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29 June 2020

Sriram Vidhya Mandir School, Vyasarpadi, Chennai, Wanted Teachers

Job Post Date: 29th June 2020 

Sriram Vidhya Mandir School, Vyasarpadi, Chennai has advertised in HINDU newspaper for recruitment of Teaching Faculty jobs vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply within 7 days.Check out further more details below.

Name of the College: Sriram Vidhya Mandir School, Vyasarpadi, Chennai

College Profile: Sriram Vidhya Mandir School (CBSE) is situated in a serene and pollution free sprawling ambience. The school follows CBSE Curriculum and it is well equipped with the state of the art infrastructure. The SRVM CBSE firmly believes in the holistic development of the students. Hence, the school gives importance to sports and games along with other co-curricular activities
Name of the Posts:(Positions)
  1. KGT
  2. TGT
Departments:
  • Tamil
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Maths
  • Science
  • Social
  • PET
Qualifications:(Preference):
KG Teachers: with Montessori Trg.with UG degree
TG Teachers: for Std I to V with min. UG degree & B.Ed.preferably with 3 Yrs exp
Job Location: Salem[Search tip: Search in Google as FacultyON Tamilnadu to find latest faculty teachers vacancies Salem city alone]
Salary Package:
As per norms
Apply Mode:Email/Post
How to Apply: Eligible/ interested candidates are requested to Apply through email within
a week to given address.
Postal Address:
The Secretary,
Sriram Educational Trust,
Chennai -2.
Last Date: With in a week.
Website:http://sriramvmscbse.edu.in/
Reference: Recruitment Notification on The HINDU Newspaper dated 28th June 2020





























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