Announcement: Candidates are shortlisted for Written Examination against various academic positions at RUB

Candidates are shortlisted for Written Examination against various academic positions at RUB based on the below mentioned shortlisting criteria.

To view list of shortlisted candidates, please click here.

Shortlisting Criteria:

  1. Candidates meet the benchmark score:
    • Those with Bachelors degree: Minimum aggregate of 60% each in Class X (English + best 4 subjects) and Class XII (English + best 3 subjects), and 55% in Bachelors degree (honors/technical)/60% in Bachelors degree (general).
      Note: The criteria do not apply for those with minimum of five years of relevant experience in professional positions.
    • Those with relevant Masters degree: Minimum aggregate of 50% each in Bachelors degree and Masters degree
  2. Merit rank of ‘Aggregate %’ for positions with more than 20 applicants. ‘Aggregate %’ has been calculated considering performance in academic qualifications: 15% of Class X, 25% of Class XII and 60% of Bachelors degree.
    Additionally, 5 bonus points have been awarded for those with relevant Masters degree qualification for positions where Bachelors degree is the minimum qualification requirement. Also, 5 bonus points have been awarded for those with 5 – 10 years of relevant experience and 10 bonus points for those with more than 10 years of relevant experience.
  3. Relevance of qualifications have been assessed by respective Colleges to determine the suitability of candidates based on subject contents.
  4. Applications not considered for those with invalid documents or non-submission of any mandatory documents.

Candidates may appeal to the HR Division latest by Thursday, 11 February 2021, 1 PM, for any grievances related to shortlisting via phone call at 02-336523/02-336454.

Important Note:

  1. All shortlisted candidates must sit for written examination. Candidates must bring along their original Citizenship Identity Card and other items required for the examination.
  2. Written examination will be administered to test the subject knowledge of the candidates.
  3. Candidates shortlisted for 2 or 3 positions have to sit for Written Examination for different papers separately.
  4. Candidates must score 50% or more in the written examination.
  5. A maximum of 5 candidates (for 1 slot) will be shortlisted for viva voce interview based on the merit of marks secured in the written examination.
  6. The scores obtained in the written examination will be considered during the final selection.
  7. Tentative date for Written Examination is 15-16 February 2021 (logistics for the examination, including time and venue will be announced at a later date via our website and phone calls to shortlisted candidates).

Human Resource Division