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UGC Recruitment 2021: Big Update: UGC has released vacancies for NET qualified candidates, will get salary up to 80,000

UGC Recruitment 2021: There is an important update for the candidates who are looking for jobs after clearing the NET exam. University Grants Commission has released the vacancy for the candidates who have qualified the NET Exam with First Division in Master’s Degree in any discipline. UGC, New Delhi has invited applications for the post of Academic Consultant. This recruitment will be on contract basis. So all the candidates who are eligible and interested in this post can apply for Academic Consultant. To apply, candidates have to apply online by visiting the official website www.ugc.ac.in/jobs. Whereas the last date for submission of application is 31 October 2021.




According to the notification issued by the UGC, the probation period for this job is at least six months. Also, it can be increased based on performance review. At the same time, UGC reserves the right to terminate the service at any time without assigning any reason. At the same time, the maximum age of the candidates applying for this post should not be more than 35 years. However, reserved category candidates will be given relaxation as per government rules. The selection of candidates for this post will be done on the recommendation of a selection committee. For more information related to this recruitment process, candidates have to visit the official website www.ugc.ac.in/jobs.

This will be the salary

According to the notification issued by the UGC, the candidates applying for this post will be given a salary of Rs 70000-80000.

It is worth noting that in addition to this recruitment, UGC has recently issued an important notification regarding the recruitment of Assistant Professor. According to this, the candidates applying for the post of Assistant Professor from July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2023 will not be required to have a PhD. The commission took this decision due to the halt of research work due to the epidemic Kovid-19 which came last year.

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