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98 faculty positions at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Written By Ajit Kumar on Saturday, February 18, 2017 | 8:38 PM


JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY
NEW DELHI – 110067
Rolling Advt. No. RC/03/2017
A number of faculty positions at the level of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor are available in various Schools/Centres of the University. Candidates with good academic record,
teaching and research experience and working in related areas, are encouraged to apply. University
also solicits applications from candidates with research interests that are interdisciplinary. At present,
the number of vacancies at each level are as under:

                                  UR OBC Total
Professor                    34 __ 34
Associate Professor    38 __ 38
Assistant Professor     17 09 26
                       Total     89 09 98

For more details on Centre/School, Essential Qualification, Specializations etc. please visit JNU
website www.jnu.ac.in/career/ or contact Section Officer, Room No. 132, Recruitment Cell,
Administrative Block, JNU, New Delhi – 110067, Email: recruitment@mail.jnu.ac.in Candidates
are advised to visit the JNU website on monthly basis for vacancies in the Rolling advertisements.
The eligible and interested persons are required to apply online in the format available on the
University website. Applications will be accepted online only. The last date for the receipt of
application is 14 March, 2017 at 5:30 P.M.
Registrar
Jawaharlal Nehru University

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 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY
NEW DELHI-110067
ROLLING ADVT. NO. RC/03/2017
The JNU has openings for faculty positions at the level of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor
(Backlog vacancies for Unreserved and OBC category) in the areas of specialization as indicated against each. The posts
were advertised earlier vide Advt. No. RC/44/2012, RC/45/2013, RC/47/2014, RC/48/2014, RC/49/2014, RC/50/2015 &
RC/55/2015.
Candidates with good academic record, teaching/research experience and working in related areas of research are
encouraged to apply. University also solicits applications from candidates with research interests that are
interdisciplinary.
The essential qualifications/scales of pay for these positions will be as per the UGC Regulations, 2010, amended from
time to time.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
PROFESSOR
SCALE OF PAY: Rs. 37400-67000 (PB-4) AGP Rs. 10000
(i) An eminent scholar with Ph.D. qualification(s) in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline and published work of
high quality, actively engaged in research with evidence of published work with a minimum of 10
publications books and/or research/policy papers
(ii) A minimum of ten years of teaching experience in university/college, and/or experience in research at the
University/National level institutions/industries, including experience of guiding candidates for research at
doctoral level
(iii)Contribution to educational innovation, design of new curricula and courses, and technology-mediated teaching
learning process
(iv) A minimum score as stipulated in the Academic Performance Indicator (API) based Performance Based
Appraisal System (PBAS), as set out in the Regulation, 2010.
(v) Consolidated API scores of 400 points is required from Categories II & III of APIs (Cumulative) alongwith
other specified eligibility qualifications stipulated in the Regulations 2010, as amended vide UGC Gazette
notification dated 11.07.2016. Interview criterion, out of 100 points, shall be as follows:
a) Academic Background 20%
b) Research Performance based on API score and quality of publications 40%
c) Assessment of Domain Knowledge and Teaching Skills 20%
d) Interview Performance: 20%
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
SCALE OF PAY: Rs. 37400-67000 (PB-4) AGP Rs. 9000
(i) Good academic record with a Ph.D. Degree in the concerned/allied/relevant discipline.
(ii) A Master’s Degree with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is
followed.
(iii)A minimum of eight years of experience of teaching and/or research in an academic/research position equivalent
to that of Assistant Professor in a University, College or Accredited Research Institution/industry excluding
the period of Ph.D. research with evidence of published work and a minimum of 5 publications as books
and/or research/policy papers.
(iv) Contribution to educational innovation, design of new curricula and courses, and technology-mediated teaching
learning process with evidence of having guided doctoral candidates and research students.
(v) A minimum score as stipulated in the Academic Performance Indicator (API) based Performance Based
Appraisal System (PBAS), set out in the Regulation, 2010
(vi) Consolidated API scores of 300 points is required from categories II & III of APIs (Cumulative) alongwith other
specified eligibility qualifications stipulated in the Regulations 2010, as amended vide UGC Gazette
notification dated 11.07.2016. Interview criterion, out of 100 points, shall be as follows:
a) Academic Background 20%
b) Research Performance based on API score and quality of publications 40%
c) Assessment of Domain Knowledge and Teaching Skills 20%
d) Interview Performance: 20%
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
SCALE OF PAY: Rs. 15600-39100 (PB-3) AGP Rs. 6000
(i) Good academic record as defined by the concerned university with at least 55% marks (or an equivalent grade in
point scale wherever grading system is followed) at the Master’s Degree level in a relevant subject from an
Indian University, or an equivalent degree from an accredited foreign university.
(ii) Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, the candidate must have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET)
conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test accredited by the UGC like SLET/SET.
