Advertisement for the post of JRF :- Department of Botany
May 17, 2018
Application in plain paper are invited from eligible candidates for (one) post of JRF in a Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India sponsored research project.
Title of the Project: “Quantifying the total ecosystem level carbon sequestration potential of different forest ecosystems along an elevational gradient in Uttarakhand, Western Himalaya in different climate scenarios”.
Eligibility: Candidates with M.Sc. in Botany/Life Sciences/Environmental Sciences and other allied subjects with a minimum 55% marks and having NET qualifications as required by SERB can apply. M.Sc. Result awaited candidates (2018) having NET qualifications can also apply. Candidates clearing their Master’s degree not earlier than 2015 would be given preference. Candidates having experience in conducting ecological experiments and willing to work in various terrains of Uttarakhand would be given preference. The study would involve extensive field visits and stay.
Duration of Project: 3 years.
Fellowship: As per revised DST norms for JRF/SRF emoluments.
Interested candidates may send their application with complete bio-data and self-attested copies of relevant documents by post to the undersigned OR can email to email@example.com. Candidates may also refer to the advertisement published in the national daily, “The Statesman” on the 18th May, 2018. Applications must reach the undersigned by 7th June, 2018 or within 21 days of advertisement in “The Statesman”. Short-listed candidates would be called for interview in the Department of Botany, University of Delhi. All original certificates should be brought for verification at the time of interview.
2. No TA/DA will be provided to candidates for attending the interview.
NOTE: This is a project vacancy for a period of 3 years and not an employment by the University of Delhi.
Dr. Ratul Baishya Principal Investigator Department of Botany University of Delhi Delhi - 110007