Project Ref: EMR/2017/004150
JRF job recruitment in National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH)
No. of Post : 01 (UR)
Qualification : 1. First class M.Sc. in Life Sciences/Biochemistry/Microbiology/ Molecular Biology from UGC recognized and NAAC accredited University/Institute. OR M.Sc. qualification as above with NET/GATE/Guj-SET/any equivalent examination certificate or, clear such examination within 06 months as project work continues to be Ph.D. program. 2. Knowledge of animal handling, drug dosing, IHC, histology, PCR and Western blotting techniques. 3. Knowledge of statistical methods, data entry and statistical software. 4. Knowledge of MS-Office, Photoshop etc. 5. Proficiency in English language.
Pay (per month fixed):
For NET/GATE/equivalent examination qualified candidate: Rs. 25000.00 for the first 02 years and Rs. 28000.00 for the 3rd year.
For non-NET/GATE/equivalent examination qualified candidate: Rs. 18000.00 for the first 02 years and Rs. 20000.00 for the 3rd year.
HRA will be 30% of the entitled monthly stipend.
Age Limit : Must not be over 28 yr as on 19th Nov 2018.
Selection Process : written test/interview
How To Apply For JRF job recruitment in National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH)
Interested candidates meeting the above-mentioned conditions of eligibility may apply for the posts on prescribed format mentioning up-to-date Bio-data, postal address, mobile no., email ID and 03 references affixed with one recent color passport size photograph and self-attested photocopies of certificates of age, educational qualifications, experience (if any) etc.
Envelop must mention “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF JRF (UR) VIDE REF. EMR/2017/004150”. Applications must reach to Dr. Nibedita Naha (Principal Investigator, SERB-EMR project),Biochemistry Div., ICMR-National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH),Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad 380016, Gujarat, on or before 19th Nov 2018. No personal meeting will be entertained.
About National Institute of Occupational Health NIOH
National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH) has carried out pioneering research work in many occupational diseases and has also developed preventive intervention and control measures, which are economical and locally available.