National Research Centre on Equines

Srf Microbiology Jobs in Hisar - National Research Centre on Equines

Hisar
ME/M.Tech,MSc,MVSc
Last Date to Apply: 20-05-2019
SRF Microbiology - Job Details Date of Posting: 04-05-2019

SRF  job vacancies in National Research Centre on Equines

Name of the Project :  Investigatin g the mechanism underlying acqu;isition of ;antiviral drug resisstance against host-targeting agents

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification :  M.Sc. in Microbiology/Biotechnology along with NET/GATE qualification and two years of research experience OR MVSc./M Tech. in Microbiology /Biotechnology along with two years research experience

Desirable :  Should have experience in th area of virology / antiviral dru discovery/molecular biology

Emoluments :  Rs.35000/- P.M. plus 8% HRA as per DST norms

Age Limit :  Age limit is up to 35 years for man and 40 years for woman.


How To Apply For  job vacancies in National Research Centre on Equines

Walk-in Interview of the candidates fulfilling the essential qualifications shall be held on 20.5.2019 at 11.00 AM at National Research Centre on Equines, Sirsa Road, Hisar-125 001.

Interested candidates fulfilling the eligibility may appear for the Walk-in-interview on the above mentioned date. They should bring their application giving all curriculum vitae with attested copies of testimonials along with original documents and one pass port size photograph at the time of interview. Original certificate/degree should be produced at the time of interview.


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About National Research Centre on Equines

National Research Centre on Equines is a premier institute established under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research for conducting research on equine health and production. The importance of equines in India is well known. India possesses 1.17 million equines. Major population of equidae comprising donkeys, mules and ponies that provide livelihood to the rural societies living in arid, semi-arid and hilly regions, specially in the foot hills of Himalayas, through transport and draught where as remaining small population of equines is used in army, police, border security force, racing industry and sports.