faculty positions JRRSU Jaipur

Benjamin Fleming fleming_b4 at HOTMAIL.COM
Wed Oct 1 15:56:44 UTC 2008

Well it may be that Canadian job notices "specify" that Canadians will have
priority; this is because they are required by law. In practice, however,
Canadian university, at least the larger ones, tend to vie for foreign
candidates. At least this has been my observation. I would be interested, in
the Indian example, to know how the hiring works in practice as opposed to
what the law specifies. I do know foreigners who have held positions at
Indian Universities.




Benjamin Fleming
Mellon Post-doctoral Fellow, Dept. of Religious Studies
University of Pennsylvania
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> and Canada job notices
> specify that Canadians will have priority.  It is contradictory to the
> idea of a world of universal scholarship, but this is, after all, the
> Kaliyug.
> Frank
> Frank F. Conlon
> Professor Emeritus of History, South Asian
>       Studies & Comparative Religion
> University of Washington
> Seattle, WA 98195-3560      USA
> Co-editor, H-ASIA
> President, H-NET Humanities & Social Sciences Online
> Managing Director, Bibliography of Asian Studies Online
> On Wed, 1 Oct 2008, Dominik Wujastyk wrote:
>> Is it legal in India to restrict applications or employment opportunities by
>> nationality?
>> Dominik
>> On Wed, 1 Oct 2008, veeranarayana Pandurangi wrote:
>>> Dear Friends
>>> JRRSU invites applications from indian nationals for faculty positions in
>>> various capacities and disciplines. Details can be seen in
>>> www.jrrsanskrituniversity.ac.in/httpdocs/index.htm
>>> Veeranarayana N.K. Pandurangi
>>> Head, Dept of Darshanas,
>>> Yoganandacharya Bhavan,
>>> Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Samskrita University, Madau, post
>>> Bhankrota, Jaipur, 302026.

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