Full-Time Charutar Vidya Mandal requires Associate and Assistant Professors
Charutar Vidya Mandal, Applications are invited for the position of Associate Professors / Assistant Professors / Adhyapak Sahayaks.
Charutar Vidya Mandal seeking for Associate and Assistant Professors
* Associate Professors
* Assistant Professors
in the subjects of Environmental Science, Organic Chemistry, Valuation (Plant & Machinery, Real Estate), Microbiology, Physics / Instrumentation, Mathematics, Inorganic Chemistry, Computer Science, Forensic Sciences, Computer Applications, Industrial Chemistry, General Management, Economics, English & Communication Skills, Accounting & Taxation, Finance, Journalism & Mass Communication, Applied Economics, Political Science, Applied Psychology, Human Resource Management Social Work, Human Resources Development, Sociology, Law, English Language Teaching, Education (B.Ed.), Architecture.
For further details please visit our website www.ecvm.net.
Qualifications and experience as per SPU / UGC / COA norms / rules.
Blank application form can be downloaded from our website.
The completed application form along with attested copies of the certificates, mark sheets, testimonials and self evaluation API score (where applicable) form to be sent to Hon. Secretary at the above address latest by 25th April 2018.
Mota Bazaar, Vallabh Vidyanagar,
Anand, Gujarat 388120
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