Assistant Professor/ Lecturer, System and Network Administrator, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies

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Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (SSCBS) was established in the year 1987 under the Government of India. The major objective behind the establishment of the college was to impart education in the fields of management and information technology. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies has established itself as a premier institution of the University of Delhi. The college was founded by the Delhi Administration on the initiation Ministry of Human Resources.

Job Profile:

Eligible Indian Nationals are invited to apply for the vacant faculty positions of Assistant Professor/ Lecturer and System and Network Administrator in Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. The posts of Assistant Professor are available in the Department of Business Studies and Department of Financial Studies. Candidates will be recruited on the post of System and Network Administrator purely on contract basic for a period of six months (likely to be extended as per the requirements of college).

Eligibility:

Interested candidates are required to strictly follow the age criteria set for the posts of Assistant Professor/ Lecturer and System and Network Administrator in Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. Canidates must have age more than the prescribed minimum age limit but less than the prescribed maximum age limit. Candidates falling under reserve categories may get relaxation in the upper age limit as per the rules of Government of India.

Educational Qualification:

Assistant Professor/Lecturer: Candidates are required to possess a good academic record with minimum 55% marks in aggregate at the Master’s degree level in the concerned subject or discipline from a recognized university. Candidates should also have qualified in the National Eligibility Test conducted by UGC, CSIR.

System and Network Administrator: MCA or B.Tech or B.E. or equivalent in the concerned discipline from a recognized university, is required for the post. Candidates must also possess minimum one year experience as System and Network Administrator.

No. of posts: Total 20 posts are available.

Assistant Professor/Lecturer: Only 19 posts are available.
(Department of Business Studies-11 and Department of Financial Studies-8)

System and Network Administrator: Only 1 post is available.

No. of posts:

Assistant Professor/Lecturer: Rs. 15600-39100 with a Grade Pay of Rs. 6000.
System and Network Administrator: Consolidated salary of Rs. 35000-45000 per month.

Selection Process:

Only eligible or shortlisted candidates will be allowed to appear in the Personal Interview test with the Selection Committee. Candidates are advised to perform well in the interview test for being considered at the time of final selections.

How to apply: Application form can be downloaded from the website of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. Application form complete in all respect and also in the prescribed format should reach to the below mentioned address on or before the last date. Application form should be accompanied by the self attested copies of certificate or testimonials.

Principal,
Shaheed Sukhdev College of Busienss Studies,
Vivek Vihar, Phase-II, Delhi - 110095.

Contact Details:

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Busienss Studies,
Vivek Vihar, Phase-II, Delhi - 110095.

Last date to apply: 30 March 2012

For more information visit http://sscbsdu.ac.in

 
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