Jawaharlal Nehru University Recruiting 126 Faculty Posts

Jawaharlal Nehru University Recruiting 126 Faculty Posts. The JNU has openings for faculty positions for Indian Nationals & Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) at the level of Associate Professor in the areas of specialization as indicated against each respective position.

Applicants with good academic record, teaching/research experience and working in related areas of research are encouraged to apply. University also solicits applications from candidates with research interests that are interdisciplinary.

The essential qualifications/Pay Level for these positions will be as per the UGC Regulations, 2018.

Essential Qualifications:

Associate Professor:

SCALE OF PAY: (Level-13A) Rs. 1,31,400/-2,17,100/-

  • A good academic record, with a Ph.D. Degree in the concerned/allied/relevant disciplines.
  • A Master‘s Degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed).
  • A minimum of eight years of experience of teaching and / or research in an academic/research position equivalent to that of Assistant Professor in a University, College or Accredited Research Institution/industry with a minimum of seven publications in the peer-reviewed or UGC-listed journals and a total research score of Seventy five (75) as per the criteria given in Appendix II, Table 2, of UGC Regulations, 2018.

Note:

  • A minimum of 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point-scale, wherever the grading system is followed) at the Master‘s level shall be the essential qualification for direct recruitment of teachers and other equivalent cadres at any level.
    • A relaxation of 5% shall be allowed at the Bachelor’s as well as at the Master‘s level for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Classes (OBC) (Non-creamy Layer)/Differently abled ((a) Blindness and low vision; (b) Deaf and Hard of Hearing; (c) Locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid-attack victims and muscular dystrophy; (d) Autism, intellectual disability, specific learning disability and mental illness; (e) Multiple disabilities from amongst persons under (a) to (d) including deaf-blindness) for the purpose of eligibility and assessing good academic record for direct recruitment. The eligibility marks of 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever the grading system is followed) and the relaxation of 5% to the categories mentioned above are permissible, based only on the qualifying marks without including any grace mark procedure.
    • A relaxation of 5% shall be provided, (from 55% to 50% of the marks) to the Ph.D. Degree holders who have obtained their Master’s Degree prior to 19 September, 1991,
    • A relevant grade which is regarded as equivalent of 55%, wherever the grading system is followed by a recognized university, at the Master’s level shall also be considered valid.

Details of the Posts with Qualifications, Specialisations & Desirable qualifications etc. are as under:

