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ARI Pune Recruitment 2014-2015 lab Assistants Vacancy Apply Online

ARI Pune Recruitment 2014-15


Agharkar Research Institute, Pune is recruiting the lab Assistants (2) for the National Fungal Culture Collection of India. The applicants having interest in the following may apply by 16th of August 2013.


Total vacancy: 2 Posts


Limitation of Age:  The age of the aspirant has to be 28 yrs. The age relaxation rule is applicable as per the rules.


Education: The applicant needs to be having the Degree of B.Sc. in Mycology or Botany or Biotechnology or Microbiology or Life Sciences.Read More Details on jobdilado.com The applicant may also be having the Degree of M.Sc. in Mycology or Botany or Biotechnology or Microbiology or Life Sciences along with 3 to 4 yrs of experience.


Application Fees: The applicant must be paying Rs.50/- as an application fee (Gen) by Demand Draft that must be favoring Director, ARI, Pune.


Pay Structure: The applicant will be getting the [pay in between Rs.5200/- to Rs.20200/- with the Grade Pay of Rs.2800/-


Selection Procedure: The applicant will get selected on the basis of the interview which will be kept after the scrutinizing of the application later on.


Method to Apply: The applicants need to go to the site of the ARI www.aripune.org. After this they have to download the application format. They need to apply to the Director ARI, Pune. The application must carry the demand draft, certificates copies that have to be dully attested by the applicant. The applicant will have to be present at the time of interview. The application must be sent most lastly by 16th of August 2013.


Concluding day for the carrying out of application is 16th of August 2013.


About: ARI (Agharkar Research Institute) is aided Research Institute of the DST (Department of Science and Technology) of Government of India that was established in the year1946. It was established by Maharashtra Association for the Cultivation of Science, as MACS Research Institute later on in 1992 renamed as ARI as honorary in the memory of its founder Director late Professor S.P. Agharkar.


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