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Jrf Direct Jobs in Kolkata - IICB

Kolkata
MSc
Last Date to Apply: 12-03-2020
JRF Direct - Job Details Date of Posting: 14-02-2020
IICB jobs for JRF Direct in Kolkata

Vacancy Code :5312001
 
JRF (Direct)/ No. of Vacancies: 40 

Category wise vacancy for Biology Group:20 (UR - 9, SC - 3, ST - 1, OBC - 5 and EWS - 2). 
Category wise vacancy for Chemistry Group:20 (UR - 9, SC - 3, ST - 1, OBC - 5 and EWS - 2). 

Qualification required: NET-JRF (CSIR/UGC) examination qualified candidates or DBT/DST-INSPIRE/ICMR-JRF Fellows having independent fellowship with M.Sc degree in Chemistry / Biology. Students in their final year of M.Sc may also apply, provided they fulfill other qualifications. 

Age Limit :28 Years 


How To Apply For IICB jobs for JRF Direct in Kolkata

Interested candidates may appear for the walk-in-interview to be held on 12.03.2020 from 9.30 AM and report at the J.C. Ray Auditorium, Jadavpur Campus. with the following documents (original as well as self attested copies) - (1) Matriculation Certificate in support of your date of birth, (2) Degree/Diploma Certificate, (3) Original reprints of all testimonials regarding educational qualifications, (4) Applicants claiming reservation benefits are requested to submit certificate issued by the appropriate authority as per GOI guidelines at the time of interview. (5) No objection certificate from the employer if employed, (6) Final Marksheet of M.Sc. Examination, (7) Documentary evidence of qualifying NET examination, (8)One recent passport size photograph. (Candidates selected through this interview would be encouraged to register for Ph.D in AcSIR).

Candidates are requested to download the application form by clicking on the link below and fill up the form and submit the same on the date of interview.


About IICB

The Institute was established in 1935 as the first non official centre in India for biomedical research and was included within the aegis of CSIR in 1956. IICB today is engaged in research on diseases of national importance and biological problems of global interest, employing sophisticated state-of-the-art technology in keeping with the rapid and unprecedented momentum that life science research has gained globally over the last 50 years.