Plant Virus Molecular Biology | IARI SRF Walk IN ~ helpBIOTECH

29 September 2015

Plant Virus Molecular Biology | IARI SRF Walk IN

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Division of Plant Pathology

Indian Agricultural Research Institute

New Delhi-110012

Applications are invited for the post of one SRF

Subject: - Recruitment of SRF under the ICAR funded project entitled “ICAR Network Project on Transgenics in Crops: Cotton against cotton leaf curl virus disease


M. Sc in Biotechnology /Botany/Plant molecular biology/Micro biology Very good academic record with knowledge of Plant molecular biology virus research, and desirable experience in advance molecular biology with plant tissue culture and plant transformation techniques in recognized laboratory with NET/GATE qualified. NonNET/GATE qualified candidates with excellent academic record with desirable experience in above mentioned subject can also appear in the interview.

Initially one year and then continued on performance basis As per ICAR rules & guidelines

Applications are invited for the above mentioned SRF post at the Division of Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa Campus, New Delhi-110012. Complete application on plane paper along with CV should reach on email and by post to the PI of the project as mentioned below on or before 20th Oct., 2015. Shortlisted candidates will be called for interview by email only and interview will be held on 30th Oct., 2015.

Age limit is maximum of 35 years/relaxable as per rules for SC/ST/OBC and women candidates. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview. The above positions will be on purely temporary basis and is co-terminus with the project. The initial appointment will be for a period of 1 year. The selected candidate shall not claim any regular appointment at this institute or at ICAR at the end of contract. The competent authority will have the right to terminate the appointment at any time without assigning any reason/ notice. PI: Dr. K. K. Biswas, Principal Scientist, Division of Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI, Pusa Campus), New Delhi-110012, Email:



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