Faculty Recruitment notification announced by Indian Maritime University, Mumbai, Maharashtra – Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor Jobs. Eligible candidates may apply online and by postal.
Post Date: 15th April 2023
Hiring Organization: Indian Maritime University, Mumbai
Organization Profile: LBS CAMSAR is a premier post-sea Maritime Education and Training Institution offering a comprehensive range of courses for Merchant Navy personnel. LBS CAMSAR was founded in October 1948 under the recommendations of the Merchant Navy Training Committee as Central Government premier post sea training institute for merchant Navy officers of Navigation & Engineering for giving skilled technical instructions to the Merchant Navy officers of Navigation and Engineering Department for Certificate of Competency. Named as ‘Lal Bahadur Shastri Nautical & Engineering College’ as a token of gratitude to former Prime Minster Late Shri. Lal Bahadur Shastri for making the present site available. Renamed as Lal Bahadur College of Advanced Maritime Studies & Research in 1994.
Job Title: Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor
Employment Type: Contract
Department having vacancy:
- Marine Engineering
- Nautical Science
Essential Qualifications: As per norms
Candidate Profile :
- The candidate should complete PG in relevant discipline
- Commitment towards work
- Candidate should have Good Communication Skill
Job Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra
Associate Professor: Pay Matrix Level -13A (131400-217100)
Assistant Professor: Pay Matrix Level -10 (57700-182400)
Apply Mode: Online & Postal
Organization Website: https://imu.edu.in/
How to Apply: Interested candidates may apply online by 4th May 2023 and send the hard copy of the application along with necessary testimonials by 9th May 2023.
Link to apply: Click Here
INDIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY
(A Central University; Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways)
Mumbai Port Campus (LBS CAMSAR & MERI)
Hay Bunder Road, Sewri, Mumbai 400033.
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