Calicut University Recruitment 2015 – Calicut University online applications forms are invited for the recruitment of Teaching Job vacancies. Calicut University latest notifications or syllabus, answers keys will be available at under the career recruitment tab.
Important Dates for Calicut University Teaching Post’s Advertisement notification 2015
    Teaching Vacancies in Calicut University (Calicut University)
  • Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 13/May/2015.
  • Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 18/May/2015.

Calicut University Recruitment 2015

  • Total No. of Posts: 32
  • Post Name: Assistant Professors
  • Max Age:  40 years
  • Pay Scale: Rs.15, 600-39,100/-
Eligibility Qualification: Graduate and Masters level with 55 % marks/Ph.D. Degree
  • Selection / Recruitment Process: will be Interview Performance skills only.
Calicut University Admit Card Hall Ticket for Teaching Jobs:  Download Roll Number from on before 15 Days from the Exam date from.

How to Apply in Calicut University

Calicut University online application form or go for Calicut University Syllabus, answers keys and previous year’s papers.


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