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31 December 2017

Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, Wanted Professor / Associate Professor

Job Posted Date: 31st December 2017

Coimbatore Institute of Technology (CIT), Coimbatore has advertised in THE HINDU classified newspaper for the recruitment of Teaching Faculty- Professor / Associate Professor jobs vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply on or before 08th January 2018. Check out further more details below.

College Name: Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore

About College: Coimbatore Institute of Technology is government-aided autonomous engineering college located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. It was founded in 1956 by V. Rangaswamy Naidu Educational Trust.

Name of the posts: Teaching Faculty- Professor / Associate Professor

Departments with Specialization:
Civil Engineering- Environmental Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering- Communication Engineering

Qualifications: As per AICTE norms or kindly refer the official website of the college

Job Location: Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

Salary: As per College norms

How to Apply: Eligible and interested candidates are required to send application along with CV, all necessary copies of certificates and passport size photograph to following postal address

Postal Address:
The Principal,
Coimbatore Institute of Technology,
Tamil Nadu, India.

Email Address:

Last Date to apply: 08th January 2018


Reference: Advertisement on THE HINDU classified newspaper dated 31st December 2017

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