PU CHANDIGARH Quorum Sensing Project Vacancy ~ helpBIOTECH

11 May 2017

PU CHANDIGARH Quorum Sensing Project Vacancy

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DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 
PANJAB UNIVERSITY (SOUTH CAMPUS), 
SECTOR 25, CHANDIGARH – 160014

Applications are invited for the following post in a DST-SERB Early Career Research Award (ECR) Scheme entitled “Identification of quorum sensing molecule(s) in Rhizopus arrhizus and their potential as diagnostic target(s)” under Dr. Rachna Singh, Assistant Professor, Dept of Microbial Biotechnology, Panjab University, Chandigarh. 

The post is purely on temporary (contract) basis and till the project is continued. Interested candidates should submit their application and bio-data only by e-mail to rachna.singh@pu.ac.in by May 15, 2017 up to 5 pm. The candidates who applied previously need not re-apply. 

The interview date will be intimated to the short-listed candidates thereafter by e-mail. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview. The candidates must bring their original certificates/testimonials at the time of interview. 

Post: Research Assistant 

Salary: Rs. 16,000 pm (consolidated) as per DST-SERB guidelines 

Essential Qualifications: M.Sc. in any subject of Life Sciences, with minimum 55% marks 

Desirable Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates with experience in Microbiology, especially Medical Microbiology 

Age limit: 28 years (age relaxation for SC/ST/OBC and women candidates as per Govt. of India/DST’s instructions) 

Tenure of the project: 3 years (September 2016 – August 2019) 

The appointment is terminable with a one-month notice from either side without assigning any reason thereof. Since the project is purely temporary, the incumbents selected will have no claim for regular appointment under DST or Panjab University or continuation of his/her services in any other project. No benefit of Provident Fund, CCA, Leave Travel Concession, Medical Claim etc. will be given. 

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