Last Date:04 Feb,2019
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)
JNU is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for 73 posts of Junior Assistant cum Typist and Various.Interested and Eligible Candidates may apply online by 04-02-2019 , after making sure that they meet the concerned eligibility criteria. All personal and educational details must be mentioned properly.
Name of the post – Assistant,Stenographer,Office Attendant & Various
No of post – 73
Pay Scale – Rs35400 – 112400,Rs 25500 – 81100,Rs 19900 – 63200,Rs 18000 – 56900
12th with shorthand with a speed of 100 w.p.m. and two years experience/ ITI.
General Information:sarkari naukri
- The eligible and interested persons may apply online at the University website www.jnu.ac.in/career/. Applications through any other mode, except online, will not be accepted.
- The applicants shall upload photograph, signature, self-attested copies of essential qualification,experience, date of birth, caste/PwD certificate, NOC from the present employer, etc.
- Incomplete applications shall be summarily rejected and no correspondence in this regard shall be entertained.
- fix the criteria for screening the applications to reduce the number of candidates to be called for written test(s);
- increase/decrease the number of vacancies on its own discretion;
- frame a panel for filling up future vacancies arising during the validity of panel which is valid for one year;
- not to fill up any of the advertised positions;
- modify/withdraw/cancel any communication made to the candidates(s) at any stage in the process of selection in case any inadvertent mistake is detected even after issue of appointment letter; and alter/insert any corrections/additions in the advertisement/website in the event of any typographical error etc. before the last date of receipt of applications. The candidates are advised to visit the University website regularly.
- Upper Age Limit: 35 years. Age relaxation of five years in upper age limit shall be given to the departmental candidates of JNU. Age relaxation will also be given to SC/ST/OBC/PwD/Exserviceman candidates as per Government of India rules, which will be applicable to the post reserved for respective reserved category. No age relaxation will be applicable to reserved category candidates applying for the unreserved post.
- The Reservation to OBC candidates shall be applicable as per directives of the Government of India amended from time to time. Candidates shall upload recent OBC caste certificate issued from a competent authority particularly with reference to Non–creamy layer. Reservation for OBCs shall not apply to certain persons/sections as mentioned in Govt. of India, Deptt. of Personnel & Training OM No.36012/22/93-Estt. SCT dated 8.9.1993 as amended from time to time.
- The candidates who are not in the Central list of OBC shall not apply for the post(s) reserved for OBC and if at any stage, it is found that the OBC certificate is not valid, the candidature/appointment shall be terminated with immediate effect.
- The candidates applying against PwD Category shall upload the Disability Certificate, issued by the competent authority, in the prescribed format of the Govt. of India. The candidate may ensure that they should meet the prescribed physical disability as per Govt. of India rules, for respective physical disability category.
- The candidates belonging to SC/ST categories shall upload their caste certificate in the prescribed format of the Govt. of India
- Those already in service in Government/Autonomous Bodies/PSUs, etc. should upload the NOC online OR produce the same at the time of interview.
- Separate online application shall be filled up for each post.
- The eligibility of the candidates will be determined on the basis of qualifications, experiences, etc. acquired by them up to the last date fixed for receipt of online applications.
- Candidates applying for the posts where experience is prescribed and if she/he is serving/has served in Public Sector undertakings/Corporate Institutions of repute shall upload relevant years of Form 16 and salary slips (first i.e. joining and last i.e. relieving) alongwith details of work experience, to arrive at the equivalence of the experience, failing which claim of experience will not be considered.
- Those who are receiving salary in IDA Pay Scales shall upload equivalency of relevant IDA Pay Scale with CDA Pay Scale, which is mandatory.
- Mere possession of the prescribed qualifications and experience would not entitle a candidate to be called for the written test or further selection process.
- The University will verify the antecedents and documents submitted by the candidate at the time of appointment and during the service. If it is detected that the documents submitted by the candidate are fake or the candidate has undesirable/clandestine/antecedents and has suppressed any material information, then his/her services shall be terminated.
- The question paper except for General English will be bilingual and the candidates will have the
option to answer either in Hindi or in English.
- The skill test/trade test and written test, etc. will be conducted as decided by the University.
- The services of Personal Assistants and Stenographers shall also be utilized for other ministerial services.
- Knowledge of Computer operation is must.
- No TA/DA or local conveyance shall be paid to the candidates called for skill/trade and written test,
- Candidate must ensure that she/he fulfills all eligibility criteria as stipulated in this Advertisement. If it is found that she/he does not fulfills the stipulated criteria, the candidature will be cancelled.
