28 November 2014

Botany/Marine Science NIO Mumbai PA Walk IN

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Vacancy no GAP2740/1369-14
Name of the Position Project Assistant-II
Number of positions 1
Project Title and code Seawater Quality monitoring - Collection of data on pollution related parameters at Vadinar Veraval, Hazira (incl estuary), Thane (incl creek), Worli outfall, Ratnagiri and Malvan -- GAP2740
Position required to be filled for period of months 6
Essential Qualifications M.Sc Botany/Marine Science/ Marine Biology/ Environmental Science/Marine Botany
Desirable Knowledge of computer application
Job requirement Selected candidates will be required to assist Scientists in project related work. The job requires extensive field work on boat/ship and also to participate in cruise at different sites
Maximum age as on date of interview 28
Consolidated Stipend per month Rs. 16000
Posting at Mumbai
Date and time of interview 11/12/2014 10:00 AM
Place of interview and contact number NIO Regional Center,Lokhandawala Road 4 Bungalows Andheri(West) Mumbai-400053
Ph.No 022-26359605

 

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Vacancy no GAP2740/1371-14
Name of the Position Project Assistant-II
Number of positions 1
Project Title and code Seawater Quality monitoring - Collection of data on pollution related parameters at Vadinar Veraval, Hazira (incl estuary), Thane (incl creek), Worli outfall, Ratnagiri and Malvan -- GAP2740
Position required to be filled for period of months 6
Essential Qualifications M.Sc Biochemistry
Desirable Knowledge of computer application
Job requirement Selected candidates will be required to assist scientists in project related work. The job requires extensive field work on boat/ship and also requires participation in cruise at different sites
Maximum age as on date of interview 28
Consolidated Stipend per month Rs. 16000
Posting at Mumbai
Date and time of interview 11/12/2014 10:00 AM
Place of interview and contact number NIO Regional Center,Lokhandawala Road 4 Bungalows Andheri(West) Mumbai-400053
Ph.No 022-26359605

 

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WII Recruitments of PROJECT Scientists/Associates/Assistants/INTERNS (33 Posts)

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(An Autonomous Institution of Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change,
Government of India)
Chandrabani, Dehra Dun - 248 001
EPBAX: 0135-2640111 to 2640112, FAX: 2640117
Web site: www.wii.gov.in  E-MAIL: wii@wii.gov.in

Advt. No.WII/DSST-CC/2014/REC

RECRUITMENT OF PROJECT SCIENTISTS, PROJECT ASSOCIATES, PROJECT FELLOWS, PROJECT ASSISSTANTS, AND PROJECT INTERNS

The Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is a premier national institution working towards strengthening Wildlife Conservation and Management through research, training and education.  The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, is implementing the National Mission for Sustaining Himalayan Ecosystem (NMSHE) programme through national institutions which are nodal agencies for different Task Forces.  WII has been identified as the nodal agency for the Task Force on Fauna and Micro Flora and will be implementing a 5 year project (2014-15 to 2019-2020) ‘Assessment and Monitoring of Climate Change Effects on Wildlife Species and Ecosystems for Developing Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies in the Indian Himalayan Region’ under NMSHE.

WII is looking for bright candidates from Biological & Environmental Sciences / Physical Sciences/ Statistics/ Geo-informatics/ Social Sciences/ Engineering backgrounds for filling up of Project Scientists 03 (three) posts on contractual basis (Scientist-C level), Project Associates 04 (four) posts, Project Fellows 08 (eight) posts, and Project Assistants 08 (eight) posts for the project duration. In addition to the above, Project Interns (up to 10 positions /year) for periods ranging from 03 to 06 months will also be engaged.  Applications are invited from the citizens of India who are willing to contribute innovative ideas and undertake research to address the emerging challenges of climate change impacts on biodiversity as per details given below.

Project Scientist (C level) - 3 (Three) positions

Rs. 57,500/month consolidated

M.Sc./M.Tech. in Life Sciences / Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Geology/ Environmental Sciences/ Soil Science/ Computer Application/ Statistics/ Mathematics/ Hydrology/ Earth and Atmospheric Sciences or related fields with THREE YEARS experience.

