University of Hyderabad Jobs 2017 – JRF/ SRF/ RA, India

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University of Hyderabad Jobs 2017 – JRF/ SRF/ RA, India

University of Hyderabad (UoH), is an Indian Public Research University located in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It is one of the major institutions of higher education in India is largely devoted to postgraduate studies and is widely known for its excellence in research and for its distinguished faculty. The large campus located near Gachibowli, which is the IT hub of Hyderabad, has immense bio-diversity and is home to over 75 varieties of bird, not to speak of the lakes and rock formations which give the campus a natural beauty.

University of Hyderabad – School of Life Sciences, Department of Animal Biology has invited applications for the temporary position of JRF / SRF / RA to work under a research project entitled “Role of non-coding small RNAs (sRNA) in the regulation of carbon catabolic pathways in E.coil: Investigations into regulations of sRNA, seco10054A expression and its interaction with lipoamide dehydrogenase (Lpd) mRNA”, sponsored by CSIR, NewDelhi.

Job Title: JRF / SRF / RA

Job Location: Hyderabad

Educational Qualification:

JRF: M.Sc. in any branch of Life Sciences with NET.

SRF: M.Sc. in any branch of Life Sciences with NET and two years research experience.

RA: Ph.D. in any area of Biology with experience in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics, Analysis of NGS data, Comparative Genomics is highly desirable.

Salary: Rs.12,000/- or 14,000/- or 36,000/-

How to Apply: Interested eligible candidates may send the application accompanied by attested copies of certificates in support of all information furnished to the below address on or before 18 December 2017.

Address:journalban

Prof. S. Dayananda,

Room No. S-40,

Department of Animal Biology,

School of Life Sciences,

University of Hyderabad,

Hyderabad – 500046.

Important Dates

Start Date: 6th December 2017

End Date: 18th December 2017

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