The Indian Institute of Chemical Biology is looking for an interested candidate for the position of Junior Research Fellow for research in Inflammation Biology field.
- NET-JRF (CSIR/UGC) examination qualified candidates or DBT/DST/ICMR-JRF Fellows having independent fellowship with M.Sc degree in Microbiology.
- Age limit upto 28 years.
|Employer||Indian Institute of Chemical Biology|
The engagement is purely temporary and, therefore, does not confer any right / claim implicit or explicit for regularization or absorption against any IICB / CSIR post. The age and qualifications will be reckoned as on the date of interview. The upper age limit is relaxable for SC / ST / OBC / PH and women candidates as per rules. Interested candidates fulfilling all the above conditions may appear for the walk-in-interview to be held on 30.03.2016 from 11.30 AM in the Conference Room with the following documents (original as well as self attested copies) – (1) Matriculation Certificate in support of your date of birth, (2) Degree/Diploma Certificate, (3) Original reprints of all testimonials regarding educational qualifications, (4) No objection certificate from the employer if employed, (5) Final Marksheet of M.Sc. Examination, (6) Documentary evidence of qulifying NET examination, (7)One recent passport size photograph. (Candidates selected through this interview would be encouraged to register for Ph.D in AcSIR)
Walk in Interview: 30-Mar-2016
In the dawn of the new century, which may be the century of biology, CSIR – Indian Institute of Chemical Biology is poised to make an impact in understanding the chemistry of life, finally removing the veil of mystery around the life. The spin-offs are bound to have a major impact on the health scenario of the nation. Today, by its mandate, CSIR-IICB is engaged in research on diseases and certain biological problems of global interest. CSIR-IICB is putting emphasis on quality basic research, on projects having applied potential and is looking forward to a successful Industry-Institute liaison towards closer partnership.