(iii)Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-clauses (i) and (ii) to this Clause, candidates, who are, or have been
awarded a Ph.D. Degree in accordance with the University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and
Procedure for Award of Ph.D. Degree) Regulations 2009, shall be exempted from the requirement of the
minimum eligibility condition of NET/SLET/SET for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or
equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges/Institutions.
(iv) NET/SLET/SET shall also not be required for such Masters Programmes in disciplines for which
NET/SLET/SET is not conducted.
(v) The candidates applying for the post of Assistant Professor are requested to submit a certificate to the effect that
the Ph.D. has been awarded in accordance with the UGC Regulations, 2009, to get exemption from NET.
(vi) The candidates applying for the post of Assistant Professor who were enrolled for Ph.D. before July 11, 2009
will be governed by the 4th Amendment, UGC Regulations 2016, which is as under:
“Provided further, the award of degree to candidates registered for M.Phil/Ph.D. programme prior to July 11,
2009, shall be governed by the provisions of the then existing Ordinances/Bylaws/Regulations of the Institutions
awarding the degree and the Ph.D. candidates shall be exempted from the requirement of NET/SLET/SET for
recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor or equivalent positions in Universities/Colleges/Institutions
subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:-
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(a) Ph.D. degree of the candidate awarded in regular mode only;
(b) Evaluation of the Ph.D. thesis by at least two external examiners;
(c) Open Ph.D. viva voce of the candidate had been conducted;
(d) Candidate has published two research papers from his/her Ph.D. work out of which at least one must be in a
refereed journal;
(e) Candidate has made at least two presentations in conferences/seminars, based on his/her Ph.D. work.
(a) to (e) as above are to be certified by the Vice-Chancellor/Pro-Vice-Chancellor/Dean (Academic
Affairs)/Dean (University instructions).”
 For direct recruitment of Assistant Professor in the University, weightages to be considered for selection
 alongwith other specified eligibility qualifications shall be as stipulated in the Regulations 2010. Interview
 criterion, out of 100 points, shall be as follows:
a) Academic Record and Research Performance: 50%
b) Assessment of Domain Knowledge and Teaching skills: 30%
c) Interview Performance: 20%
SPECIALIZATION/DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS & DETAILS OF THE POSTS:
SCHOOL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (SBT)
1. Professor (Unreserved)
 Specialization in any one of the areas, Medicinal Chemistry/ Eukeryotic Molecular Biology/Genetic
 Engineering/ Neurobiology/ Developmental Biology/ Bioengineering/ Biochemical Engineering/Plant
 Biology/Stem Cell Biology/Structural Biology/Systems Biology/Chemical Biology.
2-3. Associate Professor (Two Posts) (Both Unreserved)
4. Assistant Professor (Reserved for OBC)
Specialization in any one of the areas, Medicinal Chemistry/Eukeryotic Molecular Biology/
Genetic Engineering/Neurobiology/Developmental Biology/Bioengineering/Biochemical Engineering/
Plant Biology/Stem Cell Biology/Structural Biology/Systems Biology/Chemical Biology.
(Specialization for Post Nos. 2-4)
SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)
5. Professor in Plant Biology (Unreserved)
M.Sc. and Ph.D. in any discipline of Plant Biology and teaching and research in Developmental Biology/Plant
Biology. Candidates may have sufficient research experience in the regulation of development of roots, leaves,
flowers or whole plant on any branch of Plant Biology.
6. Professor in Plant Genetics (Unreserved)
 Renowned scientist with M.Sc. in Genetics any branch of Life Sciences with a specialization in Genetics and a
 Ph.D. in Plant Genetics with emphasis on Molecular aspects.
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7. Professor in Animal Genetics (Unreserved)
Masters from the recognized University in the subject areas of Genetics/ Life Sciences having specialization in
genetics. Ph.D. in the area of Animal Genetics with an emphasis on molecular aspects.

8. Professor in Biological Chemistry (Unreserved)
M.Sc. in any branch of Natural Sciences and Ph.D. in any branch of Life Sciences having experience in Cellular
Metabolism and Metabolomics/ Single Cell transcriptomics and large scale data analysis.
9. Associate Professor in Immunology (Unreserved)
A consistently good academic record with a Master’s degree in any discipline of Life Sciences with
specialization in Immunology. A Ph.D. degree in Biosciences of relevance to Immunology.
10. Assistant Professor in Molecular Parasitology (Unreserved)
M.Sc. in any branch of Life Sciences.
Ph.D. and two years post doctoral training in host-parasite relationship of human parasites (protist/helminth),
Experience in using sophisticated molecular tools such as imaging, sequencing, proteomics as evidenced by
quality research publications in high impact Journals.
11. Assistant Professor in Photobiology (Unreserved)
M.Sc. in any branch of Plant Sciences.
Ph.D. in Photosynthesis having two years post-doctoral experience in Photosynthesis and publication in area in
highly reputed journals.
