KFRI JRF Jobs 2019
MSc Botany/Biological Science/Microbiology/Biotechnology candidates attend the walk-in-interview that has been scheduled at KFRI – Kerala Forest Research Institute. If you want more details on the project code, project title, qualifications, fellowship and eligibility requirements, check all the information posted below:
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Post: Junior Research Fellow (1)
Project No.: Project KFRI / RP 765/2018
Project Title: Morpho-molecular characterization and ex-situ conservation of phytopathogenic fungi of Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala and evaluation of antifungal efficiency of five selected medicinal plants leaf extracts against isolated most phytopathogenic fungi.
Essential Qualification: First class M.Sc in Botany/Biological Science/Microbiology/Biotechnology/plant pathology(Ag.)/Forestry with DBT/CSIR/ICAR NET qualified.
Desirable Qualification: Experienced in Molecular Biology/Molecular Plant Pathology/Molecular Fungal Taxonomy with proof of Publications will be preferred.
Fellowship: 25,000+20 percent HRA for 1st & 2nd Years and 28,000+20 percent HRA as SRF for 3rd Year for NET qualified candidate.
In the absence of NET qualified candidates, Project Fellow will be filled against JRF Position @ 22,000/- per Month
Duration: 05.01.2019 -04.01.2022
Age: According to 01.01.2019. 36 years. Age relaxation of five years in the event of scheduled caste/scheduled tribe applicants and three years in the event of other backward communities according to government rules will be awarded.
How to Apply:
Interested and eligible candidates possessing the requisite qualifications can attend the walk-in and make sure to bring all the originals to the interview.
Date, Time & Venue of Walk-In: 14 February 2019, 10.00AM Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi
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