Odisha

Walk in interview for Junior Research Fellow at Regional Medical Research Centre

The Regional Medical Research Centre (ICMR), Bhubaneswar is a permanent research centre of Indian Council of Medical Research. The foundation stone of the centre was laid by the then prime minister of India Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi on 29th March 1981.Initially the Center started in a small rental accommodation in 1982 and shifted to the Centre’s own building in year 1990 after completion. The campus of RMRC is located in 20 acres of picturesque landscape in Chandrasekharpur and has its own laboratory –cum- administrative building, animal house, auditorium, guest house & research scholars’ hostel and staff quarters. The concept of Regional Medical Research Centre was evolved during 6th five year plan period in 1980. Under this scheme six RMRCs were set up in different parts of the country.

Post : Jr. Research Fellow

Career for Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor at College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Puri | 05 posts

College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Puri conducts D. Pharm, B. Pharm. and M. Pharm in Pharmaceutics programmes which are affiliated to Biju Pattanaik University of Technology (BPUT). The courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education and recognised by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Puri has a team of well experienced and most knowledgeable faculty members, and it facilitate the students to access well equipped laboratories and technologies available in the Institute.

Post : Professor/ Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor

Recruitment for Pharmacists (04 posts) under Labour Welfare Organization | Government of India

The Ministry of Labour & Employment is one of the oldest and important Ministries of the Government of India. The main responsibility of the Ministry is to protect and safeguard the interests of workers in general and those who constitute the poor, deprived and disadvantage sections of the society, in particular, with due regard to creating a healthy work environment for higher production and productivity and to develop and coordinate vocational skill training and employment services. Government’s attention is also focused on promotion of welfare and providing social security to the labour force both in organized and unorganized sectors, in tandem with the process of liberalization. These objectives are sought to be achieved through enactment and implementation of various labour laws, which regulate the terms and conditions of service and employment of workers. The State Governments are also competent to enact legislations, as labour is a subject in the concurrent list under the Constitution of India.

Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for filling up of the following vacant posts available under Labour Welfare Organization, Bhubaneswar Region, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

Post : Pharmacist

Campus Interview in College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Berhampur at Macleods Pharmaceuticals | 50 posts

Having a vision to provide quality healthcare to humanity and with special focus on essential and difficult to make medicines, Macleods Pharmaceuticals Ltd, was incorporated in 1986. Macleods has enjoyed rapid growth in the recent years, growing at an average growth rate of over 22% for the past 5 years. Macleods with its experience spanning more than two decades has emerged as a force to reckon with in global pharmaceutical market. With an asset of more than 10,000 professionally qualified employees across the globe, Macleods a multiple location organization, is based out of Mumbai, India. With expertise in range of formulations ranging from tablets to sterile dosage form and from inhalation to novel drug delivery system, Macleods is currently ranked 10th (on mat basis source IMS) in Indian Pharmaceutical Industry and is recognized as one of the fastest growing pharmaceutical company in India. Pioneering efforts of Macleods in providing medications for both chronic and acute therapy, with world- class state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities approved by various regulatory authorities of many countries and well equipped R&D, analytical and bioequivalence center audited by various regulatory authorities makes Macleods truly a global pharmaceutical company.

Post : Trainee in QA/QC/Production

Job for Research Associate at Institute of Life Sciences | Government of India

ILSInstitute of Life Sciences (ILS) was established in the year 1989 as an autonomous institute under the administrative control of Govt. of Odisha. In 2002, it was taken over by the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India. The Prime Minister of India Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee dedicated the institute to the nation in July 2003.  Institute of Life Sciences has a broad vision of carrying out high-quality multidisciplinary research in the area of life sciences. The goal is for overall development and betterment of human health, longevity, agriculture and environment. The stated mission of the institution is to work towards upliftment of the human society and generate skilled human resources for future India.

Post : Research Associate

RESISTANCE OF SERRATIA MARCESCENS (SPKD15) TO VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS CONDITIONS: EFFECT ON CELL VIABILITY AND PRODIOGISIN PRODUCTION

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ABOUT AUTHORS
1PRATYUSH KUMAR DAS*, 2SMRUTIPRAGNYA SAMAL, 3RATIKANTA SAHOO, 4PRASANT KUMAR SABAT
1,2,3Centre for Biotechnology, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India – 751003
4School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India – 751003
*pratyushdas@soa.ac.in

