National Institute of Research in Tribal Health NIRTH

Technical Assistant recruitment in Jabalpur - National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH)

Jabalpur
Any Post Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 13-02-2019
Technical Assistant - Job Details Date of Posting: 26-01-2019
Technical Assistant Job Opportunity In National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH)

Project: “a point-of-care device for malaria diagnosis and drug resistance genotyping” 

Essential qualification: Graduate in life science/relevant subject from a recognized university with three years work experience from a recognized institution or Master’s degree in the relevant subject.

Desirable qualification: Candidate having Master degree in Zoology will be preferred. Research experience in the field of vector biology in the Government, autonomous, PSU recognized organization. Working experience in molecular biology of malaria parasites/vector with special reference to PCR DNA sequencing and sequence data analysis and field collection of malaria samples are desirable. Knowledge of computer will be preferred.

No. Of Post: One post (UR)

Age: 30 years 

Consolidated: Rs. 29,565/-per month



How To Apply For Technical Assistant Job Opportunity In National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH)

Walk in Interview Will Be held on 3rd February,2019 at 10: AM. in the ICMR-NIRTH Nagpur Road, Near Medical Collage, Garha Jabalpur

About National Institute of Research in Tribal Health NIRTH

The National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH), Jabalpur is one of the 30 health research institutes working under the aegis of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR),Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Sprawling in a lush-green 44 acre campus located in the state of Madhya Pradesh - the heart of India, ICMR-NIRTH is surrounded by thickly-forested tribal dominated areas, and is the only publicly funded organization dedicated to research on health of tribes of the country. Considering health of aboriginals is of prime national importance, biomedical scientists of ICMR-NIRTH with diverse training and expertise, supported by 100-plus technical staff and several scientific staff of different time-bound research projects are putting tireless endeavor in collaboration with state government health officials, to not only diagnose and intervene different diseases prevalent in tribes, but also perform high-end biomedical research using modern tools to understand the mechanism of diseases and utilize the knowhow to devise novel methods of intervention and control. Apart from this, social scientists of ICMR-NIRTH are regularly involved in interacting with different tribal communities to campaign on the disease preventive measures, by which health issues can be mitigated before they emerge in a large way in communities.