SSBS Pune Molecular Biology/Enzymology JRF Vacancy ~ helpBIOTECH

09 October 2017

SSBS Pune Molecular Biology/Enzymology JRF Vacancy

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Applications are invited for a following post to be filled on purely temporary basis at Symbiosis School of Biological Sciences, Symbiosis International University, Pune. 

Name of the post Junior Research Fellow 

No. of post 1 

Project area Application of bacterial enzymes for releasing important phytochemicals during fruit processing 

Funding agency Science and Engineering Research Board 

Minimum educational Qualifications/experience M.Sc. in Life sciences or equivalent degree with minimum 60% marks/equivalent grade and valid CSIR-NET, GATE or equivalent scorecard 

Preference/Desirable qualifications and expertise 

Research experience in molecular biology, enzymology, phytochemistry and/or bioanalytical techniques 

Stipend Rs. 25,000 + 30% HRA 

Tenure of the post Three years 

Age Not more than 28 years as on the closing date of Advertisement

Last date to apply October 11, 2017 

HOW TO APPLY 

 Interested candidates should send the application by email in the prescribed format available at https://ssbs.edu.in/ addressed to Dr. Ram Kulkarni (ram.kulkarni@ssbs.edu.in) on or before October 11, 2017. 

Please mention “Application for the position of JRF” in the subject line of the email. 

 The list of the shortlisted candidates for selection process with details of date, time and venue will be put up on the Institute website below this advertisement and candidates will be informed by e-mail only. 
 Shortlisted candidates should carry the print out of the application form sent by email signed and dated by the applicant along with recent passport size photograph and photocopies of relevant certificates and other testimonials in support of age, qualification, experience etc. at the time of selection process. 

Applicant must bring all the original certificates at the time of selection process for the purpose of verification, along with one set of photocopies. 

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