Advt. No. 01/ NSPAAD/DAAHM-CFSc/2018-19
SRF/Young Professional – II job vacancies in Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University
Project Title : National Surveillance Programme for Aquatic Animal Diseases (Sub-Project No. 12)
No. of Posts : 2
Qualification : M.F.Sc.(Aquatic Animal Health Management/Aquaculture/ Biotechnology/ Aquatic Envoironment/ Fish Processing Technology with specialization in microbiology or biotechnology )
Desirable : working experience in fish/shrimp farms, research experience in molecular biology/ microbiology and histopathology; good skill in computer applications
Emoluments : SRF : Rs.25,000/- + HRA (as per ICAR/SVVU Guidelines ) (per month) YP- II : Rs.25,000/-
Age Limit : Maximum 35 years with relaxation as per rules
Young Professional – II
Qualification : M.Sc.(Microbiology/Biotechnology/Fisheries/Zoology with specialization in Fisheries)
Desirable : Working experience in farms, experience in Microbiology/ Molecular biology; good skill in computer applications
Age Limit : Minimum 21 years and maximum 45 years with relaxation as per rules
How To Apply For SRF/Young Professional – II job vacancies in Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University
Walk- in- Interview will be held on 08.10.2018 (Monday) at 2.00 PM in the College of Fishery Science, Muthukur.
The candidate appearing for the interview should submit a copy of his/her bio-data in Triplicate along with 3 passport size photographs and attested copies of certificates in support of their educational qualifications and experience. Original certificates are required for verification.
About Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University
The establishment of Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University was the culmination of efforts during the period, 1955 to 2006 to strengthen education and services in the fields of Veterinary Science, Dairy Technology and Fishery Science in the State of Andhra Pradesh. The establishment of three Veterinary Colleges, the first at Rajendranagar during 1946, the second at Bapatla during 1955 and the third at Gannavaram during 1998, paved the way for strengthening Veterinary education in the State. The Veterinary College at Bapatla was shifted to Tirupati during December, 1957.