NBPGR Recruitment for Young Professional II Bioinformatics in Delhi 2018

Last Date to Apply: 02-11-2018
Young Professional II Bioinformatics - Job Details Date of Posting: 22-10-2018

Young Professional II job vacancies in ICAR-National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources

No. of Vacancies : 2

Qualifications :  1. Post-Graduation in Bioinformatics/ Biotechnology/ Life Sciences/ Botany/ Genetics from a UGC recognized university. 2. Minimum one years' experience in the relevant area of research will be preferred.

Desirable :  Post 1 : Experience in routine molecular biology techniques and preferably Next generation sequencing technologies . Post 2: Proficiency in using licensed and open source software for NGS data analyses and practical knowledge of PERL.C++,R programming will be an advantage Desirable

Emoluments (per month) :  Rs. 25,000 consolidated

Age Limit :  Minimum age 21 and maximum age 45 years as on date of advertisement.

How To Apply For    Young Professional II job vacancies in ICAR-National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources

Walk- in- Interview will be held on 02/11/2018 at 10.00 A.M in NBPGR New Building, Pusa Campus, and New Delhi 110012. Desirous candidates fulfilling all the requirements may appear along with all testimonials before the selection Committee for a personal interview at NBPGR, Pusa Campus, New Delhi.

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