The National Centre for Biological Sciences is looking for appointment of Junior Research Fellow for its “Chemical Ecology of the North East Region (NER) of India: A Collaborative Programme Linking NER and Bangalore Researchers”.
- Suitable candidates must hold a Master’s degree with minimum 55% of the total marks (equivalent grade) in basic science, applied science, biochemistry, biotechnology, environmental science, microbiology, molecular biology, plant sciences, or life sciences etc.
- Excellent problem solving, oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills with experience working within a team, as well as an ability to work under field conditions are desirable.
- Candidates appearing in the final year of qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.
- The applicants should be below the age of 28 years for open category as on 28th February 2016.
|Employer||National Centre for Biological Sciences|
|Salary||The fellowship for JRF/SRF will be @ Rs. 25,000/- or 28,000/- per month + HRA|
How to apply:
Interested candidates please send in your CVs to email@example.com The hardcopies of your CV with recent passport size photograph and along with attested copies of certificates regarding date of birth, educational qualifications, experience etc. should be sent in an envelope superscripted “Application for the post of JRF in Chemical Ecology Program” to the Program Manager (Chemical Ecology), National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS-TIFR), GKVK PO, Bellary Road, Bangalore-560065, The hard copy of the application should reach NCBS, Bangalore by 28th May, 2016. Only candidates shortlisted for the interview will be contacted. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview. Sd/-
The program entitled “Chemical Ecology of the North East Region (NER) of India: A Collaborative Programme Linking NER and Bangalore Researchers” which is funded by Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt of India. This is a novel and exciting collaborative and interdisciplinary program between institutions in the North-Eastern Region (Nagaland science and technology council-Nagaland; Kohima science college, Nagaland university; IBSD-Imphal; IBSD-Sikkim; Rajiv Gandhi University-Arunachal Pradesh; North-Eastern Hill University-Shillong and partners in Bangalore (NCBS, IISc, UAS). A major focus of this integrated programme will be on the chemistry of interactions among plants, animals, fungi and microbes. Such interactions and their understanding will impact many fields of biology, including agriculture, medicine and biotechnology. The program will highlight the North-Eastern region of India, which offers unique natural resources and opportunities for field research in Chemical Ecology. The main goal of the program is capacity building, including tailored interdisciplinary training to Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows.