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ASSAM UNIVERSITY DIPHU CAMPUS_JRF Sept 26-walk-in.


A Walk in Interview will be held on Sep 26th, 2011, 11am onwards for the following project positions under the Principal Investigatorship of Dr. R. H. Begum at the Department of Life Sciences and Bioinformatics, Assam University, Diphu Campus (Hindi Training Centre Campus), Diphu-782460.

Name of the Project: Prevalence of G6PD Variants among the different Tribal Communities in Karbi Anglong and Kokrajhar Districts of Assam, Northeast India.

1. Position : Junior Research Fellow (01)


Educational Qualification: Candidate must possess MBBS/M.Sc/M.Tech/M.VSc. with 1st class in Molecular Biology/Biochemistry/Physiology/Biotechnology/Life Sciences from a recognized University with experience in molecular biological techniques. Desirable qualification: NET/ GATE/ BET/ BINC qualified candidates

Fellowship: Rs. 16,000/+ 10% HRA p.m. for the first two years (JRF) and Rs. 18,000/+ 10% HRA p.m. for the 3 rd year (SRF) to NET/ GATE/ BET/ BINC qualified candidates.
: Rs. 12,000/+10% HRA p.m. for the first two years and Rs. 14,000/+ 10% HRA p.m. for the 3 rd year (SRF) for other candidates.
Age: 30 years of age on the date of interview.

2. Position : Field Assistant (01)

Educational Qualification: Candidate should be B. Sc. in Molecular Biology/ Biochemistry/
Biotechnology/ Life Sciences from a recognized University.

Desirable qualification: Experience in clinical laboratory techniques.

Fellowship: Rs. 5,000/p.m. (consolidated)
Age: Candidate should not be more that 28 years of age on the date of interview.
Interested eligible candidates may appear the interview on Sep, 26th, 2011 with original
Certificates/Marksheets and a set of copies along with an application letter. Candidates without proper testimonials shall not be entertained. No TA/DA shall be paid for attending the same.

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