NII Recruitment 2017: Junior Research Fellow /Senior Research Fellow (Project) (04 Vacancies)
National Institute of Immunology (NII) has announced advertisement for Junior Research Fellow /Senior Research Fellow (Project).
No of Vacancies: 04
Posts Name: Junior Research Fellow /Senior Research Fellow (Project)
Required Age limit: As per rules
Junior Research Fellow: Candidates should possess M.Sc or equivalent degree in the Biological Sciences.
Senior Research Fellow: Candidates should possess M.Sc/M.Tech in Life sciences with two years of research experience.
Junior Research Fellow: Rs. 25,000/- consolidated p.m. plus 30% HRA
Senior Research Fellow: Rs. 28,000/- consolidated p.m. plus 30% HRA
Mode of Selection: Would depend on Interview.
The process to Apply: Applicants may send their complete C.V., e-mail id, fax numbers, telephone numbers through email to Dr. Anil K. Suri Staff Scientist-VII email@example.com.
- Last Date to Apply: 10-March-2017
Link Details of Advertisement and Application Form: Getting more information on official recruitment notification, be sure to check this website http://www1.nii.res.in/sites/default/files/projectappointments-Dr.AKSuri-10march2017.pdf
About National Institute of Immunology:
The National Institute of Immunology (NII) was established on 24 June 1994 having Prof. M.G.K. Menon as the respected chairman of the operating body. The NII is a sovereign analytical institute situated in New Delhi operating under the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), committed to make research works in the field of immunology and allied science.
The National Institute of Immunology is subjected to proposed research with a vision to apprehend body’s barricade mechanisms for progressing modalities of immune system manipulation which can intercede with malady processes. The researches of the institute propel sections under immunology and associated disciplines clump in four themes.
The National Institute of Immunology also practices research works on drug and vaccine production. All the research works are aimed on development of novel immunogens, anticancer proxy remedial inhibitors in opposition to pathogens of public health gravity.
The mission of the National Institute of Immunology is to start on with segregated research on mortal disease biology, where typical questions of sensitivity to and expansion of diseases in field situations are expected to be inscribed through systematic approaches. Such research attempts will generate a globally competitive cerebral knowledge base as a sustainable root of unique futuristic modalities of possible utilization in health care.
Over the past three decades, the National Institute of Immunology has organized itself as a chief research centre on the grounds of modern biology. A dynamic section of researches has been designed and fostered in the institute. The directors are committed to manage high quality research works in fundamental and applied immunology to get protection against diseases.