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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Jobs in IARI Research Associate RA SRF JRF Research Fellow Vacancy

Indian Agricultural Research Institute
New Delhi 110012

Applications are invited for the position of Research Associates/Senior Research Fellows/ Junior Research Fellow at the Network Project on Insect Biosystematics, Division of Entomology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi 110012 as given below:

Name of PI and Project:
Network project on Insect Biosystematics (21-17)
Dr. V.V. Ramamurthy
Principal Investigator/ National Coordinator

Research Associate (RA) /Senior Research Fellow (SRF)*/ Junior Research Fellow*

Number of posts: 03

Emoluments: Rs. 24000+HRA (Ph. D completed) Rs. 23000/-+HRA (M.Sc. + 2-3 yrs. research experience)
Rs.16000 in I, II year , Rs. 18000/- for III year +HRA* (SRF) Rs.8640/- (JRF)

Essential : PhD in Entomology or Zoology with specialization in Entomology or M.Sc. in Entomology or Zoology with specialization in Entomology or M.Sc. in Biological sciences+ at least two years experience in biosystematic studies.
Desirable: Experience in biosystematic studies/biodiversity studies, data processing and evidence with publications.

*One of these positions are for the contract research at Chandigarh/other places in the Network project; if suitable candidates are not available for RA, SRF/JRFs will be selected in which case two years experience as essential qualification may be waived.

Age maximum 35 years for SRF/JRF, 40 years for RA. [Age relaxation of five years of SC/ST & women and three years for OBC candidate(s)]. The above positions are purely temporary and filled on contract basis for an initial period of one year at a time or till termination of the project, whichever is earlier. There is no provision for reengagement after termination of the project. The selected candidate(s) shall not claim for regular appointment(s) at this institute as the fellowship(s)/post(s) are coterminus with the project.

The eligible candidate may send their application on plain paper to the National Coordinator (Dr. V.V. Ramamurthy) by name at the address- Network Project on Insect Biosystematics, Division of Entomology, IARI, New Delhi-110012 within 15 days from the date of advertisement along with complete Biodata giving full particulars including qualifications, experience, papers published, NOC etc, along with attested copies of certificates (only those certificates towards essential qualifications). The National Coordinator will issue the call letter for interview to the eligible candidates after screening. The correspondence will be made to email for those who provide email address. Date and venue of interview will be intimated in this call letter to the short listed candidates.

All the positions are field work oriented and only candidates who are prepared for such duties extending to 20 days/month only apply.

No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview
This advertisement is also available in the IARI website

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About IARI
The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) is the institute for advanced education in agriculture in India. It was established in 1905 as the Imperial Agricultural Research Institute. The campus was originally located in Pusa, Samastipur, Bihar and was relocated after the Bihar earthquake of 1934 to New Delhi to a place that is now called Pusa in New Delhi. The institute was recognized as a 'deemed university' in 1958 by an act of Parliament and since then it has awarded M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. It is financed and administered by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). The IARI was responsible for the research leading to the "Green revolution" of the 1970s.

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