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09 September 2021

Camlin High School, Bengaluru, Karnataka, Wanted Teaching Faculty

Job Post Date: 9th Sep 2021

Camlin High School, Bengaluru, Karnataka, has advertised in website for recruitment of Assistant Professors vacancies. Interested and eligible job aspirants are requested to apply on or before 25th Sep 2021.Check out further more details below.

Name of the College: Camlin High School, Bengaluru, Karnataka





College Profile: In the heart of Bangalore in a place called Hampinagar, stands this school, ‘Camlin English School‘ governed by the “Camlin Education Society“This institution was established in 1982, by the founder-secretary, Sri. T.B.G Aradhya, B.Sc., M.A., M.Ed., (LLb) with a meagre strength of 26 students. His vision of making this institution one of the best in Hampinagar has now seen light. Being in the same field, i.e. the field of education, the secretary with his great foresight has enabled this institution to scale great heights. .
Name of the Posts:
  • Teachers
Subject:
Maths
Science
Social
English
Qualifications:
 As per Institution Norms.

Job Location:  Bengaluru - Karnataka.

Salary Package:
As per UGC norms. Salary is not a constraint for

deserving candidates.
Apply Mode:  Mail
How to Apply:
 Interested Candidates must send their resume through post along with original certificates.

Postal Address:
Camlin High School, 
4th Cross Hampinagar,
Vijaynagar 2nd Stage,
Bengaluru, 
Karnataka - 104.
 080 23301363.

Last date :September 25, 2021

EMAIL:NA
Website:http://www.camlinschool.com/.
Reference: Recruitment Notification on The  Times of INdia date 9th Sep 2021.




























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