Education ministry announces vacant positions of 3 major universities of Islamabad

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Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training has announced the vacant positions of Vice Chancellors and Rector of three major universities of the federal capital.

According to official sources, the posts of Vice Chancellors of Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Allama Iqbal Open University and Rector, International Islamic University (IIU), Islamabad soon to be vacant and will be filled through legal process.

The Search Committee for appointment of Vice Chancellors/Rector, constituted by the President, Islamic Republic of Pakistan/Chancellor, Federally Chartered Universities invites applications from accomplished and strongly motivated academic leaders and administrators who can further develop and improve the management of the important institutions of intellectual growth and higher learning.

As per details of eligibility criteria, the applicant shall not be more than 65 years of age on the last date fixed for submission of applications.

However, he/she may have earned a Ph.D Degree from an HEC recognized or UNESCO – listed institutions.

The candidates must have experience in a Senior Academic, Research and Management leadership position, while he/she may also possess distinguished Research and Publications record.

Similarly, as per details of qualification and experience, the applicants will be assessed according to their academic and leadership abilities and attainments, as well as significant evidence of scholarship, administration, meaningful research, strategic planning, financial management and resource development. A holistic understanding of issues pertaining to the higher education sector including enhancement of pedagogy and quality assurance, research and development, impact on economy, development of human and financial resources, and constructive social interaction with communities .

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