UGC asks institutions to fill reserved teaching, non-teaching posts

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UGC asks institutions

All universities and colleges have been invited to fill all teaching and non-teaching vacancies in various reserved categories. Publicly funded institutions have been urged to ensure the effective implementation of the reserve policy under Article 30 (1) of the Constitution of India.

The UGC wrote to all institutions on February 1 that it is mandatory to provide details of teaching and non-teaching positions, as well as admission to courses at all levels and accommodation in residences during the period 2020-21 on its website specify the UGC portal. All centrally funded institutes have been urged to ensure strict adherence to Indian government regulations or reserve rules.

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“State universities, including their affiliated or constituent universities and other institutes operating in the state, must reduce the reserve percentage for SC / ST and OBC (planned castes, planned tribes and other backward classes) EWS (economically weaker sections ) and people with disabilities as prescribed by the government of the state in question, “said the letter from the UGC. The UGC has asked all institutions to fill the remaining positions reserved in these categories in teaching and non-teaching positions. The letter reads: “The above instructions must also be distributed to all affiliated and constituent universities.

The 18th World Education Summit & Awards will discuss the reservations of UGC over teaching and non-teaching posts.

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