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Central Tobacco Research Institute Jobs 2016– Young Professional Posts: ICAR – Central Tobacco Research Institute, Krishi Vigyan Kendra has informed 04 vacant seats for Young Professional-II on the contractual basis. Do you have a dream of getting joined Central Tobacco Research may attend on 21/10/2016 at 10:30 AM. Other details are mention below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Central Tobacco Research Institute Vacant seat Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 04
Name of the Posts: Young Professional-II
AT ICAR-CTRI-KVK, Kakavacharla
2. Social Science
AT ICAR-CTRI-KVK, Kandukur (Prakasam Dist)
3. Veterinary Science
4. Agricultural Science
21 to 45 years as on date of Advt.
Master Degree in Agricultural Science with Specialization in Agronomy/ Soil Science or Graduation in Veterinary Science/ Post Graduation in Animal Science or Post Graduation in Agricultural Science.
The process of Selection:
Applied candidates Selection will be based on written test &/ or interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may walk in along with biodata duly affixing the latest passport size photograph, original & one set of photostat copies of certificates of educational qualifications, experience certificates etc on 21/10/2016 at 10:30 AM.
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 21/10/2016 at 10:30 AM.
Candidates Reporting Time: before 10:30 AM.
Job Location: Andhra Pradesh 533105
ICAR-Central Tobacco Research Institute, Dr. N.C. Gopalachari Road, Bhaskar Nagar, Rajamundary 533105 (AP).
About Us – The Tobacco Institute, Inc. was a United States tobacco industry trade group, founded in 1958 by the American tobacco industry.:251 It was dissolved in 1998 as part of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.The Tobacco Institute was founded in 1958 as a trade association by cigarette manufacturers, who funded it proportionally to each company’s sales. It was initially to supplement the work of the Tobacco Industry Research Committee (TIRC), which later became the Council for Tobacco Research. The TIRC work had been limited to attacking scientific studies that put tobacco in a bad light, and the Tobacco Institute had a broader mission to put out good news about tobacco, especially economic news. It also attacked scientific studies, although more by casting doubt on them rather than by rebutting them directly. It also lobbied Congress, although initially at a low level.:211,466 Robert Hockett (first scientific director of Sugar Research Foundation, a sugar-equivalent of TIRC) became TIRCs associate scientific director.