Job Alert: Recruitment of non-teaching staff will be done across the country, UGC has given a deadline of 6 months

The UGC has issued a notice asking all the central universities to recruit all non-teaching staff within six months.

UGC asks to recruit all non-teaching staff within six months

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The University Grants Commission (UGC) has recently started the recruitment process for all the Non-Teaching Staff in about 45 Central Universities. Under this recruitment drive, vacancies will be done on 48 posts including Hindi translator, driver. Sarkari Naukri The youth preparing for the exam are told that a notice has been issued to all the universities regarding the recruitment drive. It has been said in this notice that a Selection Committee and a Departmental Promotional Committee should be constituted for the recruitment of people on the vacant posts.

The notice issued by the UGC further stated that the recruitment drive has to be completed within six months. UGC Chairman M Jagadesh Kumar has announced this.

All posts will be filled as soon as possible

In a tweet, he said that the UGC met with the Vice Chancellors of 45 Central Universities to know the recruitment status of non-teaching staff. He further said, ‘Our target is to fill all the non-teaching vacancies as soon as possible. Efforts are being made fast by all the Central Universities to achieve the target.

Recruitment will be completed in six months

The notice further stated that recruitment to various posts will be done by the Appointing Authority in the following ways, which include direct recruitment, promotion, deputation/absorption and tenure appointment. In order to complete the recruitment process on time, the UGC has asked the universities to complete the job recruitment process in the coming six months.

In these circumstances, the time limit for the recruitment process will also increase.

The UGC notice further said, “Universities should ensure that the entire recruitment process from advertisement to written examination or interview is completed within six months.” If the Vice Chancellor feels and the circumstances so suit, he can extend the time limit of the recruitment process for a maximum period of six months.

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In such a situation, it has become completely clear that now all non-teaching staff will be recruited within six months. In such a situation, the youth preparing for the job have a great golden opportunity for a permanent job. Now they can prepare for these jobs.