National Institute of Oceanography Project Assistant Jobs 2016- Applications are invited for the post of Project Assistant in National Institute of Oceanography Goa for the project titled “Studies on Gas Hydrate Exploration and Technology Development for its exploitation” for a period of 03 months.
National Institute of Oceanography is one of the 37 constituent laboratories of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi. It was established on 1 January 1966.
It is a brilliant career chance for Bsc. students to set their career in the field of Research. Selected candidates will be paid Rs.15000/- per month.
All eligible and interested candidates filling all the qualifying criteria can apply before the last date. Further details regarding to this job are eligible to apply before the last date. More details like: Educational Qualification, Salary, Age Limit, Selection Process etc. are mentioned below. Applicants can apply before the last date.
National Institute of Oceanography Project Assistant Vacancies 2016
Name of post: Project Assistant
Name of Organization: National Institute of Oceanography
Last date: 18th November 2016
Total Posts- 01
Salary: Rs. 15000/- Per Month
Project Title: Studies on Gas Hydrate Exploration and Technology Development for its exploitation
Duration: 03 Months
Educational Qualification: Applying candidates should BSc Degree in Chemistry/ Geology/ Biology
Desirable: Applying candidates must have experience in sediment sample processing
Job Requirement: Sample analysis and data processing. To assist the scientists in field, onboard ship and laboratory for executing project work. The selected candidate should be willing to work during out of office timing.
Age Limit: As per Norms
How to Apply: Candidates can appear for Interview on 18th November 2016 at National Institute of Oceanography Dona Paula, Goa.
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