The Indian Institute of Science is looking for Indian Nationals for the award of DBT – Research Associate for pursuing research in frontier areas of Biotechnology and applied biology. The Associateship is tenable in Research Institution/Universities including non profit R&D Institutions within India. The Associateships are awarded under a program sponsered by the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of lndia.
- The applicants should hold a Ph.D. degree in Science, Engineering or M.D. or M.S. (Medicine) degree in any area of medicine with research interests in Biotechno]ogy and Life Sciences and a good academic record
- The Associateship canbe availed within2-3 years of tho award of Ph.D./M.D./M.S.(Medicine) degree; however, may be rolaxablo (by 2 years) in case of in-service candidates.
- Those who have already submitted the Ph.D.IM.DJM.S. (Medicine) thesis are also eligible to apply (attach proof of submission from the Registrar/Controller of examinations).
- The applicants shouldbebelow the age of 40 years and 45 years in case of women and in-service candidates.
- Persons already employed are also eligible to apply. However, their applications should be routed through their employers
|Employer||Indian Institute of Science|
|Salary||Rs 36000 – 40000|
Please check the official notice on how to apply for the post.
The Department of Biochemistry at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore started in 1921. It has remained in the forefront of biochemical research in the country. It has deservedly received recognition at various stages of its growth. The department was recognized as a Centre of Advanced study in Biochemistry in 1968 by the University Grants Commission. This Department has continuously provided the nucleus that has led to the establishment of new centres of focused research within the Institute, and also research institutions elsewhere such as the Lac Research Institute (Ranchi), Central Food Technological Research Institute (Mysore) and ASTRA Research Centre (Bangalore).