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300 interns to be hired by Punjab HED to meet college teachers’ shortage

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LAHORE: The Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) will hire around 300 College Teaching Interns (CTIs) to meet the shortage of teaching staff at the public sector colleges.

According to details, the CTIs would be hired for a period of four months during the ongoing fiscal year.

There is no age limit to apply while those hired would be offered a monthly stipend of Rs45,000.

The list of vacant positions in college (male and female) would be placed at the notice board of the respective colleges tomorrow (Wednesday) while interested candidates could submit applications from 14 to 15 January.

The colleges would display tentative merit lists on 17 January while the final merit list would be placed on 20 January.

The interviews would be held from 21 to 23 January while the list of successful candidates would be placed by colleges on 25 January.

Finally, grievance redress mechanism would be completed from 28 to 29 January while final merit lists would be placed by the colleges on 01 February. MA/MSc (2nd Division) is the minimum qualification required to apply for these temporary teaching positions.

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