Having a good practice as an advocate does not equate to teaching experience, Delhi HCMarch 15 2017
The Delhi High Court last week dismissed a petition challenging the selection process for teachers at Faculty of Law, Delhi University. The petition was filed on the ground that the requirements for appointment of an Assistant Professor did not include experience as an advocate.
Currently, the eligibility criteria for selection of faculty includes “good academic record as defined by the University”, with at least 55% marks at the Master’s degree level. Having cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the UGC is also a prerequisite . . .
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