Applications Invited for Junior Research Fellow for DST-SERB Research Project under the Scheme Early Career Research Award
Applications are invited for the post of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) under the DST-SERB sponsored project entitled “Microbiome mediated fate and transformation of man-released nano-pollutants (Sanction Order No. ECR/2017/000339)”.
Eligibility: First class M.Sc., in Biotechnology/Microbiology/Chemistry/Materials Chemistry/Nanotechnology with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Microbiology as main subject in Bachelors degree. Preference will be given to the candidates who have qualified CSIR/UGC/NET/GATE/JEST.
Desirable: Candidates with hands-on experience in microbiology techniques and a strong background in micorbiome. Preference will be given to the Candidates with CSIR-NET/GATE qualification.
Fellowship: For Post Graduate Degree in Basic Sciences with CSIR NET, GATE, JEST qualification or GATE qualified Post Graduate Degree in Professional Course: Rs 25,000 + Admissible HRA.
For Others: Rs. 25,000 + Admissible HRA as per DST norms (M.Tech/MSc with NET)
Rs 16,000 + HRA as per DST norms (MSc without NET)
Tenure of the Fellowship: 3 years
No TA/DA will be provided for attending the interview
Registration for Ph. D: Selected candidate should register for full time Ph.D. Programme at SRM-AP, Amaravati.
N.B: Required research facilities will be provided.
Eligible candidates can send their applications together with their detailed resume/CV, either by soft or hard copies within 20 days of this advertisement to Dr. Anil K. Suresh at email@example.com. Short listed candidate will be intimidated through e-mail.
Dr. Anil K. Suresh
DST-SERB Research Project,
SRM University AP, Amaravati,
Kuragallu Village, Neerukonda,
Guntur District-522503, AP.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com