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JNTBGRI Thiruvananthapuram Recruitment 2017 - Apply for 46 JPF,Project Assistant, & Other Posts

Job notification in Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden & Research Institute (JNTBGRI), Thiruvananthapuram has released notification for the recruitment of 46 JPF, Project Assistant, Computer Assistant, System Administrator posts on temporary basis. Eligible candidates may attend walk in on 22-08-2017 to 24-08-2017.

Total No. of Posts: 46
Name of the Posts:
1. JPF (Botany): 21 Posts
2. JPF (Biotechnology/ Bioinformatics): 02
3. JPF (Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Analytical
Chemistry): 04 Posts
4. JPF (Microbiology/ Integrated Biology): 02
5. JPF (Zoology/Wildlife Biology): 01 Post
6. Project Assistant (Botany/Agriculture/
Horticulture): 13 Posts
7. Computer Assistant (Botany): 02 Posts
8. System Administrator: 01 Post.
Candidate Age Limit for all positions is 36 years.Age relaxation also applicable sc,st,obc.
Candidates should possess First class M.Sc in Botany/ Biotechnology/ Bioinformatics/ Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Analytical Chemistry/ Microbiology/ Integrated Biology/ Zoology/ Wildlife Biology for post 1 to 5.
Candidates should possess First class B.Sc in Botany/ Agriculture/ Horticulture for post 6, First class B.Sc in Botany with PGDCA/ DCA for post 7.
Candidates should possess First class B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering for post 8.
Based on written test and interview.
Interested candidates should report at JNTBGRI, Karmiancode P.O.Pacha Palode, Thiruvananthapuram 695562 at 9.00 AM on 22.08.2017 (for Sl. No.1), 23.08.2017 (for Sl. No. 2-5) and 24.08.2017(Sl No. 6-8). Candidates reaching after 10.00 AM will not be entertained. Only those whose final results have beendeclared as on the date of walk- in interview will be eligible.

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Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute (JNTBGRI) was found in 1979 with the objective of establishing a Conservatory Botanic Garden of tropical plant resources in general and of the country and the Kerala state in particular. It also undertakes research programmes for the sustainable utilization of the resources. The idea of establishing the institute was conceived soon after the first United Nations Conference on human Environment, held in Stockholm in 1972 by the  Founder Director, the late Professor A. Abraham and its became his commitment to conserve the waning tropical plant species of India. Consequently, the institute was established as an autonomous R & D organization by the Government of Kerala in 1979.

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