OR

Ph.D. in any of the above fields

Expertise/knowledge in (a) climatic change analysis and multi-scale modelling involving earth and atmospheric sciences;

(b) experience in spatial analysis and ecological modelling involving advance statistical and visualization tools; demonstrated computational skills

(c) Experience in anthropogenic/ climate change impacts on wildlife species and their habitats in the Himalaya or stream ecology and hydrology modelling.

Research publications in peer-reviewed national/international journals

Project Associate* - 4 (Four) positions

Rs. 24,000 pm +  HRA

Ph.D.  in Life Sciences / Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Geography/ Geology/ Environmental Sciences/ Soil Science/ Sociology/ Anthropology/ Computer Application/ Statistics/ Mathematics/ Hydrology/ Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/Architecture /Mass Communication or related fields.

OR

Three years of research, teaching, design and development experience after M.Tech./M.E.

Expertise/aptitude in (a) project design and coordination of multi-disciplinary project team;  OR Field data collection for plant, fish, herpetofauna, insect, bird, and mammal taxa, soil and statistical analyses; (b) Management of spatial database, Remote Sensing and GIS analysis; (c) Advance computer application and visualization; Computational ecology and predictive modelling;

(d) Design and data collection for analyzing anthropogenic drivers; and Popular science writing and communication skills.

At least one research paper in Science Citation Indexed (SCI) Journal.

Project Fellow** (Research Fellow) - 8 (Eight) positions

Rs. 16,000/month + HRA (JRF-2 years)

Rs/ 18,000/month + HRA (SRF-3 years)

(After two years & fulfilling requirements)

Post Graduate Degree in Life Sciences / Fisheries Science/Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Geography/ Geology/ Environmental Sciences/ Soil Science/ Sociology/ Anthropology/ Computer Application/ Statistics/ Mathematics/ Hydrology/ Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/Architecture /Mass Communication or related fields with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University and NET/GATE/WII-NET qualified.

OR

Post Graduate Degree in Professional Courses relevant to the above subjects

Prior experience and interest in (a) field data collection for plant including micro flora, fish, herpetofauna, insect, bird, and mammal taxa; (b) Vegetation /habitat quantification in the Himalayan system; (c) Camera trap based sampling and analysis;  (d) Riverine ecology and fish sampling; (e) Remote Sensing and GIS; (f) Interoperable spatial database and spatial statistics (g) Hydrology and climate modelling; (h) Environmental Impact Assessment of developmental projects on wildlife values

Science writing and communication skills

Project Assistant* - 8 (Eight) positions

(Five for field and Three for Lab/Office)

Rs. 8,000/month + HRA

Post Graduate Degree (Life Sciences/ Forestry/ Geoinformatics/ Environmental Sciences/ Sociology/ Computer Application/ Economics/ Business Administration/ Mass Communication)

OR

Graduate/Post Graduate Degree in Professional Courses relevant to above subjects.

Experience/interest in field data collection for biological taxa and socioeconomic survey;

Computer applications and account management;

Communication strategies.

Project Interns* # - 10 (Ten) positions/ Year of 3 to 6 months

duration

Bachelor/Master degree/Diploma in Biological/ Physical/Engieering/Social Sciences)

Aptitude and interest in undertaking field or lab based studies on various topics pertaining to this project for dissertation, attachment or experience gaining

* The emoluments indicated above for Project Associates, Project Fellows and Project Assistants are pre-revised and are likely to be amended as per DST rules.  Project Interns will be provided with local travel and a basic allowance to cover meals.

** NET/GATE/WII-NET or equivalent qualified candidates would be awarded Junior Research Fellowship in line with DST norms, while otherwise competent/suitable candidates would be provided stipend of Rs. 12,000/month and likely to be amended as per WII norms. Only Project Fellows (JRF/SRF) would be encouraged to pursue higher academic degrees as per WII rules.

^ Candidates with knowledge or aptitude for working on multi-taxa, experience or interest for working in multidisciplinary research projects, experience or ability for working in a team or independently  in remote high altitude areas and in arduous field conditions would be preferred.

# Candidates interested in gaining field/lab experience are encouraged to apply.  Only those candidates interested in availing the internship for the period January 2015 to December 2015 may apply.  The selection will be based on application submitted in prescribed format.

