Job in Government College University, Faisalabad 2013

Lecturer (Fine Arts Painting) Job in Government College University, Faisalabad 2013


GC university Faisalabad Campus is inviting applications from eligible candidates for Lecturer job from all over Pakistan. Initially job position status is temporary which is likely to be transferred to permanent in future time. Jobs are under BPS-18 and paid as per university rules for basic salary and allowances.

Eligibility Criteria

Age: 21-35 years
Qualification: First class Masters Degree or equivalent 16 years education from HEC recognized university; minimum CGPA 3; no third division in academic career for masters degree holder but acceptable for MPhil/PhD degree holders.
No Experience required.

How to Apply?

Application form can be downloaded from official website of GC University.
Filled form shall be sent along with Rs. 700/- demand draft on the name of Treasury, GC University, Faisalabal; attested academic documents copies, NIC copy, two recent passport size photographs and updated CV.
Completed applications must reach university no later than Sep. 30th, 2013.

NTS Test

NTS Test will be conducted for Lecturer Job in Government College University, Faisalabad 2013.
Last date for submission for NTS is also Sep. 30th, 2013.
Test would be conducted on Oct. 30th, 2013.
Shortlisted candidates would be called for interview. No TA/DA would be given.

REGISTRAR: Muhammad Ayub




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