Research Jobs vacancy notification announced by Alagappa University, Karaikudi – Research Fellow Jobs for 2021-2022 academic calendar year. Eligible candidates may apply by email or directly appear for Walkin interview to be conducted on 9th September 2021.
Date Posted: 17th August 2021
Hiring Organization: Alagappa University
Organization Profile: Alagappa University is a public university located in Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India. Originated from Alagappa Arts College, founded in by Alagappa Chettiar in 1947, it was established in 1985 by an Act of the Tamil Nadu government.
Job Title: Research Fellow
Funding Agency: TANSCHE
Title of the Project: Structural and Functional Characterization of Phosphotransacetylase (PTA) and Acetate Kinase (ACKA) from Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv using insilico & invitro studies.
Qualifications: PG Degree with at least 60% marks (or a CGPA of 6.5 in 10 point scale) in Bioinformatics/ Biotechnology/ Biochemistry/ Lifesciences.
Desirable qualification: Candidates having experience in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics along with peer-reviewed relevant publications in International journals will be given preference. The selected Research Fellow is encouraged to register for the Ph.D. programme as per University norms.
Job Location: Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu
Duration: Initially for 1 year and can be extended another two years based on the performance of the candidate.
Pay Scale: Rs.10,000/- per month.
Apply Mode: Email/ direct Walkin
Last Date: 9th September 2021
Organization Website: www.alagappabiotech.org/
How to Apply: Interested candidates can send their curriculum vitae along with copies of their educational qualification, testimonial from the Research Supervisor/ Head of the Department/ Institution, where last studied/ employed and experience certificates to the email id or directly appear for Walk in interview to be conducted on 9th September 2021.
Email: [email protected]
Karaikudi – 630 003,
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