NSIT Assistant Professor Recruitment notification 2014 Online Applications at www.nsit.ac.in: Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology New Delhi has released the employment notification for the recruitment of 96 vacant posts, through this recruitment NSIT is going to recruit associate professor, professor and assistant professor posts, so in order to fill all these vacancies NSIT is inviting applications from all interested and eligible candidates, so if you are willing to apply and aspire to become associate professor or professor or assistant professor submit your application on or before the last date of 31st October 2014 and for other details like age limit, education qualification, selection process, application procedure, last date are given below.
NSIT Recruitment notification 2014 details:
Total number of available vacancies: 96 posts
Name of the Posts:
Assistant Professor – 20 Posts
Associate Professor – 47 Posts
Professor – 29 Posts
Age Limit: Candidates those who are applying for these posts age should not cross 35 years and age relaxation is applicable as per the rules.
Educational Qualification: interested and eligible candidates must be having a degree in B.Tech/ B.E and M.E/ M.Tech or its equivalent in relevant branch with first class. And Ph.D or its equivalent in appropriate discipline, guiding Ph.D and Post Ph.D publications student is highly desirable, experience in significant field.
Selection Procedure: shortlisted candidate will be selected on the basis of their performance in personal interview.
How to apply: Eligible and interested candidates are required to complete the application form in a prescribed format along with all relevant certificate to states address such as ‘The Head of Office, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Azad Hind Fauj Marg, Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi.-110078’.
Important Dates for NSIT Assistant Professor Recruitment notification 2014
Last date for submission of application form: 31st October 2014.
Date of personal interview: not yet mentioned (expected in last week of November 2014)