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CCMB Project Scientist Job Notification 2021 - 04 Vacancies in Telangana Full-time Job

Apr 27th, 2021 at 18:30   Govt   Hyderabad   20 views
Job Details

Centre For Cellular Molecular Biology (CCMB) advertised a recruitment notification for the post of Project Scienctist. CCMB has about 4 vacant positions to fulfill Across India. Online Applications are invited from eligible candidates having P.D qualifications. Employment notification released on 21st April 2021, interested candidates with essential qualifications can apply for CCMB Recruitment 2021 on or before the last date.

Vacancy Details and Eligibility Criteria - CCMB Notificat 2021:

Name of the Post

Educational Qualification

No.of Vacancies

Project Scientist

Ph.D. in relevant discipline from recognized University / Institute

04

Age Limit:

Applicant's age should be 35 - 40 years as of the closing date of application.

Pay Scale:

Consolidated remuneration will be paid up to Rs. 56000 - 67000 per month

Selection Process:

Candidates will be selected based on the performance in The Test / Interview.

How to apply for CCMB Recruitment 2021:

  • Visit the official website of CCMB.
  • Go to Career and select the post to apply.
  • Click on Apply Online.
  • Fil out complete details in the application form.
  • Upload the scanned copies of Documents / Certificates.
  • Finally, submit the application form.

Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 2nd May 2021

Download the Official Notification and Online Application Link of CCMB Recruitment 2021. Click Here

Company Description
The Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (Hindi: कोशिकीय एवं आण्विक जीवविज्ञान केंद्र, IAST: Kośikīya evam āṇavik jīvavijñāna kendra) or CCMB is an Indian fundamental life science research establishment located in Hyderabad that operates under the aegis of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. CCMB is a designated "Centre of Excellence" by the Global Molecular and Cell Biology Network, UNESCO.
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