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28 January 2018

GBPNIHESD Apple Genomics SRF/TA Walk INs

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G.B. PANT NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HIMALAYAN ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 
KOSI-KATARMAL, ALMORA 263 643, UTTARAKHAND 

Applications are invited for the following purely project/contractual based temporary positions under Department of Biotechnology (DBT) funded project entitled "Creating a Genomics platform for Apple research in India Phase-II". The candidate with adequate qualifications and appropriate experience in relevant subject/specialization with good academic records may appear for Walk-In-Interview on 05 February, 2018 at 11:00 AM onward at Kosi-Katarmal (Almora) campus of the Institute. Desirous candidate may forward an advance copy of the application to the Administrative Officer by e-mail (os@gbpihed.nic.in) clearly mentioning the position applied for. The candidates are required to bring along all certificates, testimonial and an application in original at the time of interview. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the Interview. 

Senior Research Fellow (01 No.) 

Initially for one year 1. 

Emoluments Rs. 28,000/- pm +HRA for NET qualified or Rs. 14,000/- pm +HRA for non NET personnel 

Age* upto 32 Years 

Essential Qualification First class Master degree in Plant Sciences with two years of research experience

Job description and preference for candidate 

 Conduct intensive research (Field and Lab) 
 Assessment of morphological, physiological and biochemical responses selected apple cultivars and developing propagation protocols 
 Experience of Plant Physiology, Tissue Culture and Biochemical analysis 

Technical Assistant (01 No.) 

Initially for one year 2. 

Emoluments Rs. 12,000/- pm fixed 

Age* upto 35 Years 

Essential Qualification Graduation Job description and preference for candidate 

 Assist researcher in field data collection and maintenance of accessions 
 At least 2 years Experience of working in the Himalayan region 

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