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    Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    I have completed my MBA(HR) with 53% marks and qualified UGC NET exam, I have SC reservation, and have total six years of teaching experience and also completed (written exam - part - 1 )MPHIL from S.V.university with 58%, and have one article published in National journal. Can anyone tell me whether iam eligible for Assistant professor post in University in business Management dept.

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    Re: Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    as you have mentioned you are clearly eligible for the the posts. but in addition to that you should have to clear the college service commission examination.

    after getting merit listed on the above mentioned examination you will be called for personal interview

    and after cracking the interview you will be shortlisted and then you can join as assistant professor.

    the age limitation is 30yrs.

    the salary will be around 22000/- per month depending upon your designation.

    best of luck..

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    Re: Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    hello all,
    i have done mba with 86% mark and have 6 months experience before joining mba..
    Am i eligible for faculty position..
    Kindly reply..

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    Re: Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    As you have mentioned you are clearly eligible for the posts, But in addition to that you should have to clear the college service commission examination.

    after getting merit listed on the above mentioned examination you will be called for personal interview

    and after cracking the interview you will be shortlisted and then you can join as assistant professor.

    the age limitation is 30yrs.

    the salary will be around 20000/- per month depending upon your designation.

    all the best!!!



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    Re: Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    Eligibility for the Assistant professor :

    Educational Qualification:
    1. you should be passed the good academic record with atleast 55% marks .
    2. And you should be passed the master degree with good grade.
    3.You have to passed the NET exam with qualified exam.

    age limit: age must be below the 32 years.

    You should be qualify the Interview for the get the job post .

    and after these qualification you can apply for the job in any government and private collages..

    best of luck !

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    Re: Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    i am 58% mba passed what should i do to become teacher in management college

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    Re: Eligibility for Assistant professor post having 53% in MBA(HR), UGC NET qualified, SC reservation, completed M.Phil part 1 and 6 years teaching experience?

    Hi i have completed my MBA with 68% marks n qualified UGC NET. how can i apply for teaching jobs in govt colleges or pvt colleges, and with which profile?

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