Post No.School/CentreName of the PostReservation StatusQualifications, Specialisation & Desirable Qualifications etc.
1.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorPH-OHSpecialization New Media Art and New work Cultures; art history/new media culture/contemporary art theory.Ph.D. or D.Phil Degree in Art History specializing in New Media Culture/ Contemporary Art TheoryExperience of teaching and/or research in the discipline Art History or New Media Studies or Contemporary Art Theory.
2.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialization Islamic Art and Architecture with special emphasis on Sultanate architecture: art history.Ph.D. or D.Phil Degree in Art History or Architectural History specialization in Islamic Art and Architecture preferably specializing in Indian Sultanate Architecture.Experience of teaching and/or research in the discipline of Art History or Architectural History.
3.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Ph.D. in Cinema Studies/Film Studies/Cultural Studies.Teaching and Research Experience in Cinema/Film Studies.Book/Journal publications in the field of Cinema Studies/Television and Media Studies/New Media Studies.
4.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorUnreservedPh.D. in Cinema Studies/Film Studies/Cultural Studies.Teaching and Research Experience in Cinema/Film Studies.Book/Journal publications in the field of Cinema Studies/ Television and Media Studies/New Media Studies.
5.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorOBCPh.D. in Cinema Studies/Film Studies/Cultural Studies.Teaching and Research Experience in Cinema/Film Studies.Book/Journal publications in the field of Cinema Studies/ Television and Media Studies/ New Media Studies.
6.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Ph.D.in Music studies or musicology.Teaching and Research in Music Studies.Specialization in contemporary music theories/post-colonial theories of music.Monographs/research papers in international peer reviewed journals on music studies.
7.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorSCPh.D. in Dance Studies or Performance Studies Teaching and Research in Dance Studies.Specialization in dance studies, contemporary dance theories/post-colonial development of dance.Monographs/research papers in international peer reviewed journals on dance studies.
8.SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Ph.D in Theatre and Performance Studies or related areas with focus in the discipline.
9.SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (SBT)Associate ProfessorPH-OHSpecialisation in Plant Biology.
10.SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (SBT)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Specialisation in Microbiology.
11.SCHOOL OF COMPUTATIONAL & INTEGRATIVE SCIENCES (SC&IS)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Ph.D. in the area of Computer Sciences/Applications/Engineering. Having studied these subjects at the Master’s level with proven experience of software development or database technology.   Desirable: Preference will be given to the candidate with proven Research experience in data science, track record of computer system or computational biology.
12.SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & SYSTEMS SCIENCES (SC&SS)Associate ProfessorST (Backlog)Ph.D. in the areas of Computer Science.   Specialization: Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Information Security, Theoretical Computer Science, Machine Learning   Operational   Research,   Optimization, Image Processing, Information Theory, VLSI design, Embedded Systems, MEMS, Computer Graphics, Image Processing, Computer Vision, Modeling and Simulation, Natural Language Processing, Wireless Communication, Algorithms, Multimedia and other related areas of Computer Science.
13.SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & SYSTEMS SCIENCES (SC&SS)Associate ProfessorSTPh.D. in the areas of Computer Science. Specialization: Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Information Security, Theoretical Computer Science, Machine Learning, Operational Research, Optimization, Image Processing, Information Theory, VLSI design, Embedded Systems, MEMS, Computer Graphics, Image Processing, Computer Vision, Modeling and Simulation, Natural Language Processing, Wireless Communication, Algorithms, Multimedia and other related areas of Computer Science. Desirable: A candidate should have minimum of seven publications  in journals indexed in SCI/SCIE/SCOPUS;Evidence of Guidance of one Ph.D.
14.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental EngineeringEWSPh.D Degree in Civil Engineering/Civil & Environmental Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering/ Structural Engineering/ Water Resources Engineering, Fluid- Mechanics, Geo-technical engineering, Environmental Engineering. Specialisation: Water Resources Engineering, Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering.   Desirable: B. Tech/ B.E. in Civil Engineering/ Civil & Environmental Engineering.
15.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental EngineeringOBCPh.D Degree in Civil Engineering/Civil & Environmental Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering/ Structural Engineering/ Water Resources Engineering, Fluid- Mechanics, Geo-technical engineering, Environmental Engineering. Specialisation: Water Resources Engineering, Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering. Desirable: B. Tech/ B.E. in Civil Engineering/ Civil & Environmental Engineering.
16.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Chemical EngineeringSCPh.D. Degree in Chemical Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering.   Specialisation: Transport Phenomena, Chemical Process Safety, Process Dynamic and Control, Process Modeling and Simulation, Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, Polymers, Membrane Separation Processes, Process Design, Process Systems Engineering, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Process Plant Design and Economics. Desirable: B.Tech/B.E. in Chemical Engineering.
17.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Computer Science and EngineeringSCPh.D. Degree in Computer Science and Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Computer Technology/ Computer Engineering/ Computer Science and Engineering/Information Technology. Specialization: Theoretical Computer Science, Data Structures and Algorithms, Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Computer Architecture, Databases, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Software Engineering, Software Systems, Artificial Intelligence Desirable: B.Tech/B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering.
18.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Electronics EngineeringOBC (Backlog)Ph.D Degree in Electronics Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Electronics Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering/ Electrical Engineering. Specialization: Microelectronics, Embedded Systems, Semiconductor Electronics, VLSI, Photonics, Integrated Circuits, Communication Systems, Control Systems and Automation, Digital Electronics, Microprocessor, Power Systems Engineering including Power Electronics and High Voltage Engineering, RF and Microwave Engineering, Signal Processing, Control Systems. Desirable: B.Tech./B.E in Electronics Engineering.
19.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Electronics EngineeringSC (Backlog)Ph.D Degree in Electronics Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Electronics Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering/ Electrical Engineering. Specialization: Microelectronics, Embedded Systems, Semiconductor Electronics, VLSI, Photonics, Integrated Circuits, Communication Systems, Control Systems and Automation, Digital Electronics, Microprocessor, Power Systems Engineering including Power Electronics and High Voltage Engineering, RF and Microwave Engineering, Signal Processing, Control Systems. Desirable: B.Tech./B.E in Electronics Engineering.
20.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Mechanical EngineeringSTPh.D. in Mechanical Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering/ Production Engineering/ Industrial Engineering/Thermal Engineering/ Manufacturing Engineering.   Specialization: Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Design Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, CAD/ CAM, Robotics. Desirable:B.Tech/B. E in Mechanical Engineering.
