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2-yr Residency Period Not Mandatory For PhD Student Before Taking Ad Hoc Job: Delhi HC - (02 Jan 2018)

Delhi High Court has held that there is no requirement of having a compulsory two-year residency period before a PhD student can obtain ad-hoc employment if she or he been permitted to join work by the supervisor and the Departmental Research Committee of the Delhi University.

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