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    How are the lecturers appointed in respect of those subjects on which NET is not held?


    Do you want to know how candidates are selected for JRF and lectureship on subjects for which NET is not held? Check out the answers from the experts

    We know that National Eligibility Test (NET) is held twice every year to select candidates for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and lectureship. Now NET is held on 95 subjects. In respect of these 95 subjects, NET is held and candidates are selected for JRF and lectureship.

    However, there are certain subjects on which NET is not held. Home Science, Tibetan and Korean languages are three subjects which are taught in colleges and universities but NET is not held in respect of these subjects.

    I would like to know how candidates are selected for JRF and lectureship on those subjects on which NET is not held.

    Experts may kindly give specific reply.
  • #141477
    I discussed this point with my lecturer friends.
    Even in many government colleges the local management will appoint some lecturers on temporary basis for many subjects. They may not be getting UGC scales. They will be paid on hourly basis. Even for common subjects like maths physics and chemistry also this practice is there.
    Another concept is Guest lecturers. Qualified people having different experience can be appointed as lecturer by local management for a pre decided period.

    The same method can be used for all subjects.

    drrao
    always confident


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