21.SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)Associate Professor in Mechanical EngineeringUnreservedPh.D. in Mechanical Engineering & related areas.Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering/ Production Engineering/ Industrial Engineering/ Thermal Engineering/ Manufacturing Engineering.   Specialization: Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Design Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, CAD/ CAM, Robotics.   Desirable: B.Tech/B. E in Mechanical Engineering.
22.SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (SES)Associate Professor in Environmental and Atmospheric processesUnreservedM.Sc. in Physics/Mathematics/Atmospheric Science/ Environmental Sciences (with evidence of having qualified Mathematics and Physics based courses)/ allied disciplines of Physics or Mathematics. Ph.D. degree in Physics/ Mathematics/Atmospheric Science/ Environmental Sciences (with evidence of having qualified Mathematics and Physics based courses)/allied disciplines of Physics or Mathematics with specialisation in the field of Computer Programming and its applications in Environmental Modeling/Atmospheric Science/ Climate Dynamics.
    Minimum of 07 (seven) publications in research journals and books on research in the area(s) of Environmental Modeling/ Atmospheric Science/Climate Dynamics.
    Desirable: Knowledge of computer programming in C, C++, FORTRAN etc. with proven records of conducting independent research and teaching of computer programming applications in Environmental Modelling/Atmospheric Science/ Climate Dynamics.Supervision of minimum 01(one) Ph.D. awarded.
23.SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (SES)Associate Professor in Mineral Exploration and Ore GeologyOBC (Backlog)M.Sc.: Geology/ Mining geology/ Environmental Sciences.Ph.D.: Mineral and Ore Geology/ Mineral Processing/mineral exploration/ mining hazards and safety.Minimum of 07 (seven) publications in the field of Minerals explorations, Minerals processing and mining hazards and safety.   Desirable: Candidates with relevant post-doctoral research experience in above area(s) and relevant areas as evident by excellent and consistent publication records with strong motivation for teaching and record of external funding in the research are encouraged to apply.The cross-cutting research concepts to strengthen co- operation between key research areas Earth and Environmental subjects are fortified.Supervision of minimum 01(Ph.D) awarded.
24.SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (SES)Associate ProfessorSTM.Sc. in Environmental Sciences/ Zoology/ Wildlife Conservation and Management/ Animal Habitat or related areasPh.D Degree and research in Wildlife Conservation and Management/animal Habitat.
25.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of ImmunologyUnreservedM.Sc. in any branch of Biological Sciences with Immunology as a subject.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of Immunology as evident from high quality publications. (To teach core course Immunology)   Desirable expertise: Research experience in cellular immunology; Cancer immunology; Autoimmune disorders; Inflammation; Biology of Immunotherapy; Skin immunity; Or other emerging areas in Immunology as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
26.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Organismal and Evolutionary BiologyST (Backlog)M.Sc. in any branch of Biological Sciences with evolutionary biology as a subject. The faculty member would be required to teach Organismal biology/ evolutionary biology course for M.Sc./Ph.D.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of microbiology/infection biology as evident from high quality publications Desirable expertise: Research experience in molecular evolution/microbial or plant or animal evolutionary biology/or other emerging areas in Evolutionary biology as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
27.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Plant PhysiologySCM.Sc. in any branch of Plant Sciences/plant physiology as a subject. The faculty member would be required to teach core course/s Plant physiology and Plant Biology for M.Sc./Ph.D.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of plant physiology as evident from high quality publications. Desirable expertise: Research experience in photobiology; light signaling; photosynthesis; Or other emerging areas in Plant Physiology as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
28.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Genome BiologyUnreservedM.Sc. in any branch of Sciences with Molecular Biology/Genomics as a subject. The faculty member would be required to teach Molecular Biology, Genome biology course for M.Sc./Ph.D.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of Genome Biology as evident from high quality publications. Desirable expertise: Research experience in any aspect of animal/human systems related to diseases or infectious organisms/ Chromatin and Epigenetics/ Genome editing/ or other emerging areas in genome biology as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
29.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Biostatistics/ Bioinformatics/ Mathematical BiologySCM.Sc./M.Tech. in the Biostatistics/Mathematics or Bioinformatics with strong training in biostatistics. The faculty member would be required to teach biostatistics, biomathematics and bioinformatics course for M.Sc./Ph.D.Ph.D. and Post-doctoral research experience with development/ application of statistics related to biological systems as evident from high quality publications. Desirable expertise: Research experience in genome analysis/systems biology/or other emerging areas in Biostatistics/ Bioinformatics as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
30.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Animal GeneticsOBCM.Sc. in any branch of Biological Sciences with Genetics as a subject. The faculty member would be required to teach core course/s Genetics/Molecular Genetics for M.Sc./Ph.D.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of Animal/Human Genetics as evident from high quality publications. Desirable expertise: Research experience in human genetics/ biology of metabolic disorders/ biology of rare genetic disease/ or other emerging areas in Genetics in animal systems as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
31.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Plant GeneticsUnreservedM.Sc. in botany or any discipline of Plant Biology. The faculty member would be required to teach core course/s Genetics/Genomics.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of Plant genetics/genomics as evident from high quality publications. Desirable expertise: Research experience in molecular markers in plant breeding; Mutation mapping and selection of plant varieties; QTL analysis, Cytogenetics; Genome-wide analysis for plant traits; or other emerging areas in Plant Genetics as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
32.SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)Associate Professor of Human GenomicsUnreservedM.Sc. in any branch of Biological Sciences with human genetics/genomics as a subject. The faculty member would be required to teach cancer biology/Genomics course for M.Sc./Ph.D.Ph.D. and post-doctoral research experience in the area of human genetics/human or vertebrate genomics as evident from high quality publications.   Desirable expertise: Research experience in any aspect of human genetics/human or vertebrate genomics as evident from high quality publications.A short research proposal outlining your future research plans must be submitted as part of the application. It would be expected that incoming faculty members develop new or complementary research areas to that currently being pursued in the School of Life Sciences.
33.SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)Associate ProfessorST (Backlog)The school intends to expand in the teaching and research areas of Inorganic, Organic, Physical, Theoretical and Polymer Chemistry as well as in the frontier areas of Laser Spectroscopy, Supramolecular Chemistry and X-ray Crystallography. However, outstanding candidates in all other areas of chemistry are encouraged to apply.
