ICAR- Central Soil Salinity Research Institute (CSSRI) SRF, JRF & Intern Posts – 08 Vacancies | Degree/Master Degree | Walkin
Central Soil Salinity Research Institute (CSSRI), under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Department of Agricultural Research and Education, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India.
In the latest employment notification, the ICAR- CSSRI announces job vacancies for various project staff posts to fill 08 positions on a temporary basis for various projects.
Under ICAR- CSSRI SRF, JRF & Intern Recruitment 2018, candidates completed Degree/Master Degree in relevant subjects can apply.
On basis of Interview performance, applicant for ICAR- CSSRI Project posts will be finalized on merit.
The selected candidate will be recruited on a temporary basis till March 2021 or co-terminus with the project, with a salary provided in the pay scale of Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000 per month.
An interested and qualified person has to walk-in on announced date and venue.
Eligibility Criteria For ICAR- CSSRI Project Posts:
No. Of Vacancies: 08.
Name of the post:
Senior Research Fellow: 06
Junior Research Fellow: 01
As on the date of walk-in, candidate maximum age limit should be 40 years.
An applicant from reserved and special categories, the upper age limit is relaxed as per Govt. guidelines.
Should complete Degree/Master Degree in Science, Agriculture and other subjects from a recognized institute, with NET qualification required for certain posts.
On basis of Interview.
Steps to apply for the post:
- A Candidate has to logon http://www.cssri.org/.
- Select relevant job notification “A WALK-IN-INTERVIEW for the position of SRF, JRF, Intern and project Assistant in project will be conducted at CSSRI Karnal on 29.10.18 at 11am”.
- Read complete job details.
- Fill the application form in prescribed format through offline mode.
- And attend walk-in on announce date and venue.
Date of Interview: 29.10.2018 to 30.10.2018, at 10:00 AM.
Venue: ICAR- CSSRI, Karnal.
Job Notification: http://www.cssri.org/images/stories/pdf/291018.pdf.