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Research Associate / Junior Research Assistant/ Jrf Jobs in Kolkata - Zoological Survey of India (ZSI)

Kolkata
M Phil / Ph.D,MSc
Last Date to Apply: 20-12-2019
Research Associate / Junior Research Assistant/ JRF - Job Details Date of Posting: 03-12-2019

Research Associate / Junior Research Assistant/ JRF  job vacancies in Zoological Survey of India 


Project Title  :  ‘Conservation of Threatened Vertebrate Fauna in Indian Himalayan Region through Long-term Monitoring and capacity Building’

No. of Posts : 06 (02-RA-I, 02-SRF, 01-JRF, 01-JRA)

Research Associate (RA-I)

Qualification: M. Sc. & Ph.D in Zoology/Life Sciences/Wildlife/Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity & Conservation or equivalent. Candidate with Ph.D. thesis submitted may also apply. However, if found suitable, they will be offered SRF and upon awarding the degree of PhD will be offered the post of RA-I.

Desirable  : Prior work experience in the Indian Himalayan Region/ Knowledge / experience/ecology/ bioinformatics/ climate change studies with at least one publication in SCI journal. Proven experience in Data analysis, GIS, Bio/Geo-Informatics, Science writing and communication, organising workshops, seminar, symposium, training programme etc.

Age Limit: The upper age limit is 40 years as on date of interview. Age relaxation as per Govt. of India rules.

Senior Research Fellow (SRF)

Qualification: M. Sc. in Zoology/Life Sciences/Wildlife/Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity & Conservation or equivalent.

Desirable : Prior work experience in the Indian Himalayan Region/ Knowledge / experience/ecology/ bioinformatics/ climate change studies with at least one publication in SCI journal. Proven experience in Data analysis, GIS, Science writing and communication, organising workshops, seminar, symposium, training programme etc.

Age Limit : The upper age limit is 35 years as on date of interview. Age relaxation as per Govt. of India rules.

Junior Research Fellows (JRF)

Qualification :  M. Sc. in Zoology/ Life Sciences/ Life Sciences/Wildlife/Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity & Conservation or equivalent in any branch of biological Sciences with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University.

Desirable : Experience /knowledge/interest on field data collection/Bioinformatics /Geoinformatics / Wildlife Ecology/GIS/ Climate change.

Age Limit: The upper age limit is 28 years as on date of interview. Age relaxation as per Govt. of India rules.

Junior Research Assistant (JRA)

Qualification: M. Sc. in Zoology/ Life Sciences/ Life Sciences/Wildlife/Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity & Conservation or equivalent in any branch of biological Sciences with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University.

Desirable : Experience /knowledge/interest on field data collection/Bioinformatics /Geoinformatics / Wildlife Ecology/GIS/ Climate change

Age Limit: The upper age limit is 28 years as on date of interview. Age relaxation as per Govt. of India rules.

Remuneration:

Research Associate (RA-I) @Rs.36,000/- + HRA @ 24% per month

Senior Research Fellow (SRF) @18000/- + HRA @ 24% per month

Junior Research Fellow (JRF) @ Rs.16,000/- + HRA @ 24 % or Minimum @ Rs.5,400/- for first two

years and Rs.18,000/- + HRA @ 24% or Minimum @ Rs.5,400/- for 3rd year,

Junior Research Assistant (JRA) @ Rs.16,000/- + HRA @ 8% or Minimum @ Rs.1,800/


How To Apply ForResearch Associate / Junior Research Assistant/ JRF  job vacancies in Zoological Survey of India 

Candidates should submit the duly filled-in applications with attested true copies of testimonials of educational qualifications, research experience, proof for date of birth etc., along with copies of mark sheets of all examinations and ‘No Objection Certificate’ from present employer (if employed) at the time of registration on 20th December 2019 at ZSI, M-Block, New Alipore, Kolkata – 700 053.


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The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally rich life of the erstwhile British Indian Empire .