34.SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)Associate ProfessorSCProspective candidates with proven track record of high quality research work published in reputed peer reviewed international journals are encouraged to apply. Candidates should have Ph.D. degree in Pure Mathematics. Looking for candidates with specialization in any of the following areas: Topology (Algebraic and Differential), Geometry (Algebraic, Differential and Symplectic), Harmonic Analysis, Group Theory, Lie groups, Representation Theory, Complex Analysis of Several Variables. However, outstanding candidates in other areas of Pure Mathematics are welcome to apply.
35.SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)Associate ProfessorPH-OHProspective candidates with proven track record of high quality research work published in reputed peer reviewed international journals are encouraged to apply. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Pure Mathematics. Looking for candidates with specialization in any of the following areas: Topology (Algebraic and Differential), Geometry (Algebraic, Differential and Symplectic), Harmonic Analysis, Group Theory, Lie groups, Representation Theory, Complex Analysis of Several Variables. However, outstanding candidates in other areas of Mathematics are welcome to apply.
36.SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)Associate ProfessorSTSpecialisation: Quantum Information; Quantum Optics; Atomic and Molecular Physics.
37.SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialisation: Experimental Soft Condensed Matter Physics, Bio Physics, Complex Fluids
38.SCHOOL OF SANSKRIT AND INDIC STUDIES (SSIS)Associate ProfessorSTSpecialisation: Sanskrit Studies.
39.CENTRE FOR STUDY OF                  LAW                  & GOVERNANCE (CSLG)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialization in Critical Policy Studies/ Globalization and the Legal Order/ Globalization and the Neoliberal City/State, Law and Markets/Law, Culture and Society/ Law and Visual Culture/Law, Violence and Politics/Legal History/Sociology of Law. (The candidate should have a doctoral degree in Social Science or Law and Demonstrated Specialization in one or more of the above areas as demonstrated in high quality publications).
40.SPECIAL CENTRE FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE (SCMM)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)M.Sc & Ph.D in any discipline of Biological Sciences/Chemical Sciences; Or MBBS/MD/BVSc/MVSc degree with Ph.D. Degree.   Specialization: Synthetic Organic Chemistry/ Medicinal Chemistry/ Pharmacology/ Drug Development.   Desirable: Candidates with above degree with relevant post-doctoral experience in the above area(s) of Molecular Medicine as evidenced by excellent and consistent publication record in the relevant fields with strong motivation for teaching and research are encouraged to apply. Medical graduates having significant contribution in the above areas of research are highly encouraged to apply.
41.SPECIAL CENTRE FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE (SCMM)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Specialisation M.Sc & Ph.D. Anatomy & Physiology of Human body, Non- communicable diseases, Human Pathology, Human Genetics.   Desirable: Candidates with above degree with relevant post-doctoral experience in the above area(s) of Molecular Medicine as evidenced by excellent and consistent publication record in the relevant fields with strong motivation for teaching and research are encouraged to apply. Medical graduates having significant contribution in the above areas of research are highly encouraged to apply.
42.SPECIAL CENTRE FOR MOLELCULAR MEDICINE (SCMM)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialisation M.Sc in Physics/ Chemistry/ Biology/ Mathematics/ Bioinformatics/ Computational Biology/ Biophysics and a Ph.D in broad areas of Biophysics/Computational Biology.Candidate should have atleast 8 years of post- Ph.D research/ teaching experience. Candidate should have prior experience in teaching and designing courses on Computational Biology/ Structure Biology/Bimolecular simulation/ Biophysics/ Bioinformatics relevant to students pursuing M.Sc/Ph.D. One should have experience in designing and handling computer programming classes.   Desirable: Candidates with above degree with relevant post-doctoral experience in the above area(s) of Molecular Medicine as evidenced by excellent and consistent publication record in the relevant fields with strong motivation for teaching and research are encouraged to apply. Medical graduates having significant contribution in the above areas of research are highly encouraged to apply.
43.SPECIAL CENTRE FOR NANO                        SCIENCES (SCNS)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Ph.D. and Master Degree in Nano-chemistry.   Desirable: Applicant must have published extensively and consistently in the area of nanoscience and technology applied to experimental chemical sciences in high impact journals. Applicant must have completed or on-going at least one Major sponsored research project as Principal Investigator (PI) of amount of Rs. 20 Lakhs or above from any government agency.
44.SPECIAL CENTRE FOR NANO                        SCIENCES (SCNS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)Ph.D. and Master Degree in Nano Science/Nano Technology. Desirable: Applicant must have published extensively and consistently in the area of nanoscience in high impact journals. Applicant must have completed or on-going at least one Major sponsored research project as Principal Investigator (PI) of amount Rs. 20 Lakhs or above from any government agency.
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45.CENTRE FOR AFRICAN STUDIES (CAS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedMaster’s in Economics/History/SociologyPh.D. Sub-Saharan Africa with Ph.D. thesis on Energy Studies/Diaspora Studies.
46.CENTRE FOR CANADIAN, US & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CCUS&LAS)Associate Professor in US StudiesOBC (Backlog)M.A. in Social Sciences/ International Relations.Ph.D. in American Studies.   Desirable: Evidence of publications on various US Domestic issues and Politics.
47.CENTRE FOR CANADIAN, US & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CCUS&LAS)Associate Professor in Latin American StudiesSTM.A. in Social Sciences/ International Studies.Ph.D. in Latin American Studies.   Desirable: Evidence of research publication on Latin American or on Caribbean (LAC) region on government and politics, political economy, developmental processes, foreign policies and regional/ international relations.
48.CENTRE FOR CANADIAN, US & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CCUS&LAS)Associate Professor in US StudiesOBC (Backlog)M.A. in Social Sciences/International Studies.Ph.D. in American Studies.   Desirable: Evidence of research publications on various issues related to US Domestic Politics, Society, National Security and Foreign Policy.
49.CENTRE FOR CANADIAN, US & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CCUS&LAS)Associate Professor in Latin American StudiesSCM.A. in Social Science/International Studies;Ph.D. in Latin American Studies.   Desirable: Research publications on Latin America or on Caribbean (LAC) region on society and politics, environmental and energy politics, social movements, Indian Diaspora, developmental processes and/ or foreign policies.
50.CENTRE FOR CANADIAN, US & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CCUS&LAS)Associate Professor in Inter-American StudiesST (Backlog)M.A. in Social Science/International Studies;Ph.D. on a relevant aspect of Inter-American relations.   Desirable: Evidence of research publications on Inter-American relations.
51.CENTRE FOR COMPARATIVE POLITICS & POLITICAL THEORY (CCPPT)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Comparative Global Thought.
52.CENTRE FOR COMPARATIVE POLITICS & POLITICAL THEORY (CCPPT)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation: Comparative Politics and Political Thought of the Global South.
53.CENTRE FOR EAST ASIAN STUDIES (CEAS)Associate ProfessorSTPh.D. in Japanese Studies/Chinese Studies/Korean Studies.M.A. in Social Sciences/International relations.
54.CENTRE FOR EAST ASIAN STUDIES (CEAS)Associate ProfessorSCPh.D. in Japanese Studies/Chinese Studies/Korean Studies.M.A. in Social Sciences/International relations.
55.CENTRE FOR EAST ASIAN STUDIES (CEAS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedM.A. in Social Science: Political Science, History, Sociology and International Relations.Ph.D. in Japanese StudiesPublications in areas of Politics and Foreign Policy of Japan Desirable: Fieldwork in Japan and Knowledge of Japanese Language.
