Patna University Cancer Biology JRF Vacancy | PU Recruits @ helpBIOTECH ~ helpBIOTECH

03 February 2016

Patna University Cancer Biology JRF Vacancy | PU Recruits @ helpBIOTECH

Clinical Research

Applications are invited from motivated and eligible candidates for the position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in a DST-SERB funded Research Project entitled as “Mechanism of anastasis in cancer cells: its impact in disease relapse and therapy

Eligibility: M.Sc. / M. tech in any biological science discipline or bio-engineering (Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Life Science etc.) with first class.

Desirable qualification: Motivated and a team player with research aptitude, Strong writing and communication skills in English, Experiences in animal cell culture and fluorescent microscopic imaging will be a bonus.

Stipend: The amount of JRF fellowship will be as per DST and/or Patna University norms.

Duration: Initial appointment will be for one year, which is extendable up to 3 years solely based on the performance.

Interested candidates are requested to submit a detailed CV to Dr. Mahendra Seervi (Assistant Professor, DBT-PU-IPLS programme, Patna University, Bihar, ), via e-mail: or submit hard copy at Biotechnology Division, Biological Block-II, Patna Science College Campus, Patna University, Bihar. Please note that your CV should include contact details (address, phone no., email ID), date of birth, qualifications, work experience clearly mentioned. Complete information with regards to NET qualification or GATE score such as: year of passing and validity, discipline, score, marks, all India Rank and number of candidates appeared should be mentioned in the CV (if applicable). Incomplete applications will be rejected.

Last Date to Receive Applications: Feb 22, 2016

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the interview. Candidates should bring all the essential original documents. Selected candidates will be intimated by email.

No TA/DA will be paid to attend the interview.


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