Senior Research Fellow (SRF) job vacancies in National Bureau of Soil Survey And Land Use Planning
Project Title : 'Bioremediation of chemical contaminants and their complexes present in drainage wastewater with high dynamic flux used for irrigation in urban and peri-urban agriculture'
No. of Post : 01
Qualification : Masters degree in Agriculture with specialization in Soil Science/ Agricultural chemistry/ Agronomy; or Masters in Chemistry/ Organic chemistry/Analytical chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Botany/ Chemistry/ Environmental Science. Candidates having post graduate degree in basic science should have NET qualification.
Desirable : i. Ph.D in above discipline ii. Knowledge and working experience in laboratory analysis. iii. Working experience on operating instruments such as Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer and water analyzer and proficiency in computer skills. iv. Analytical skills in statistical data interpretation
Emoluments : Rs. 25000/-+ HRA for 1' year & 2°4 year and Rs. 28000/- + HRA for 3'd year
Age Limit : Maximum age is 35 years for SRF (age relaxation of five years for SC/ST & women and three years for OBC)
How To Apply For Senior Research Fellow (SRF) job vacancies in National Bureau of Soil Survey And Land Use Planning
The candidates will have to compulsorily bring the filled in application form (as per the format annexed),all the original certificates from matriculation onwards, date of birth certificate, NET/equivalent certificate, degree certificate either original or provisional and one set of the self-attested photocopies of all the required certificates from matriculation onwards and an attested copy of recent passport size photograph pasted onto the application form. Proof of experience and publications also need to be submitted.
Date & Time of Interview : 21 February, 2019 at 10.00 am
Venue : ICAR-NBSS&LUP, URI Pusa, Regional Centre, Delhi
About National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning
National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning catering the needs of the soil resource information to different planning and developmental agencies of India. Soils being one of the important natural resources of the country is gaining importance due to globalization of agriculture and land use is showing a paradigm shift in land use.