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07 Technical Assistant, SRF and Various Vacancy – IIMR,Telangana


Last Date:10 Oct,2019
Indian Institute of Millets Research (IIMR)

All Eligible candidates may attend the Walk-In-Interview for 7 posts of Technical Assistant, SRF and Various on contractual basis in Indian Institute of Millets Research (IIMR), which will be conducted on 10-10-2019 (09 AM).Candidates will have to submit application form and all original certificates/ marks sheets at the time of interview.

Name of the post – Technical Assistant, SRF and Various
No of post – 07
Pay Scale – Rs 50000,Rs 15000,Rs 49000,Rs 20000

Education Qualification:
10th / Graduate/MBA/Ph.D./Master’s degree.

General Conditions:

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  • Eligible and interested candidates are invited for a walk-in-interview to be held at the campus of Indian Institute of Millets Research, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500030, on 10th October, 2019 (Thursday) at 9.30 A.M. for recruitment of the following positions as per the details given below. Venue: Conference Hall, Nutrihub, ICAR-IIMR.
  • The above posts are purely temporary and on contractual basis till expiry of the project.
  • The upper age limit of above position is up to 40 years for Men and 45 years for Women for RA and SRF and for 27 years for Technical Assistants as on the date of interview. The relaxation in upper age limit is five years for SC/ ST/ Women candidates and three years for OBC candidates as per rules.
  • The candidates have to produce his/ her original certificates along with a set of self-attested photo copies of all certificates and a recent passport size photo, and other documents such as experience and caste certificate at the time of interview forverification.
  • The selected candidates shall not claim for regular appointment/ absorption in IIMR or funding agency at the end of the project.
  • No TA/ DA will be paid for appearing in the walk-in-interview.
  • No TA/ DA will be paid for appearing in the walk-in-interview.
  • IIMR reserves the right to alter/ change/ cancel this advertisement/ recruitment without assigning any reason at any stage of recruitment process.
  • Above posts are purely temporary and on contractual basis till 31st March, 2020. However it is likely to be extended.
  • Candidates have to report the venue one hour prior to scheduled date and time.
  • Candidates have to produce an undertaking, stating that they are not enrolled in any other job or academic courses etc. (either full time or part time) for attending the interview.’
  • Professional tax & TDS may be deducted as per rules wherever applicable.
  • Please be watchful if any corrigendum issued on updates/ modifications on the subject. (www.millets.res.in/careers)
  • Bring the filled in application at the time of interview along with CV/Resume, Exp Certificates & original certificates for verification.

About Us:

  • The Indian Institute of Millets Research (IIMR), located at Rajendranagar (Hyderabad, Telangana, India) is an agricultural research institute engaged in basic and strategic research on sorghum and other millets. IIMR operates under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). It conducts agricultural research on Millets breeding, improvement, pathology and value addition. IIMR coordinates and facilitates sorghum research at national level through the All India Coordinated Research Projects on Sorghum (AICRP on Sorghum) and provides linkages with various national and international agencies.
  • It was founded in 1958 first established under the Project on Intensified Research on Cotton, Oilseeds and Millets (PIRCOM) and was engaged in research on important dryland crops such as sorghum, castor, groundnut, pigeon-pea and cotton as well as sorghum-based cropping systems. The institute paved way for agricultural research in India during that time.[3] The institute has now been upgraded as ICAR – Indian institute of Millets Research in 2014. The current Director is Vilas A. Tonapi.
  • Millets are ancient Super grains the reservoirs of nutrition for a better health. Millets (sorghum, pearl millet and small millets) are the important food and fodder crops in semi-arid regions, and are predominantly gaining more importance in a world that is increasingly becoming populous, malnourished and facing large climatic uncertainties. These crops are adapted to wide range of temperatures, moisture-regimes and input conditions supplying food and feed to millions of dryland farmers, particularly in the developing world. Besides they also form important raw material for potable alcohol and starch production in industrialized countries. Millets (great millet – Sorghum, pearl millet -Bajara, Finger millet – Ragi, Foxtail millet, Little millet, Proso millet, Barnyard millet and Kodo millet) are hardy and grow well in dry zones as rain-fed crops, under marginal conditions of soil fertility and moisture and are stable yielders.
  • Millets were indeed one of the oldest foods known to humans but they were discarded in favor of wheat and rice with urbanization and industrialization. Other millets that need we will also be focussing also are Brown top Millet, Teff, Fonio and Raishan- (Digitaria cruciata var.esculenta). With diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease running rampant, as gifts of newly acquired life-styles, millets have returned as a viable option to live healthy life without consuming loads of anti-diabetic and anti-hypertension medicines that are not only very expansive but also have serious side-effects in the long run. Indeed millets act as a prebiotic feeding micro-flora in our inner ecosystem. Millet will hydrate our colon to keep us from being constipated. The high levels of tryptophan in millet produce serotonin, which is calming to our moods. Magnesium in millet can help reduce the affects of migraines and heart attacks. Niacin (vitamin B3) in millet can help lower cholesterol. Millet consumption decreases Triglycerides and C-reactive protein, thereby preventing cardiovascular disease. All millet varieties show high antioxidant activity. Millet is gluten free and non allergenic.

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