Associate Professor & Assistant Professor Vacancies in DU DU Recruitment 2015 – DU (Delhi University) released the jobs notification for 473 Associate Professor & Assistant Professor recruitment 2015.

DU Vacancy / Recruitment details:

Post Name Vacancies Pay Scale
Professor 78 posts Rs. 37400-67000, AGP 10000/-
Associate Professor 162 posts Rs. 37400-67000, AGP 9000/-
Assistant Professor 233 posts Rs. 15600-39100, AGP 6000/-
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Apply one before the Last Date of Receipt Application Form: 03/06/2015
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