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & SYSTEMS SCIENCES (SC&SS)
12. Professor (Unreserved)
 Ph.D. in the areas of Computer Science.
Specialization:
Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Artificial
Intelligence, Information Security, Theoretical Computer Science, Machine Learning, Operational Research,
Optimization, Image Processing, Information Theory, VLSI design, Embedded Systems, MEMS, Computer
Graphics, Image Processing, Computer Vision, Modeling and Simulation, Natural Language Processing,
Wireless Communication, Algorithms, Multimedia and other related areas of Computer Science.
Desirable: (i) A candidate should have minimum of ten publications in journals indexed in SCI/SCIE/SCOPUS
(ii) Evidence of Guidance of two Ph.D.
13-14. Associate Professor (Two posts) (Both Unreserved)
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 Ph.D. in the areas of Computer Science.
Specialization:
Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Artificial
Intelligence, Information Security, Theoretical Computer Science, Machine Learning, Operational Research,
Optimization, Image Processing, Information Theory, VLSI design, Embedded Systems, MEMS, Computer
Graphics, Image Processing, Computer Vision, Modeling and Simulation, Natural Language Processing,
Wireless Communication, Algorithms, Multimedia and other related areas of Computer Science.
Desirable: (i) A candidate should have minimum of five publications in journals indexed in SCI/SCIE/SCOPUS
(ii) Evidence of Guidance of one Ph.D.
15. Assistant Professor (Reserved for OBC)
A candidate should have M.Tech/M.Phil/ME in Computer Science with evidence of publication in
SCI/SCIE/SCOPOUS indexed refereed journals.
Desirable: Ph.D. Degree in Computer Science.  
SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (SES)
16. Professor (Unreserved)
M.Sc. with Ph.D. in Chemistry or Environmental Sciences. The candidate must have at least 55% marks at the
M.Sc. level. An eminent scholar with proven research record in the field of Soil reclamation/decontamination
using chemical methods with high quality research work evident from publications (a minimum of 10
publications in the reputed journals).
Desirable:
Experience of teaching courses related to soil chemistry at post graduate level. Experience in conducting
independent research project (s) in the field of soil chemistry. Experience of independent research guidance and
awarding the degree to at least three Ph.D. students.
17-18. Professor (Two posts) (Both Unreserved)
• An eminent scholar with a doctoral degree in Physics/Geophysics/Mathematics/Environmental Sciences
(with evidence of having qualified Mathematics and Physics based courses) and published work of high
quality, and actively engaged in research with evidence of published work with a minimum of ten
publications as books and/or research in the area(s) of Meteorology/Environmental Modeling/Atmospheric
Physics.

19. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
• Master’s degree in Geology/Environmental Sciences with at least 55% of the marks or an equivalent grade
of ‘B’ in the 7 point scale.
• Good academic record with a doctoral degree in Geology/Environmental Sciences with specialization in
Oceanography/Marine Geosciences.
Desirable: Proven records of conducting independent research and teaching of Oceanography/Marine
Geosciences.
20. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
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• Master’s Degree in Physics/Mathematics/Environmental Sciences (with evidence of having qualified
Mathematics and Physics based courses)/ allied disciplines of Physics or Mathematics with at least 55% of
the marks or an equivalent grade of ‘B’ in the 7 point scale.
• Good academic records with Doctoral degree in Physics/Mathematics/Environmental Sciences/allied
disciplines of Physics or Mathematics with specialisation in the field of Computer Programming
applications in Environmental Modeling/Atmospheric Physics/Climate Dynamics.
Desirable: Knowledge of computer programming in C, C++, FORTRAN etc., with proven records of
conducting independent research and teaching of computer programming applications in Environmental
Modeling and Simulation.
21. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
• M.Sc. in Chemistry or Environmental Sciences with at least 55 % marks.
Desirable:
Ph.D. in Chemistry or Environmental Sciences with post Ph.D. teaching/research experience of minimum two
years evident from high quality publications in the field of Solid Waste Management (related to waste
conversion to useful products).
22. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
• Master’s Degree in Physics/Mathematics/Environmental Sciences (with evidence of having Mathematics
and Physics based courses)/ allied disciplines of Physics or Mathematics with at least 55% marks (or
equivalent grade).
Desirable: Doctoral Degree in Physics/ Mathematics/ Environmental Sciences/allied disciplines of Physics or
Mathematics with specialization in the field of Air Quality Modeling/Atmospheric Physics/Climate
Dynamics/Environment Modeling.
Post Ph.D teaching/research experience of minimum two years evident from high quality publications in the
above specialization.
SCHOOL OF ARTS & AESTHETICS (SAA)
23. Associate Professor in Visual Studies (Unreserved)
Ph.D. in Art History, Visual Studies. Book/journal publications in the field of Art History/Visual Culture, with
specialization in Contemporary Art and Theory/Gender and Art History/European Art/New Media Art/Islamic
Architectural History/Himalayan Buddhist Art History.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)
24. Professor in Chemistry (Unreserved)

The School has commenced research and teaching in the areas of Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry as
well as in the areas of Laser Spectroscopy, X-ray Crystallography, Supramolecular and Materials Chemistry.
