Assistant professor recruitment is expected to be completed in the next year – Assistant professor recruitment is expected to be completed in the next year

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Sun May 23, 2021 9:21 PM IST

The hiring of assistant professors in the state’s private universities is not expected to be completed until next year. The Uttar Pradesh Higher Education Commission has proposed postponing the proposed May 26 written exam. The written exam is proposed in several steps, and the interview is to be carried out afterwards. This process takes seven to eight months. In such a situation, candidates may have to wait a long time for the hiring process to complete.A total of one position as assistant professor for geology under advertisement number 46 in the private universities and 2002 positions as assistant professor in 49 subjects under advertisement number 50 are to be filled. H. 2003 positions. The application process for this began on February 25th. Almost one lakh candidate applied. A written assistant professor recruitment test is conducted first, and then the successful candidates are interviewed for the written test. The written exam is supposed to be done in Prayagraj itself, while the number of candidates is quite high. In such a situation, a multi-step written exam is suggested.

The commission had proposed a written test from May 26, but now the test will not take place in time. After completing the application process, the commission did not determine the centers, so the commission must also determine the centers at the next written examination date. Approximately one lakh candidate must appear on the exam. In such a situation, a written exam is unlikely to be conducted until after the condition of the covid infection is completely normal. On the other hand, the competing students have filed an application with the High Court to extend the application date. Commission sources say a decision on the written test will only be taken after the matter is resolved.

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The hiring of assistant professors in the state’s private universities is not expected to be completed until next year. The Uttar Pradesh Higher Education Commission has proposed postponing the proposed May 26 written exam. The written exam is proposed in several steps, and the interview is to be carried out afterwards. This process takes seven to eight months. In such a situation, candidates may have to wait a long time for the hiring process to complete.

A total of one position as assistant professor for geology under advertisement number 46 in the private universities and 2002 positions as assistant professor in 49 subjects under advertisement number 50 are to be filled. H. 2003 positions. The application process for this began on February 25th. Almost one lakh candidate applied. A written assistant professor recruitment test is conducted first, and then the successful candidates are interviewed for the written test. The written exam is supposed to be done in Prayagraj itself, while the number of candidates is quite high. In such a situation, a multi-step written exam is suggested.

The commission had proposed a written test from May 26, but now the test will not take place in time. After completing the application process, the commission did not determine the centers, so the commission must also determine the centers at the next written examination date. Approximately one lakh candidate must appear on the exam. In such a situation, a written exam is unlikely to be conducted until after the condition of the covid infection is completely normal. On the other hand, the competing students have filed an application with the High Court to extend the application date. Commission sources say a decision on the written test will only be taken after the matter is resolved.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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