Central University of South Bihar, Wanted Teaching Faculty

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Central University of South Bihar has advertised in The Hindu newspaper for the recruitment of Professor | Associate Professor | Assistant Professor jobs vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply on or before 18th July 2016. Check out further more details below.

Name of the College : Central University of South Bihar

College Profile: Established under the Central Universities Act, 2009 (Section 25 of 2009) as Central University of Bihar (CUB) and the name since changed by the Central Universities (Amendment) Act, 2014 to Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) is an institution of higher learning in the state of Bihar. With the motto, i.e. ‘Collective Reasoning’ the University has been conducting its academic and administrative activities from temporary premises in Patna and Gaya and looking forward to shifting to the permanent campus on a 300 acre plot of land at Panchanpur (near Gaya town).

Job Name: Professor | Associate Professor | Assistant Professor

Departments:
Professor | Associate Professor jobs in:
Physics
Chemistry
History
Computer science (M.Sc/M.Tech)
Communication and Media studies
Development studies
Education
English
Environmental science
Life science
Mathematics
Psychology
Sociology
Statistics

Assistant Professor jobs in
Physics
Chemistry
History
Computer Science
Education
Environmental Science
Statistics
Political Science

Qualification: Should have M.A/M.Sc/Ph.D/NET/M.Tech

Job Location: Bihar

Scale of Pay : As per university norms

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may submit their application form along with necessary documents, passport size photo and Bank Challan to the following Postal address on or before 18th July 2016

Postal Address:
The Registrar,
Central University of South Bihar,
BIT Campus,
P.O. : B.V. College,
Patna-800014, India.

Last Date: 18th July 2016

Website : www.cub.ac.in

Official Notification:


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