The school now intends to expand in the frontier areas of Theoretical Chemistry and is seeking candidates with
expertise in Theoretical Chemistry. Candidates must have a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry or an allied discipline
with publications in the above mentioned areas in peer reviewed journals.

25. Assistant Professor in Mathematics (Reserved for OBC)
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Outstanding candidates with published research work in reputed peer reviewed international journals reflecting
competence to pursue quality research at individual level.
Desirable: The candidates are desired to have Ph.D. in Pure Mathematics with specialization in any of the
following areas: Topology (Algebraic or Differential), Geometry (Differential or Symplectic), Algebraic
Geometry, Non-Commutative Geometry, Harmonic Analysis of Lie groups, Representation Theory. However,
outstanding candidates in other areas of Pure Mathematics are welcome to apply.
26. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
Specialization in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics.
Desirable: Ph.D. degree with post-doctoral research experience.
SPECIAL CENTRE FOR NANO SCIENCES (SCNS)
27. Professor in Experimental Nano-Chemistry (Unreserved)
Master degree in Chemical Sciences and Ph.D. in area relevant to experimental Chemical Sciences. Applicant
must have published extensively and consistently in the area of nanoscience and technology applied to
experimental chemical sciences in high impact journals.
28. Associate Professor in Experimental Nanobiology (Unreserved)
The candidate should have obtained Masters degree in Biological Sciences and Ph.D. in area relevant to
experimental biological sciences. Applicant must have published extensively and consistently in the area of
nanoscience and nanotechnology applied to experimental biological sciences in high impact journals.
29. Associate Professor in Experimental Nanosciene and Nanotechnology (Unreserved)
The candidate should have obtained Masters degree in Physical Sciences/ Electronics/Engineering
(Electrical/Electronics) and Ph.D. in the relevant area. Applicant must have published extensively and
consistently in the following areas of Nano Science and Nanotechnology: thin-film
science/VLSI/Microscopy/Analog and circuit design/MEMS and NEMS, RFIC/MMIC design in high impact
journals.
30. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
• Master’s Degree in Electrical or Electronics Engineering/B.Tech with Ph.D. in Electrical or Electronics
 Engineering.
Desirable:
• Expertise in teaching VLSI Technology, VLSI Design & Testing, CAD for VLSI Design, Analog IC
 Design and Embedded System, nano electronics.
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SPECIAL CENTRE FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE (SCMM)
31. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
Anatomy & Physiology of Human body (Preferable with Medical background), Human Pathology, Human
Genetics, Structural Biology, Bioinformatics/ Computational Biology, Pharmacology (Preferable with Medical
background).
Candidates with M.Sc. & Ph.D. in above subjects with relevant post-doctoral experience in the above area(s) of
Molecular Medicine as evidenced by excellent and consistent publication record in the relevant fields with
strong motivation for teaching and research are encouraged to apply. Medical graduates with significant
contribution in the related areas of research are highly encouraged to apply. MBBS/B.VSc or equivalent with
MD/M.VSc/Ph.D. and publications in international peer-reviewed journals in relevant subjects are essentials.
CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF LAW & GOVERNANCE (CSLG)
32. Professor (Unreserved)
Specialization in Constitutional Political Economy/Environmental Law and Governance/Legal Theory and
Jurisprudence/Law, Society and Culture/Critical Governance Theory/Governmentality Studies/Economics
Analysis of Law/Regulatory Governance/Law, Violence and Politics/Law and Visual Culture/Law and
Literature/Legal History.
33. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
Specialization in Critical Policy Studies/Globalization and the Legal Order/Globalization and the Neoliberal
City/State, Law and Markets/Law, Culture and Society/Law and Visual Culture/Law, Violence and
Politics/Legal History/Sociology of Law.
For post Nos. 32-33
(The candidate should have a doctoral degree in Social Science or Law and Demonstrated Specialization in one or more
of the above areas as demonstrated in high quality publications).
ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE (ASC)
34. Professor (Unreserved)
As per essential qualifications.
Desirable: Administrative experience in an institution of higher education for more than five years.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CELL (IPMC)
35. Professor (Unreserved)
 Specializations:
(i) Master’s degree in any discipline of Science or Economics.
(ii) Ph.D. in Science including Science Policy or economics or Engineering or Law in IPR related issue.
(iii) Teaching or research experience in IPR/Technology Transfer and Management/Patenting and
Commercialization. Candidates must have published scholarly research articles in peer reviewed reputed
journals/books by reputed publishers in the IPR related issues.
(iv) Candidates should be well versed in various IPR laws, policies and practices currently in force at both
 national and international level.
