IARI – SRF – 07/01/2019

Indian Agricultural Research Institute

Hill Side Road, Pusa, New Delhi, Delhi 110012

 

Name of Post: Senior Research Fellow
Qualification: Masters of Science in Plant Pathology /M.Tech. Biotechnology/Life Sciences with 4/5 years of bachelor degree or candidates having PG degree in basic sciences with 3 years Bachelor degree and 2 years of Master’s degree should have qualified NET. ii. Desirable experience in pathological and biochemical techniques

Vacancies: 1 Post
Salary: Rs. 25,000/- Per Month
Experience: 1 – 2 years
Job Location: New Delhi

Walk-In Date: 07/01/2019

Name of project: Genomics-led improvement of biotic and abiotic stress tolerance in mustard rape for economic and environmental sustainability 

Address

Division of Plant Pathology, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi – 110012

Selection Procedure
Selection Will be Based either Written Exam/Interview

How to Apply

1. Walk-in-Interview will be held in the Division of Plant Pathology for recruitment of the position of One Senior Research Fellow purely on contractual basis under Newton-Bhabha Fund to Department of Biotechnology, Government of India and BBSRC, UK as Indo-U.K Collaborative Research Projects on January 07, 2019 at 10.00 A.M. Eligible candidates should bring their application giving full details of academic records and experience along with attested photocopy as well as original copy of the relevant documents.

2. Candidates whose near/ distant relative(s) is an employee of the ICAR/ IARI, has to declare it and communicate this office as per format given below. Such declaration must reach to the undersigned by post or through e mail at laxmanprasad25@yahoo.com on or before 06 th January, 2019. If communicated or declared on the date of interview, candidate will not be interviewed. Candidates having no near/ distant relative(s) working at ICAR/ IARI will also furnish a declaration in the format given below (Annexure-III) on the date of interview.

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