DST-SERB MSc Biotech/Biochem/Life Sciences Research Job @ Pondicherry University
MSc in Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/Biochemistry qualified candidates are invited to apply for a junior research fellow/project fellow position. JRF/Project Fellow position vacant for msc candidates at Pondicherry University. Pondicherry University is recruiting for research vacancies, as per the details given below:
This job expires in :
Job Title: Junior Research Fellow/Project Fellow
Name of Project: “Peripheral IGF-1 signalling and its regulation on glucose metabolism in different tissues as a function of gender and age”
Principal Investigator: Dr Kitlangki Suchiang
Fellowship: As per DST-SERB norms
- Essential – Masters in Biochemistry/ Biotechnology/ Microbiology / and any other branch of Life Sciences with a minimum of 55% marks.
- Desirable – NET (CSIR-UGC)/GATE qualifications. Research experience in microbiology and molecular biology techniques.
How to Apply:
Application on plain paper is invited from eligible candidates with detailed biodata, Email ID, mobile number, supported by duly attested copies of certificates and a self-addressed Rs. 5/- stamped envelope may be forwarded to the following address for a temporary research position in DST-SERB, India supported a research project.
The shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview at Pondicherry University.
TA/DA won’t be compensated for attending the interview
Address for sending the application:
Dr Kitlangki Suchiang,
Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology,
Pondicherry University, R.V. Nagar, Pondicherry-605014,
Email: [email protected]
Application Deadline: Monday, October 15th 2018
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