Post Date: 14th September 2018
College Name: Presidency University
About College : Presidency University has a unique place in history. It was one of the first institutes of Western-type higher education in Asia. In 1817, a group of enlightened Indians and Englishmen set up the Hindoo College.This was taken over the British Government in 1855 as the College of the Bengal Presidency, and placed in 1857 under the newly founded Calcutta University.
Job Title: Project Assistant
Project titled: ‘Benthic-pelagic linking: An approach to delineate economically important macrobenthic population of Sundarbans Estuarine System’
Department : Life Sciences (Erstwhile Zoology section)
Sponsor: MoES sponsored Research Project
Qualification: First class M.Sc. Degree or equivalent in Zoology/Marine Sciences/Marine Biology from recognized university.
- Candidate should completed their PG in relevant discipline with first class
- Applicants having a valid rank in CSIR/UGC¬NET JRF/LS Examination and/or at least 1 year research experience in Marine Biology related work will be given preference
- Commitment towards work
- Have a good Publication record
Duration: Appointment will be for 17 months and 23 days, and subjected to annual review for further extension that will be granted based on the research progress and accomplishments and / or availability of fund from the funding agency.
Job Location: Kolkata, West Bengal
Scale of Pay: Rs.16400 per month (Basic 14000 +HRA (15%) 2100+ MA 300)
Apply Mode :Email/Walk in
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How To Apply: Interested candidates may send their CV along with cover letter to following address with in 17th September 2018
Date of interview: 18.09.2018 at 3 p.m.
Place of interview: Department of Life Sciences (Erstwhile Zoology Section, 2nd Floor, Bakers Building), Presidency University (Erstwhile Presidency College), 86/1, College Street, Kolkata-700073, India.
Time of interview: 3 p.m. The candidates are requested to reach the venue by 02.30 p.m.
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