The Government of New Delhi, the walk in interview for the Sri Aurobindo College has issued a notification for the recruitment of 11 Assistant Professor Post’s vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Assistant Professor posting, are eligible to apply for Sri Aurobindo College Assistant Professor Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Sri Aurobindo College recruitment 2017 must have Qualified enrolled in the latest panel prepared by the respective Department of University of Delhi and are eligible in terms of UGC/University of Delhi norms, should walk in for interview along with all necessary certificates (including caste/disability certificate, if applicable) in original as well as self-attested photocopies thereof in the College as per above schedule Sri Aurobindo College recruitment 2017.
Name of the Organization: Sri Aurobindo College
Official Website: www.du.ac.in
Location: New Delhi
Name of the Post (Designation): Assistant Professor
Total Number of Vacancies: 11
Age Limit: As for Rules
Educational Qualification: Candidates who are enrolled in the latest panel prepared by the respective Department of University of Delhi and are eligible in terms of UGC/University of Delhi norms, should walk in for interview along with all necessary certificates (including caste/disability certificate, if applicable) in original as well as self attested photocopies thereof in the College as per above schedule
Selection Procedure: Walk- in Interview
Pay scale: As for Rules
How to Apply:
1. Dates of the interview may change, please verify the date & time before coming for an interview from the college website for the latest update on the schedule.
2. All candidates are required to carry their C.W. along with the self-attested copies of certificates.
3. No T.A.D.A. will be paid for attending the interview,
4. Canvassing in any form shall be a disqualification,
5. The college reserves the right to change the nature & no. of posts.
Last Date of Walk in Interview: 12th January 2017 & 13th January 2017
Roles at this level encompass the stages of an academic career from first appointment through to Major Review. Those appointed will normally have, or be close to obtaining, a PhD or its equivalent. The role will involve a combination of research and teaching activities, with appropriate organisation of these activities and contribution(s) to departmental administration. The relative balance of activities in research, teaching and administration may vary across departments, and is also likely to vary for any particular individual over the course of their career.
Aurobindo Ghose was a multifaceted person. He was a Freedom Fighter, Poet, Scholar, Yogi and Philosopher. He spent his life working towards the cause of India's freedom, and for further evolution of life on earth. Sri Aurobindo Ghose was born on August 15, 1872 at Calcutta. His father was Krishnadhan and his mother was Swamalata. Aurobindo Ghose had an impressive lineage. Raj Narayan Bose, an acknowledged leader in Bengali literature, and the grandfather of Indian nationalism was Sri Aurobindo's maternal grandfather. Aurobindo Ghose owes not only his rich spiritual nature, but even his very superior literary capacity, to his mother's line. His father was an M.D. from England. When Sri Aurobindo was five years old, he was sent to Loretto Convent School at Darjeeling. Two years later in 1879, Aurobindo Ghosh, was sent to England along with his brothers for higher studies. Aurobindo completed his schooling from St. Paul's in London. In 1890, at the age of eighteen, Sri Aurobindo got admission into Cambridge. Here, he distinguished himself as a student of European classics. To comply with the wish of his father, Sri Aurobindo Ghose also applied for the ICS while at Cambridge. He passed the Indian Civil Service Examination with great credit in 1890. He, however, failed to stand the required test in horsemanship and hence was not allowed to enter the Covenantal Service of the Indian Government.