PU Kolkata Plant Molecular Biology JRF Walk IN


Applications are invited from highly motivated individuals for one JRF position in a Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi, India approved Project entitled "Small RNA sequencing and characterization at defined floral tissue stages of Bambusa tulda: a rarely flowering bamboo of commercial importance” in the Laboratory of Dr. Malay Das, Department of Life Sciences, Presidency University, Kolkata. 

Project detail: "Small RNA sequencing and characterization at defined floral tissue stages of Bambusa tulda: a rarely flowering bamboo of commercial importance” 

Salary: Rs. 31,000 pm plus HRA (as per university norms) 

Essential Qualification: The candidate must have good academic record with at least first class Masters degree in any branch of Life Sciences from recognized University and must have qualified UGC/CSIR-NET with at least NET (LS). 

Maximum age maximum 28 years. 

Desirable Qualification: Research interests/experience in molecular biology, biotechnology, biochemistry and basic knowledge in Plant Biology is essential.

Selection Process: Only those fulfilling the above criteria may apply through email at malay.dbs@presiuniv.ac.in and appear before the selection committee on the following date and time. No TA/DA will be given for appearing in the interview.

Date of interview: 03/02/2020 (Monday) Time: 02.00 pm

Venue: Conference room, Department of Life Sciences, Presidency University

Candidates should report 30 minutes before the scheduled time of interview & submit a copy of the following documents:1. Application in plain paper addressed to the undersigned2. Latest CV along with attested copies of all relevant testimonialsThe original certificates (NET) and mark sheets are to be presented before the Selection Committee on the day of interview.

Dr. Malay Das
Assistant Professor, 
Department of Life Sciences
Presidency University
86/1, College Street
Kolkata-700073

Tel: +91-9874924838 (Mob)
Email: malay.dbs@presiuniv.ac.in

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