National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health NIRRH

Research Assistant Sociology Jobs in Chennai - National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH)

Chennai
BA,BSW
Last Date to Apply: 12-04-2019
Research Assistant Sociology - Job Details Date of Posting: 01-04-2019

Research Assistant Sociology  job vacancies in National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH)

Title of project: “Enhancing Male Participation in Interventions to Prevent Unintended Pregnancy” funded by NIH under Dr. Shahina Begum.

Qualification: Graduate in social work/ population studies / sociology / psychology / demography from recognized university with three years work experience from a recognized institution or Master’s degree in the above subjects with 1 year experience 

Desirable: Experience in field work / household survey on reproductive health in rural area, willing to work at Junnar taluka, Pune Dist. Fluent in Marathi and English and working knowledge of computer. Persons having Twowheeler will be given preference. 

No.of Posts:  
04 (03 Male and 01 Female)

Pay Scale :  Rs.31,000/- p.m. 

Age: 30 years


How To Apply ForResearch Assistant Sociology  job vacancies in National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH)

Candidates must bring along with them all the relevant documents in original and one set of attested photocopies of the same and one passport size recent colour photograph.

 Walk-in-Interview on 12th April, 2019 between 10.00 hrs. to 12:00.


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About National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health NIRRH

National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH), formerly known as Institute for Research in Reproduction is a premier research institute of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).The institute had a humble beginning in 1954 in the form of a Contraceptive Testing Unit. In  970  it matured into an institute having a space of its own in the heart of central Mumbai with an unique identity which was then named as the ‘Institute for Research in Reproduction ‘(IRR).