SRF Positon in a ICMR funded Neuroscience Project, Ahemdabad

Applications are invited for the following post to be filled up under the time bound research project entitled “Neutrobehavioural changes in rats treated with methyl mercury at gestational stage of fetal development” sponsored by ICMR at National Institute of Occupational Health, Ahmedabad. The post is purely temporary and co-terminus with the project:

Post : Senior Research Fellow (One)
Pay (Rs) : 18000/+ 20% HRA p.m.
Qualifications & Experience :
Essential : M. Sc. in Neurosciences/Life Sciences/Medical Physiology/Zoology/Biochemistry or equivalent PG degree from a recognized university with good academic records and  TWO years research experience
Desirable: Animal experience in the field of developmental neurotoxicity, behavioral and neurosciences will be highly preferable/ advantages. Working hand or expertise in operating animal behavioral assessing instruments is highly desirable. Computer monitory/supervisory laboratory work is also desirable.Preference will be given to candidate who have passed National written test like UGC-CSIR NET, ICMR for JRF or lectureship with 2years research experience.
Job Requirement :

Age limit : 28 Yrs. Relaxable upto 5 years to SC/ST/OBC, women and PH candidates

Application on plain paper indicating full particulars i.e., name, date of birth, qualification and experience and the detailed bio-data alongwith attested copies of certificates, testimonials, etc should be sent to  The Director, National Institute of Occupational Health, Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad –380016 within 30 days  from the date of advertisement in the Employment News. Age relaxation in case of SC/ST/OBC/PH as per rules.

Note : Since it is not possible to call all candidates for the personal discussion, the applications will be short listed, and the decision of the Director, NIOH, Ahmedabad will be final in this regards. No TA/DA will be paid for the personal discussion.

source:http://www.nioh.org/SRF.pdf

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