Eligibilty as an assistant professor as per A.I.C.T.E.- MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences, London

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Praveen Choudhary
Eligibilty as an assistant professor as per A.I.C.T.E.- MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences, London

 

I have completed my masters from London. Am I eligible for the post of associate professor as per A.I.C.T.E. norms?


Anonymous (not verified)
No. The courses offered at

No. The courses offered at European countries are not recognized by AICTE. So, you probably not eligible for the post of Assistant professor.

Anonymous (not verified)
Assistant Proffesor

Dear Sir,

I have completed my M.Sc in clinical Research from Cranfield University UK, So am I eligible for the above post?

Please reply on my mail id. ravi_pharmaceuticals@yahoo.com

Thanks,
Ravi Rathod

Anonymous (not verified)
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Hi Praveen,

I too have completed msc from london. I came to know that we need to apply for a equivalence certificate in aicte. They charge 200 dollars for that. Basically, you can get this certificate of equivalence that states that your degree is equivalent to mpharm of india. By doing so you can get a job in college. I gave 2 interviews one for associate professor and one for JRF and both time, i was denied the job as i have done masters from UK which is of one year. later i found that i can get d job if i have this certificate. but ot be very true, people in that colleges are not quite positive in recruting us. and most of the time, reference works a lot here. so i did not take the certificate.

Anonymous (not verified)
Hi, as per AICTE norms to be

Hi, as per AICTE norms to be eligible for post of assistant professor, you need to do 2 years of masters in M.Pharm. Where as for associate professor, you need to have 3-5 years experience along with M.Pharm.

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Jayachandra

Ya,u are eligible for the said post.

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Jai

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