Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Public Administration

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Profile:

Indian Institute of Public Administration was established under the Government of India as a forefront of capacity building for good governance and civil society. It was established as a premier institute which is responsible for the promotion for the study of public administration. The major objective behind the establishment of the institute was to provide an organisation that should train persons in the discipline, art and practice of administration.

Job Profile:

Candidates are invited to apply for the posts of Associate Professor and Assistant Professor in Indian Institute of Public Administration.

Eligibility:

Candidates should not be more than the prescribed maximum age limit set for the posts specified.

Educational Qualification:

Candidates are required to a post graduate for applying for the posts of Associate Professor and Assistant Professor in Indian Institute of Public Administration.

No. of posts: No information is available about the number of posts.

Pay Scale:

Associate Professor: Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade Pay of Rs. 5400.
Assistant Professor: Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade Pay of Rs. 5400.

Selection Process:

Eligible candidates will be selected by the selection committee through the means of a competitive written examination and a personal interview test.

How to apply: Candidates should send the complete application form to the prescribed address:

Registrar,
Indian Institute of Public Administration,
I.P. Estate, Ring Road,
New Delhi - 110002.

Contact Details:

Indian Institute of Public Administration,
I.P. Estate, Ring Road,
New Delhi - 110002.

Last date for the reciept of application: 20 November 2010

For more information visit http://www.iipa.ernet.in

 
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