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Last Date to Apply: 28-03-2019
Personal Assistant - Job Details Date of Posting: 13-03-2019

Personal Assistant   job Position in National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR) 

No. of Posts :  2 (UR)

Eligibility :  Stenographer Grade-III working in other ICAR Institutes with 10 years of regular service in (Level-4) or equivalent.

Pay Band:  Level-6

The period of deputation shall not ordinarily exceed three years. The maximum age limit for appointment by deputation shall not be exceeding 56 years as on the closing date of receipt of application. It is requested that the above vacancies may be circulated among the eligible and desirous candidates working at your Institute/ Establishment.

The application of only such candidates who can be relived immediately in the event of their selection may please be forwarded in the enclosed proforma alongwith attested copies of 5 years CR dossiers.

How To Apply For Personal Assistant   job Position in National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR) 

Accordingly, the eligible and desirous candidates fulfilling all the requirements should appear before the Selection Committee for personal interview at ICAR-NBPGR, Pusa Campus, New Delhi as indicated below:

Walk - In Interview : 28th March, 2019

Time: 10:30 AM

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In an unprecedented initiative, NBPGR, for the first time, has characterized and evaluated (preliminary) entire germplasm of wheat (22000 accessions comprising T. aestivum, T. durum and T. dicoccum) conserved in the National Genebank, at three locations in during Rabi 2011-12. At CCS HAU, Hisar, the wheat accessions have been characterized under optimum conditions. Data on 32 agro-morphological characters are used to develop a core-set. At IARI Regional Station, Wellington wheat germplasm were screened against rusts and other major foliar diseases. A sub-set of accessions identified to be potentially tolerant/resistant are being screened at two other hot-spots. At NBPGR, Issapur Farm, two sets of wheat germplasm, one under normal sowing and second set under late sowing were screened for terminal heat tolerance.