14 Scientist B positions at INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TOXICOLOGY RESEARCH (IITR-CSIR), India: A Unique opportunity for research careers as a scientist in Science & Technology at the CSIR- Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (CSIR-IITR).

IITR-CSIR  a premier institute working under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). It conducts multidisciplinary R&D programs of both basic and applied research across different scientific disciplines for economic, environmental and of societal benefits for the society.

CSIR-IITR is involved in the following areas:

  • Environmental Toxicology;
  • Food,
  • Chemical
  • Drug Toxicology;
  • Systems Toxicology and Health Risk Assessment;
  • Nanotherapeutics and Nanomaterial Toxicology
  • Regulatory Toxicology;

CSIR-IITR has two main campuses;

  1. One campus is located at centre of Lucknow City
  2. Other campus is at a distance of 20 km from the main campus, approx.

Applications are invited for the following scientific positions from young Indian researchers having excellent academic background and proven scientific achievements accompanied with requisite experience in the above mentioned areas.

Total no. of positions: 14

The details of the vacant positions and the emoluments as well as age limit requirements as per norms are given below:

Designation No. of Postitions Total
Emoluments (approx)
Age Limit
Scientist 12

(SC -1, ST-1,
OBC-3 , UR-7)

Rs. 67745/- 32 years.
Senior
Scientist
 

 

Rs. 77663/- 37 years.
Principal
Scientist
02 (UR) Rs. 117337/- 45 years.
Senior

Principal

Scientist

 

 

Rs. 124507/- 50 years.

Address :

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TOXICOLOGY RESEARCH

Vishvigyan Bhavan, 31, Mahatma Gandhi Marg ,

P.O. Box No. 80
Lucknow – 226 001, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Deadline: 05.05.2016

How to Apply: click here

 

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