56.CENTRE                    FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES (CES)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)M.A. in Political Science/International Relations/Economics/History.Ph.D. in European Studies.   Desirable: Knowledge of one European language other than English.
57.CENTRE FOR INDO- PACIFIC STUDIES (CIPS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedMA in International Relations/ Defence and Security Studies/Security Studies.Ph.D. Southeast Asian Studies.   Desirable: Substantial Research Publications on Issues Related to Southeast Asia.
58.CENTRE FOR INDO- PACIFIC STUDIES (CIPS)Associate ProfessorSCMA Economics;Ph.D. in Economics.   Desirable: Research Publications on Economic Issues of Southeast Asia/ East Asia/ Indo-Pacific.
59.CENTRE FOR INDO- PACIFIC STUDIES (CIPS)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Southeast Asia and China/ Maritime Issues in the Indo-Pacific.   MA in Defence and Strategic Studies/Security Studies/International Relations;Ph.D. in Southeast Asian Studies.   Desirable: Substantial publications in the field of Southeast Asian Studies/Southeast Asia and the Changing Global Order/ Maritime Issues in the Indo-Pacific.
60.CENTRE FOR INNER ASIAN STUDIES (CIAS)Associate ProfessorSTSociety, Economy and Politics in Central Asian Republics.Excellent Academic Record in Social Sciences.Knowledge of any of the Central Asian/Russian languages.A good record of publication, teaching experience and research supervision.
61.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES (CILS)Associate Professor in International Air & Space LawSCLL.M and Ph.D. in International Law.Publications in reputed journals.Specialization in International Air & Space Law. Desirable: Supervision of guiding research at doctoral level.
62.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES (CILS)Associate Professor in International LawUnreservedLL.M and Ph.D. in International Law.Publications in reputed journals.Specialization in International Law of Organisation. Desirable: Supervision of guiding research at doctoral level.
63.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES (CILS)Associate Professor in International LawOBC (Backlog)LL.M and Ph.D. in International Law.Publications in reputed journals.Specialization in International Environmental Law.   Desirable: Supervision of guiding research at doctoral level.
64.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES (CILS)Associate Professor in International LawPH-VHLL.M and Ph.D. in International Law.Publications in reputed journals.Specialization in International Criminal Law. Desirable: Supervision of guiding research at doctoral level.
65.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, ORGANISATION AND DISARMAMENT (CIPOD)Associate Professor in Political GeographySTStrong background in political geography with high quality research/publications in critical geopolitics and/or border studies.
66.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE & DEVELOPMENT (CITD)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Macroeconomic Theory/Open Economy Macroeconomics/ Theory of International Trade/ Econometrics/ Mathematical Economics.
67.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE & DEVELOPMENT (CITD)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation: Macroeconomic Theory/Open Economy Macroeconomics/Theory of International Trade/ Econometrics/Mathematical Economics.
68.CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE & DEVELOPMENT (CITD)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Macroeconomic Theory/Open Economy Macroeconomics/Theory of International Trade/ Econometrics/Mathematical Economics.
69.CENTRE FOR RUSSIAN & CENTRAL ASIAN STUDIES (CR&CAS)Associate ProfessorOBCM.A. in Social Science/ International Studies and Ph.D. in Soviet/ Post Soviet Studies.Working knowledge of Russian Language.Publication in relevant field.
70.CENTRE FOR RUSSIAN & CENTRAL ASIAN STUDIES (CR&CAS)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)M.A. in Social Science/ International Studies and Ph.D. in Soviet/ Post Soviet Studies.Working knowledge of Russian Language.Publication in relevant field.
71.CENTRE FOR RUSSIAN & CENTRAL ASIAN STUDIES (CR&CAS)Associate ProfessorSCM.A. in Social Science/ International Studies and Ph.D. in Soviet/ Post Soviet Studies.Working knowledge of Russian Language.Publication in relevant field.
72.CENTRE FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES (CSAS)Associate ProfessorOBCM.A. in any of the Social SciencesPh.D. in South Asian Studies.
73.CENTRE FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES (CSAS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)M.A. in Political Science/International RelationsPh.D. in Political development/ constitution and ethnical in Pakistan Desirable: Any official language spoken in Pakistan.
74.CENTRE     FOR     WEST ASIAN STUDIES (CWAS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)Ph.D. in West Asian StudiesSpecialization in Culture/Politics/ Society/ History.   Desirable: Knowledge of any language of the region.
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75.CENTRE OF ARABIC AND AFRICAN STUDIES (CAAS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialization: Modern Arabic Language and Literature.
76.CENTRE OF ARABIC AND AFRICAN STUDIES (CAAS)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Specialization: Arabic Language & Literature.
77.CENTRE FOR CHINESE AND SOUTH EAST ASIAN STUDIES (CCSEAS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)Desirable: History of Chinese Literature/Translation and Interpretation for M.A. Chinese.Advanced studies for a year or two in any Chinese University.
78.CENTRE FOR ENGLISH STUDIES (CES)Associate ProfessorSTSpecialization: 17th/18th/19th Century British Literature. Ph.D. in the advertised area.   Desirable: 1 Monograph
79.CENTRE FOR ENGLISH STUDIES (CES)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialization: Marginality Studies/ Subaltern Writings/ American Literature. Ph.D. in the advertised area.   Desirable: 1 Monograph
80.CENTRE FOR FRENCH & FRANCOPHONE STUDIES (CFFS)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Ph.D. thesis written in French language in the following areas of Specialization: Literature/                   Translation   &                   Interpretation/                   Didactics/                   Linguistics/                   Culture         & Civilization.
81.CENTRE FOR FRENCH & FRANCOPHONE STUDIES (CFFS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedPh.D. thesis written in French language in the following areas of Specialization: Literature/ Translation & Interpretation/ Didactics/ Linguistics/ Culture & Civilization.
82.CENTRE OF GERMAN STUDIES (CGS)Associate ProfessorSCSpecializations: German as a Foreign LanguageGerman LiteratureTranslation Studies in GermanGerman Culture & CivilizationGerman Linguistic
83.CENTRE OF GERMAN STUDIES (CGS)Associate ProfessorPH-VHSpecializations: German as a Foreign LanguageGerman LiteratureTranslation Studies in GermanGerman Culture & CivilizationGerman Linguistics
84.CENTRE FOR INDIAN LANGUAGES (CIL)Associate Professor in BanglaOBCAs per essential qualifications.
85.CENTRE FOR INDIAN LANGUAGES (CIL)Associate Professor in UrduUnreservedAs per essential qualifications.
86.CENTRE FOR INDIAN LANGUAGES (CIL)Associate Professor in UrduSCAs per essential qualifications.
87.CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES (CJS)Associate ProfessorST (Backlog)As     per     the     UGC         Regulations  with         specialization            in         Translation Studies/Interpretation/Japanese Modern Literature/Language Pedagogy.   Desirable: Atleast one year study and research in Japan in any of the relevant fields.Experience of teaching post-graduate courses in a recognised university.
88.CENTRE FOR KOREAN STUDIES (CKS)Associate ProfessorSCPh.D. in any one of the following from a recognized University: Korean LanguageKorean Literature.
89.CENTRE FOR KOREAN STUDIES (CKS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)Ph.D. in any one of the following studies from a recognized University: Korean LanguageKorean LiteratureKorean Culture.
90.CENTRE FOR LINGUISTICS (CL)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialization: Sociolinguistics/ Field Linguistics/ Semantics and Pragmatics/ Discourse Analysis/ NLP/ Computational Linguistics.
91.CENTRE FOR LINGUISTICS (CL)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialization: Sociolinguistics, Field Linguistics, Semantics and Pragmatics,    Discourse                     Analysis,                     NLP,                     Computational                     Linguistic/Any               other specialization in Linguistics.
