Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is inviting applications for the post of Project Associate for the project titled ‘Developmental Biology Inspired Articular Cartilage Tissue Engineering Strategy’ in the Department of Biotechnology. It is a brilliant career opportunity for the Ph.D students to apply for this post. Selected candidates have great opportunity to grab this chance and settle their career in research field. Selected candidates will be paid Rs. 27500-44000/- Per Month
Who is eligible to apply for this post?
PHD students are eligible to apply for this post
How much you can earn from this post?
Selected candidates have brilliant opportunity to earn Rs. 27500-44000/- Per Month for this post
Dead line to apply for this post?
Interested and Eligible candidates can apply before 01st March 2017
All eligible and interested candidates filling all the qualifying criteria can apply before the last date. Further details regarding to this job like: Educational Qualification, Salary, Age Limit, Selection Process etc. are mentioned below. Applicants can apply before the last date and before applying for this recruitment applicants must have a look below:
IIT Delhi Project Associate Job Details 2017
Name of Post- Project Associate
Name of Organization- Indian Institute of Technology
Last date-01st March 2017
Total Posts- 01
Salary- Rs. 27500-44000/-
Educational Qualification- Applying candidates should have Ph.D. in Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Molecular Biology, Tissue Engineering
Desirable Qualification- Applying candidates should have 02 years research experience in Cell Culture, Molecular Biology Techniques
Age Limit- As per Norms
Age Relaxation- As per Norms
How to Apply- Interested candidates can mail their resume at firstname.lastname@example.org with all relevant documents till 01st March 2017
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