Career Opportunity in Teaching MBA at KFA Business School.

2017-02-17

As per institution rule

Full time

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Career Opportunity in Teaching MBA -

For Academic Professors (APs) & Professional Contributors (PCs)

KFA was established in July 2001 and is contributing in Training, Education and Consulting. As an academic wing of KEA, 'KEA Business School & IT' in affiliation with Lincoln University College has been running MBA and BHM programs with its highly innovative and unique teaching methodologies.

KFA has embraced Dual Faculty System (DFS) in its MBA Program As per D F S. all the subjects are taught by two Resource Persons. While Academic Professors (APs) teach from the textbooks covering conventional and contemporary emerging theories. Professional Contributors (PCs) bang in the real case studies from their respective work experience to align with respective Units of the Syllabus.

DFSH highly effective and good learning experience for

  • Academic Professors. Who can gel first hand exposure of practical aspects of business;
  • Professional Contributors. Who can acquire knowledge from emerging theories around the world: and needless to say.
  • Students got exposures from both words: theoretical knowledge and relevant practical experience/case studies.

In order to strengthen and diversify existing pool of Resource Persons, KFA invites 'Letter of Intent' from Academic Professors & Professional Contributors having more than 5 years experience in Academic sector and various Management Positions from relevant (manufacturing & service) sectors to teach following subjects:

1. Banking & Insurance

2. Business Accounting & Finance

3. Business Economics

4. Business Environment Analysis

5. Business Research Methodology

6. Conflict Management

7. Customer Relationship Management

8. Management of Data

9. Organization Behavior

10. Sales& Promotion

Please inbox your CV to placement@kfaltd.com by 17th February, 2017. Suitable individuals will be called for meeting with Academic Council Members of the college