SRF Pharmacognosy /Research Scientist recruitment in Jamia Hamdard
SRF/ 2 Posts
Essential Qualifications: M. Pharm (Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry/ Pharmaceutical Analysis/ Chemistry/ QA) or equivalent degree in Pharmacy/ Biological sciences
Desirable qualifications: Experience of working in Industry/ Chromatographic analysis/ HPTLC/ HPLC/ Quantitative Microscopy/ QC/ Standardization
Salary: Rs 25000-30000 (Consolidated) per month depending on experience
Research Scientist /1 Post
Essential Qualifications: Ph.D in Pharmaccutical Biological or Chemical sciences with proof of high quality publications in herbal drug / Plant drug analysis/ HPLC/ LCMS/ biological activities etc OR
M. Pharm with minimum three years working experience in any reputed pharma/ herbal industry/ institute well experienced for working on HPLC/ HPTLC/ LCMS and using chromatographic and spectroscopic technique
Salary: Rs 40,000-50,000 (Consolidated) per month depending on experience
How To Apply ForSRF Pharmacognosy /Research Scientist recruitment in Jamia Hamdard
The appointment will be made for one year or the completion of the project.
Only short listed candidates will be informed by E-mail and telephonically for interview before 10th July, 2019.
A soft copy of the COMPLETE APPLICATION including cover letter, bio data, degrees, mark sheets and first page of publications all in one PDF file may kindly be sent to Dr. Sayeed Ahmad, Principal Investigator & In Charge: Bioactive Natural Product Laboratory, Department of Pharmacognosy & Phy, tochemisuy, School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Jamia Hamdard. New Delhi-110062. by E-mail only at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 7th July, 2019 with the subject 'Application for the Post of......................
About Jamia Hamdard
The history of Jamia Hamdard begins with the establishment of a small Unani clinic in the year 1906 by Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed, one of the well-known practitioners of Unani System of Medicine of his time. Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed had a vision of making the practice of Unani Medicine into a scientific discipline so that Unani medicines could be dispensed in a more efficacious manner to patients. He gave the name 'Hamdard' to his venture which means 'sympathy for all and sharing of pain'.