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Applications are invited for the following purely temporary position in a CSIR research project at the Special Centre for Molecular Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi -110067
One position JRF / SRF in CSIR project*#
Project Title: “Studies to decipher the functional implications of nuclear receptors docking onto the mitotic chromatin”.
For JRF: M.Sc. or equivalent degree in Life Sciences or related fields with NET (lecturership). Candidates with BVSc or MBBS are also eligible to apply.
For SRF: M.Sc. or equivalent degree in Life Sciences or related fields. At least two years of research experience is essential. MBBS with at least one year research experience or M.V.Sc. or equivalent are also eligible.
Desirable: Candidates (JRF/SRF) who have suitable work/training experience in the areas of Molecular & Cellular Endocrinology or having BVSc / MVSc /MBBS may be preferred.
*Only one position is available that will be offered either at JRF or SRF level. The position is purely temporary and co-terminus with the project. The appointment may be curtailed or extended on the basis of the performance of the researcher.
Emoluments#: As per CSIR rules. No TA / DA is admissible for attending the interview.
Interested candidates may send their typed applications by post only along with a copy of updated CV giving name, age, educational qualifications, postal and e.mail address and names and contact details of two academic referees to Dr. Rakesh K. Tyagi, Principal Investigator, Special Centre for Molecular Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110067, so as to reach the centre by 26th September, 2011. Photocopies of the relevant documents (certificates, publications etc.) supporting their candidature should also be enclosed with the application.
ADVERTISEMENT No.: JNU/SCMM/RKT/CSIR/PROJECT/ 9 /2011
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