Delhi School of Journalism DU Recruitment 2019: Delhi School of Journalism DU has issued a notification for recruitment to the publish of Assistant Professor. Interested applicants can practice to the posts through the prescribed format on or earlier than 15 July 2019.
Last date for submission of utility: 15 July 2019
Delhi School of Journalism DU Vacancy Details
Assistant Professor – ninety-five Posts
Eligibility Criteria for Assistant Professor Posts
Educational Qualification: NET in Journalism /Mass Media and Mass Communication is obligatory to apply for the post.
How to apply for Delhi School of Journalism DU Recruitment 2019
Interested applicants can publish programs through e-mail to OSD, DSJ on electronic mail: [email protected] on or earlier than 15 July 2019. All applicants are required to carry their CV together with the self-attested copies of certificates at the day of Interview.
UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Result 2019: Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has released the preliminary result of Civil Judge Exam 2019. Candidates seemed inside the examination can download their result thru the official internet site of UKPSC.I.E.Ukpsc.Gov.In.
UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam 2019 become conducted on 26 May 2019 at diverse exam centers. All the ones who’ve certified in UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Exam 2019 are eligible to seem in UKPSC Civil Judge Mains Exam 2019.
Candidates can test UKPSC Civil Judge Prelims Cut-Off Marks at the reputable internet site. The fee will behavior UKPSC Civil Judge Mains Exam 2019 in the first week of September 2019 to recruit 30 vacancies in Junior Division.
ONGC Admit Card 2019: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) has launched the admit card for a talent check and test of documents for the post of Non Executives of Delhi in opposition to commercial number 8/2018 (R&P). Candidates can download they admit card before 10 July 2019 thru the legit website.
A few days returned, the organization has released ONGC Non-Executive CBT 2019 Result which becomes held from 27 March 2019 to 29 March 2019. Those applicants who have qualified CBT are eligible to appear in Document Verification and Skill Test for respective posts which are scheduled from 10 July 2019 to 13 July 2019 at Delhi.
Candidates can check ONGC Non-Executive PST/Skill Test 2019 Date and venue information over the admit card. Candidates are cautioned to hold their e-admit card and all files on the day of skill check and record verification spherical. Candidates can at once down load their ONGC Non-Executive Skill Test 2019 by means of clicking at the above hyperlink.
Surat Municipal Corporation Recruitment 2019: Surat Municipal Corporation has invited packages for recruitment to the publish of Associate Professor, Professor, Assistant Professor, and Tutor. Interested applicants can appear for stroll-in-interview on 17 July 2019. The heart of information literacy is contained within definitions used to describe it. Traditionally librarians have given ‘library induction’ or ‘library skills training’ in a limited role. Library users need to know where the catalog is, what the services are, and most importantly where the inquiry desk is. This is not to reduce the value of traditional library induction, but libraries and information are also changing. The provision of information through a library in a traditional form has gone through radical alterations. Already in most library and information organizations staffs are adjusting their services with the provision of new media and access to information provision within these organizations. Thus librarians are talking about social inclusion, opportunity, life-long learning, information society, and self-development.
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