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JNTBGRI Conservation Biology Jr. Project Fellow Jobs

Job Title: Junior Project Fellow (01 post) – (Conservation Biology)

Name of Project: ‘Conservation of Vulnerable sandalwood (Santa/um album L.) through propagation and reintroduction’

Age: 36 yrs (as on 1st January 2019)

Monthly Fellowship: Rs. 22,000/-

Essential Qualifications: MSc Botany /Plant Sciences First class with NET/GATE or pass in National Level Examinations conducted by Central Government Agencies. In the absence of NET/GATE qualified Students, candidates that Have qualified for Registering PhD may also Be considered and the fellowship will be Disbursed according to the Institute policy.

Desired Qualifications: Experience in forest field work, seed studies, raising and maintaining seedlings, nursery techniques.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates may appear for walk-in-interview on 17th October 2019 at 10AM in JNTBGRI, Palode.

Terms & Conditions:

  1. The posts are temporary and for three years.
  2. Candidates have to submit self-attested copies of all of the Certificates in support of the claims concerning age, educational qualifications, scheduled caste/scheduled tribe/OBC etc.. The original certificates shall be produced for verification prior to the interview.
  3. Candidates must bring a copy of MSc dissertation and comprehensive bio-data affixing a current passport size photo.
  4. The candidates attending the interview need to make sure that they meet all of the eligibility conditions
  5. No TA/DA will be paid to attend the interview

Walk-In Details:

  • Interview Date, Time & Venue: 17th October 2019 at 10AM in JNTBGRI,




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