JNU New Delhi Genomics Project Vacancy

School of Computational & Integrative Sciences
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi-110067
JNU/SCIS/MJ/DBT-TIF/2019-20
Applications are invited for the following purely temporary post of a Project Assistant in the DBT funded project under the Tata Innovation Fellowship scheme at the School of Computational & Integrative Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Project Assistant: One post
Fellowship: Rs. 15000/- p.m. consolidated
Essential Qualifications: M.Sc. degree or equivalent in Life Sciences/Biotechnology/Bioinformatics or any other related field. The candidate having good computer/programming skills with experience in NGS data analysis will be given preference.
The position is completely temporary and the initial appointment will be for a period as per recommendation of the selection committee, which can be extended on the basis of assessment of the candidate’s performance and discretion of the Competent Authority. The eligible candidates may further be shortlisted based on the qualification/experience depending on the total number of applications received. JNU may select candidate against the above post depending upon the qualifications and experience of the candidate and reserves the right to relax any of the qualification(s) in case the candidate is found otherwise well qualified by the Selection Committee.
Eligible candidates may apply by sending their complete application in the given format. The attested copies of the certificates and proof of research experience (if any) are to be attached with the hard copy of application. The applications should reach at the address given below latest by December 20, 2019. The envelope must be superscribed by “Application for the Post of PA”.
ONLY hard copy of the application in the given format will be accepted.
Dr. Mukesh Jain
Professor
School of Computational & Integrative Sciences,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi – 110067
PS: Note that short listed candidates for the interview will not be paid any TA/DA for attending the same.

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