Botanical Survey of India Recruitment 2017 – Junior Project & Post Doctoral Fellow Posts: Current Recruitment Notification From Botanical Survey of India has inform 29 vacant seats for Junior Project Fellow & Post Doctoral Fellow vacancies available. If you have a dream of join Botanical Survey of India. You can apply in prescribed format on or before 13/01/2017. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Botanical Survey of India Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 29
Name of the Posts:
1. Junior Project Fellow: 20 Seats
2. Post Doctoral Fellow: 09 Seats
Candidates Age Limit:
For S.No-1: Age should be 25 years for General Male candidates, 30 years for General Female candidates.
For S.No-2: 35 years for Male candidates, 40 years for Female candidates as on the date of advertisement.
For S.No-1: Minimum 2 nd class Masters degree in Botany of Plant Sciences awarded by a UGC recognized university.
For S.No-2: Doctorate or equivalent degree with outstanding track record and proven leadership qualities in the area of taxonomic research with relevant experience.
Process of Selection:
For S.No-1: Applied candidates selection will be based on written test/ interview.
Fees Of Application Form:
For S.No-1: Pay Rs. 400/- (Rs.200/- for OBC, Rs.100/- for SC/ ST/ PH applicants) account payee Bank demand draft drawn in favour of ‘Accounts Officer, PAO (BSI/ ZSI), Kolkata’.
For S.No-2: Pay Rs. 500/- account payee Bank demand draft drawn in favour of ‘Accounts Officer, PAO (BSI/ ZSI), Kolkata’.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates send their application in prescribed format by affixing a recent passport size photograph along with self attested photocopies of all relevant certificates as mentioned in the notification, envelope should be superscribed with ‘APPLICATION FOR JPF’ for S.No-1 & ‘APPLICATION FOR PDF’ for S.No-2 by speed post to the concerned address on or before 13/01/2017.
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 13/01/2017.
The Botanical Survey of India (BSI) was established in 1890 with the objectives of exploring the plant resources of the country and identifying plant species with economic virtue. In 1954, the Government reorganised the BSI with the objectives of (1) undertaking intensive floristic surveys and collecting accurate and detailed information on the occurrence, distribution, ecology and economic utility of plants in the country; (2) collecting, identifying and distributing materials that may be of use to educational and research institutions; and (3) acting as the custodian of authentic collections in well planned herbaria and documenting plant resources in the form of local, district, state and national flora