QIS College of Pharmacy, Ongole – Assistant Professor Jobs

Faculty recruitment notification announced by QIS College of Pharmacy, Ongole, Andhra Pradesh for the 2022-2023 academic calendar year. Eligible candidates may apply through Email.

Date Posted: 20th May 2022

College Name:  QIS College of Pharmacy

College Profile:  Sri Nidamanuri Educational Society, Ongole, established in 1997, Sponsors a group of educational institutions and are designed with meticulous attention and thoughtful design with convenient space, making it truly top class. The vibrant interior and exquisite finishing lend the college an ambience that is as delightful and inspiring. The management introduced QIS College of Pharmacy during 2006-07 and offers B.Pharm, M.Pharm. (Pharmaceutics), M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance), M.Pharm (Pharmacology) and Pharm.D with an to materialize as the dreams of aspiring students and parents. QIS College of Pharmacy, since its inception has been performing exceptionally good to meet its goal of providing quality pharmaceutical service to the society. The pharmacy education needs are increasing in the society. To meet these requirements QIS College of Pharmacy is striving to provide the highest standards of quality pharmacy education.

Job Title: Assistant Professor

Department: Pharm.D. / Pharmaceutics / Pharmaceutical Chemistry / Pharmaceutical Analysis / Pharmacognosy

Qualification: M.Pharm. / Pharm.D

Experience:  Freshers also can apply

Candidate Profile: 

Job Location:  Ongole, Andhra Pradesh

Pay Scale:  As per Norms

Apply Mode: Email

Last Date to Apply:  31st May 2022

College Website URL:  qiscp.edu.in

Email Address to apply: [email protected]

Postal Address with Contact Number:

Ongole, AP.
92464 19574 / 98662 68129

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