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Junior Project Fellow/Research Associate Entomology

Dr Yashwant Singh Parmar University
Posted on 07 Sep 18
Job DescriptionLast Date 06 Nov 18

Junior Project Fellow/Research Associate Entomology  job Position in Dr Yashwant Singh Parmar University

Junior Project Fellow/03 Post

Title : Establishment of functional food R&D centre and dissemination of the developed technology for the livelihood, nutritional security and entrepreneurship of the farm women of Himachal Pradesh (NMH-006-05) Deptt. of Food Science and Technology

Qualification : M. Sc. in 1. . Postharvest Technology 2.Fruit and Vegetable Preservation 3.Food Technology 4.Food Science and Technology 5. Food Science and Nutrition 6.Foods and Nutrition 7.Fruit Science 8. Biochemistry 9.Microbiology

Emoluments : Rs.16000 per month

Research Associate/01 Post

Title : Monitoring of pesticide residues at national level (MPRNL) HGI-118-07

Qualification : Ph.D in Entomology.

Emoluments : Rs.40000

SRF/01 Post

Title : Strength of Botanical Garden through ex-situ conservation of rare, endangered, threatened, endemic and economic plant resources of North Western Himalayan Region at Dr Y S Parmar of Horticulture and Forestry (creation of unique biodiversity garden in North India) (FGI-093-22) Deptt. of Forest Products

Qualification :  MSc in Forestry, Horticulture, Agriculture, Botany, Allied Science

Emoluments : Rs.28000 per month

Fee : Rs.250/- for General Category and Rs.63/- for reserved category

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Company Description
Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry has earned a unique distinction not only in the country but also in whole of   Asia to impart teaching,  research  and extension  education in horticulture, forestry and  allied disciplines with  Himalayan perspective. Its milestones in teaching,  research  and  extension education have strengthened  the path  of  sustainable development of  horticulture and  forestry in  Himachal Pradesh and have further presented a model of prosperity for  eco-conscious development before Indian Himalayan states and entire region of Hindu Kush Himalayas.