ABSTRACT
Serratia marcescens, a gram negative bacillus is generally related to hospital acquired infections. Production of red pigment (Prodiogisin) by the bacterium is an important characteristic feature and has been reported to exhibit certain antimicrobial property. The resistance of the bacteria towards several classes of antibiotics makes it one of the most notorious pathogen. The work aimed to evaluate the resistance of Serratia marcescens (SPKD15) under various environmental stress conditions (temperature, pH, Salt concentration and UV). Effect of these stress conditions on the cell viability and production of prodiogisin was analysed. The strain was able to sustain up to temperature of 40°C, Salt (NaCl) concentration of 7%, pH up to 10 and could withstand UV radiations up to 2 minutes. However, the prodiogisin production was negatively affected and finally inhibited at all the conditions of environmental stress(Temperature = 35°C, pH = 4 and 9, Nacl concentration = 4% and UV exposure of 15 seconds). This indicates that prodiogisin may act as a protective mechanism for the bacterium under stress. Further, intracellular antimicrobial was obtained from the UV exposed culture and compared with the antimicrobial obtained from the normal culture. The antimicrobial obtained from UV exposed culture showed decreased antimicrobial effect with inhibition diameter ranging between 2 mm to 13 mm (± S.D) as compared to the antimicrobial obtained from the normal culture. An inhibition diameter ranging between 4 mm to 22 mm (± S.D) was obtained in case of the normal culture which may be attributed to the loss of pigmentation. The study highlights the resistance of the bacterium to various environmental stresses. Keeping the degree of pathogenicity of the bacterium in mind, eradication of the same is quite difficult and must be looked upon seriously.

Admission to Ph.D Programme at NISER - M.Pharm may apply

A primary objective of the Institute is to train and nurture human resources in the Sciences for the knowledge economies of the future. This is in line with a general shift in geo-political thinking that requires a remedy for sites of knowledge production centred in the west. Such a strategic shift in perspective has been necessitated by the realization that the unique circumstances of our nation demand unique scientific and pedagogic responses. Consequently, we are called upon to question and account for conventional narratives that stake claims to categorizations of science, technology, environment, learning, innovation, design and being. The predominant discourse that seeks to structure these superficially hard categories is predicated on justifications that till date have not moved beyond regimes of hierarchy, control and access. These strictures are an inherent feature of “Institutionalized Science” where Newtonian principles of organizing domains of cognition and mechanisms of representation constrain debates on what new conceptualizations of science ought to be like. More problematically this stifles the potential for interdisciplinarity just when everybody talks its language.

Admission to Ph.D Programme - 2018-19 (Summer Session)

Applications are invited for Research Associate at NIT

NIT Rourkela is one of the premier national level institutions for technical education in the country and is funded by the Government of India. Government of India has elevated the Regional Engineering College, Rourkela to a deemed university under the name of National Institute of Technology, Rourkela.  The main objective of the Institute is to produce quality Engineers and Scientists in Graduate and Post-Graduate levels in various branches of Engineering and Science. The Institute is managed by the Board of Governors of National Institute of Technology (Rourkela) Society and vested with significant degree of administrative and financial autonomy. Government of India have recognized the Institute as a premier institution of repute and have developed it as a center of excellence under plan funding.

Applications are invited on prescribed format for the following assignment in a purely time bound research project undertaken in the Department of Ceramic Engineering of the Institute.

Post : Research Associate

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NANOMEDICINE IN DIAGNOSTICS & THERANOSTICS IN CANCER at Utkal University

ABOUT UTKAL UNIVERSITY
The Utkal University, established in the year 1943, is the seventeenth oldest university in India. Its present campus at Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar is located on the sprawling 399.99 acre in the heart of Bhubaneswar, with the Sainik School to its North , National Highway No.5 to its South, Institute of Metal and Minerals Technology and Institute of Physics to its West, and the South Eastern Railway lino to its East. The foundation stone of this campus was laid by Or. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India on 1 st January 1 DUS and campus was inaugurated by Dr S. Radhakrishnan, the second President of India on 2nd January 1SG3. This is a teaching-cum-affiliating University. There are at present 2 7 post Graduate Departments located in the University Campus for Post Graduate studios and research in various disciplines of Science, Humanities, Business Administration. Social Science, Law and Commerce. Apart from this there are 1 5 self financed sponsored courses including the MFC programme. The total number of students in the P.G. Department of the campus at Vani Vihar is nearly 3000. This is in fact one of the largest affiliating Universities in the country with approximately 265 affiliated Colleges (Degree Colleges-21 9, Professional Colleges-75, Other Constituent Colleges-2) under its jurisdiction.

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