Last Date:17 Aug,2019
Indian Institute of Horticultural Research (IIHR)
IIHR will Conduct a Walk-In-Interview for eligible and intersted candidates for 18the positions of Senior Research Fellow, Field Assistant and Various on contractual basis in the concerned project.Candidates must come to this Walk-In-Interview along with the application form, Bio data, all original certificates of age, caste, quaification etc. Walk-In-Interview will be conducted on 17-08-2019 (08 AM) at the given venue.
Name of the post – Senior Research Fellow, Field Assistant and Various
No of post – 18
Pay Scale – Rs 25000,Rs 31000,Rs 15000
B.Sc. /M.Sc. (Agri.) Soil Science/ Agronomy/ Horticulture M.Sc. (Hort.) Soil Science/ Agronomy/ Marketing/ MBA Agriculture.
General Information:delhi sarkari naukri
- Crucial date for determining the age limit shall be the closing date for receipt of applications from candidates.
- (Relaxable in the case of SC/ST, OBC and other exempted categories of candidates to the extent permissible under Rules.
- On selection He /She has to deposit an equivalent sum of the value of one month remuneration as “refundable caution deposit”.
- Candidates already pursuing PhD, need not apply for the posts advertised.
- The period and duration of the scheme is tentative and the same may undergo change.
- The above position is purely on temporary basis and co-terminus with the project. The ICAR/IIHR will have no liabilities, whatsoever for their absorption at this Institute.
- Separate application should be submitted for each post. No two applications should be tied together. Applications not in prescribed proforma, incomplete application forms, unsigned applications, applications without project name,Name of the Principal Scientist / Principal Investigator or Co-PI and ONLINE applications are liable to be rejected.
- The application form complete in all respects along with duly supported attested copies of educational/technical qualifications, experience certificate etc. should reach the concerned PS/ PI/Co-PI, Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Hessaraghatta Lake Post, Bengaluru-560 089 – within the due date.
- Applications received after the due date for whatsoever the reason including postal delays will not be entertained.
- Candidates have to bring all the educational/technical qualifications, Certificates/ Date of Birth/Caste Certificate/experience Certificate in original and two recent passport size photographs along with them for verification. Candidates without educational qualification Certificates in original or provisional will not be allowed to
- No TA/DA is permissible. Research Fellows/SRFs/JRFs who have earlier worked in the ICAR schemes/projects will be given preference for appointment over fresh candidates subject to their suitability and good conduct.
- In service RA/ SRF / JRF & other contractual staff presently engaged under various schemes / Project at this Institute must obtain “No Objection Certificate” from the concerned PI of the scheme.
- The Director, IIHR reserves the right either to fill up all the posts or any of them without assigning any reasons thereof.
- The Institute spread its sphere of Research activities to the length and breadth of the Nation by establishing its experimental stations at Lucknow, Nagpur, Ranchi, Godhra, Chettalli and Gonikopal. Over the years these experiment stations have grown in size and today they stand as independent institutes, however, retaining the Chettalli and Gonicoppal under its fold. As of now, the IIHR has its main research station at Hessaraghatta, Bengaluru with 263 ha of land and Regional experiment stations at Bhuvaneshwar in Orissa and Chettalli in Karnataka with two Krishi Vigyan Kendras both located in Karnataka state at Gonikopal in Kodagu and Hirehalli in Tumkur districts. Apart from this the Project Coordinating Cell of the All India Coordinated Research Project on Tropical Fruits is also located at the institute at Bengaluru.
- The physical growth of the Institute could be viewed in two phases. The first phase is from 1970 to 1990, wherein emphases were laid on land development and buildings. During this phase the area for carrying out research and the area for laboratory buildings, supporting buildings and other essential office buildings was earmarked. Accordingly, the entire arable land was divided into well defined nine blocks for carrying out research and independent buildings for various divisions and departments with laboratories were built.
- The second phase of the physical growth was after 1990 during which emphases was laid on creating ultra modern world class, infrastructure facilities in terms of equipments and structures. Currently the institute has well defined 11 divisions and four sections namely, The Division of Fruit Crops, Division of Vegetable Crops, Division of Ornamental Crops, Division of Post Harvest Technology, Division of Plant Pathology, Division of Entomology and Nematology, Division of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Division of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Division of Plant Genetic Resources, Division of Biotechnology and Division of Extension and Training and Sections of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Seed Science and Technology, Economics and Statistics and Agricultural Engineering with more than 65 purpose oriented laboratories having state of art equipments like electron microscope, ultra centrifuge, HPLC, GLC, LC counter etc., and infrastructures like a series of poly houses and net houses, growth chambers, mist chambers, cold storage facilities, gene bank, local area net work with video conferencing facilities, Seed processing and nursery units etc. Apart from this the institute houses an ultra modern library, a conference hall, auditorium, training hostel, Bank, Hospital, essential quarters and few other facilities.
- The Institute has also got an Agriculture Technology Information Centre (ATIC), which is a single window agency for dissemination of information and technologies developed by the Institute. All the technological products and popular publications developed by the Institute are sold to the farmers and interested public through the agricultural technology information centre.
- The main strength of the institute is excellent well trained human resources. Presently the Institute has a total strength of 619 staff with 150 Scientists 218 technical staff 92 Administrative staff and 159 supporting staff. The Institute is headed by the Director supported by various Heads of Divisions. The Director is also supported by the Senior Administrative Officer who is the Head of the office and also a Senior Finance and Accounts Officer to monitor Audit and Accounts. Dr M.R.Dinesh is the Director of the Institute.
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