DU’s NCWEB invites applications for guest faculty posts at 26 UG, 1 PG teaching centre

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DU’s NCWEB invites applications for guest faculty posts at 26 UG, 1 PG teaching centre

DU’s NCWEB invites applications for guest faculty posts at 26 UG, 1 PG teaching centre

NCWEB : Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has called for applications from eligible candidates for appointment of guest faculty at 26 undergraduate (UG) and one postgraduate (PG) teaching centres for the academic year 2024-25. Candidates who fulfil the eligibility criteria will have to submit the application form by May 22.

The application structure for visitor workforce post has been facilitated on the authority site, ncweb.du.ac.in and DU entrance, du.ac.in. Qualified candidates ought to take note of that the enrollment will close 21 days from the date of declaration ie. May 22.

The board will soon issue the in-depth instructions for submitting applications for the guest faculty positions. Prior to filling the application structure for the enlistment, here are a few insights concerning the board.

Starting around 1944, DU’s NCWEB has been giving a stage to young lady understudies to take tests with extraordinary instructing, on Saturdays and Sundays, without going to standard classes. NCWEB’s UG courses will only accept female applicants who live in NCT Delhi. Right now, more than 24,000 have signed up for NCWEB.

DU’s NCWEB also provides 12 PG programmes namely MA/ MSc Mathematics, MA English, MA Hindi, MA History, MA Philosophy, MA Political Science, MA Bengali, MA Sanskrit, MA Urdu, MA Punjabi, MA Arabic, and MA Persian.

PG classes will be held at the Instructional exercise Building, Expressions Personnel, College of Delhi, North Grounds, the board informed.

In contrast to classroom instruction, students do not receive any written materials. A year contains fifty teaching days. For the UG understudies, classes are held from 9 am to 3:30 pm and will have 6 periods in a day.

“A significant benefit of the Non-University program of instructing is its minimal expense and usage of the current foundation of instructive organizations during Saturdays, Sundays and scholastic breaks. Educators of the College of Delhi and partnered Schools are deputed as visitor staff to show the Non-University understudies,” the board said.

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