Jrf Project Biochemistry Jobs in Kolkata - IICB

Last Date to Apply: 10-12-2019
JRF Project Biochemistry - Job Details Date of Posting: 19-11-2019
JRF Biochemistry recruitment in IICB

Vacancy Code: 5281901

No. of Vacancies: 1 
Name of the Project: 'Treating malaria by targeting the regulatory mechanism of PfATPase2 and PfATPase8 required to maintain lipid asymmetry in parasite plasma membrane'(GAP-409). 

Qualification required : M.Sc in Biochemistry/Biophysics/Microbiology/Organic Chemistry with 55% marks and NET/GATE or the selection process through National Level examinations conducted by Central Government Departments and their Agencies and Institution such as DST, DBT, DAE, DOS, DRDO, MHRD, ICAR, ICMR, IIT, IISc, IISER etc. 

Desirable:Preferably 1 year research experience in academic /industry. Hands on experimental work in molecular biology and biochemistry, good knowledge in lipid biology. 

Age Limit : 28 Years 

Stipend: Rs.31,000 plus 24% HRA.

How To Apply For Biochemistry recruitment in IICB
Interested candidates may appear for the walk-in-interview to be held on 10.12.2019 from 09.30 a.m.(Reporting time) in the IICB Jadavpur Campus with duly filled up Application Form in the prescribed format as furnished herein-under the download link and the following documents original and self attested copy -(1) Matriculation Certificate in support of your date of birth, (2) Original reprints of all testimonials regarding educational qualification, (3) No Objection Certificate from the employer if employed, (4)Experience Certificate, (5) One Passport size photograph.

Walk-in Interview on: 10/12/2019  

Reporting Time: From 09.30 - 10.00 am. Venue: CSIR-IICB Jadavpur Campu

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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.