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Announcement for Guest Lecturers for the academic session 2010-11


        Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore is looking for qualified Scholars/Academicians who possess the following qualification and who are interested in working as Guest Lecturers to teach regional languages as second language at the following 7 Regional Language Centres of CIIL.  The Scholars so engaged may also be assigned research projects in the concerned language/language teaching/ material production.

Name of the Centre

No. of Guest Lecturers required

Southern Regional Language Centre, Mysore

Kannada

Malayalam

Tamil

Telugu

 

2

2

3

1

Eastern Regional Language Centre, Bhubaneswar

Bengali

Maithili

Oriya

Santali

 

1

2

2

2

Northern Regional Language Centre, Patiala

Dogri

Kashmiri

Punjabi

Urdu

 

2

2

2

1

Western Regional Language Centre, Pune

Gujarati

Konkani

Marathi

Sindhi

 

2

2

1

2

Urdu Teaching and Research Centre, Lucknow

Urdu                            1

Urdu Teaching and Research Centre, Solan

Urdu                            1

North Eastern Regional Language Centre, Guwahati

Assamese

Bodo

Manipuri

Nepali

 

1

2

2

2

Essential Qualifications:-

      1. i) Essential: - Master Degree in Linguistics, Comparative Philology, Indian Languages and Literature from a recognised University or equivalent with minimum 55% marks and having passed NET(SLET/SET).  However, candidates having Ph.D. degree may be given concession from NET(SLET/SET).  NET(SLET/SET) shall not be required for such Masters Degree programmes in disciplines for which NET(SLET/SET) accredited test is not conducted.

          ii) Proficiency in any Indian Language included in the VIII Schedule of the Constitution as a subject at the secondary school level in the case of Master of Arts in Linguistics or Comparative Philology OR as a subject at the degree level in the case of Master of Arts in subjects other than Linguistics and Comparative Philology.

          iii) If the Indian Language is not studied in the school, the Candidate must have it as Mother Tongue.

          iv) 2 yrs experience of Teaching/Research.

          v) Retired officials possessing qualification as given above may also apply. Their services may be considered in case, no suitable candidates are otherwise available.

     2. Desirable: i) Ph.D. in Linguistics, Comparative Philology, Indian Languages.


Note: The condition regarding age is relaxable at the discretion of Selection Committee in the cases of the candidates otherwise found suitable.

Those who are interested may directly send their CV/Biodata with details of qualification and experience along with attested copies of certificates, testimonials by Speed Post to the Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Manasagangotri, Mysore – 570 006.  The last date of receipt of application is 4th June 2010.

Honorarium to be paid Rs.700/- for Ph.D. candidates, Rs.600/- for M.Phil candidates and Rs.500/- for M.A. candidates per day for actual working days.  You may also visit CIIL’s website www.ciil.org. under Announcement for Resource Persons(Academic) for RLCs.

 


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