Walk in Interview for the post of Junior Research Fellow under DBT project on contract basis
Walk-in-interview will be held for the post of Junior Research Fellow under DBT Project entitled “Evaluation of different rapid molecular methods for the diagnosis of mycobacterial infections (M.tuberculosis &NTM) and to study the various mechanisms of drug resistance due to Mycobacterium tuberculosis in patients of suspected tuberculous meningitis.” under Dr Kusum Sharma, Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology, PGIMER, Chandigarh on 30.01.2018 at 3.00 PM.
Job Title: Junior Research Fellow
No. of Post: 01
Pay: As per DBT rules
Two Year or termination of the project whichever is earlier.
M.Sc. (Microbiology/ Biotechnology or equivalent)
Preference will be given to the experienced person with NET cleared, Experience in molecular techniques will be given priority.
The post is purely on contract basis till the project is continued. Interested candidates may appear for interview in Department of Medical Microbiology, Room no. 225, Research Block-A, 2″ Floor, PGIMER, Chandigarh. No TA/DA will be paid for the interview.
The appointment is terminable with one month notice from either side without assigning any reason. Since the project is purely temporary, the incumbent selected will have no claim for regular appointment under DBT or continuation of his/her services in any other project.
No benefit of Provident fund, CCA, Leave Travel Concession, Medical Claim etc. will be given.
About PGI Chandigarh
The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) is a premier medical and research institution in Chandigarh, India. It has educational, medical research, and training facilities for its students. PGIMER is involved in research for the rural and community-related environment and health problems. The focus of research has been on tackling diseases like diarrhea, tuberculosis, malaria, amoebiasis, systemic vasculitis, relapsing polychondritis, HIV, leprosy, hepatitis, anemia, leukemia, hypertension, atherosclerosis, thalassemia, dental caries, stone disease, cancer, and sexually transmitted diseases.