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Ph.d Program Jobs in Mohali - NABl

Mohali
M.Pharm,ME/M.Tech,MBBS,MSc,MVSc
Last Date to Apply: 15-06-2019
Ph.D Program - Job Details Date of Posting: 04-05-2019

PhD (Biotechnology) Program Admission 2019

National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI),Mohali invites applications from the motivated students for admission to the PhD degree program in Biotechnology starting July 2019 session. NABI is a recognized centre of Regional Centre for Biotechnology (RCB),Faridabad to conduct PhD (Biotechnology).

Number of Seats:11 (Reservation of seats: as per GOI guidelines)

Eligibility : MSc/MTech in any area of life sciences/MPharma/ MVSc/ MBBS or an equivalent degree. Qualifying marks: 55% total marks or equivalent score in the qualifying degree (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/OBC/PD as per GOI norms)

Fellowship :  The students admitted to the program will have to avail the fellowship offered to them from the different granting agencies as per their rules.

Duration of PhD course: The duration is for 5 years and a maximum of 7 years.

Area of PhD research work: Agricultural biotechnology, Food Biotechnology, and Nutrition Biotechnology

Application Fee : Rs. 500/- plus GST @ 18% i.e. Rs 590/-.


How To Apply ForPhD (Biotechnology) Program Admission 2019

The details of Admission, Application Form, Ph.D. course work are available at NABI website. Eligible candidates may send their applications by post for admission to the Ph.D. program to Manager Administration, National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI),Sector-81, Knowledge City, Mohali- 140306 (Punjab) along with application fee.

Last date of application submission: June 15, 2019.

Interview: July 8 (Monday),2019.


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About NABl

NABl is co-located alongwith Bioprocessing Unit (BPU) , an independent institute, being set up under the DBT and  an Agri-Food Biotech Park(ABP)  being set up under public-private partnership. The NABI, BPU and ABP would therefore comprise an Agri-Food Biotech cluster that would act as a “biotechnology hub” in the region. The agri food cluster has been developed to link three essential related biotechnologies of crops, food and nutrition, and carry out bench to market activity through its state and regional resource networks.