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Research Associate/ Project Assistants Biotechnology

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Posted on 12 Apr 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 26 Apr 19

Research Associate/ Project Assistants Biotechnology 
job recruitment in CSIR – Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysuru

Project entitled
: “Sustainable and cost effective production of stable anthocyanin in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by synthetic biology approach” (GAP-0544)

Research Associate Level-I / 1Post

Qualification: First class in M.Tech. in Biotechnology/ Molecular Biology/Microbiology or Biochemistry with good academic records and with 2 years of research experience or Ph.D. awarded.

Desirable: Molecular techniques such as cloning transformation with proven records.

Pay Scale : Rs.36,000

Project Assistants Level-II /1 Post

Qualification: First class in M.Sc. in Biotechnology/Molecular Biology/Microbiology or Biochemistry with good academic records.

Desirable: Preferably with one year experience in Molecular biology techniques.

Pay Scale : Rs.25,000/- (Rupees Twenty Five Thousand only) consolidated per month.

Age: Candidates should not have exceeded 35 years of age for RA position and 30 years of age for PAII as on 26.04.2019

Job Type

Interview Type

Face to Face Interview

How to apply
Eligible candidates may send their application form and complete Bio-data with e-mail address/contact phone number along with attested copies of the necessary certificates in support of date of birth, caste, qualification/experience etc., as hard copy to Dr. Nandini P Shetty, Senior Scientist, Department of plant Cell Biotechnology, CSIR-CFTRI Mysuru–570 020, Karnataka ( on or before 26.04.2019. 
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Company Description
Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore (A constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific and Industrial research, New Delhi) came into existence during 1950 with the great vision of its founders, and a network of inspiring as well as dedicated scientists who had a fascination to pursue in-depth research and development in the areas of food science and technology.