Walk in Interview for Junior Research Fellow for Project entitled “Neural-glial-endothelial tripartite interactions: Unravel the basic cell-cell regulatory mechanisms involved in the central control of reproduction”

Projects Title : “Neural-glial-endothelial tripartite interactions: Unravel the basic cell-cell regulatory mechanisms involved in the central control of reproduction”

Principal Investigator : Dr. Jyoti Parkash, Assistant Professor, Centre for Animal Sciences, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, PUNJAB

No. of Post : 01

Name of the Post : Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Age : Below 28 years on date of interview (Relaxation in age is permissible for SC/ST/OBC candidates as per Government of India rules)

Fellowship :

  • Rs 25,000/- per month+ 10% HRA (First two years as JRF)
  • Rs. 28000/- per month+ 10% HRA (Third year as SRF)

Tenure : Initially for one year, extendable up to the duration of the project based on performance and availability of the fund

Essential Qualification :

  • M.Sc. in Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology/Zoology/Biotechnology/
    Human Genetics/Human Genomics or related sciences with minimum of 60 % marks and NET/GATE qualification.

Desirable Qualification :

  • NET/GATE
  • Experience in Molecular Biology/Neuroscience

Last Date : 20.06.2017

Terms and Conditions

  • Short listed candidates will be intimated by e-mail or phone
  • No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview

Last Date : 20.06.2017

Date and Time of Interview : 22.06.2017 at 10:00 AM on wards

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