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20 July 2018

Vidyavana College, Bangalore, Wanted Lecturers

Job Posted Date: 20th July 2018

Vidyavana College, Bangalore has advertised in the DECCAN HERALD newspaper for the recruitment of Lecturers jobs vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply immediately from 18th July 2018. Check out further more details below.

College Name: Vidyavana College, Bangalore

College Profile: Vidyavana Educational Trust was established in 2012 with a motto of providing  education aspiring to global thought leadership.VIDYAVANA EDUCATINAL TRUST ® established its VIDYAVANA PU COLLEGE & DEGREE COLLEGE at Koraluru, Tirumalashettyhalli, Whitefield area, Bengaluru. The college has various study programs, with each Program comprehensive to deliver the value with sufficient inputs to the students to embark on a professional career.

Name of the postsLecturers

Department:
Commerce
Economics
Biology


Qualifications: PG

Job Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Salary: 15K per month

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates are requested to send their CV along with copies of certificates / experience certificates and recent PP size photographs to the following postal address.

Postal Address:
Vidyavana College,
NO, 304/108, Koraluru,
Thirumalashettyhalli Cross,
Nadavatti Post, Hosakote Taluk,

Bangalore - 560067,
Karnataka, India.

Last Date: Immediately from 18th July 2018

Website: http://www.vidyavana.org/

Reference: Advertisement on DECCAN HERALD newspaper dated 18th July 2018

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