Qualification : 1. Master degree with at least 55% marks or
an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system follows from the
recognized University. 2. Ph.D. degree in concerned/ allied/ relevant disciplines
(s) in the institution concern with evidence of published work 3. Associate
Professor/Professor with the total experience of at least 15 years of teaching/
research/ administration in Universities/Colleges and other institution of Higher
Education. 4. A minimum of 40% API score as stipulated in the Academic
Performance Indicator (API) based performance, based on the appraisal in the
Appendix - III required for the direct recruitment of Principal in college as
per Govt. of Assam guidelines. 5. A minimum 10 research publication in
Peer-Reviewed or UGC listed Journals and a minimum of 110 research score as per
APPENDIX- II at Table- ll. 6. A relaxation of 5% marks may be provided at the
Graduate and Master's Level for the Schedule Caste/Schedule Tribe/Differently
abled (Physically and Visually differently able) category applicant. 7. A
Relaxation of 5% is provided ftom 55% to 50% of the marks to the Ph.D.
degree holders, who have obtained their Master Degree prior to 19th September,
Age Limit : Upper
age limit is 55 years as on 01.01.2019.
Application Fee : demand draft of Rs. 3000/- (Rupees three thousand) only drawn in favour of
Principal, Rangia College, Rangia payable at The Assam Co-operative Apex Bank
Ltd, Rangia Branch.
Application should be in the prescribed proforma issued by the DHE, Assam and to be submitted to the President, Governing Body, Rangia College, Rangia within 15 days from the date of publication of this advertisement along with a demand draft.
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It was indeed a dream come true for thousands of people of Assam who had relentlessly agitated for decades for an institute of higher education in the province when Gauhati University was established on 26 January, 1948.For a long time, the only university in the entire eastern region was at Calcutta. This university catered to the needs not only of the students from Bengal but also of those from Bihar, Orissa and Assam. Naturally, therefore, seats for students from Assam were extremely limited and very often even meritorious students found themselves ousted in the fray. Over the years, this had caused resentment among the educated Assamese youth and the necessity of a separate university began to be acutely felt.