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Job position: Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Job location: Odisha, India

No. of post : 01

Tenure of the post: 2 years and 1 month

Project Code with Duration: SR/22/LS/023  02/09/2025

Funding Agency Details: S&T Dept, Govt of Odisha

Department / Centre: Dept. of life science

Name of the PI with details: Prof. Surajit Das

Title of the Project: Biofilm developmental stage of marine bacteria and biofilm-EPS based bioremediation of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewater

Qualification we seek in you for JRF position at NITR ! 

M.Sc./ M.Tech in Life Science, Microbiology, Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry, Marine Science, and other biological sciences with 60% Marks or 6.5 CGPA in 10 point scale

Desirable Qualification: 

Knowledge on bacterial isolation and environmental microbiology

Stipend: 1. Year 1& 2- INR 17,000/-per month (+) HRA @NA % (if applicable)

2.  Year 3- INR 19,000/-per month (+) HRA @NA % (if applicable)

Experience / Software / Skillset: NA

Interview Details for JRF position at NITR : 

Offline: date: 21/08/2023

Time: 9.00 AM

Department of Life Science

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Possible interview question may be asked for JRF position at NITR

  1. Can you tell us about your academic background and how it aligns with the requirements of this JRF position?Answer: I hold a [M.Sc./ M.Tech degree in Life Science/Microbiology/Zoology/Botany/Biochemistry/Marine Science], and I have consistently maintained a [60% marks or 6.5 CGPA] throughout my academic journey. This background equips me with a strong foundation in biological sciences, which is directly relevant to the research focus of the project.
  2. Could you elaborate on your understanding of the project’s title “Biofilm developmental stage of marine bacteria and biofilm-EPS based bioremediation of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewater”?Answer: The project aims to investigate the biofilm developmental stages of marine bacteria and leverage the biofilm extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) for the bioremediation of toxic heavy metals from industrial wastewater. This involves understanding the biofilm formation process, isolating relevant marine bacteria, and exploring how their EPS can aid in removing heavy metals from polluted water sources.
  3. What motivated you to apply for this JRF position?Answer: I am genuinely intrigued by the environmental implications of this research project. The opportunity to contribute to biofilm-based bioremediation aligns with my academic interests, and I am eager to be part of a meaningful effort to address industrial wastewater pollution.
  4. Have you had any prior experience in bacterial isolation or environmental microbiology?Answer: While I have not yet worked directly with bacterial isolation, my academic background and coursework have provided me with a strong theoretical foundation in microbiology. I am confident in my ability to quickly adapt and learn the necessary techniques under the guidance of experienced researchers.
  5. How do you envision your role as a Junior Research Fellow in this project?Answer: As a JRF, my role would involve active participation in the research process. I would collaborate with the project team to conduct experiments, collect and analyze data, and contribute to the broader research objectives. I am committed to learning and applying new techniques and methodologies to support the project’s success.

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