11 May 2012


JRF " Walk-In"

Eligibility: MSc(Bio-technology, Microbiology)
Location: Himachal Pradesh-other
Job Category: Govt Sector, Walkin
Last Date: 15 May 12

Job Type: Full Time
Hiring Process: Walk - In.

Job Details

Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology conducts walk-in interview  for engagement of JRF

Project Title: "Agarwood: Isolation and Characterization of Microorganisms involved in its formation and constituents of its oil (GAP-0147)"

 Qualifications: M.Sc in Life Science (specialization in Microbiology/ Biotechnology/ Microbial Biotechnology/ Mycology/ Plant Pathology) with 55% marks and CSIR-UGC-NET qualified.

Desirable : Work experience in polyphasic characterization and long term preservation of micro organisms

Age: 28 years

Remuneration : Rs.16,000

How to apply

Eligible candidates may appear for "Walk-in-Interview" on the date, time and place mentioned above alongwith an application on prescribed format . Candidates must also bring with them original certificates of testimonials at the time of the appearing for interview. Walk-in-Interview is to be held on Tuesday the 15th May 2012 at 10.00 AM. Venue: CSIR-IHBT, Palampur (H.P.). Www.Freshersworld.Com

Company Profile

Govt. Of Himachal Pradesh took up initiative in early seventies to set up a CSIR lab to make prudential use of the natural resources of the region. After several levels of discussions a formal request was made by then Chief Minister of HP to Vice President, CSIR in 1982 for initiating the matter, and giving final shape to the proposal. The dream of HP government finally came true in 1983 when the foundation stone of this National lab was laid as CSIR Complex Palampur by Prof. Nurul Hasan, former Vice President of CSIR, with then Chief Minister of HP chairing the function.The Co-ordinating Director was appointed in February 1984.Since then the Institute is working relentlessly on developing technologies for sustainable utilization of Himalayan bioresources, and in the area of tea, floriculture, bamboos and medicinal and aromatic plants. Looking at the mission of the Institute,the quantum of work undertaken and milestones achieved it was rightly conceived to rename the Institute from CSIR Complex Palampur to Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology at a high level meeting. Finally the Institute received its new name Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology (IHBT) in 1997 by then Prime Minister Shri H.D. Deve Gowda. Till date this is the only kind of National R&D laboratory in the state of Himachal

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