IARI Plant Physiology/Molecular Biology RA/SRF Walk INs

Division of Plant Physiology 
ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute
New Delhi-110012

Interested candidates are invited for walk-in-Interview under NASF-ICAR and CSIR-funded projects for filling the Unreserved Temporary Posts of SRF and RA. The Interview will be held on 2 nd November, 2019 at 9:30 AM in the Division of Plant Physiology, ICAR-IARI, Pusa Campus, New Delhi -110012. Age relaxation of five years for SC/ST and women and three years for OBC category will be considered. 

Candidates interested in research and development with the qualifications given in the following table may report for interview at 9:30 A.M. on 2 nd November, 2019 (Saturday) in Committee Room, Division of Plant Physiology, IARI, Pusa campus, New Delhi 110 012. 

Project SRF (one position) 

Rs 25000 + HRA per month for 1&2 year; Rs. 28000 + HRA per month for 3rd year 

Age Limit: 35 years 

Essential Qualification: Master’s degree in Plant Physiology/ Molecular Biology/ Biotechnology/Genetics/ Biochemistry/ or relevant biological Sciences with 4/5 years bachelor’s degree. Those with 3 years bachelor’s degree must have UGCNET/CSIR-NET/ MHRD-GATE qualification or equivalent or Ph.D in any of the above disciplines. (Kindly see the following ICAR memorandum for details of minimum qualification: F.No. Edn./6/27/2014/HRD Dated 13-07-15 and F.No. Agri. Edn./6/27/2014/HRD Dated 09-10-15) 

NASF-ICAR Funded Project on “Identification of superior donors and alleles for spikelet fertility and low chalkiness under heat stress in rice” 

SRF/Research Associate (RA) 

SRF (@ Rs. 14000 pm + HRA) RA-I (@ Rs. 36000 pm + HRA) 

Age Limit: 32 years for SRF and 35 years for RA. 

Essential Qualification: SRF: M.Sc. or equivalent in Plant Physiology/ Molecular Biology/ Biotechnology/Genetics/ Biochemistry/Botany or relevant biological Sciences and at least two years of post M.Sc. research experience as evidence from published paper in standard referred journal OR RA: Ph.D. or equivalent in Plant 

CSIR Funded Project on Functional validation of polyamine biosynthesis genes for reproductive heat stress tolerance in rice Division of Plant Physiology Physiology/ Molecular Biology/Botany or relevant biological Sciences 

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