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Marine Biology NIO Kochi PA Walk IN

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Vacancy no PSC0105/1366-14
Name of the Position Project Assistant-II
Number of positions 2
Project Title and code Ocean Science Towards Forecasting Indian Marine Living Resource Potential (Ocean Finder) -- PSC0105
Position required to be filled for period of months 12
Essential Qualifications M.Sc Marine Biology and Oceanography/ Aquatic Biology/Zoology/Aquaculture
Desirable Filed experience in oceanographic data collection and analysis/ cruise experience onboard research vessels/ boats
Job requirement To assist scientists in field data collection collection/ analysis of samples. Preparation of scientific reports
Maximum age as on date of interview 28
Consolidated Stipend per month Rs. 16000
Posting at Kochi
Date and time of interview 11/12/2014 10:00 AM
Place of interview and contact number NIO Regional Center,Dr Salim Ali Road Post Box No. 1913 Kochi- 682018
Ph.No 0484-2390618

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Role of kinase CDK5 in epilepsy | NBRC JRF Vacancy

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NATIONAL BRAIN RESEARCH CENTRE (NBRC) Manesar-122051, Gurgaon, requires a “Junior Research Fellow (Project)” in a project funded by Department of Biotechnology.

Interested candidates fulfilling the following requirements can submit their bio-data alongwith self attested copies of certificates in support of their qualifications and experience mentioned in the bio-data latest by 15th December, 2014 to “The Registrar, National Brain Research Centre, Nainwal Mode, Gurgaon-122 051 (Haryana)

Title of Project Deciphering the role of the multifaceted kinase CDK5 in intractable epilepsy

Essential Qualification

M.Sc. or Equivalent degree in any branch of life sciences. (with minimum 55% marks)

Desirable requirement Experience in Molecular biology techniques like realtimePCR,
Western blotting and RNA handling.

Age limit 28 years (as on last date of submission of application at NBRC)

Fellowship 16,000/- +30% HRA

Project Investigator Dr. Aparna Dixit

For academic question, send email to : aparnadixit@nbrc.ac.in

Tenure The tenure will be for a period of one year initially and can be extended based on performance review. The post is coterminus with the project. The selected candidate should abide by the rules and regulations of NBRC and DBT.

Accommodation Accommodation may be provided as per rules of NBRC, subject to availability at the Hostel.

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Zoology/Marine Biology NIO Mumbai PA Walk IN

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Vacancy no GAP2740/1367-14
Name of the Position Project Assistant-II
Number of positions 3
Project Title and code Seawater Quality monitoring - Collection of data on pollution related parameters at Vadinar Veraval, Hazira (incl estuary), Thane (incl creek), Worli outfall, Ratnagiri and Malvan -- GAP2740
Position required to be filled for period of months 6
Essential Qualifications M.Sc Zoology/Marine Biology/ Marine Zoology/Marine Science/ Environmental Science
Desirable Knowledge of computer application
Job requirement Selected candidates will be required to assist Scientists in project related work. The job requires extensive field work on boat/ship and also to participate in cruises at different sites
Maximum age as on date of interview 28
Consolidated Stipend per month Rs. 16000
Posting at Mumbai
Date and time of interview 11/12/2014 10:00 AM
Place of interview and contact number NIO Regional Center,Lokhandawala Road 4 Bungalows Andheri(West) Mumbai-400053
Ph.No 022-26359605

 

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Coral/Fish Taxonomy NIO Goa PA Walk In

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Vacancy no GAP2858/1364-14
Name of the Position Project Assistant-II
Number of positions 1
Project Title and code Assessing and Mapping the Biodiversity of Angria Bank coral reef in the Marine Ecosystem of Maharashtra -- GAP2858
Position required to be filled for period of months 10
Essential Qualifications M.Sc Marine Biology / Zoology
Desirable Working knowledge on coral/fish taxonomy. Under water diving certificate and experience diving in the coastal/open waters. Experience of cruise participation
Job requirement Selected candidate will have to work in coral reef area to study the taxonomy and ecology of coral and associated flora and flora; To participate in deep sea cruises; Underwater Diving for collection, video/photography; Morphological and molecular taxonomy of coral and coral /sponge associated fauna. Conduct laboratory experiments to study the ecology of selected invertebrate species. data analysis; report & scientific paper writing
Maximum age as on date of interview 28
Consolidated Stipend per month Rs. 16000
Posting at Goa
Date and time of interview 12/12/2014 10:00 AM
Place of interview and contact number NIO Dona Paula, Goa-403004
Ph.No 0832-2450204/270

