Women’s Education Board hiring 1400 guest faculty posts, Sept 3 last date

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New Delhi, August 16: The Board of Non-Collegiate Women’s Education, affiliated to the University of Delhi, is hiring 1400 teachers as guest faculty at its 26 graduate and 1 post-graduate centers.

Therefore, applications have been sought from eligible candidates for the academic session 2020-21. The last date for filling the online application form is September 3 2020. For submitting online forms, you can upload and submit the form by visiting the website of the board – www.ncweb.du.ac.in and DU website.

Aurobindo College Centre in-charge of Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board Prof Hansraj ‘Suman’ informed on Sunday that applications for teachers as guest faculty for non-collegiate board for the academic session 2020-21 have been made available, which is a golden opportunity for young teachers. Every year the non-collegiate academic session started in August but due to Covid-19 will start late this year.

Prof Suman said, the process of admission to non-collegiate begins only after the second / third list of admission to regular colleges is released. This time the admission process can begin in the last week of September. This year, there will be an increase in the number of teachers at the board’s 26 centres. This increase will hike the number of teachers due to increase in the seats of girls by giving 10% reservation to EWS last year. Additional 6โ€“7 teachers will be placed at these centres.

โ€œThis year about 1400 guest teachers are expected to be placed in non-collegiate. These guest teachers are taken category wise from the ad hoc panel made in different departments. The board then sends them all by sending appointment letters to their 26 centres. Each teacher receives two classes at the Saturday, Sunday Centre. In this way, there are 25 days in one semester and 25 days in the second semester,โ€ Professor told.

She further added, last year, girls’ B.A. (Program) and B.Com (program) had increased seats by 10 percent. This time, with the increase of 15 percent and 25 percent seats, it is possible to appoint about 1400 teachers if the seats of girls and teachers increase.

She has told that those EWS teachers will get the most benefit on the increased seats due to EWS. Each department has formed a separate panel of teachers of EWS quota this time. Those registered teachers are appointed in the same panel.