VIT SRF Vacancy for MTech Biotech to Work on Nanobiotech ~ helpBIOTECH

20 February 2019

VIT SRF Vacancy for MTech Biotech to Work on Nanobiotech


Applications are invited for the post of one senior research fellow (SRF) under research project entitled "NanoToF: Toxicological evaluation and risk assessment on Nanomaterials in Food." for a period of 1 Year 0 Month on the consolidation amount a minimum of 27000 only. The engagement will be purely temporary and contractual basis for one year.

The engagement will be governed by the university rules. After selection, the candidate should join within 15 days, otherwise.it would be cancelled. The essential qualification for the post of SRF to be engaged in the project would be as follows:


The candidate should have M. Tech degree in any area of biotechnology, having Valid GATE score or minimum of two years of Research experience in toxicology and nanobiotechnology field.



The interested and eligible candidate may send their Bio data superscribed with the name of post on the envelope to Dr. Chidambaram Ramalingam senior Prof School of Biosciences and Technology VIT Vellore Industrial Biotechnology Division, SBST Vellore Institute of Technology (Deemed University) O/o Dean, School of Biosciences and Technology, VIT, Vellore, , Tamilnadu, 632014and /or a soft copy by mail to careers@vit.ac.in on or before 20/02/2019. The shortlisted candidates will be informed by the e-mail for interview .No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview 



The Project :


2.1 Title : "NanoToF: Toxicological evaluation and risk assessment on Nanomaterials in Food." 
2.2 Details of the Investigator:

Project Coordinator andPrincipal Investigator Dr. Chidambaram RamalingamSenior Prof. School of Biosciences and Technology VIT Vellore Industrial Biotechnology Division, SBST Vellore Institute of Technology (Deemed University) O/o Dean, School of Biosciences and Technology, VIT University, Vellore, , Tamilnadu, 632014 

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