Applications are invited for appointment on following project based purely temporary post.
Company Name: G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development.
Junior Research/Project Fellow
Project Name: Indicators of climate change in the context of Himalayan forest ecosystems along an environmental gradient.
Qualification: First class Masters Degree in Botany, Forestry, Environmental Sciences in addition to above P.G. Diploma in RS/GIS OR First Class Masters in RS & GIS.Preference will be given to candidates having experience on Himalayan forests/vegetation.
Pay: 12,000 – 16,000/-
Age: 28 Yrs.
Project Name: Status assessment of Endemic, Threatened and High value medicinal plants of Cold Desert Areas in Indian Himalayan Region .
For JRF: Masters Degree in Botany / Plant Sciences with minimum 55% marks and NET qualified conducted by CSIR
For SRF: Masters Degree (minimum 60% marks) in Botany/ Plant Sciences with specialization in Plant taxonomy/ Ecology and at least two years of Post- M.Sc. research experience as evidenced from published papers in standard refereed journals.
For RA: Doctorate degree or equivalent in Botany/ Plant sciences with consistently good academic record along with publications.
JRF 28 years
SRF 32 years
RA 35 years.
How To Apply: Desirous candidates fulfilling required qualification and experience are encouraged to attend Walk-In-Interview at this Institute on 23.01.2013 at 10.30 a.m. and may send an advance copy of their application to Administrative Officer, G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development, Kosi-Katarmal, Almora (Uttarakhand) (e-mail: email@example.com) giving complete personal details, qualification, experience, publications etc. Candidates are required to bring along all original certificates, testimonials, and publications etc. along with one Xerox set of all the certificates. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview. If required, the interview may continue on the next day and the candidates may have to stay at their own expense.
Last Date: 23-01-2013
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