Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute Is Looking For Senior Research Fellow Last Date 18-11-20

About Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute:

The National Biodiversity Authority (NBA) was established in the year 2003, it`s an autonomous body function for Government of India on issues of Conservation, Sustainable use of Biological Resources & use of its Components and equitable sharing of benefits arising out of utilization of biological resources.


Vacancy Details: 

Post Name: Senior Research Fellow
No of Posts: 02
Age Limit :  
For  Men   :  35 Years
For Women  :  40 Years
Pay scale : 25000/- Per Month
Educational Qualification: 
M.F.Sc. or M.Sc. in Fisheries Resource Management/ Aquaculture/Aquatic Environment Management with 4 years Bachelor’s degree or M.Sc Zoology with specialization in Fish & Fisheries Science with 3 years Bachelors Degree, 2 years research experience and NET qualified on the date of interview OR Ph.D. in Fisheries Resource Management/ Aquaculture/Zoology with Fisheries specialization point. Desirable: Hands-on training in one or more of the following fields, Aquaculture, Fish Biology, Fish Physiology. Fisheries Resource Management. Working knowledge of Computer applications, Data analysis, Handling statistical software are all with supporting evidence. Good English Language.
Important Dates:
Last Date –   18-11-2017
How to Apply:
Candidates should bring an application for the position applied for, addressed to the Director, ICAR-CIFRI, Barrackpore, attached with detailed bio-data, affixed with recent passport size photograph of the candidate and copies of certificates in support of age, qualifications, experience, testimonials and other credentials, duly self-attested along with Originals of all certificates/ testimonials for verification. Candidates who are already working/ or in similar positions should produce no objection certificate obtained from their employer/ supervisor at the time of interview. The selected candidates will be stationed either at Barrackpore or at project sites as required from time to time and will have to conduct extensive fieldwork involving frequent travel, laboratory works, and survey of fish landing centers and extensive boating for sample collection.
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