Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology Recruitment
Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology, Palampur, is inviting appilications from eligible candidates for vacancies of Project Fellow (MSc).
Qualification: MSc in Biotechnology/Botany or equivalent in plant sciences.Candidates having experience in plant tissue culture and bamboo micro propagation will be preferred.
Pay Scale: Rs 31,000p.m.+ HRA
Age Limit: 28 years.
How to apply: Online. All interested candidates shall have to filled in application form (as per the format annexed) and send in pdf form through E-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org and need not to attach any other documents.
Selection process: All applications will be scrutinised by the duly constituted Screening Committee and all the recommended candidates will be interviewed over Video Conferencing.
Deadline: September 30, 2020
Guru Nanak Dev University
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar has invited applications from eligible candidates for the Post of Senior Consultant as Incubation Manager in Golden Jubilee Centre for Entrepreneurship & Innovation under RUSA 2.0.
Qualification: First Class Post Graduate degree in Business Administration or related field from any recognised University of India.
(ii) Ph.D. in Business Administration or related areas.
(iii) Experience in conducting training sessions, project feasibility studies etc. Minimum three years experience in academic and administrative responsibilities.
Pay Scale: Rs 60,000 per month (consolidated)
How to apply: Online Amritsar. Online registration process will start on 07.09.2020 and close on 21.09.2020. For interview schedule and further details visit www.gndu.ac.in.
Date & Time of Interview : 23.09.2020 12.00 Noon at Office of Dean Academic Affairs, Guru Nanak Dev University,Amritsar
Deadline: September 21, 2020
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