FAQs - Careers at CMRU

FAQs - Careers at CMRU

Eligibility for various teaching posts is as per the University Grants Commission (UGC) norms.

Eligibility for various posts is governed by the CMR University norms and hiring policies.

Eligibility for various posts is governed by the CMR University norms and hiring policies.

CMR University faculty and staff work throughout the academic year. However, all Sundays as well as every second and fourth Saturday are days off. Other holidays will be granted as per the University’s calendar of events.

Compensation is as per the UGC pay scale.

Maternity leave will be granted as per the University regulations.

The holiday calendar can be found here.

We encourage our faculty to attend seminars relevant to their field. There is no upper limit on the number of seminars that one can attend. However, it is important that the faculty member is able to balance their participation in professional development activities along with his / her teaching workload and other research activities.

The CMR Life Skills Institute conducts numerous training and skills development workshops on a regular basis. These workshops are open to all faculty and staff of CMR University and the CMR Group of Institutions.

Absolutely. We encourage our faculty to strive towards lifelong learning, and to work towards attaining higher degrees. Many of our faculties successfully pursue the PhD qualification either through a part-time or full-time program. However, their ability to do so really depends on their own individual capacity to balance work and study.

Yes, all faculty members are provided with their own workstation.

It varies depending on the specific role and School to which one belongs. Typically, it roughly falls between 8 and 18 hours.

Yes. However, this is subject to a few conditions.

Yes, it is possible. This is typically addressed on a case-by-case basis. The prospective candidate will be required to come in for a personal interview.

Yes. There is a clearly defined employee appraisal process that is outlined in the University Rules & Regulations.