Admission to Research Scholars Program
National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB) invites applications for its Research Scholars Program 2019-2020 (RSP-NIAB I-2019).
NIAB’s current research interests include
host-pathogen interactions and pathogenomics
next generation vaccines, diagnostics, adjuvants and drug delivery platforms
nutrition, metabolomics and metabolic disorders
genetics and genomics
gene and protein engineering
zoonosis and One Health
Eligibility : Individuals desirous of seeking admission to RSP-NIAB I-2019 must have a Master’s degree in any branch of Life Science (M.Sc., M.Tech., M.V.Sc., or M. Pharm). Candidates must also have secured CSIR/UGC/DBT/ICMR/INSPIRE NET JRF/UGC-RGNF or any other national research fellowship for 5 years. Having a fellowship is mandatory for consideration. The terms and conditions, fellowship amount etc. will be governed by the awarding funding agency, and furher subject to the rules and conventions of the Institute.
Applications are invited from highly motivated individuals who have secured national fellowshipsand are willing to take up research work to meet the challenges in the above mentioned areas. Those admitted as Research Scholars could be registered for PhD through a recognized entity after completion of course work and any additional requirements.
How To Apply ForAdmission to Research Scholars Program
Candidates who meet the above eligibility criteria may Apply Online between 20/03/2019 to 04/04/2019. Applicants having difficulty in accessing the RSP-NIAB I-2019 portal may contact “The Senior Manager, National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB) at 040-2312 0103 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications found to be in order will be screened, and only short-listed candidates will be called for interview to be conducted on 01/05/2019.
NIAB is aimed to harness novel and emerging biotechnologies and take up research in the cutting edge areas for improving animal productivity and health. The Institute’s focus of research will be on infectious diseases, breeding, reproduction and nutritional enrichment