Full-Time Shri Vaishnav Shaikshanik Awam wanted Group Director
Shri Vaishnav Shaikshanik Awam requires Group Director
Shri Vaishnav Shaikshanik Awam Parmarthik Nyas, Invites Applications from the Interested candidates for the following position:-
Post Name:- Group Director (Schools)
Eligibility: Post Graduate Degree in Education (Preferably Ph.D with a good academic record). Minimum 15 years of teaching experience including at least 5 years of experience as Principal of a reputed school, or similar position. Needs to be a visionary with 360 degree administrative and academic skills for bringing excellence in the schools. The candidate is expected to be well versed in the affiliation procedures.
Remuneration:- Salary is not a constraint for deserving candidates.
Interested candidates may send applications in the prescribed format available on the University Website along with Curriculum Vitae, photocopies of certificates and two passport size photographs to The Chairman, Shri Vaishnav Group of Trusts, Shri Vaishnav Vidya Parisar, 177 Jawahar Marg, South Rajmohalla, Indore-452002.
It is mandatory to send applications in hard copy.
Last Date:- January 10th, 2019.
Website: www.svg.svgipsar.orgShri Vaishnav Shaikshanik Awam Parmarthik Nyas
Shri Vaishnav Vidya Parisar, 177,
Jawahar Marg, South Rajmohalla
Phone:- 0731 -2341167, 2349111-112
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