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සැ.යු. මේදිනවල පවතින තැපැල් වර්ජණය හේතුවෙන් අයදුම්පත් භාරගන්නා අවසන් දින කිසි ලෙසකින් දීර්ඝ නොකරනු ලබන අතර

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Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka

Vacancies

POST OF VENARABLE VICE-CHANCELLOR

Applications are invited from eminently qualified Bhikkus who are well versed in Discipline and Doctrine in Buddhist Studies and Pali to take over the leadership of the Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka as its Venerable Vice-Chancellor according to the provisions of the Buddhist and Pali University Act No. 74 of 1981 as amended by the Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka (Amendment) Act No. 37 of 1995.  The appointment is for a period of three years.

  

 

ACADEMIC STAFF

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following posts up to 30.06. 2017.

ACADEMIC POSTS

 

01.       Faculty of Buddhist Studies

  1. Lecturer (Probationary)/Senior Lecturer Grade II/Senior Lecturer Grade I
  • Archaeology
  • Religious Studies & Comparative Philosophy  
  • Buddhist Culture

02.       Faculty of Language Studies

  1. Lecturer (Probationary)/Senior Lecturer Grade II/Senior Lecturer Grade I
  • Pali
  • (The applicant should be able to teach in both Sinhala and English Medium)

         

 


NON-ACADEMIC STAFF

Assistant Registrar (Legal and Documentation) and  Assistant Registrar

 

 

UGC references

1. Circular206_2012.pdf

2. 392-commission-circular-no-841

3.323-commission-circular-no-794

 

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Academic

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Details Librarian

Detail Lecturer (Probationary)

Application Academic             Application PDF

 

Non - Academic

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Full Details

Application Non- Academic

 

SCHEMES OF RECRUITMENT - ACADEMIC STAFF 

Commission Circular No. 721

Commission Circular No. 916

Commission Circular No.935

Comm. Circular 11/2015

Comm. Circular 01/2013

Establishment Circular Letter 17/2005

Commission Circular No: 921

Comm. Circular 996

Commission Circular No 960

Commission Circular No 14/2014