Senior Research Fellow Jobs IARI New Delhi
Senior Research Fellow Jobs – Indian Agricultural Research Institute
Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi has announced a walk-in interview for the Post of Senior Research Fellow (SRF) under NARF project “Development of sucrose sensor for phenotyping of soil moisture-deficit stress tolerance in rice”.
Please find below the details about the Senior Research Fellow Jobs.
Name of the Post: Senior Research Fellow
No. of vacancies: 01 (One)
Emoluments (Fixed P.M.): Rs. 16,000/- + HRA
Essential Master degree in Agriculture Physics/Soil Science & Agril. Chemistry/Plant Physiology, MA or M.Sc. (Geography), Msc (Geology/Physics), MSc/ M.Tech. (Remote Sensing, Geoinformatics).
Desirable Experience in processing hyperspectral remote sensing data/imaging spectrometry and field survey
35 years for men
40 years for women
Relaxation for SC/ST/OBC and as per existing rules
Name of Principal Investigator: Dr P.C. Nautiyal, Principal Scientist (Division of Seed Science and Technology) IARI, New Delhi -12
Name of the Project: NARF funded project Development of Sucrose Sensor for Phenotyping of Soil Moisture-deficit Stress Tolerance in Rice’
General Instructions for the Senior Research Fellow Jobs:-
Age limit shall be considered on the date of interview.
Interview will be held on 25 June 2015 between 11:00 and 01:00 pm at the Division of Seed Science and Technology, IARI, New Delhi.
No TA / DA will be paid for attending the interview.
Interested and eligible candidates are required to bring a copy of bio-data giving all the information along with original certificates, self attested photocopies of all required certificate from matriculation onward and copy of recent passport size and experience certificate (if any).
Candidates may send a copy of their bio-data may be send to the e-mail address <email@example.com> in advance to the date of interview.
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