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Gujarat Vidyapith Recruitment 2019 for Senior Research Fellow Posts (Last Date 27-05-19)
Name of Position and Detail: Senior Research Fellow (JRF)
Education Qualification: MSC
Pay Scale | Salary: Rs. 25000/-
How to Apply in Gujarat Vidyapith Recruitment 2019 for Senior Research Fellow Posts: Eligible and interested applicants may attend walk in interview on 27-05-2019 (11 AM) with application, all documents (original and photocopies) related to qualification, experience, age, cast etc to the given venue. Applicants must bring their all original certificates at the time of interview and reach the venue before stipulated time of interview.
Last Date of Apply: Walk in Interview : 27-05-2019 (11 AM)
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About Gujarat Vidyapith @ www.gujaratvidyapith.org
The university was founded on 18 October 1920 as a ‘Rashtriya Vidyapith’ (‘National University’) by Mahatma Gandhi, who would serve throughout his life as the kulpati (chancellor).
The Gujarat Vidyapith was started in Dahyabhai Mehta’s bungalow behind the Kocharab Ashram(the Kocharab Aashram was started in barrister Jivanlal Desai bunglow).
Its purpose was to promote educational institutions run by Indians for Indians outside the financial and governing control of British authorities. The university helped nationalists establish a system of education for all Indians, thus proving the country’s independence from British-run institutions and de-legitimizing the British Raj. Its foundation was one of the important event of an initiative satyagraha launched by Gandhi as a means to peacefully terminate British rule in India.
The vidyapith’s foundation was emulated by nationalists in Benares, Bombay, Calcutta, Nagpur, Madras and in many cities across India. Answering Gandhi’s call to boycott British institutions, influences and goods, many thousands of students and teachers left British colleges to join the Vidyapith.
People like Jivatram Kripalani and Nanabhai Bhatt volunteered to teach.