NRRI Recruitment 2016 — Senior Research Fellow Posts
Current Recruitment Notification From National Rice Research Institute (NRRI) 2016-17 | 04 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
NRRI Recruitment 2016 – Senior Research Fellow Posts: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, National Rice Research Institute (NRRI) has inform 04 vacant seats for Senior Research Fellow for two different projects on temporary basis. If you have a dream of join NRRI. You can attend for interview on 15 & 16/11/2016 at 10.30 AM. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidate:
NRRI Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 04
Name of the Post: Senior Research Fellow
18 to 35 years for men, 40 years for Women as on 01/07/2016.
Age relaxation is applicable as per Govt. rules.
1st Class M.Sc.Ag (Breeding/ Genetics/ Pathology/ Biotechnology/ Bioinformatics.) or M.Tech in Biotechnology or Ph. D. in Plant Breeding/ Genetics/ Biotechnology/ Bio chemistry/ Botany/ Life Science or P.G. in basic sciences (Biotechnology/ Life Science/ Biochemistry/ Bioinformatics/ Botany /Physiology), P.G.In professional sciences (MCA, M.
Tech) with adequate experience.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on written cum personal interview.
Refer the notification for post wise details.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend the interview along with one copy of their bio-data along with Xerox copy of all the certificates, mark sheets, experience certificates affixing recent photograph thereon together with original copies of educational certificate/ mark sheet/ experience certificates to the venue on or before 15 & 16/11/2016 at 10.30 AM.
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 15 & 16/11/2016 at 10.30 AM.
Job Location: Odisha
About Us – Micronutrient balance in soils is important in nutrient use efficiency, environment quality protection, and the sustainability of agro-ecological system. The deficiency or excess of micronutrients, such as Fe, Zn, Mn and Cu, in the plough layer may cause reduction in crop yield and/or quality. Therefore, it is essential to maintain soil micronutrients in appropriate levels, not only satisfying plant needs but also preventing any potential build-up of certain nutrients in order to sustain agricultural production. A long term fertilizer experiment started in 1969 is being carried out at Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, Odisha, India. In this experiment, a study was conducted to analyze the balance of micronutrients and their interrelationship