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NBRI Project Associate, Lab Technician Job Notification 2021 - 04 Vacancies in Uttar Pradesh Full-time Job

Apr 28th, 2021 at 16:54   Govt   Lucknow   357 views
Job Details

National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) came out with a new recruitment notification for the post of Project Associate, Lab Technician. NBRI has about 4 vacant positions to fulfil in Uttara Pradesh. Walk-in Notification released for eligible candidates having Degree, Post Graduate qualifications. Applicants can get more information like Vacancy, Eligibility, Selection Criteria, Application Process, and other details in the notifications. However, interested candidates with essential qualifications can apply for NBRI Recruitment 2021 on or before the last date.

Vacancy Details and Eligibility Criteria - NBRI Notification 2021:

Name of the Post

No.of Vacancies

Educational Qualification

Project Associate - I


Post Graduate

Lab Technician


DMLT / Degree



Age Limit:

Applicants' age should be 35 - 50 years as of the closing date of application.

Pay Scale:

Consolidated remuneration will be paid up to Rs. 20000 - 25000 per month.

Selection Process:

Candidates will be selected based on the performance in the Online Interview.

Application Procedure of NBRI Recruitment 2021:

  • Visit the official website of NBRI.
  • Verify the notification details to check out whether eligible or not.
  • Eligible candidates may send their Email and Mobile No to the email address stated below.
  • Candidates will get CSIR - NBRI MS Team meeting links the candidates through email to attend Online Interview.

Email ID: coa@nbri.res.in

Last Date to send Email / Mobile No of the candidate: 4th May 2021

Date of Online Interview: 5th May 2021

Download the Official Notification of NBRI Recruitment 2021. Click Here

Company Description
The CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) is amongst one of the constituent research institutes of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi. Originally set up as the National Botanic Gardens (NBG) by the State Government of Uttar Pradesh (U.P.), it was taken over by the CSIR in 1953. Though, initially engaged in research in the classical botanical disciplines, the NBG went on laying an increasing emphasis, in keeping with the national needs and priorities in the field of plant sciences, on its applied and developmental research activities. A time came when it was felt that the name NBG no longer projected the correct nature and extent of its aims and objectives, functions and R & D activities. Consequently, the NBG was renamed as the NBRI, i.e., The National Botanical Research Institute in 1978.