A walk-in-interview is scheduled to be held at Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology division of the Institute on 28th February 2017 at 11:00 AM for engagement of one Senior Research Fellow (SRF) in DBT funded project entitled “Development of a genetically engineered live vaccine against brucellosis for animals”. The position is purely temporary on contractual basis and will be liable for termination at any time in case of the unsatisfactory performance. There will be no provision of absorption/ re-employment in ICAR/IVRI on termination of the project. No TA/DA will be provided for appearing in the interview.
Job Title – Senior Research Fellow
No.of.Posts – 1
Project Title – “Development of a genetically engineered live vaccine against brucellosis for animals.”
Duration / Period of Project – Till September. 2017 or termination of the project, whichever is earlier.
Age Limit – Candidate’s upper age limit is 35 years for male and 40 years for female (relaxation for ST/SC/OBC/Female as per Govt. of India norm).
Emoluments – Rs.28000/- + 20% HRA per month
Job Description: Immunization of animals, collection of blood samples, Immunological and histopathological studies, Data recording, result analysis, documentation etc
Essential – Master degree in Microbiology/Biotechnology/Life sciences and related disciplines with NET/GATE or equivalent qualification and 2 years of research work experience. Graduate Degree in Professional Course with NET qualification or Post Graduate Degree in Professional Course with 2 years of research experience.
Desirable – Working knowledge in handling Brucella/bacterial culture and laboratory animals, Working knowledge of molecular biology, bacteriology, immunological techniques and bioinformatics tools.
Candidates attending interview should produce original and one photocopy of certificates/ degree and passport size photograph. The applicants may send their bio-data in advance by e-mail to [email protected].
- Date of Interview – 28th February 2017
- Time of Interview – 11:00 AM
- Venue of Interview – Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology division of the Institute