NSU Job circular in October 2016

NSU Job circular in October 2016

NSU Job circular in October 2016

North South University, the first private university in Bangladesh, was established by a group of philanthropists, industrialists, bureaucrats and academics. The government of Bangladesh approved the establishment of North South University in 1992 under Private University Act (PUA)-1992 (now replaced by PUA-2010). The university was formally inaugurated on 10 February, 1993 by the then Prime Minister of Bangladesh. The honorable President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is the Chancellor of NSU.

Post Name: Assistant professor & lecturer.

Institute Name: North South University

Number of job vacancies: N/A

Type of Jobs: University jobs

Job category: Full Time

Job Level: Entry / Mid / Top Level

Job description: N/A

Educational Requirements: Ph.D. for Assistant professor and above and Masters degree for lecturers from a globally reputed university. For higher ranks, appropriate experience in  teaching and research is required.

Experience Requirements: N/A

Additional Job Requirements: N/A

Other Benefits: 50% House rent, Medical allowance, Two festival bonuses, Gratuity, provident fund, Group insurance,

Salary: Attractive salary and benefits. salary is negotiable for deserving candidates.

Jobs Location: Bashundhara, Dhaka

Age limit for jobs: N/A

Job Posting Date: 7th  October 2016

Jobs Deadline: 23rd  October 2016

Jobs Source: Kalerkontho

Email: registrar@northsouth.edu

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Web Address: http://www.northsouth.edu

Address: North South University
Plot # 15, Block # B, Bashundhara R/A
Dhaka-1229
Bangladesh

NSU Job circular in October 2016

NSU Job circular in October 2016

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