92.LINGUISTIC EMPOWERMENT CELL (LEC)Associate ProfessorUnreservedM.A. in English/Linguistics and Ph.D. in ELT or Applied Linguistics & Language Pedagogy.   Desirable: Training and Research publications in the area of Applied Linguistics and Language Pedagogy.
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93.CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)Associate ProfessorEWSSpecialisation: Any area in Economics including Economic Theory, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, Environmental Economics and Economic History.
94.CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation: Any area in Economics including Economic Theory, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, Environmental Economics and Economic History.
95.CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialisation: Any area in Economics including Economic Theory, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, Environmental Economics and Economic History.
96.CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)Associate ProfessorSCSpecialisation: Any area in Economics including Economic Theory, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, Environmental Economics and Economic History.
97.CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Any area in Economics including Economic Theory, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, Environmental Economics and Economic History.
98.CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)Associate ProfessorPH-VHSpecialisation: Any area in Economics including Economic Theory, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, Environmental Economics, Economic History, Economics of Health, Experimental Economics, Macroeconomics.
99.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation in Social History of Medieval India with demonstrated capacity for using Persian language sources.
100.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Specialization in Modern Indian History (with a capacity to teach courses on countries other than India/Comparative History).
101.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialization in Modern Indian History.
102.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)Specialisation in Ancient Indian History/Medieval Indian History/South Asian Archaeology.
103.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation in Modern Indian History and Contemporary Indian History.
104.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation in Modern Indian History and Contemporary Indian History.
105.CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)Associate ProfessorSTSpecialisation     in Ancient Indian History/Early Medieval Indian History/South Asian Archaeology.
106.CENTRE FOR MEDIA STUDIES (CMS)Associate ProfessorSTCandidates should have Ph.D. in Social Sciences relevant to Media Studies.
107.CENTRE FOR MEDIA STUDIES (CMS)Associate ProfessorOBC (Backlog)Candidate should have PhD in Social Sciences, relevant to media studies.Specialization in (a) Media Theory, (b) Media and Economy, (c) History of Media (Photography, Documentary, Television.)Candidates with published work of repute would be preferred.Research publication should be in the field of media studies.
108.CENTRE FOR PHILOSOPHY (CP)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Any area of Philosophy.
109.CENTRE FOR POLITICAL STUDIES (CPS)Associate ProfessorSTSpecialisation: Contemporary Political Theory.
110.CENTRE FOR POLITICAL STUDIES (CPS)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Comparative Political Theory.
111.CENTRE FOR POLITICAL STUDIES (CPS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation: Politics of Gender.
112.CENTRE FOR SOCIAL MEDICINE AND COMMUNITY HEALTH (CSMCH)Associate ProfessorST (Backlog)Research and publication in relevant area; Specializations: (a) Epidemiology (b) Political Economy of Health, Health Systems Research (c) Health, Nutrition and Development Policy Analysis (d) Health Programmes and Policy Studies (e) Health Technology Assessment (f) Health and Human Rights.
113.CENTRE FOR STUDIES IN SCIENCE POLICY (CSSP)Associate ProfessorOBCAn eminent scholar with good academic record with a Ph.D. Degree in Science policy or related discipline;   Desirable (Candidates should be specialised in at least one or two of the following areas): Philosophy of science/technologyScience, technology and innovation StudiesTechnology foresights/data analytics toolsTechnology and sustainabilityPublic understanding of science/ Science communication
114.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CSRD)Associate Professor                       in Human/Physical GeographyOBCMaster’s in Geography with minimum 55% marks/equivalent grade in post graduation.Ph.D. in any branch of human/physical geography.
115.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CSRD)Associate ProfessorUnreservedMaster’s     in PopulationStudies/Demography/Geography/Statistics/Sociology /Anthropology. Ph.D. in Population Studies/Health and child development/Ageing/marriage and family demography/gender.
116.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CSRD)Associate Professor in Human/ Economic/ Health GeographyUnreservedMaster’s in Geography with minimum 55% marks/equivalent grade.Ph.D. on issues pertaining to study of social/ economic infrastructure in the context of regional development.
117.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS (CSSS)Associate ProfessorOBCSpecialisation: Occupational Mobility/ Social Stratification.
118.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS (CSSS)Associate ProfessorPH-OHSpecialisation: Sociology/ Anthropology of Popular culture.
119.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS (CSSS)Associate ProfessorEWSSpecialisation: Sociology /Family /Kinship/Marriage.
120.CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS (CSSS)Associate ProfessorUnreservedSpecialisation: Sociology of Diaspora.
121.CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES (CWS)Associate ProfessorOBCPh.D. in Social Science/Humanities.Minimum 8 years experience in Gender Studies. Desirable: Teaching/research experience and publications in the relevant area will be given additional weightage.
122.ZAKIR HUSAIN CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDIES (ZHCES)Associate ProfessorUnreservedM.A. in HistoryPh.D. in Modern History Desirable: Evidence of research in terms of publications in reputed journals in the areas of History of Education, Social History of Knowledge.
123.ZAKIR HUSAIN CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDIES (ZHCES)Associate ProfessorUnreservedM.A. in Political SciencePh.D. in Political Economy of Education Desirable: Evidence of research in terms of publications in reputed journals in the areas of Education Policy, governance and politics of education.
124.ZAKIR HUSAIN CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDIES (ZHCES)Associate ProfessorEWSM.A. in PhilosophyPh.D. in Philosophy of Education Desirable: Evidence of research in terms of publications in reputed journals in the areas of Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Sciences and Social Sciences.
125.ZAKIR HUSAIN CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDIES (ZHCES)Associate ProfessorOBCM.A. in EconomicsPh.D. in Economics with a specialization in Economics of Education Desirable: Evidence of research in the form of book(s) published by reputed publishers and/ or articles published in reputed journals in the area of economics of education covering areas such as labour economics, public finance, development economics, economics of science and technology.
126.GROUP OF ADULT EDUCATION (GAE)Associate ProfessorSC (Backlog)Specialization: Adult Education (AE) and Lifelong Learning (LLL): National and International Perspectives Sub-themes under main specialization: History of AE & LLL in India;AE & LLL: Policy Perspectives & Practices- national and international;AE& LLL: Theories, Methods and Perspectives of Transnational and Comparative Education and LLL;Basic Adult Education & Literacy: Teaching & Learning Approaches;International & Comparative Studies in AE & LLL: Policy and Management;Research and Innovations in AE & LLL: Competencies related to management, quality, creativity, innovation and leadership;Technology Enhanced Learning – Theory and Practice; ICT and E-learningProfessionalization of AE & LLL;Continuing Professional Education.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

