Aditya Group of Institutions, Mumbai, Wanted Teaching Faculty

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Job Posted Date: 16th August 2017

Aditya Group of Institutions, Mumbai has advertised in THE TIMES OF INDIA newspaper for the recruitment of Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor jobs vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply within 15 days from 16th August 2017. Check out further more details below.

College Name: Aditya Group of Institutions, Mumbai

About College: Aditya Institute of Management Studies & Research (AIMSR), Mumbai has an enviable growth trajectory as a B-School in the suburbs - be it student intake, live projects, corporate interaction, academic rigour or co-curricular charm - one never finds oneself short of work. Established in the year 2011, the institute has been approved by the AICTE as well as the DTE and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. AIMSR is also associated with the prestigious Harvard Business Publishing.

Name of the posts: Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor

Departments:
Aditya Institute of Management Studies and Research
Aditya College of Architecture
Aditya College of Design Studies

Qualifications:
Master Degree with Ph.D and 3-15 years of experience. For specific information, please the official advt provided below.

Job Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Salary: As per AICTE / DTE norms

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates are requested to to send application along with their CV, copies of certificates & mark sheets and PP size photo to the following postal address

Postal Address:
HR Department,
Aditya Educational Campus, 
R. M. Bhattad Road, Ram Nagar, 
Borivali (West), 
Mumbai 400 092,
Maharashtra, India.

Last Date: Within 15 days from 16th August 2017

Website: http://www.aimsr.edu.in

Reference: Advertisement on THE TIMES OF INDIA Ascent newspaper dated 16th August 2017

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