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    How to get Govt. teaching job after MBA(DE), NET qualifying

    Done MBA in distance mode and are NET qualified? Find out from experts if you are eligible for a Government teaching job.

    I did my MBA in marketing from M.D.U. Rohtak Haryana with 70% , MBA mode was Distance Education as mentioned on my MBA marks sheet "MBA(DE).

    I was getting confused as I heard about that government universities/colleges are not considering the Distance Education candidates in after qualifying NET. So please confirm that a student who completed his MBA through distance education (as marked on marks sheet -MBA (DE) , may get the lecturer job or Asst. Prof. jobs in Indian universities/colleges without facing as above said related problems after qualifying UGC NET.

    I will appreciate for your kind guidance for the same.

    Warm Regards
    G Suman
  • #138778
    You did your MBA from Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. This University is recognised by UGC. The MBA degree offered through distance education by the University is recognised by Distance Educational Council (DEC). So, you are eligible to apply for any Government job including teaching in Govt. schools/colleges. Have no doubt about eligibility and recognition of the degree.
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  • #138808
    Since you have done your MBA from a recognised University namely Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak and your degree is recognised from Distance Education Council and hence there is no reason for you to be disqualified in the final selection provided you satisfy the Board of Interview with your satisfactory performance in the oral Interview.
    To be eligible for the lectureship, you have to qualify the UGC NET and then only you are eligible for the job of lectureship.
    So, without any fear, go ahead for the UGC NET examination.

  • #138879
    The answer is simple "Yes"

    Maharshi Dayananda University is recognized by University Grant Commission and the course offered by the university, either through regular classes or through distance mode, are approved for any entrance examination conducted on central level.

    UGC NET Exam is conducted twice in a year.The next exam is going to conduct on 22nd January.You have the opportunity so you can grab that.

    UGC NET Exam Selection Procedure for lectureship

    1.Candidates are required to obtain the minimum marks separately in paper1,2,3
    For general – 40% in paper 1,40% in paper 2 and 50% in paper 3
    For reserved – 35% in paper 1,35% in paper 2 and 40% in paper 3

    2. Among those a merit list be prepared subject wise and category wise
    3. Top 15 % students will be declared as NET qualified for eligible for assistant professor only
    4. A separate merit list be created from the net Qualified student for JRF

    Competition is tough so you have to work hard for it. You can also take the help of UGC NET Online Coaching or you can self prepare for this.

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