New Delhi, Feb 27: One of the top institutes of Delhi University, Hansraj College, has released job notification for recruitment to various non-teaching posts. Recruitment is open for 42 vacancies in Librarian, Administrative Officer, Laboratory Assistant and other posts. Also Read - Delhi University Recruitment 2021: 1145 Vacancies For Non-teaching Posts Announced | Check Steps to Apply Online

Interested candidates may apply online and offline for these posts but only for MTS library post candidates need to submit offline. Details of the candidates eligibility is available on the official website of the university at hansrajcollege.ac.in. Also Read - DU Student Booked For Injecting Saline Solution Injections to Children to Boost Their Memory

Candidates are required to appear in written test, practical test and skill test. Applicants need to pay Rs 500 through online. Women candidates of all categories are also exempted from payment of fees. Also Read - Delhi University to Reopen For Final Year Students With Full Staff Strength From Feb 1

Applicants are required to submit the hard copy of online form after approval duly signed by the applicants along with one self-attested passport size photograph and self-attested copies of educational, date of birth, experience, caste certificates etc. to Principal of Hansraj College.

Interested candidates can submit their applications (online or offline)  within 14 days from the date of publication of the job advertisement.

Hans Raj College was founded by the D.A.V. College Managing Committee in 1948 in memory of the prominent Indian educator and nationalist Mahatma Hansraj. Initially started as an institution for men, the college became co-educational in 1978. Hansraj has been ranked 2nd best college of Delhi university after Stephens in science and for commerce after SRCC. It is one of the largest institutions of D.A.V group, which runs and manages over 700 institutions in India. With over 5,000 students, it is also one of the largest constituent colleges of the University of Delhi. For years Hans Raj College has been ranked among the Top-10 colleges of India in all three disciplines.