Delhi University invited application for Guest Faculty across its various Constituent Colleges

Delhi University announced opening for Assistant Professor on Guest/ Ad- Hoc basis across its 13 constituent colleges in various subjects. Read to find more information

Created On: Jan 11, 2013 15:59 IST

Delhi University announced recruitment of Assistant Professor on Guest/ Ad- Hoc basis across its 13 constituent colleges in various subjects. Eligible candidates can appear for the interview along with their CV and certificate/ testimonials as mentioned in the individual notification of these websites.

Colleges will conduct interviews as per the schedule mentioned below.



Date and Time

Maharaja Agrasen College

English, Computer Science and Physics

15 January 2013 (11 am, 12 noon and 2 pm respectively)

Ram Lal Anand College (Evening)

Commerce, Computer Science and English

16 January 2013 (2.30 pm and 3 pm); 17 January 2013 (2.30 pm)

Sri Aurobindo College


18 January 2013 (submit applications)

Lakshmibai College


14 January 2013 (11 am)

Zakir Hussain Delhi College

Chemistry, Economics, Zoology

14 January (10.30 am), 15 January (11 am), 16 January (11 am)

Mata Sundri college for Women


17 January 2013 (2.30 pm)

Satyawati College


14 January 2013 (11 am)

PGDAV College


15 January 2013 (submit applications)

Swami Shraddhanand College


15 January 2013 (12 noon)

PGDAV College (Evening)

Commerce Department

16 January 2013 (4.30 pm)

Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College

Commerce Department

15 January 2013 (10 am)

Motilal Nehru College

Computer Science and Commerce

14 January and 15 January 2013 (10.30 am)

Dyal Singh College


12 January 2013 (10 am)

Candidates who have cleared NET (National Eligibility Test) or those who have obtained PhD as per UGC Regulations/ latest guidelines can appear for the interview. They should go through the individual websites of these colleges and get details about the category of the candidates that are invited for the interview.

The University of Delhi was established in 1922 as a unitary, teaching and residential university by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly. Popularly known as DU, it offers courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels.