Niyamawali) will definitely get exemption from it. Now PHD (The degree of Doctor of Philosophy) & D Lit (Doctor of Letters) doctorate degree holders who want to apply for UP Assistant Professor Jobs will have to submit a certificate issued by respected university confirming as they have completed their PHD & D Lit higher doctorate degree fellowship programme under Niyamawali – 2009.

Eligibility to be a Assistant Professor/ Lecturer 2015 Under Regulation- 2009: M. Phil Degree Holder will not be considered eligible for Assistant Professor Posts. The Result is expected to be announced by the end of June 2015.  Commission has postponed interview for three subjects, scheduled for recruitment of Assistant professor in Government Degree Colleges while considering the NET – SLET - SAT as mandatory education qualification for Assistant professor Recruitment 2015. Due to that Uttar Pradesh Higher Education Services Commission (UPHESC) Recruitment 2015 (Uchchattar Shiksha Ayog Bharti) was under stagnation but now Commission has accepted applications from those PHD holders who fulfil the criteria of UGC Regulation – 2009. In respect to clear the situation a UPSC sent a letter to UGC and got reply on the same.  Candidates who are going to be appeared for Lecturer/ Assistant Professor Bharti in any Institutes or Universities are advised to check the latest Supreme Court decision to mandate the National or State Level Eligibility exam if they don’t fall in Professor Bharti Niyamawali – 2009.

The Difference between NET & SLET: As per concept drafted by University Grant Commission (UGC) the NET is considered as a mandatory requirement for determining the eligibility for lectureship. NET (National Eligibility Test) SLET (State Level Eligibility Test for Lectureship Eligibility) LET is just like counterpart at the state level. Moreover, the comfortability in mother tongue insists candidates to submit a plea to take the test in their mother tongue. The online difference between NET- SLET is that NET qualify candidates is eligible to apply for jobs anywhere in India but SLET is only confined to state level where a candidates qualify the exam.

Eligibility to apply for NET- SLET exam 2015: A minimum of 55% (50% for SC/ST candidates) marks in a postgraduate degree are required to apply for UCG NET (University Grant Commission National Eligibility Test) or State Level Eligibility Test (SLET). The age of applicants must not be more than 28 years as on 1st December of respective year. Applicant who qualifies The State Level Eligibility Test (SLET), accredited by the UGC for Lectureship prior to 1st June 2002, is completely exempted from appearing in the NET Examination i.e. all these SLET Candidates will not require to appear for UCG – NET exam for becoming eligible Assistant Lecturer Jobs/ Assistant Professor Jobs as these candidates

Supreme Court Decision on UGC's Exemption of Lecturers: The Supreme Court (SC) overruled the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD Ministry) and UGC's exemption on recruitment of lecturers and mandates clearing the entrance exam to become eligible for teaching at colleges and universities in its decision. UGC enhanced exemption to MPhil holders (on or before July 10, 2009) and PhD holders (on or before December 2009) as per instruction made by High Court in its Order. Various Candidates becomes able to join institutions as teachers without clearing the NET or SET.

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