National Bureau of Agricultural Important Microorganisms (NBAIM) Recruiting for 08 Research Associate & Senior Research Fellow Posts. | Check Latest 2018 Govt Job Employment Notification.
NBAIM Recruitment 2018 → Walk in for 08 Research Associate & Other Vacancies – ICAR-National Bureau of Agricultural Important Microorganisms (NBAIM), Mau, Uttar Pradesh has displayed 08 vacant seat for Research Associate & Senior Research Fellow post on purely contract basis. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Official NBAIM notification can attend the Walk-in Interview on 06th May 2016 with the help of details mentioned below-
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NBAIM Vacant Post Details:
Total No. of Vacancies – 08
Name of Post –
1. Research Associate (RA) – 02
2. Senior Research Fellow (SRF) – 06
Mode of Selection:
Selection will be based on the performance of candidates at Walk-in Interview.
For post 1 candidates maximum age must not be more than 40 years for Male (45 years for Female).
For post 2 candidates maximum age must not be more than 35 years for Male (40 years for Female).
Age Relaxation will be applicable as per GOI/ ICAR norms.
For post 1 candidate must have acquired Ph. D or Master’s Degree in the relevant subject with 04 years/ 05 years of Bachelor’s Degree with 60% marks.
For post 2 candidates must have acquired Master’s Degree in the relevant subject with 04 years/ 05 years of Bachelor’s Degree or Ph. D in relevant subject & working Research experience in molecular Biology/ DNA or RNA sequencing etc.
Way of Applying:
Candidates must send their Application by Email to email@example.com & must attend the Walk-in Interview along with requisite testimonial at following mentioned venue on 06th May 2016.
Dates to Remember:
Date for Walk-in Interview: 06/ 05/ 2016 by 10:00 am.
Place for Walk-in Interview: ICAR-National Bureau of Agriculturally Important Microorganisms