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16 December 2020

MGP Institutions, Banglore, Wanted Teaching Faculty

Job Post Date: 16th Dec 2020  

MGP Institutions, Banglore,  has advertised in Deccan Herald newspaper for recruitment of  Teaching Faculty jobs vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply as soon as possible.Check out further more details below.

Name of the CollegeMGP Institutions, Banglore




College Profile: Mahatma Gandhi Professional College of Nursing is situated in Bangalore in Karnataka state of India. it is accredited from Indian Nursing Council (INC) and it is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University. MGPCN, Bangalore offers 4 courses across 1 streams namely Nursing and across 3 degrees like GNM, BSc, MSc.Hostel facility is not available for its students. Additional campus facilities such as Library are also there.
Name of the Posts:Female
Staff
Bus driver
Security Guard
Departments:
BPT
Nursing
Bio chemistry
Spoken English
Qualifications:(Preference):.
B.Sc M.Sc Nursing
M.Sc Microbiology, Bio Chemistry
Job Location: Bengaluru[Search tip: Search in Google as FacultyON Karnataka to find latest faculty teachers vacancies Bangluru city alone]
Salary Package:
Salary comparable to the best in the profession
Apply Mode:Email/Post
How to Apply: ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES MAY SEND THEIR RESUMES as soon as possible.
Postal Address:
MGP Institutions, 
#41/P2, Kanmanikai,
Kengeri, Mysore Road,
Bangalore - 560074.


Last Date:NA
Email:mgp_nc2001@yahoo.com
Website:http://www.mgpinstitutions.com/contactus.html
Reference: Recruitment Notification on The Deccan Herald Newspaper dated 15th Dec 2020













































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