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SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE, LITERRATURE AND CULTURE STUDIES
CENTRE FOR INDIAN LANGUAGES (CIL)
36. Professor in Urdu (Unreserved)
As per essential qualifications.
Desirable:
Atleast 5 Ph.D degree awarded under his/her supervision.
37. Associate Professor in Bangla (Unreserved)
As per essential qualifications.
38-39. Associate Professor in Urdu (Two posts) (Both Unreserved)
 As per essential qualifications.
40. Assistant Professor in Urdu (Unreserved)
As per essential qualifications.
41. Assistant Professor in Hindi (Reserved for OBC)
As per essential qualifications.
CENTRE FOR FRENCH & FRANCOPHONE STUDIES (CFFS)
42. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
Ph.D. thesis written in French in the following areas of Specialisation: Literature/Translation & Interpretation/
Didactics/ Linguistics/ Culture & Civilization.
CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES (CJS)
43. Professor in Japanese Studies (Unreserved)
 As per UGC guidelines.
 Desirable:
(i) Experience of developing courses and text books for B.A., M.A., M.Phil in Japanese Language,
 Literature and Culture Studies.
(ii) Minimum 2-3 years of research experience in Japan in a recognized University.
CENTRE FOR LINGUISTICS (CL)
44. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
 Specialization: Sociolinguistics/Field Linguistics/Semantics and Pragmatics/Discourse Analysis/ NLP/
Computational Linguistics.
45. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
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Specialization: General Linguistics/Sociolinguistics/Psycholinguistics/Applied Linguistics/Computational
Linguistics.
CENTRE FOR ARABIC AND AFRICAN STUDIES (CAAS)
46. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
Specialization in Modern Arabic Language and Literature.
Desirable: Indo-Arabic Literature/Arabic Linguistics.
47. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
Specialization in Arabic Language and Literature.
Desirable: Modern Arabic Language and Literature.
CENTRE FOR PERSIAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN STUDIES (CP&CAS)
48. Professor (Unreserved)
(i) A high degree of teaching and research experience in the field of Persian Language & Literature.
(ii) Expertise in translation & interpretation studies.
CENTRE FOR KOREAN STUDIES (CKS)
49-50. Assistant Professor (Two posts) (One Unreserved and one reserved for OBC)
Minimum M.A. degree in any one of the following studies from a recognized University:
(a) Korean Language
(b) Korean Literature
(c) Korean Linguistics
(d) Korean Culture
 Desirable:
(i) One year of research experience in Korea
(ii) Teaching Experience at the degree level
(iii) Pursuing Ph.D. in any of the above mentioned studies from a recognized University.
CENTRE FOR ENGLISH STUDIES (CES)
51. Professor (Unreserved)
• As per UGC Guidelines.
• One monograph and 6 other publications from reputed publishers.
52. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
• As per UGC Guidelines.
• One monograph and 4 other publications from reputed publishers.
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CENTRE FOR RUSSIAN STUDIES (CRS)
53. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
 Specialization in Russian Literature.
CENTRE FOR SPANISH, PORTUGUESE, ITALIAN & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CSPILAS)
54. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
• As prescribed by UGC.
Specialization: 1st Preference: Spanish Peninsular Literature
 2nd Preference: Translation/Interpretation Studies
 3rd Preference: Latin American Literature & Culture.
CENTRE FOR CHINESE AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES (CC&SEAS)
55. Professor in Chinese (Unreserved)
Specialisation in (i) Chinese language, sufficiently equipped to teach at undergraduate and post graduate levels,
and to conduct research in Chinese language, literature and culture studies; (ii) Ph. D. in Sinology; (iii) Teaching
experience in Chinese Language, Literature, Culture and Civilization; (iv) Published works of repute in the area;
(v) Research experience in Chinese universities and institutes.
56. Associate Professor in Chinese (Unreserved)
Desirable:
Newspaper Reading/Translation/Interpretation for the M.A. (Chinese) Programme.
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (SIS)
CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, ORGANISATION AND DISARMAMENT (CIPOD)
57. Professor in International Politics (Unreserved)
Teaching and research experience with quality publications in International Relations Theory.
58. Professor in International Organization (Unreserved)
Teaching and research experience with quality publications in the area of international organization, preferably
in theoretical aspects of international organization.
59. Associate Professor in Political Geography (Unreserved)
Strong background in political geography with high quality research/publications in critical geopolitics and/or
border studies.
CENTRE FOR EAST ASIAN STUDIES (CEAS)
60. Professor in Japanese (Unreserved)
(i) M.A. in Social Sciences/ Political Science/ History/ Economics/ Sociology and International Relations.
(ii) Ph.D. in Japanese Studies with substantial publication on Japanese.
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 Desirable:
• Knowledge of Japanese language.
61. Assistant Professor in Korean Studies (Unreserved)
• M.A. in Social Sciences
• Knowledge of Korean Language
 Specialization in Korean Society, History & Politics.
