Bharati College Recruitment 2015 – Bharati College online applications forms are invited for the recruitment of Assistant Professor Job vacancies. Bharati College latest notifications or syllabus, answers keys will be available at under the career recruitment tab.
Important Dates for Bharati College Assistant Professor Post’s Advertisement notification 2015
  • Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 1/May/2015.

Bharati College Recruitment 2015

    Assistant Professor Vacancies in Bharati College (Bharati College)
  • Post Name: Assistant Professor
  • No. of Posts: 57
  • Qualification: are as per the University of Delhi/UGC norms
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 15600-39100 + G.P Rs. 6000/-
Selection / Recruitment Process: will be academic records and Interview.
Bharati College Admit Card Hall Ticket for Assistant Professor Jobs:  Download Roll Number from on before 15 Days from the Exam date from.

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