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PostedOn : 15 Feb,2017 | Employment Type : Permanent | Organization : Education | Expiry : 2018-02-15

NEHU Recruitment 2017 – Guest Lecturer & JRF Posts: Department of Computer Applications, North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong has invited applications for the recruitment of Guest Lecturer & Junior Research Fellow vacancies. Eligible candidates can apply in prescribed application format on or before 19, 20-02-2017. Other details like educational qualification, selection process & how to apply are given below…

NEHU Vacancy Details: Total No of Posts: 02 Name of the Posts: 1. Guest Lecturer: 01 Post
2. Junior Research Fellow: 01 Post

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Master Degree with specialization in Cultural Anthropology with 55% marks & NET qualification for Post 1, M.Sc in Biotechnology/ Microbiology for Post 2.

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on interview.

How to Apply:  For Post 1: Eligible candidates can send their applications on plain paper with self attested copies of all original documents to the Office of Head, Department of Anthropology, NEHU, Shillong on or before 19-02-2017 during office hours.

For Post 2: Eligible candidates may send their applications along with require documents to PI, Dr SR Joshi, Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, NEHU, Shillong -793022, Meghalaya on or before 20-02-2017.

Important Dates:  Last Date for Receipt of Applications for Post 1: 19-02-2017. Last Date for Receipt of Applications for Post 2: 19-02-2017.

For more details like honorium, stipend & other information click on the link given below…

Click here for Recruitment Advt for Post 1

Click here for Recruitment Advt for Post 2


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