Diet-Induced Obesity | CFTRI JRF Vacancy ~ helpBIOTECH

29 March 2017

Diet-Induced Obesity | CFTRI JRF Vacancy

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CSIR – Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysuru

Junior Research Fellow 

Project entitled “Indian brown algae and their nutraceutical constituent mediated attenuation of diet-induced obesity: Role of inflammation and thermogenic pathway molecules” (GAP-0509) funded by SERB, New Delhi, tenable at the Department of Biochemistry, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysore, Karnataka. 

Essential Qualifications: First class M.Sc. in Biochemistry / Biotechnology / Molecular Biology /Nutritional Biochemistry / Molecular Nutrition or equivalent degree and should have qualified NET or GATE with good academic records. 

Desirable: Preference will be given to those who have experience in Molecular biology techniques and mammalian cell culture based studies.

Emoluments: Rs.25,000/- per month (Rupees Twenty Five Thousand only) consolidated. 

Terms and Conditions: 1. Candidates should not have exceeded 28 years of age as on 16.04.2017 i.e. the last date of receiving the applications. Age relaxation as applicable by Gov. of India rules for SC/ST/OBC and women candidates will be considered. 2. The engagement of JRF is exclusively for the above mentioned research work. 3. The engagement will be contractual and on purely temporary basis for a maximum period of one year or co-terminus with the project, whichever is earlier. 4. The engagement under the externally funded project does not confer any right/ claim whatsoever either explicitly or implicitly on the appointee for regular appointment in CSIR-CFTRI, against any post or otherwise under any legal conditions precedent. 5. Performance of the JRF will be reviewed every six months. In case the performance is not satisfactory, the fellowship could be terminated with one month’s notice or one month’s stipend in lieu thereof. 6. No TA/DA will be given to the candidates for attending the interview. 7. If already the candidate is working in CSIR-CFTRI “No objection certificate” from the PI is mandatory at the time of interview. Eligible candidates may send their complete Bio-data with e-mail address/contact phone number along with attested copies of the necessary certificates in support of date of birth, caste, qualification/experience etc., as hard copy to Dr. Baskaran V, Senior Principal Scientist, Department of Biochemistry, CSIR-CFTRI Mysuru–570020, Karnataka (email: baskaranv@cftri.res.in) on or before 16.04.2017. 

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