Junior Research Fellow, Jobs & Vacancy in Research at Zoological Survey of India, Patna Jul 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited for the post of JRF (1no), purely on temporary basis, in a DST, SERB, Govt. of India, New Delhi funded research project on ‘Taxonomic Revision of Indian Pyralinae (Pyralidae: Lepidoptera)’ for a period of three years or co terminus with the project.
Junior Research Fellow (JRF)
Qualification: Good academic record with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade in M.Sc in Zoology with specialization in Entomology. Preference will be given to NET qualified candidates.
Emoluments (Net qualified candidates): Rs 16000/- (first year), 16000 /- (second year), 18000 (third year) per month + 20% HRA+ Medical benefits
How To Apply : Application with complete bio-data should reach to the Officer-incharge, Zoological Survey of India, Gangetic Plains Regional Centre, Road no 11-D, Rajendra Nagar, Patna 800 016, Bihar.public sector recruitment
1. The publications of the Survey are widely circulated and have excellent reputation throughout the world. These publications are the main media for dissemination of the results of zoological researches conducted by the Survey as well as outside zoologists on Indian Zoology and a number of valuable papers have already appeared under the aegis of ZSI publications. The Department brings out regularly a number of Journals incorporating research results.
Tentative Last Date:14-08-2012
About the organization:
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.Initially, the Survey acquired the Zoological collections of more than a century old from former Museum (1814 -1875) of the Asiatic Society of Bengal and Zoological Section of the Indian Museum(1875-1916) in Calcutta. With the increasing interest in the life sciences and with the advent of country´s Five Year Plans, the expansion programme of the survey was initiated. The Survey has established so far 16 Regional and Field Stations, and has developed into a major National Institution.
Zoological Survey of India
Gangetic Plains Regional Centre
Road No 11-D, Rajender Nagar, Patna-16, Bihar
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