Junior Research Fellow (JRF) Zoologyjob vacancies in Zoological Survey of India on temporary basis purely on temporary basis
DST-SERB sponsored research project :“Molecular systematics, phylogeny and
phylogeography of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of North Western Himalaya and
delineation of the cryptic species complexes with potential implication as indicator taxa
in freshwater biomonitoring”. Essential Qualification: M.Sc in Zoology /Entomology/ Life Sciences with a minimum of
60% aggregate marks from a recognized University.
Desirable Qualifications: The project involves intensive and extensive collection surveys in
North Western Himalaya and candidates willing to work extensively in the field shall be
preferred. Candidates having knowledge of DNA isolation & PCR will be given preference. Place of Work: Zoological Survey of India, High Altitude Regional Centre, Solan (HP) with
the liability of extensive and long field surveys to the North Western Himalaya (Himachal
Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir). Age limit: Upper age limit is 28 years as on the date of Interview. However, the upper age
limit may be relaxed as per Govt. of India rules.
Emoluments: Fellowship of Rs 25,000/- plus HRA (NET/GATE qualified) for the initial two
years as JRF and in third year Rs 28,000/- plus HRA as SRF will be provided. Fellowship of Rs. 18000/- plus HRA (consolidated for three years) for the (Non NET/GATE qualified) will
Interested candidates may send a softcopy of the duly filled form to Principal
Investigator: Dr T. Kubendran, Scientist C, Zoological Survey of India, High
Altitude Regional Centre, Saproon, Solan, Himachal Pradesh. Efirstname.lastname@example.org
Venue for Interview: Interview will be held on June 19 th, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Zoological Survey of India, High Altitude Regional Centre, Solan, Himachal Pradesh.
Candidates should bring the duly filled-in application with self-attested true copies of
testimonials of qualifications, experience, date of birth etc. along with copies of mark
sheets of all examinations. All original documents should be produced at the time of
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The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally rich life of the erstwhile British Indian Empire .The survey has its genesis in the establishment of the Zoological Section of the Indian Museum at Calcutta in 1875. By gradually strengthening its staff and expanding its research programme, the Survey has met the challenge of the past and is on its way to meet the demands of the future. It has maintained its primary objectives unchanged from its inception.