Molecular Biology SNU JRF Vacancy 2016 January ~ helpBIOTECH

29 January 2016

Molecular Biology SNU JRF Vacancy 2016 January

Clini India

SNU
SHIV NADAR UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF LIFE SCIENCES

APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR A PROJECT JRF (BIOCHEMISTRY/ LIFE SCIENCES/ BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Applications are invited for the position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in a DST Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) sponsored project titled "Delineation of conformational allostery of Hsp110 molecular chaperones"” under the Investigator, Dr. Koyeli Mapa, in the Department of Life Sciences, School of Natural Sciences, Shiv Nadar University.

Essential Qualification: Master’s degree in Biotechnology / Biochemistry / Life Science / Chemistry with minimum 55% marks from a recognized university.

Desirable: It is preferable that the candidate is GATE/NET qualified (attach a copy of the score card) or with any equivalent fellowship or with experience in protein expression purification, molecular biology or yeast genetics.

Fellowship: Rs. 25,000 (consolidated) (year I & II); Rs. 28,000 (consolidated) per month (year III), as per SERB norms.

Duration of the Project: 3 years (purely temporary)

Applications with complete bio-data (with details of qualification i.e. examination passed, year, division, percentage of marks from 10th board onwards, and photocopies of mark sheets/ testimonials/certificates) should be sent by email (or by post) to reach the following office on or before 15 February 2016: Mr. Himanshu Ashwal EA to the HOD – Life Sciences Shiv Nadar University NH-91, Tehsil Dadri District Gautam Buddha Nagar UP 201314, India. Email: himanshu.ashwal@snu.edu.in Please use PIN 201314 for Speed Post or registered post, and PIN 201307 (Dadri) for courier services. Please mention the above mentioned project title in the application. Short-listed candidates will be called for interview at the SNU campus.

No TA/DA will be provided for appearing in this interview.

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