Teaching Jobs vacancy notification announced by the University of Calicut, Kerala for the post of Assistant Professor for 2023-2024 academic year. Eligible candidates may attend the Walk-in.
College Profile: The University of Calicut is the largest University in Kerala. Established in the year 1968, it is the second university to be set up in Kerala. The University aims to nurture excellence in education and research in its catchment areas of Northern Kerala, historically consigned to the periphery of Kerala’s academic map. The University lays its emphasis on fostering quality human resources and promoting productive research that benefits both local communities and wider humanity. The University was created through a Government plan bifurcating Kerala University.
- Assistant Professor
Employment Type: Contract
- Theatre Arts- Lighting
- Theatre Arts- Multimedia
- MTA with 55% marks or equivalent grade.
- NET/Ph.D. in Theatre Arts
- The candidate should be completed a UG/PG/Ph.D in the relevant discipline with good academic records.
- The candidate should have excellent communication
- Candidates should be passionate towards teaching and guiding students
- The candidate should have good research record
Remuneration: Rs.1700/-per session of one and half hours, subject to a maximum of Rs.42,000/-
Job Location: Kerala
Apply Mode: Walk-in
Walk-in Date: 7th June 2023
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How to Apply: Candidates with the required qualifications are requested to attend the Walk-in on 7th June 2023.
- Only those who satisfy the required qualification need to appear for the walk-in interview
- Preference will be given to experienced candidates.
- The candidates have to bring original certificates along with one set of photocopies for verification purposes at the time of interview.
- Those who have qualified from Universities of other states shall produce equivalency certificates issued by the University of Calicut.
School of Drama and Fine Arts,
University of Calicut,
Dr. John Matthai Centre,
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