NCERT Delhi: Assistant/ Professor/ Lecturer openings in Botany/ Zoology
NCERT, an apex organization for Educational Research, Teacher Training and Development of Curriculum and Instructional material in school education, invites applications for various academic positions for its constituent units all over India. These posts are transferable amongst the constituent units of the Council located in Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Mysore and Shillong.
The Council follows the UGC guidelines for recruitment of its faculty. However, NCERT’s own thrust and focus areas should be reflected in the background of potential candidates. Therefore, keeping in view the inter-disciplinary activities and in order to have the best candidates suited to the requirements in the subject areas, the candidates, apart from qualifications and experience prescribed by the UGC may also possess specialization in the subject areas as desirable.
1. Professor in Botany – 01 (UR)
3. Professor in Science Education – 02 (UR)
9. Professor in Botany – 01 (UR)
26. Assistant Professor in Zoology – 01 (SC)
Details of the posts advertised through Advertisement Nos. 154, 155 and 156 appeared in the dailes and Employment News on February 24, 2007, September 27-October 3, 2008 and November 15-21, 2008 respectively which are not yet filled:
Advertisement No. 156
1. Professor in Botany (P01)01 – UR
3. Professor in Science Education (P03) 02 – UR
8. Reader in Botany (P02) 01 – UR
20. Lecturer in Zoology (L12) 01 – SC
Application on plain paper duly typed along with attested photocopies of documents relating to qualifications including mark sheets, recent photograph, crossed DD of Rs.100/-non-refundable (not required for SC/ST/Persons with Disabilities candidates and Council employees) favouring Secretary, NCERT payable at State Bank of India, NCERT, Branch, New Delhi-110016 with the following details be sent to the Section Officer, Recruitment-I Section, Room No. 13, 5th Floor, ZH Block, NCERT, New Delhi-110016 on the prescribed format on or before October 24, 2010. Advt. 158