SPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA Physiology Project Openings ~ helpBIOTECH

08 September 2017

SPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA Physiology Project Openings


SPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA 
East Gate, J. N. Stadium, Lodhi Road, 
New Delhi-110003 

SPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA INVITES APPLICATION FOR RESEARCH FELLOWS 

Sports Authority of India provides excellent opportunity for young and motivated researchers to pursue career in basic and applied sciences research. SAI endeavors in optimizing sports performance of elite Athletes and sports persons. Research Fellows will be attached with Sports Science Centers at various Regional Centers of SAI providing Scientific Support to Sports Persons. 

Applications are invited from young and motivated Indian Citizens for the post of SAI Research Fellows to work in research projects of SAI initially for a period of two years and may be extendable for one year on the progress of Research work or performance of the candidate. 

Essential Qualifications:

 Physiology 

• Post Graduate degree in Human Physiology or Exercise Physiology or Medical Physiology with minimum 60% marks or equivalent CGPA score 
• UGC / CSIR NET as applicable.

Age:- Maximum 28, as on 31st Aug, 2017 ( Relaxable for 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC as per govt. rules ) 

Stipend :- 1st Year and 2nd Year - Rs 25,000/- + HRA 

How to Apply: Walk-in-Interview Travelling allowance (TA) will not be admissible for the interview. Candidates have to produce certificates / testimonials in original and self attested copies at the same time of Interview. 

Selection Procedure: Skill Test and Interview will be conducted to assess merit of the candidate. Admission shall not be claimed by any candidate as a matter of right. The admission shall be entirely at the discretion of the Selection Committee of the Institute which may refuse to admit any candidate without assigning any reason thereof. Number of vacancies for Research Fellows may increase or decrease without prior notice.

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