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  • n. The rank or position of lecturer.


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lecturer +‎ -ship


  • Say there is an opening for a temporary lecturership at the university.

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  • Economists, in those days, were very scarce, so I did pick up a temporary lecturership at the London School of

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  • Pietermaritzburg, Chairman of the newly-created Gandhi-Tagore lecturership, for a message for the inaugural lecture under its auspices by Sir S. Radhakrishnan on April 10, 1939. 7.

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  • In 1989, NET was recognised by UGC as pre-qualification for lecturership and was renamed as CSIR-UGC National Eligibility Test for junior research fellowship and eligibility for lectureship.

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  • Can opt for asst. lecturership in colleges after qualifying for NET.

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  • UGC's national educational testing (NET) for JRF and eligibility for lecturership under the faculty of humanities, social science, languages (including electronics science, environmental science, computer science and application) will be held on December 27.

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  • MADURAI: The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-University Grants Commission eligibility test for junior research fellowship and lecturership examination will be conducted at Karaikudi on Sunday.

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  • Thus, when an opportunity arose for moving, to a university lecturership at Cambridge (and Fellowship of Gonville and Caius

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