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Centre of Excellence Marine Biology Job University of Karachi, Assistant Professor

Centre of Excellence Marine Biology Job University of Karachi, Assistant Professor
Centre of Excellence Marine Biology Job University of Karachi, Assistant Professor

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE kmL IN MARINE BIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI

University Road, Karachi-75270 Phone: 9926 1551, 9926 1397 Website: www.cemh-ku.edu.pk

ACADEMIC POSITIONS VACANT

Centre of Excellence in Marine Biology, University of Karachi is among one of the twelve centers established under Centre of Excellence Act 1974. Our vision is ‘Clean, healthy, safe, productive and biologically diverse ocean and seas, particularly the Arabian Sea, conserved for the coming generations’. Our mission is ‘to improve our understanding and stewardship of the marine environment through research, education, capacity building and technology transfer’. Applications are invited from Progressive and Dynamic Candidates for the following Full Time Faculty Positions on Tenure Track System in different fields of Marine Biology (Biodiversity, Ecology, Aquaculture, Fisheries, Chemistry, Invertebrate and Vertebrate Biology) on Highly Competitive Salary Package:
■ PROFESSOR    (Rs.    234,000 –    11,440 –    ■ 405,600)
■ ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR    (Rs.    156,000-    9,100 –    • 292,500)
■ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR    (Rs.    104,000-    7,150 –    ■211,250)

Application forms and the details of tenure track system

may be downloaded from the CEMB [www.cemb-ku.edu.pk] and HEC [www.hec.gov.pk] websites. Four copies of duly filled applications along with attested copies of the degrees/certificates, reprints of research publications and Pay Order of Rs. 2000/- in favor of ‘Director, CEMB1 must reach the undersigned within 30 Days of the publication of this advertisement. Any effort to influence the recruitment process will lead to disqualify the candidate for either of the position.

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