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Guru Nanak Dev University invites Online Applications for posts of Instructors

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Amritsar, July 26, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Online applications are invited for various posts of Instructors for different courses/diplomas in the Department of Lifelong Learning of the Guru Nanak Dev University. This appointment will be purely part-time contract basis for the Session 2021-22.

Prof. Saroj Bala, Director said that the candidates who fulfill the prescribed qualifications can fill the online application form at the website  http://www.gndu.ac.in/lifelongptins/default.aspx before August 31, 2021. The applicant can visit the University website www.gndu.ac.in for the interview date, time, venue and qualifications/instructions etc.

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