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18 Junior Project & Research Fellow,Assistant Vacancy – HFRI,Himachal Pradesh

           

Last Date:20 Sep,2019
Himalayan Forest Research Institute (HFRI)
Himachal Pradesh

Candidates are invited to Walk-In-Interview for 18 posts of Junior Project Fellow, Junior Research Fellow and Project Assistant in Himalayan Forest Research Institute (HFRI) to be held on 20-09-2019 (09 AM).The positions are purely temporary and co-terminus with the project.Aspirants meet the eligibility criteria, appear in Walk-In-Interview along with requisite documents at the given Venue.Candidate without provisional certificate will not be eligible for Walk-in-Interview.

JOB DETAILS:
Name of the post – Junior Project & Research Fellow,Assistant
No of post – 18
Pay Scale – Rs 16000,Rs 10000

Education Qualification:
B.Sc,M.Sc with/ without NET

General Instruction:

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  • Applications, as per the details given below are invited for filling up of temporary positions of Junior Research Fellows (02); Junior Project Fellows (05); and Project Assistants (11) under Plan and Externally Aided Projects, being executed by various research divisions of the institute. The positions to be filled up will be purely on temporary basis co-terminus with the projects. The temporary engagements are only project related, and will in no way confer any entitlement for claiming a permanent post/appointment in the Institute.
  • The initial appointments will be for one year in case of Projects at SI. No. 1 to 5 and the period will be extended further subject to the performance of the candidate under the respective project. In the case of project at SI. No. 6 and 7, the appointment will be up to July, 2020 and Mar, 2020 respectively or completion of project.
  • Proficiency of the candidate in computer application especially MS Word, Excel, Power Point etc, may be of added benefit to the candidate.
  • Candidate should be medically fit to work in different areas of the state including high altitude zones.
  • All the interested candidates and having required/ essential educational qualification may attend walk-in-interview on 20th September. 2019 starting at 10.30 AM in the Video Conferencing (VC) Room of the institute. The registration of the candidates will start 9.30 AM and thereafter no application will be accepted. Candidates are to deposit their C.V. (giving details of Name, Date of birth, Father’s Name, Permanent & Current Address, Educational qualification from High School/ Higher Secondary onwards with the name of Institution, Year of Passing, Marks obtained, Medium of study and field experience, with one passport size colour photograph affixed on it). They are also requested to attach self-attested photocopies of all the testimonials along with the application. The original mark-sheets, certificates, experience certificates etc are also required to be brought along with for verification on the day of interview.
  • Applications for each of the position are to be submitted separately otherwise their candidature is liable to be rejected.
  • Age in case of JRF should not exceed 28 years as on 01St June of the year. Further relaxation of 5 years in age to SC/ST/OBC/ Woman & physically handicapped candidates will be given as per approved rules.
  • NO TA/DA WILL BE PAID TO THE CANDIDATES FOR ATTENDING THE INTERVIEW.

About Us:

  • The Himalayan Forest Research Institute caters to the forestry research needs of the region comprising of the states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. These states are located in western Himalayas between 30.22′ 40″ to 37.05′ North latitude and 73.26′ to 80.30′ East longitude. The elevation of the region varies from less than 300 meters above MSL along Punjab plains to more than 8,000 meters above MSL in the inner Himalayan zone in Ladakh. The vegetation is, however, present only upto permanent snowline at an altitude of about 4,500 meters above MSL. Recordings of stray occurrence of plants at altitudes higher than permanent snow line are also available. Total geographical area of the region is 2,77,908 km2 (H.P.: 55,673 km2 and J&K: 2,22,235 km2).
  • Increasing population pressure and the increasing associated needs have put the forests under high stress. The habitats for various species are not only being degraded but are also being fragmented and lost. Over exploitation of forests resources coupled with other biotic pressures on the forests generally result in failure of natural regeneration of various species. Failure of satisfactory natural regeneration of Silver Fir and Spruce forests in western Himalayas – the species extensively used in the past for making packing cases for horticulture crops – has been a cause of great concern to both the foresters and the users alike.
  • Himalayan Forest Research Institute (HFRI), Shimla, Himachal Pradesh was established as High Level Conifer Regeneration Research Centre during May, 1977 for carrying out research on problem associated with natural regeneration of Silver Fir and Spruce. The institute made its humble beginning by starting functioning from a single room in “Kennedy House” and later with the increased research activities of this centre, an independent building “Press Villa” near U.S. club was allotted to it during 1978.
  • At the time of reorganization forestry research in ICFRE during 1998 Govt. of India appreciated the problems of Temperate Eco-system and decided to develop this centre in to a full-fledged research institute. The mandate of this centre has also been enlarged to cater to forestry research, needs pertaining to eco-rehabilitation of Cold Deserts of mined areas and regeneration of Coniferous and broad-leaved forests, besides activities on management practices including insect-pests management in temperate forests and in alpine areas too. Popularization of agroforestry and other related extension activities has also included in its mandate. This centre has now been re-designated as Himalayan Forest Research Institute, Shimla w.e.f. 8th September, 1998 and is a regional research institute of ICFRE with an area of responsibilities extending to the states of Himachal Pradesh & Jammu and Kashmir.
  • The Mandate of the Institute is to cater the forestry research, needs pertaining to eco-restoration of cold deserts & mined areas and regeneration of coniferous & broad-leaved forests, besides activities on management practices in temperate forests, and in alpine areas too. Popularization of agroforestry and other related extension activities has been included in its mandate. .
  • The Institute also has the national mandate of Eco-restoration od cold deserts and study of regeneration problems of conifer species and has been declared as “Centre of Advance Studies for Cold Desert Afforestation and Alpine Pasture Management “.
  • The Himalayan Forest Research Institute caters to the forestry research needs of the region comprising of the states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. These states are located in western Himalayas between 30.22′ 40″ to 37.05′ North latitude and 73.26′ to 80.30′ East longitude. The elevation of the region varies from less than 300 meters above MSL along Punjab plains to more than 8,000 meters above MSL in the inner Himalayan zone in Ladakh. The vegetation is, however, present only upto permanent snowline at an altitude of about 4,500 meters above MSL. Recordings of stray occurrence of plants at altitudes higher than permanent snow line are also available. Total geographical area of the region is 2,77,908 km2 (H.P.: 55,673 km2 and J&K: 2,22,235 km2).

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