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Research Positions (Under DST & DBT Funded Project) at Delhi University [5 Vacancies]: Apply by Oct 14

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Applications are invited through email for various temporary positions in a DBT project titled “Sub Project 3: Draft genome sequencing of safflower and its wild relatives” and a DST project entitled “Development of SNP markers and association mapping for agronomic traits on a core collection of the oilseed crop Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower)” at the Department of Botany, University of Delhi. The positions are purely temporary in nature and valid till the tenure of the project.

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The post details are given below.

 

1. JRF, RA & Field Worker

Applications are invited for research positions in the DBT Funded Project entitled Sub Project 3: Draft genome sequencing of safflower and its wild relatives.

Posts
  • Junior Research Fellow (01)
  • Research Associate (01)
  • Scientific/ Administrative Assistant/ Field Worker (02)
Qualifications

For JRF

M.Sc. in any branch of Life Sciences with minimum 55% marks and should have qualified UGC-CSIR NET(LS/ JRF); Desirable: Strong background in crop genetics, molecular techniques and/ or bioinformatics.

For Research Associate

Ph.D. in any branch of Life Sciences preferably with experience in plant biology; Desirable: Experience in NGS data generation and its bioinformatic analysis/ crop genetics/ development and handling of mapping populations/ linkage map construction/ QTL mapping/ comparative genomics as evidenced by peer-reviewed publication(s) in International journals of repute.

For Scientific/ Administrative Assistant/ Field Worker

10th/ 12th pass; Desirable: work experience in routine laboratory tasks/ maintenance, handling plant (research) material in field/ growth rooms/ containment net house/ experience in administrative work related to scientific research projects.

Salary
  • For Junior Research Fellow: Rs. 31000+24% HRA per month
  • For Research Associate: Rs. 54000+24% HRA per month.
  • For Scientific/ Administrative Assistant/ Field Worker:  Rs. 18000 + 24% per month.

 

2. Field Assistant (01)

Applications are invited for research positions in the DST Funded Project entitled Development of SNP markers and association mapping for agronomic traits on a core collection of the oilseed crop Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower).

Post

Field Worker (01)

Qualifications

12th Pass. Desirable: work experience in routine laboratory tasks/maintenance, handling plant (research) material in field/ growth rooms/ containment net house/ experience in administrative work related to scientific research projects.

Salary

Rs. 16962 (consolidated);

 

How to Apply?

Applications (including biodata and scanned copies of necessary documents) from interested candidates are to be sent by email to Prof. Arun Jagannath (jagannatharun@yahoo.co.in for the DBT project) or Prof. Shailendra Goel (shailendragoel@yahoo.com for the DST project).

It is essential for candidates to provide their email address and/ or mobile number in their biodata for further communication. Separate applications are to be submitted for each project. The last date to apply is October 14, 2020.

 

For full notification, click the link below.

Delhi University DBT & DST Project Positions Recruitment Notification

 

 

 

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