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SCERT Recruitment 2023: 99 Posts for Assistant Professor Available, Apply Now!

SCERT Recruitment 2023: 99 Posts for Assistant Professor Available, Apply Now!

A notification has been released by SCERT inviting candidates to apply for the post of Assistant Professor. For the SCERT Recruitment 2023, eligible candidates can apply. 

State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) is conducting a recruitment drive to fill up 99 vacant posts for Assistant Professors in the organization. Candidates can check the website of SCERT at to apply for this recruitment.

The application process started on March 27 and the deadline for the application process is April 14, 2023.

Eligibility Criteria

The age limits for a candidate must be between 18 to 45 years to be eligible for the SCERT Recruitment 2023. Other information relating to educational qualifications can be read from the notification released by the SCERT.

Selection Process

A computer-based test/examination will be the main selection criteria. It will have 150 objective-type questions with 4 options out of which the candidate has one as their option. 40 percent marks will be considered as qualifying marks for the Unreserved category while 30 percent and 25 percent for SC/OBC-NCL/EWS and ST respectively.

Application Fee


Application Fee


Rs. 1600/-

For Women/SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen/PwBD

Rs. 1100/-


The Delhi government's State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) is an independent organization. It is a nodal organization authorized by the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) to handle admissions, curriculum development, course administration, counseling, examinations, and certification for pre-service training programs in elementary and pre-primary education. The nine Delhi DIETs, which among other things offer a two-year pre-service Diploma Course in Elementary Teacher Education, are also under the supervision and management of the SCERT.

The SCERT has significantly impacted teacher education in general and school education specifically for more than two decades. With a total annual intake of 4150 students as of June 2011, SCERT collaborates with 9 District Institutes of Education and Training (DIET), 21 recognized private institutions offering two-year full-time diploma programs in elementary teacher education, and 30 recognized private institutions offering two-year full-time diploma programs in early childhood care and education. These institutions are all located in different districts of Delhi.

As a means of decentralizing the duties of high-quality education, research, and training, the National Policy on Education (NPE) of 1986 advocated the establishment of State Councils of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) in each State. In May 1988, SCERT, Delhi, was established as an independent body under the Societies Registration Act.

At the moment, SCERT is affiliated with two pre-service teacher education programs for undergraduate students.

In-Service Education for Teachers

Teachers from the MCD, NDMC, and Dte. of Education can participate in in-service teacher education programs organized by SCERT. Furthermore, conducted are special workshops for heads of schools. SCERT and DIETs organized in-service training/orientation programs for 91 273 staff between 1991 and 2005. teachers, educational administrators, and heads of schools.


SCERT is in charge of creating educational resources for kids as well as teacher support materials. SCERT released 215 publications between 1988 and 2005.

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