Scientist-Frecruitment in National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB)
Essential Qualification for Direct
Recruits: Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences / Animal Sciences / Modern
biology / Life Sciences or equivalent from a recognized
University with 7 years of post Ph.D R&D experience in
the advertised area with original work as evidenced by
patents or publications in top ranked peer-reviewed
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Recruitment of Scientist
journals; strong potential for securing and sustaining
independent and collaborative extramural funding.
No.of Posts: 2 (Unreserved)
Level 13 A
Method of Recruitment deputation (ISTC)/Absorption failing which Direct
Upper Age Limit : Direct Recruits Not exceeding 50 years ( for direct recruitment)
After online submission, candidates should take a print out of the computer generated application
form, paste a recent passport sized photograph and sign on each page of the form & on the
This computer generated application form (print-out) duly accompanied by self-attested copies of
the certificates, mark sheets, testimonials in support of age, educational qualifications, experience,
1st page of each publications and caste certificate (if applicable) along with details of online payment
/ Demand Draft, if applicable, should be sent in an envelope super-scribing “APPLICATON FOR THE
POST OF_______________” and _______________ (SPECIFY SUBJECT AREA AS PER ADVERTISEMENT)
by post to The Senior Manager, National Institute of Animal Biotechnology, Survey no 37, Opp.
Journalist Colony, Extended Q City Road, Financial District, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana,
India – 500 032.
Date of commencement of online applications : 22- 06-2019
Last date for receipt of on-line applications : 22-07-2019 by 5 PM
Last date for receipt of printout of online applications : 29-07-2019
NIAB is aimed to harness novel and emerging biotechnologies and take up research in the cutting edge areas for improving animal productivity and health. The Institute’s focus of research will be on infectious diseases, breeding, reproduction and nutritional enrichment.