Job Summary

Company Name

National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB), Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Experience

Education

Function

Industry

Posted On

12 January 2018

Last Date of Application

25 January 2018

Mode to apply

Online

Mode of Selection

Written exam + Interview

Age Limit

28

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Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Salary : Rs.25000/-PM+30% HRA = 32,500/- PM No. Of Vaccancy : 2

National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB), Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

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Job Description

Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

National Institute of Animal Biotechnology

Advertisement No. 02/2018

No of Vacancies: 02

Fellowship amount: Rs.25000/-PM+30% HRA = 32,500/- PM as per the DST guidelines.

Age: 28 years (Relaxation is admissible in case of SC/ST/OBC candidates as per Government instructions)

Essential qualification: Post Graduate Degree in Bioinformatics/Computational Biology/Computer Sciences with NET qualification or Post Graduate degree in professional courses. (Eligibility criteria as per DST OM No.SR/S9/Z-09/2012 dated 21.10.2014). However Non NET candidates can also apply who will be paid as per their eligibility. Candidate with experience in Database design and development, web-interface development, computational biology and bioinformatics is desirable. Candidates from veterinary background with knowledge of bioinformatics are encouraged to apply.

Applications are to be filled ONLINE. Online link for submission of application is available from 11 Jan 2018 and the last date is 25 Jan 2018 by 5 PM. Candidates must fill online application form at www.niab.org.in. Candidates are advised to fill the online application form in sufficient time before the last date to avoid last minute technical issues. Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview prior to selection. TA/DA will not be paid for attending the interview. No need to send hard copy. Interim enquiries will not be entertained. Send your application to the DBT funded project entitled “Genomics for conservation of indigenous cattle breeds and for enhancing milk yield, Phase-I”, PI: Dr. Subeer Majumdar, Co-PI: Sarwar Azam, Satyapal Arya.