Narayanadri Institute of Science and Technology, Kadapa, Wanted Teaching Faculty

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Narayanadri Institute of Science and Technology, Kadapa has advertised in the Sakshi newspaper for the recruitment of Teaching Faculty Associate Professors and Assistant Professor jobs vacancies. Also Placement Officer is required. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply within 04 days from 08th April 2016. Check out further more details below or at http://www.indiastudychannel.com/jobs/393234-Narayanadri-Institute-of-Science-and-Technology-Kadapa-Wanted-Teaching-Faculty.aspx

Name of the Posts: Narayanadri Institute of Science and Technology, Kadapa


About College: Narayanadri Institute of Science & Technology (NIST) is located on a sprawling lush green campus of 33 acres and surrounded by Green paddy fields and it’s a pollution free campus with fresh air away from the hustle-bustle of city life which provides an excellent environment for Education.NIST is established and managed by high profile with a dedicated vision to impart quality technical education among the rural youth.

Name of the posts: Associate Professor, Assistant Professor and Placement Officer

Departments:
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering

Job Location: Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh

Qualifications: Candidates should have eligibility as per AICTE norms

Salary: As per AICTE norms

How to apply: Interested and eligible candidates are requested to send applications with CV, copies of certificates / documents and a recent PP size photograph to the email address, careers.nist@gmail.com or to the address provided below.

The Principal,
Narayanadri Institute of Science and Technology,
Venkatapalli Road, Rajampet,
Kadapa District-516115,
Andhra Pradesh, India.

Last date: Within 04 days from 08th April 2016

Reference: http://epaper.sakshi.com/772290/Andhra-Pradesh/08-04-2016#page/10/2

Official Website: www.nistedu.in

Phone: 99857-67866

Official Notification:

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