SKUAST-K ‘violates’ ICAR guidelines in appointments
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Srinagar, Jan 1: The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) has issued the eligibility criteria for the selection of candidates on various types of posts in the agricultural universities in India, including the SK University of Agriculture Sciences and Technology, Kashmir.
The new directives were issued vide ICAR order No:- 23 (46)/2010- EQR (Edn) dated: 26-12-2011.
The ICAR fixed the minimum eligibility for appointment of Assistant Professors, saying the candidates should be first class in Post-Graduation in the concerned subject with NET as compulsory along with one publication in NAAS rated journals.
According to candidates, the SKUAST-K nullified NET in most of the cases, thereby discouraging intelligent and competent candidates. “We want the ICAR guidelines to be implemented in letter and spirit,” they said.
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