VPKAS Plant Biotech/Breeding Project Walk INs ~ helpBIOTECH

07 November 2019

VPKAS Plant Biotech/Breeding Project Walk INs

ICAR-Vivekananda Parvatiya Krishi Anusandhan Sansthan, 
Almora - 263601 (Uttarakhand) 

Eligible candidates are invited for Walk-in-Interview on 13.11.2019 at 10:00 AM at ICAR-Vivekananda Parvatiya Krishi Anusandhan Sansthan, Almora263601 (Uttarakhand) for the purely temporary and time bound positions of Research Associate, Senior Research Fellow, Young Professional- I and Young Professional- II on contractual basis under the following project. The qualifications and other details are as under

4. For Biotech Laboratory Young Professional- II 01 

The minimum age will be 21 years and maximum 45 years with relaxation as per rules. 

Rs. 25,000/- consolidated per month. Initially for one year, may be extended for another year as per requirement 

Post graduate in Biotechnology/ Botany/ Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology/ Life Science with a minimum of one year experience (excluding dissertation period) in Plant tissue culture/transgenic development OR 
Ph.D. in any of the above subjects in the area of plant tissue culture/ transgenic development/Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology.

5. Utilization and Refinement of Haploid/Doubled Haploid Induction Systems in Rice, Wheat and Maize Using Molecular and In-vitro strategies 

Senior Research Fellow 01 

The upper age limit is 35 years for men and 40 years for women on the date of interview. 

Rs. 31,000/- (+ HRA as per local approval) for 1st and 2nd year and 35,000/- (+ HRA as per local approval) for 3rd year 

Upto March 2020 

Master’s degree in Plant Breeding / Plant Pathology / Biotechnology / Biochemistry /Life Sciences (for candidates with 4 years/5 years of Bachelor’s degree) OR 
Master’s degree in Plant Breeding / Plant Pathology / Biotechnology / Biochemistry / Life Science with NET qualification (for candidates with 3 years Bachelor’s degree) 

Knowledge and work experience of plant breeding/ molecular breeding/biochemical analysis in agricultural crops, preferably maize. Field work (hybridization, sample collection and preparation, data recording), Lab work (molecular markers and biochemical analysis related work) and documentation both at the institute 

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