Sacred Heart College of Arts and Science, Dindigul wanted Assistant Professor


Sacred Heart College of Arts and Science, Dindigul wanted Assistant Professor for the academic year 2021- 2022 academic year. Eligible candidates can appear for Walk-In.

Date Posted: 19th October 2021

Hiring Organization: Sacred Heart College of Arts and Science, Dindigul

Organizational Profile: The Brothers Congregation had the vision of starting a College in Dindigul District since the adjacent villages consist of huge student population who are deprived of their college education in view of their poverty driven family situation.
The Most Rev. P. Antony Pappusamy D.D; STD, then Bishop of Dindigul realized the poor conditions of the student community and came out with the magnanimous offer of 15 acres of land for the use of Educational Purposes- a noble cause indeed! The property was handed over to the Brothers Congregation for starting educational institutions for the poor students to get access to higher studies.

Job Title:

Employment Type: Full Time


  • Tamil
  • English
  • Commerce
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science


Candidate Profile:

  • Candidate should completed  their PG in relevant subjects
  • Commitment towards work

Job Location: Dindigul, Tamilnadu

Apply Mode: Walk-In

College Website URL:

How to Apply: Interested candidates may Walk-In with Original Certificates and all other necessary documents on 23rd October 2021 at 9.30 am to the college campus

Venue Address:
Sacred Heart College of Arts and Science,
RMTC Colony, Reddiapatty,
Dindigul, Tamilnadu,
India – 624003

Reference: Advertisement Dated on 17th October 2021

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