DMI College of Engineering, Chennai faculty recruitment

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The DMI College of Engineering, Chennai has recently released a vacancy notification for Assistant Professors/HOD. DMI College of Engineering Chennai, recruitment for posts for candidates are following. This is a great opportunity for peoples waiting for jobs posts in Chennai, Tamilnadu. Official notification is published on the official website. Candidates are advised to apply for the post before 8 June 2019. Interested and eligible candidate can learn eligibility criteria and more as given below.

Employer: DMI College of Engineering, Chennai

Address: The Principal, DMI College of Engineering, Palanchur, Chennai, 600123.

Name of post: Assistant Professor/HOD

Email: dmiceoffice@gmail.com

URL: www.dmice.ac.in

Contact number: 04426810642, 9445016740

Job Location: Chennai, Tamilnadu

Salary: As per 6th pay commission

Vacancies: Assistant Professor/HOD

Department: MBA

Educational Qualification: MBA and Ph.D from reputed institutions as per AICTE norms.

Experience: Candidate must have a minimum of 3 years experience.

Desirable Skills:

  • A minimum of two publications from SCI journals is desirable for professors.
  • Proven experience in conducting international conferences/ FDP/Workshops.
  • Proven experience to lead a team of teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • Should have knowledge in NBA.
  • Should serve in this institution for at least 2 years.
  • should have knowledge in the respective field and should be ready to give a 15-minute presentation on any topic, if selected for interview.
  • Willing to work in a team environment.

Interview Process:

  • Written Test
  • Board Presentation
  • Personal Interview

Age Limit: NA

Application Fees: NA

Apply Mode: Postal/Email

How to Apply: Interested and Eligible candidates must send a detailed resume of both soft copy and hard copy addressed to the Principal of the college before 8 June 2019.

Notification: Click Here