MP PSC 2014 August recruitment 1646 Assistant Professor Posts

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MP PSC 2014 August recruitment 1646 Assistant Professor PostsMP PSC 2014 August recruitment 1646 Assistant Professor Posts : Madhya Pradesh PSC invited Online Application for the post of 1646 Assistant Professor backlog and no Backlog vacancies. Apply Before from 21st July to 20th August 2014.


Name of Post:- Assistant Professor

Eligibility:- Post Graduate

Job Location:- Madhya Pradesh

Pay Scale:- Rs. 15600 – 39100/- Per Month

Last Date:- 20th August 2014

Hiring Process:- Written Test and Interview

Total no. of Posts:- 1646 Posts

Age Limit:- 21 to 44 Years

Qualification:- candidates have to Qualification prescribed by university Grant Commission from time to time. At the Post Graduate level there should be at least 55% marks provided that for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Candidates the Percentage of marks shall be 50% and passed National Eligibility Test (NET) or Madhya Pradesh State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) or PhD Degree Holder. National Eligibility Test (NET) shall be compulsory qualification for appointment as Assistant Professor for those who are having only post Graduate Degree.

Selection Procedure:- Selection will be on the basis on performance in written Exam and Personal Interview.

Application Fee:- Candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC category of Madhya Pradesh have to pay Rs. 90/- and Rs. 180/- for others and Outside residents of Madhya Pradesh along with processing charges of Rs. 40/- through Kiosk or Debit Card / Credit Card/ Net banking.

How to apply:- Candidates are required to apply online through MPPSC website, and 21st July 2014 to 20th August 2014.

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  1. Hello sir I am anubha i have completed PGDCA should i fill this job or not

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