- Candidates who have applied in response to (i) Advertisement No.03/Admn.1/2013 (Employment News dated 19-25 October, 2013) for Junior Assistant-cum-Typist; (ii) Advertisement No.02/Admn.I/2014 (Employment News dated 16-22 August, 2014) for Stenographer; (iii) Advertisement No.3/Admn.IV/2014 (Employment News 19-25 April, 2014) for Office Attendant (MTS) and (iv) Advertisement No. I/Admn.I/2015 (Employment News dated 18-24 April, 2015) for Personal Assistant,need to apply online afresh. The requisite application fee shall be paid online only. The candidates who had applied against any of the above advertisements and seek to refund of application fee may submit the filled in prescribed format (available at JNU website), alongwith
supporting documents, if any, within one month from the publication of this advertisement in the Employment News.
- Age relaxation upto a maximum of 5 years will be given, as a one-time exceptional measure only and not for any other future vacancies, to the candidates who had applied earlier in response to the aforesaid advertisements for the same post, if they apply against this advertisement. The applicants seeking this one-time age relaxation shall mention earlier Application No., Name of post, advertisement No. in the online Application form, failing which this relaxation will not be given.
- Appearing in the test(s) will be provisional subject to fulfilling various conditions given in this advertisement. In case an applicant does not meet the minimum eligibility criteria prescribed for the post and appears in the examination, it will be at the applicant’s own risk and cost and if it is detected, the candidature shall be cancelled without assigning any reason.
- Jawaharlal Nehru University is the foremost university in India, and a world-renowned centre for teaching and research. Ranked number one in India by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a Grade Point of 3.91 (on a scale of 4), JNU was ranked no 3 among all universities in India by the National Institutional Ranking Framework, Government of India, in 2016 and no 2 in 2017. JNU also received the Best University Award from the President of India in 2017.
- Still a young university, established by an act of Parliament in 1966, the strength, energy, and reputation of Jawaharlal Nehru University result from the vision that ideas are a field for adventure, experimentation and unceasing quest, and that diversity of opinions are the basis for intellectual exploration. JNU is the place for the intellectually restless, the insatiably curious, and the mentally rigorous, giving them the space to grow amidst the calmness of an oasis, a green lung within the hustle and bustle and the crowds of the capital city of India.
- Coming into being in 1969, three years after its establishment by Parliament, JNU brought frontier disciplines and newer perspectives for old disciplines to the Indian university system. The excellent teacher-student ratio at 1:10, the mode of instruction which encourages students to explore their own creativity instead of reproducing received knowledge, and of exclusively internal evaluation, were also new to the Indian academic landscape and have stood the test of time. The very Nehruvian objectives embedded in the founding of the University – ‘national integration, social justice, secularism, the democratic way of life, international understanding and a scientific approach to the problems of society’, had built into them constant and energetic endeavour to renew knowledge through self- questioning.
- The educational philosophy of the university gets translated into its somewhat unorthodox academic structure. Grounded in a faith in the unity of knowledge, JNU has sought to avoid the narrowly conceived Department structure of conventional universities, preferring instead to bring allied disciplines within a few broad and inclusive entities called Schools, under whose interactive ambit are placed the more specialized units, called Centres, There are also Special Centres that are outside even the broad structures of School but may grow further. Then there are Research Clusters that cut across Schools and Centres as well as some programmes, which are placed within specific schools but are built on the interests of faculty across the university. At present there are ten Schools and four Special Centres in the University.
- JNU was the first to offer courses in foreign languges in an integrated five year MA programme. At the Master’s level, where most of the Schools begin their academic programme, training is largely oriented towards single disciplines (although all M.A. students are encouraged to do a few courses outside their subject) but at the research level the disciplinary boundaries become more permeable. Work in overlapping or borderline areas – e.g., between environment and literary studies, economics and science, sociology and aesthetics, or linguistics and biology – is not uncommon among the Ph. D. students of JNU. Not only are the research scholars encouraged to cross the invisible walls around disciplines, the relationship between the academia and the world outside also remains negotiable, often resulting in mutually beneficial collaboration in areas that form crossroads for developing an understanding of society, culture and science.
- As in the academic structure, so in its teaching process and evaluation pattern, JNU was one of the first in India to depart from the well- trodden path by emphasizing the continuity of the learning process rather than isolatiing the final exam as the only tool of measuring achievement. Grading is done throughout the semester, ensuring students’ participation and involvement in curricular work, and re-animating the collaborative process of generating knowledge in the class room. Even at the M.A. level, students are encouraged to carry out independent research projects in limited areas which result in short term paper.
click above to download
the employment notification
click above to apply
now online or download form