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Regulation of centrosome duplication | ACTREC SRF Walk IN

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TATA MEMORIAL CENTRE

ADVANCED CENTRE FOR TREATMENT, RESEARCH AND

EDUCATION IN CANCER

KHARGHAR, NAVI MUMBAI – 410210

Website: www.actrec.gov.in; Ph: 27405000

No. ACTREC/Advt./ 63 /2012 20th November 2014

WALK - IN - INTERVIEW

Sl. No.

Position

Title of the Project

Funding

Agency

Principal

Investigator

1.

Senior Research Fellow

“Regulation of centrosome duplication by 14-3-3 proteins”.

DBT

Dr. Sorab Dalal

Duration of the Project: One year from the date of appointment, or as and when project terminates.

Date & Time: 2nd December, 2014, at 10.00 a.m.

Venue: Meeting Room, 3rd floor, Khanolkar Shodhika, ACTREC

Consolidated Salary: Rs. 18,200/- p.m.

The work progress of the candidate will be monitored and extension after 6 months will depend on satisfactory progress of the work.

Essential Qualifications and Experience:

*M.Sc. in Life Sciences or allied subject areas with >60% marks plus at least two years of experience. The applicant should be familiar with standard molecular biology techniques and should be willing to work with animals.

*M.Sc. degree obtained after a one year course will not be considered.

Candidates fulfilling above requirements should send their application by e-mail to the ‘program.office@actrec.gov.in’ in the format given below so as to reach on or before 1st December, 2014 up to 17.00 hrs. Candidate should follow the format given below.

Application for the post of: “SRF-DBT-2nd Dec.14

Name & Address

Date of Birth

Whether physically handicapped

Educational Qualification

Experience:

Employer/

Post held

(From : To)

Exam Passed

Class (%)

Univ.

Year

The interviews would be held on 2nd December, 2014. Candidates should report between 09.30 to 10.00 A.M. on 2nd December, 2014 (in Steno Pool), 3rd floor, Khanolkar Shodhika, ACTREC, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai. Candidates reporting after 10.00 a.m. will not be allowed for the interview. No T.A./D.A. will be admissible for attending the interview.

At the time of Interview the candidate should bring originals along with covering letter with statement of purpose and CV with contact details of 2 referees and submit the photocopies (attested) of the certificates, with a recent passport size photograph.

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NATURE Journal Videos on Publishing Better Science through Better Data

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Nature Publishing Group

Nature Publishing Group

Publishing Better Science through Better Data


Now available online!

A half-day event held by Nature Publishing Group on 14th November, ‘Publishing Better Science through Better Data’, brought together speakers from leading journals, research institutions, data repositories, and funding organisations to discuss how data sharing and preservation affect researchers’ publications and grant funding.

Tickets sold out fast. However, the event was filmed which means you're able to enjoy the talks wherever you are in the world. All videos are freely available to view online: take a look below.


Introduction
Iain Hrynaszkiewicz – Head of Data and HSS Publishing, NPG/Macmillan


Research data and reproducible research at Nature
Phil Campbell – Editor-in-Chief, Nature, NPG


Sharing research data - expectations of research funders
David Carr – Policy Advisor, Wellcome Trust


Managing your research data: university support for researchers
Sally Rumsey – Digital Research Librarian at the Bodleian Libraries,
University of Oxford


Digital academia - the future of research
Mark Hahnel – Founder of Figshare, Digital Science


From data repositories to data journals - where, when and how to submit
Andrew Hufton – Managing Editor, Scientific Data, NPG


Better data through better curation
Susanna Sansone – Associate Director and PI, University of Oxford
e-Research Centre & Honorary Academic Editor, Scientific Data


Yes, you can! ... publish sensitive data
Veerle Van den Eynden – Research Data Manager,
University of Essex/UK Data Service


Data collection and validation - perspective from an interdisciplinary Editor
Monica Contestabile – Senior Editor, Nature Climate Change, NPG

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