Walk-in Interview at National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB), Hyderabad
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Applications are invited from suitable candidates for filling up the following positions at National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB), Hyderabad.
Two positions of Junior Research Fellow against the following projects:
(i) DBT funded Project entitled “A study to understand the genetic variations among the field isolates of porcine circo viruses from piggery farms in Mizoram, with the ultimate aim to engineer an effective recombinant chimeric DIVA Vaccine”, PI: Dr. Madhuri Subbiah, Scientist-D (Duration – 6 months).
(ii) DBT funded Project entitled “Elucidation of role of non-structural viral protein (W) of Avian Paramyxoviruses”,
PI: Dr. Madhuri Subbiah, Scientist-D (Duration – 3 to 6 months).
(iii) Essential qualification: Post Graduate Degree in life sciences with NET qualification or Post Graduate degree in a professional course.
(Eligibility criteria as per DST OM No.SR/S9/Z-09/2012 dated 21.10.2014). However Non-NET candidates can also apply who will be paid as per their eligibility.
(iv) Fellowship amount: Rs.25000/-PM+30% HRA = 32,500/- PM as per the DST guidelines.
(v) Age: 30 years
Interested candidates fulfilling the above criteria may attend the walk in interview on 22 January 2018 (Monday at 10:00 hrs) with a photograph and copies of documents in support of date of birth, educational qualifications, experience certificates etc. Application forms may be filled in on the spot, and the information provided in the application must match the testimonials.
NIAB is aimed to harness novel and emerging biotechnologies and take up research in the cutting edge areas for improving animal health and productivity. The Institute’s focus of research will be on Animal Genetics and Genomics, Transgenic Technology, Reproductive Biotechnology, Infectious Diseases, Bioinformatics and Nutrition Enrichment. The institute aims at translational research leading to the development of novel vaccines, diagnostics and improved therapeutic molecules for farm animals. The Institute plans to promote bio-entrepreneurship by providing support environment for commercial tenants involved in the development of farm animal based products.