 Desirable:
• Ph.D. in Korean Studies.
• Publications on Korea.
CENTRE FOR INNER ASIAN STUDIES (CIAS)
62. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
(i) Society, Economy and Politics in Central Asian Republics.
(ii) Excellent Academic Record in Social Sciences.
(iii) Knowledge of any of the Central Asian/Russian languages.
(iv) A good record of publication, teaching experience and research supervision.
CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE & DEVELOPMENT (CITD)
63. Professor (Unreserved)
Specialization: Macroeconomics/Open Economy Macroeconomics/Financial Economic/Econometrics/
Development and International Trade.
CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES (CILS)
64. Professor in International Law (Unreserved)
(i) LL.M and Ph.D. in International Law
(ii) Publications in reputed journals.
(iii) Experience of guiding research at doctoral level in International Law.
65. Associate Professor in International Air and Space Law (Unreserved)
(i) LL.M and Ph.D. in International Law.
(ii) Publications in reputed journals.
(iii) Specialization in International Air and Space Law.
(iv) Experience of having guided doctoral candidates and research students in International Law.
66. Associate Professor in International Economic Law (Unreserved)
(i) LL.M and Ph.D. in International Law.
(ii) Publications in reputed journals.
(iii) Specialization in International Economic Law.
(iv) Experience of having guided doctoral candidates and research students in International Law.
CENTRE FOR WEST ASIAN STUDIES (CWAS)
67. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
• Ph.D. in West Asian Studies.
• Specialization in Culture/Politics/Society/History.
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Desirable: Knowledge of any language of the region.
68. Assistant Professor (Gulf Area Studies) (Reserved for OBC)

• M.A. in Sociology.
• Specialization in Gulf Region.
 Desirable:
(i) M.Phil/Ph.D. in Sociology.
(ii) Knowledge of Arabic/Persian Language.
(iii) Skill to Teach Research Methodology at the M.Phil/Ph.D. level.
CENTRE FOR COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND POLITICAL THEORY (CCPPT)
69. Assistant Professor in Indian Politics (Unreserved)
 Specialization: Political Theory/ Comparative Politics/ Indian Politics and other related subjects.
 Desirable:
 Ph.D. in Social Science or Humanities.
CENTRE FOR INDO-PACIFIC STUDIES (CIPS)
70. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
(i) M.A. in Economics.
(ii) Doctorate and substantial publications related to economic issues of Southeast Asia/EastAsia/Indo-Pacific.
CENTRE FOR AFRICAN STUDIES (CAS)
71. Assistant Professor (Reserved for OBC)
1. M.A. in International Studies
2. Must have graduated with minimum of three taught courses in sub Saharan Africa Studies at PG level.
3. Specialization in Spanish speaking sub Saharan Africa.
 Desirable:
• Ph.D. in Sub Saharan African Studies.
CENTRE FOR CANADIAN, US & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CCUS&LAS)
72. Professor (Unreserved)
• M.Phil/Ph.D. in American Studies.
• Evidence of independent research/publications related to US Studies (US Politics, Foreign Policy and
 National Security) after Ph.D.
Desirable:
• At least 08 years of teaching experience in higher educational institution.
73. Associate Professor in US Studies (Unreserved)
• M.A. in Social Sciences, International Relations & Politics.
• M.Phil/Ph.D. in American Studies.
• Research & published work on US Studies.
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Desirable:
• Minimum of 04 years of teaching in a recognized academic Institution.
74. Associate Professor in Latin American Studies (Unreserved)
• M.A. in International Studies/Political Science.
• M.Phil/Ph.D. in Latin American Studies.
• Research and published work on Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) region .
Desirable:
• Minimum 04 years of teaching experience in a recognized academic institution.
• Specialisation in Environmental politics and movements; social and political movements in the region or
 a major country thereof preferably Brazil. Foreign policies of major Latin American Countries.
75. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
• M.A. in Social Sciences, International Relations and Political Sciences.
• M.Phil/Ph.D. in American Studies.
 Desirable:
• Minimum of 04 years of teaching in a recognized academic intuition.
• Research & Published work on US Politics, Foreign Policy and National Security.
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SSS)
CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CSRD)
76. Professor in Human Geography/Population/Settlement/Social (gender) and Human Ecology (Unreserved)
 Master/Ph.D. in Geography
(i) Minimum 55% marks in Post Graduate level in Geography.
(ii) Ph.D. in the themes related to any branch of the field mentioned above.
77. Professor in Economic Geography (Industrial Geography) (Unreserved)
 Master in Geography.
(i) Minimum 55% marks in Post Graduate level in Geography.
(ii) Ph.D. in the themes related to any branch of the field mentioned above.
 Desirable Qualification:
 Proven experience of using techniques in Spatial Economic Analysis and latest Techniques in Economic
 Geography.
