Biochemistry/Endocrinology expert /Technician recruitment inNational Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI),Mohali,
Project title: To assess glycemic index (GI) of 17 variants of tomato ketch up, mayonnaise and dressings.
Biochemistry/Endocrinology expert/ 1Post
Required Educational Qualification: PhD degree in Life Sciences (preferable biochemistry, Pharmacology and
Endocrinology) with 2 years of research experience in preclinical and clinical
research. Good understanding of glucose homeostasis, glycemic index, glycemic load and other
Key responsibilities of the selected candidate will include: Overall management of the study with proper records, as per GLP standards. To assess the glycemic index and glycemic loads of respective food products. Regular interaction with Cremica Food Industries Ltd and PGIMER faculty for
recruitment of subjects, food formulation and planning of experiment. Publication of the data generated.
Age limit: 50 years(relaxation is admissible in case of SC/ST/OBC/women as per
government of India instructions).
Emoluments: Rs. 50,000/- per month
Technician /Nos :1
Required Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences
Key responsibilities of the selected candidate will include: To bridge between NABI and PGIMER to assist the investigators for the successful completion of this project.
Age limit: 35 years (relaxation is admissible in case of SC/ ST/ OBC/ women as per
All interested candidates may appear for Walk-in interview at National AgriFood Biotechnology Institute located at Knowledge city, Sector-81, Mohali- 140306 on 30th August, 2019 at 10.00 AM along-with updated CV/resume and application form.
The updated CV/resume AND a MANDATORY one-page COVER LETTER along with filled application form and copy of educational/ experience certificates must be submitted at the time of registration at NABI from 09.00 AM to 10:00 AM on 30th August, 2019.
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NABl is co-located alongwith Bioprocessing Unit (BPU) , an independent institute, being set up under the DBT and an Agri-Food Biotech Park(ABP) being set up under public-private partnership. The NABI, BPU and ABP would therefore comprise an Agri-Food Biotech cluster that would act as a “biotechnology hub” in the region. The agri food cluster has been developed to link three essential related biotechnologies of crops, food and nutrition, and carry out bench to market activity through its state and regional resource networks.