10 May 2012

Institute of Life Sciences " Project Assistant " Walk-In

Project Assistant

Eligibility: MSc(Bio-technology, Microbiology)
Location: Bhubaneshwar
Job Category: Govt Sector, Research, Walk-in
Last Date: 1 June 12

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

Job Details

Institute of Life Sciences , conducts walk-in-Interviewfor the post of  Project Assistant.

Advt No: 05/2012 Date: 03.05.2012

Project title: “Studies on Chikungunya virus infection: Role of non-structural protein-2 and cellular protein”

Period: 01 (One) year

Fellowship: Rs.8, 000/- per month plus (consolidated) without HRA

Eligibility:  Candidates with Master degree in Microbiology, Biotechnology or Life Sciences with 60% aggregate marks (55% marks for SC/ST candidates) are eligible to apply.

Desirable: Preference will be given to candidates having working experience in Research Laboratory/ Research Institute and Knowledge about proteins/ viral biology.

Max age limit: 28 Years.

How to apply

Interested and eligible candidates may apply with detailed bio-data with attested copies of all relevant certificates to the  Director, Institute of Life Sciences, Nalco Square, Bhubaneswar-751023 on or before last date.

Important Dates:
 Last date of receiving applications : 01.06.2012
 Display of names of short listed candidates at website : 05.06.2012
 Date of Interview : 07.06.2012 (10.00 AM)

Company Profile

The Institute of Life Sciences (ILS) located in Bhubaneswar has been brought under the fold of the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India in August 2002. The institute was earlier under the administrative and financial control of Department of Science and Technology, Government of Orissa. Prime minister of India dedicated the institute to the nation on July 15, 2003 with a declaration to develop as a "National Centre for Excellence". The mandate of ILS is to undertake basic and translational research in frontier areas of life sciences. The research interests of the faculty are in three major areas: (a) Infectious Disease Biology, (b) Gene Function and Regulation and (c) Translation Research and Technology Development. In addition, new collaborations with industry have been established to tap commercial potential of laboratory science.

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