NII JRF Vacancy to Work on Targeted Delivery of Antimalarial Drugs ~ helpBIOTECH

03 August 2017

NII JRF Vacancy to Work on Targeted Delivery of Antimalarial Drugs

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF IMMUNOLOGY
NEW DELHI-110067 

Applications are invited for the position of Junior Research Fellow (Project) for the following time-bound sponsored project as per the details given below: 

1. “Development of novel lipid and polymer based nano formulations for targeted delivery of antimalarial drugs” funded by DBT 

Tenable till-29.06.2020 

Dr. Agam P. Singh Staff Scientist-V singhap@nii.ac.in 

Educational Qualifications: Junior Research Fellow (Project): M.Sc in Biological Sciences/M.Pharm/M.Tech (Biotechnology). 

Candidates must have qualified any ‘National Level Examination’ as per DST OM dated 21.10.2014 

Emoluments: The selected candidates may be placed in any of the below categories depending upon qualification & experience: Junior Research Fellow (Proejct): 25,000/- per month plus 30% HRA 

Job description & Desired Knowledge: The work involves Plasmodium culture, in vitro and in vivo drug efficacy testing, toxicity assays etc. Candidates having experiences in handing animals, in vivo drug assays and related work will be given preference. 

HOW TO APPLY Interested candidates may apply directly, STRICTLY IN THE PRESCRIBED FORMAT GIVEN BELOW, through e-mail, to the Investigator of the project, clearly indicating the name of the project along with their complete C.V., E-mail-Id, fax numbers, telephone numbers. Only Short listed candidates will be called for interview and they required to submit attested copies of all their certificates and a Demand Draft of Rs 100/- drawn on Canara Bank or Indian Bank payable at Delhi/New Delhi in favour of the Director, NII (SC/ST/PH and Women candidates are exempted from payment of fees) subject to submission of documentary proof), at the time of interview. 

 LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 16th August, 2017 

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