CBU recruits professors

CBU is a repository of innovative ideas resulting from innovation, research and ICT Consultancy activities. The university wishes to utilise this capacity to build a Cadre of senior academic staff that will resolve societal challenges and generate additional income necessary for continued operations and long term financial sustainability.  CBU has 3 core responsibilities: teaching, research and Consultancy.

The Copperbelt University- CBU in Kitwe is conducting interviews to recruit senior academic staff and professors in various disciplines of engineering and medicine from India.

The interviews that have attracted over Hundred Professors in fields of engineering, medicine and general sciences are being conducted in three cities namely Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

And CBU Vice Chancellor Prof. Naison Ngoma is confident that the university will finally get the much needed resource who will bring positive change to the university. Professor Ngoma said there was need to roll out the process in India which has a pool of strong scientists with significant experience. The higher learning institution has been facing challenges in recruiting qualified lecturers and professors locally.

The copperbelt University is currently undertaking an exercise to recruit senior academic staff and professors in various disciplines of engineering and medicine. A team lead by the vice chancellor prof Naison Ngoma comprising of the acting dean school of engineering Dr Rudolf Kashinga, Head of dept clinical services school of medicine Dr Boniface Kawimbe, deputy registrar establishment Theresa Chalwe, deputy registrar council Margaret Banda and public relations officer Christabel Malama are conducting interviews in three cities namely Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. Hundreds of professors in fields of engineering, medicine and general sciences have showed up in numbers in response to the advert by the copperbelt University. So far, over hundred professors with significant experience have been interviewed and recommended for various positions in their fields of expertise awaiting final shortlisting. CBU has been facing challenges in recruiting qualified lecturers and professors locally hence the need to roll out the process to India which has a pool of strong scientists with significant experience.

Prof Ngoma is confident that the university will finally get the much needed resource who will bring positive change to the university.

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