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JRF position at Dibrugarh University.

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the following purely temporary position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) under DBT funded Institutional Biotechnology Hub (IBT-Hub), Centre for Studies in Biotechnology, Dibrugarh University.

Junior Research Fellow (JRF) – 01 (one post) purely temporary for a period of three years Salary: Rs.12, 000/- (consolidated) + HRA.

Essential Qualification: Post Graduate degree in Biotechnology/Life Sciences.

Desirable Qualification: Candidates having research experience in microbial
physiology/Biochemistry as evident from published work/project work.
How to apply: Applications, neatly typed on plain paper, stating the name, address, date of birth, educational qualifications and experiences, email ID along with attested photocopies of mark sheets and certificates should reach the Coordinator on or before 31st Aug 2011.

Application may be sent by Email to or Complete application should be sent to:
Prof. R.N.S. Yadav, Coordinator (DBT-IBT Hub)

• Short-listed Candidates will be called for the interview. No TA & DA will be paid for
appearing in the interview.
• The stipend/salary amount is subject to the sanction of DBT, New Delhi.


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