CENTRE FOR MEDIA STUDIES (CMS)
78. Professor (Unreserved)
(i) Candidate should have PhD in Social Sciences, relevant to media studies.
(ii) Candidates with published work of repute would be preferred.
(iii) Research publication should be in the field of media studies.
79. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
(i) Candidate should have PhD in Social Sciences, relevant to media studies.
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(ii) Candidates with published work of repute would be preferred.
(iii) Research publication should be in the field of media studies.
80. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
(i) Candidate should have PhD in Social Sciences, relevant to media studies.
(ii) Specialization in (a) Media Theory, (b) Media and Economy, (c) History of Media (Photography,
 Documentary, Television.)
(iii) Candidates with published work of repute would be preferred.
(iv) Research publication should be in the field of media studies.
CENTRE FOR POLITICAL STUDIES (CPS)
81. Professor (Unreserved)
 Indian Government and Politics/ Political Theory/ Comparative Politics/International Relations.
CENTRE FOR PHILOSOPHY (CP)
82. Assistant Professor (Reserved for OBC)
• M.A. in Philosophy.
 Desirable:
• Ph.D.in Philosophy.
CENTRE FOR SOCIAL MEDICINE AND COMMUNITY HEALTH (CSMCH)
83. Professor (Unreserved)
(i) Essential qualifications as prescribed by UGC.
(ii) Candidates from the following Social Science discipline with teaching, research and publication relevant to
Public Health. Social Science disciplines include Political Science, Sociology, Economics, History and
Anthropology may apply.
NORTH EAST INDIA STUDIES PROGRAMME (NEISP)
84. Professor (Unreserved)
• Master’s and Ph.D. in Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences.
• Good publication record on North East India.
Specialization: Sociology/Anthropology/Linguistics/Migration Studies/Transnational Studies/Gender Studies/
Science & Technology.
CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES AND PLANNING (CESP)
85. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
 Any area in Economics including Economic Theory/Applied Economics/Economic Development/
Econometrics/Mathematical Economics/International Economics/Environmental Economics/Economic History.
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CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF DISCRIMINATION AND EXCLUSION (CSDE)
86. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
• Political Economy.
87. Assistant Professor (Reserved for OBC)
• Anthropological Studies.
CENTRE FOR HISTORICAL STUDIES (CHS)
88. Professor (Unreserved)
 Contemporary history with a focus on the twentieth Century.
89. Professor (Unreserved)
Cultural History.
90. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
 Demonstrated knowledge of Persian language.
91. Assistant Professor (Unreserved)
 Specialization in Ancient Indian History.
CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS (CSSS)
92. Professor (Unreserved)
 Any area in Sociology/Social Anthropology may apply.
93. Associate Professor (Unreserved)
 Any field of Sociology/Social Anthropology may apply.
94. Associate Professor (Unreserved )
 Sociology/Social Anthropology of Family and Kinship/Marriage/Gender may apply.
95. Associate Professor (Unreserved )
 Sociology of Law/Economic Sociology/Occupations and Mobilities.
96. Associate Professor (Unreserved )
 Sociology of Science and Technology Studies/Environmental Sociology/Sociology of Education and Culture
may apply
97-98. Assistant Professor (Two posts) (Both Unreserved)
 Scholars in any area of Sociology/ Social Anthropology may apply.
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NOTE:
• A relaxation of 5% may be provided from 55% to 50% of the marks at the Master’s level for the candidates
belonging to the SC/ST/PWD/OBC category.
• A relaxation of 5% may be provided, from 55% to 50% of the marks, to the Ph.D. Degree holders, who have
obtained their Master's Degree prior to 19 September 1991.
• B in the following 7 point scale with letter grades O,A,B,C,D,E and F shall be regarded equivalent of 55%
wherever the grading systems is followed:
Grade Grade Point Percentage
Equivalent
"O" = Outstanding 5.50 - 6.00 75-100
"A" = Very Good 4.50 - 5.49 65-74
"B" = Good 3.50 - 4.49 55-64
"C" = Average 2.50 - 3.49 45-54
"D" = Below Average 1.50 - 2.49 35-44
"E" = Poor 0.50 - 1.49 25-34
"F" = Fail 0.00 - 0.49 00-24
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:
1. The eligible and interested persons are required to apply online in the format available on the University
website www.jnu.ac.in/career/. Only online applications will be accepted.
2. Applicants are requested to kindly upload the photograph, scanned copies of all certificates, marksheets,
evidence of teaching, research, NOC from the employer, M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D, NET certificates, copies of
reprints of published articles, certificate containing the record of date of birth etc.
3. Incomplete application form without scanned signatures and other documents shall be summarily
rejected.
4. The University reserves the right to:
(i) Draw panel(s) for future appointment(s) in the event of non-joining of candidate(s) within the stipulated
 time.
(ii) Conduct interview through Skype for candidates applying from abroad or from PH category at their request.
(iii) Not to fill up any of the advertised positions.
