University of Delhi hiring for 123 teaching posts

University of Delhi has released an official notification inviting all the interested, eligible candidates for admission to 123 Assistant Professor, Guest Faculty vacancies on adhoc basis.

All the eligible candidates are requested to apply through prescribed format latest by November 30.

Vacancy details:

Total posts: 123

Name of the post:

Assistant Professor

Break-up of posts:

General: 59

SC: 19

ST: 9

OBC: 33

PH: 3

Eligibility criteria:

Educational qualification:

All the candidates interested in applying need to possess a degree in Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) from a recognised university/institute.

Also, candidates should be National Eligibility Test (NET) qualified.

For more details, all the candidates are requested to check the official notification available at

Age limit:

Candidates need to check the official notification.

Selection process:

Selection of candidates will be done on the basis of performance in interview round.

How to apply:

  • Candidates need to apply through offline application mode only
  • Eligible candidates may send their application with all supporting documents to the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.

Important dates:

Last date for receipt of application: November 30

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