  • The eligible and interested persons are required to apply online in the format available on the University website https://www.jnu.ac.in/career under ‘Teaching’ tab. Only online applications will be accepted.
    • Applicants are requested to kindly upload the photograph, scanned copies of all certificates, marksheets, evidence of teaching, research, forwarding of application through proper channel/NOC from the employer, M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D, NET certificates, copies of reprints of published articles, certificate containing the record of date of birth, caste certificate, etc.

3.      Incomplete application form without scanned signatures and other documents shall be summarily rejected. University shall not entertain any correspondence in case of incomplete information and evidences.

  • The University reserves the right to:
    • Draw panel(s) for future appointment(s) in the event of non-joining of candidate(s) within the stipulated time.
    • Conduct interview through Online/Offline Mode or both.
    • Not to fill up any of the advertised position(s).
    • No correspondence regarding consideration of late applications will be entertained.
    • Qualifications and other conditions applicable are subject to UGC regulations 2018.
    • (a) The period spent by the candidates to acquire M.Phil and/or Ph.D. Degree shall not be considered as research experience.

(b) As per the UGC Communication dated 1 March, 2016, a certificate from the employer has to be submitted mentioning that the period of active service spent on pursuing Research Degree i.e. for acquiring Ph.D. degree simultaneously without taking any kind of leave may be counted as teaching experience for the purpose of direct recruitment/promotion to the post of Associate Professor and above.