5. No correspondence regarding consideration of late applications will be entertained.
6. Qualifications and other conditions applicable are subject to UGC regulations 2010 as amended from time to
time.
 7(a) The period spent by the candidates to acquire M.Phil and/or Ph.D. Degree shall not be considered as
 research experience.
 7(b) As per the UGC Communication dated 1 March, 2016 the period of active service spent on pursuing
 Research Degree i.e. for acquiring Ph.D. degree simultaneously without taking any kind of leave may be
 counted as teaching experience for the purpose of direct recruitment/promotion to the post of Associate
 Professor and above.
8. Relaxation in educational qualifications, experience, age, etc. to the reserved category candidates will be
permissible as per UGC/Government of India rules.
9. SC/ST caste Certificate issued to the candidate by the competent authority should be in the format prescribed by
Government of India for this purpose.
10. The candidates applying under PWD Category are required to submit the Disability Certificate issued by the
competent authority in the format prescribed by Government of India for this purpose and available on the JNU
website also.
11. In the case of OBC reservations, recent certificate should be issued from competent authority particularly with
reference to Non–creamy layer. Those who fail to submit the required certificate(s) will be treated as General
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Category, subject to fulfilment of other terms & conditions. The candidates who are not covered in the Central
list of OBC may not apply.
12. The prescribed essential qualifications are the minimum and the mere possession of the same does not entitle
candidates to be called for interview. Where the number of applications received in response to an advertisement
is large and it will not be convenient or possible to interview all the candidates, the University, at its discretion,
may restrict the number of candidates to a reasonable limit on the basis of qualifications/experience higher than
the minimum prescribed in the advertisement.
13. Advt. No., Post number and post applied for should be clearly indicated in the online application form.
14. Separate online Application Form is required to be filled up for each post to be accessed from JNU website
www.jnu.ac.in.
15. Those already in Government service should forward their application through proper channel and/or submit the
scanned copy of the NOC while filling the application form online.
16(a) Candidates applying for various faculty positions should go through the essential qualifications and other
 instructions carefully before applying and also upload scanned copies of all evidences in support of their
 claims.
16(b) API Score for journals may be claimed on the basis of whether papers are published in refereed journals or
 other reputed journals as per UGC Regulations 2016 (4th Amendment).
17. The eligibility of the candidates will be determined on the basis of qualifications/ Experience/publications etc.
acquired by them upto the last date fixed for receipt of online applications.
18. The University reserves the right to modify/withdraw/cancel any communication made to the candidate(s) at any
stage in the process of selection in case any inadvertent mistake is detected even after issue of appointment
letter.
19. The University shall verify the antecedents or documents submitted by a candidate at any time of appointment or
during the tenure of the service. In case, it is detected that the documents submitted by the candidates are fake
or the candidate has undesirable/ clandestine antecedents and has suppressed any information, then his/her
service shall be terminated.
20. The advertisement shall be published in the 11 February, 2017 issue of the Employment News. The last
date for filling up of online application form is 14 March, 2017 at 5:30 P.M.
21. Candidates who had applied earlier and sent their bio-data/academic vitae to the Vice-Chancellor or any other
authority of the University must apply afresh online by following the procedure.
22. The University reserves the right to alter/insert any corrections/additions in the advertisement/website in the
event of any typographical error etc. before the last date prescribed for the receipt of applications, for which the
candidates are advised to be in the lookout for announcements in the website: www.jnu.ac.in/career/.
23. The applicants are requested to submit the application online along with all the prescribed documents/evidences
within the time line.
24. An undertaking to be given by the candidate mentioning that ‘the publications submitted by them are free from
any plagiarism and if any plagiarism is found later, their candidature/selection shall stand rejected’.
25. As per the UGC communication dated 21st September 2016, “if the M.Phil/Ph.D. degree is awarded by a
Foreign University, the Indian Institution considering such a degree shall refer the issue to a Standing
Committee constituted by the concerned institution for the purpose of determining the equivalence of the
degree awarded by the foreign University”.
Note:
(i) There is an application fee of Rs. 500/- from candidates belonging to General and OBC Category.
(ii) There is no application fee for SC/ST/PWD and Women candidates.
(iii) The candidates who have applied earlier for teaching position(s) with reference to Advt. No.
RC/44/2012, RC/45/2013, RC/47/2014, RC/48/2014, RC/49/2014, RC/50/2015 & RC/55/2015 are
required to apply afresh online. Those who fail to apply afresh will have no claim whatsoever for
consideration for the post(s) applied earlier.

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The last date for the receipt of online application is 14 March, 2017 at 5:30 P.M.


http://www.jnu.ac.in/Career/Application_Form_for_Professor.pdf

http://www.jnu.ac.in/Career/Application_Form_for_AssociateProfessor.pdf

http://www.jnu.ac.in/Career/Application_Form_for_AssistantProfessor.pdf



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