ICAR-IARI Hiring For Genetics Division Young Professional Job For MSc Biotech, Genetics – Apply Now

IARI YP Job Opening For MSc Biotech, Genetics, Botany, Plant Sciences. ICAR-IARI job openings. MSc Biotechnology/ Genetics/ Plant breeding/ Botany and Plant Sciences job. Interested and eligible applicants can check out all of the details on the same below

ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi – 110012

Application For the post of Young Professional-II

A position of Young Professional-II purely on a contractual basis is vacant in an ICAR Funded Research Project CRP-Biofortification of wheat (low immunogenic gluten). Eligible candidates should mail their complete CV as per the attached format giving full details of academic records and experience along with a self-attested photocopy of the supporting documents. The emailfor sending the application is crp.gql@gmail.com. Applications should reach this email ID by 10th Jan 2023. Candidates should appear for a walk-in interview with their copy of biodata and original documents on 12th January 2023, 10 AM. Candidates should reach Division of Genetics, ICAR-IARI, New Delhi 110012 (landmark: Post office, ICAR-IARI)

Name of the Post – Young Professional-II (YP-II)

No. of Posts – 01

Terms & Conditions

  1. Age Limit for the position is 45 years. Age relaxation as per Government/ ICAR guidelines. The minimum age should be of 21 years as of the date of the interview.
  2. No objection certificate from the employer should be attached, in case he/ she has employment.
  3. Canvassing in any form would lead to the disqualification of the candidate.
  4. The selected candidates shall not claim any regular appointments at this institute as the above positions are purely contractual, non-regular, time-bound and are co-terminus with the project.

Fellowship – Rs 35000/-per month Consolidated

Essential – MSc or equivalent degree in Biotechnology/ Genetics/ Plant breeding/ Botany or related fields of plant sciences.

Desirable – Knowledge of cytology of root tips, DNA and RNA extractions; PCR based genotyping.

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