National Institute of Immunology NII

Project Assistant Jobs in Delhi - National Institute of Immunology (NII)

10th Pass (SSC),12th Pass (HSE)
Last Date to Apply: 23-03-2020
Project Assistant - Job Details Date of Posting: 10-03-2020

National Institute of Immunology jobs for Project Assistant in Delhi

Project: “Role of chromokinesin and kinesin motor proteins in driving chromosomal aberrations” funded by DBT Tenable till-21.03.2021 

Project Assistant (One position only)

Educational Qualifications: Passed 12th Class with extensive experience of working in a laboratory with cell culture work. The candidate should have experience of maintenance of cell-culture area, preparation of cell-culture media, preparation of laboratory buffers and other solutions. The candidate should have experience of cell-culture filtration and of providing assistance with other laboratory molecular biology techniques. The candidate should be able to record laboratory data in a systematic manner on various computer spreadsheet applications.

Emoluments: As per minimum wages rates notified by Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi.

Job description & Desired Knowledge: Experience of working with cell-culture and basic computer skills.

How To Apply For National Institute of Immunology jobs for Project Assistant in Delhi  

Interested candidates may apply directly, STRICTLY IN THE PRESCRIBED FORMAT GIVEN BELOW, through E-mail, to the Investigator of the project, clearly indicating the name of the project along with their complete C.V., E-mail-ID, fax numbers, telephone numbers. Only Short listed candidates will be called for interview and they required to submit attested copies of all their certificates and a Demand Draft of Rs 100/- drawn on Canara Bank or Indian Bank payable at Delhi/New Delhi in favour of the Director, NII (SC/ST/PH and Women candidates are exempted from payment of fees) subject to submission of documentary proof), at the time of interview. 


About National Institute of Immunology NII

The National Institute of Immunology (NII) is an autonomous institution supported by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. The Institute is committed to advanced research addressing the basic mechanisms involved in body's defence, host-pathogen interactions and related areas with a view to contribute to the creation of an internationally competitive intellectual knowledge base as a sustainable source of innovative futuristic modalities of potential use inv health care.