  • Relaxation in educational qualifications, experience, age, etc. to the reserved category candidates will be permissible as per UGC/Government of India rules.
    • SC/ST Caste Certificate issued to the candidate by the competent authority should be in the format prescribed by Government of India for thispurpose.
    • The candidates applying under PwD Category are required to submit the Disability Certificate issued by the competent authority in the format prescribed by Government of India for this purpose.
    • The Reservation to OBC candidates shall be applicable as per the directives of the Government of India amended from time to time. Candidates shall upload recent OBC caste certificates issued from a competent authority particularly with reference to non-creamylayer.

The candidate who are not in the Central list of OBC shall not apply for the post(s) reserved for OBC and if at any stage, it is found that the OBC certificate is not valid, the candidature shall stand cancelled and appointment made, if any, shall be terminated with immediate effect without any further notice.

  • The Reservation to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) candidates shall be applicable as per Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Persons, DoPT OM No. 36039/1/2019-Estt. (Res.) dated 31 January, 2019. The benefit of reservation under EWS can be availed upon production of an Income and Asset Certificate issued by competent authority, as per the above mentioned DoPT OM dt. 31.1.2019, as candidate’s claim belonging to EWS. Candidate shall upload the copy of EWS certificate in the application form.

The candidate who do not belong to EWS category shall not apply for the post(s) reserved for EWS and if at any stage, it is found that the EWS certificate is not valid, the candidature shall stand cancelled and appointment made, if any, shall be terminated with immediate effect without any further notice.

  • The prescribed essential qualifications are the minimum and the mere possession of the same does not entitle candidates to be called for interview. Where the number of applications received in response to an advertisement is large and it will not be convenient or possible to interview all the candidates, the University, at its discretion, may restrict the number of candidates to a reasonable limit on the basis of qualifications/experience higher than the minimum prescribed in the advertisement.
  • Advt. No., Post number and post applied for should be clearly indicated in the online application form. Candidates must ensure the same before applying online.
    • Separate online Application Form is required to be filled up for each post to be accessed from JNU website www.jnu.ac.in.
    • (a) Those already in Government/Autonomous/PSU service should submit scanned copy of the forwarding of application through proper channel, while applying for the posts and those who do not submit the same while applying will be informed in the interview letter, for submisssion of the same before appearing in the interview.

(b) Those who do not forward their application through proper channel will not be entitled for counting of past service/pay protection. The counting of past service/pay protection shall be regulated as per rules in force.

  1. (a) Candidates applying for various faculty positions should go through the essential qualifications and other instructions carefully before applying and also upload scanned copies of all evidences in support of their claims.

(b) Research Score for journals may be claimed on the basis of whether papers are published in refereed journals or other reputed journals as per UGC Regulations 2018.

  • The eligibility of the candidates will be determined on the basis of qualifications/ experience/publications etc. acquired by them upto the last date fixed for receipt of online applications.
    • The University reserves the right to modify/withdraw/cancel any communication made to the candidate(s) at any stage in the process of selection in case any inadvertent mistake is detected even after issue of appointment letter.
    • The University shall verify the antecedents or documents submitted by a candidate at any time of appointment or during the tenure of the service. In case, it is detected that the documents submitted by the candidates are fake or the candidate has undesirable/ clandestine antecedents and has suppressed any information, then his/her service shall be terminated.
    • The University reserves the right to alter/insert any corrections/additions in the advertisement/website in the event of any typographical error etc. before the last date prescribed for the receipt of applications, for which the candidates are advised to be in the lookout for announcements in the website: https://jnu.ac.in/career under ‘Teaching’ tab.
    • The applicants are requested to submit the application online along with all the prescribed documents/evidences within the time line.
    • An undertaking to be given by the candidate mentioning that „the publications submitted by them are free from any plagiarism and if any plagiarism is found later, their candidature/selection shall stand rejected/cancelled‟.
    • As per the UGC communication dated 21st September 2016, “if the M.Phil/Ph.D. degree is awarded by a Foreign University, the Indian Institution considering such a degree shall refer the issue to a Standing Committee constituted by the concerned institution for the purpose of determining the equivalence of the degree awarded by the foreign University”.
    • No request for change of post(s) and update of new information in the application form will be entertained once application is submitted successfully.
    • Only SMS alert/Email shall be sent for calling the shortlisted candidates for interview.
    • The advertisement and online application form shall be uploaded on the JNU website and the last date for submission of applications completed in all respects, shall be 30 August, 2022 (5.30 PM).

Application Fee

  • There is an application fee of ₹ 2000/- (Non-Refundable) from candidates belonging to General, OBC and EWS Category.
  • There is no application fee for SC/ST/PwD and women candidates.

(iii)         Interested candidates who have applied earlier for teaching position(s) vide Advt. No. RC/61/2019, will have to apply afresh. However, FEE will be exempted for only those candidates who applied for vacant post of the same Centre/School as in earlier Advt. No. RC/61/2019.

  • Candidates who fail to apply afresh will have no claim whatsoever for consideration for the post(s) applied earlier vide Advt. No. RC/61/2019 and no request for refund of FEE paid will be entertained.
Important Instructions

• The eligible and interested applicants should apply online in the format available on the University website. Applications will be accepted online only.

• The crucial date for determining the eligibility on the basis of qualifications/experience/publications etc. shall be reckoned the last date of submission of online application.

• Any corrigendum/addendum shall be posted only on the University website.

• This advertisement & further recruitment process will be subject to any clarifications from MoE/UGC or any other competentauthority.

• For any Enquiry, please contact:- Advertisement related matters – 011-26704052 or [email protected]

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