NIMR Recruitment 2020. National Institute of Malaria Research (NIMR) has released the notification of 03 vacancies for the Project Officer, Scientist and Data Entry Operator posts on(Contract Based) its official website www.nimr.org.in .
Interested candidates can start to apply online till 12 May 2020.All the details that you need to know about NIMR Recruitment 2020 can be found below. Candidates will be selected based on Interview. The last date to apply online for Indian NIMR Recruitment 2020 is 12 May 2020.
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Overview of NIMR Recruitment 2020
|Organization Name||National Institute of Malaria Research|
|Total Vacancy||03 Posts|
|Name of the Post||Project Officer, Scientist and Data Entry Operator|
|Application Mode||Online(through mail)|
|Starting Date to apply online||01 May 2020|
|Last Date to apply online||12 May 2020|
|Job Location||New Delhi|
|TNPCB Official Website||www.nimr.org.in|
Vacancy Details for NIMR Recruitment 2020
|Name of Post||Total Vacancies|
|Data Entry Operator||01|
Age Limit for NIMR Recruitment 2020
|Post Name||Maximum age|
|Project Officer||30 Years|
|Scientist-D (Non Medical)||45 Years|
|Data Entry Operator||25 Years|
Educational Qualification for NIMR Recruitment 2020
|Name of the Post||Qualification Required|
|Scientist-D (Non Medical)||1st class master degree with relevant subject from a recognized university with eight years experience or 2nd class MSc/PhD Degree in relevant subjects from recognized university with eight years experience|
Desirable: Candidate should have strong scientific writing and verbal skills.
|Project Officer||Graduate in any discipline from recognized university with five year work experience of administration/ finance and accounts work. Desirable: Bachelor degree in Commerce|
from recognized university/ institution.Knowledge of computer applications.
|Data Entry Operator||Intermediate or 12th Pass from recognized board with a speed test of not less than 8000 key depressions (in English) per hour through speed test on computer.|
Pay Scale for NIMR Recruitment 2020
|Name of the Post||Monthly Consolidated Emolument|
|Scientist-D (Non Medical)||Rs. 54000/- pm plus HRA as|
|Project Officer||Rs.32,000/- pm|
|Data Entry Operator||Rs.17,000/ pm|
Application Fee for NIMR Recruitment 2020
No fee to be paid
Selection Process for NIMR Recruitment 2020
- Online Interview or personal discussion(Through Skype/video call) at Director
Schedule for Walk-In Interview/Personal Discussion
|Name of the Post||Date and time of verification of document|
|Scientist-D (Non Medical)||13 May 2020|
from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon
|Project Officer||13 May 2020|
from 12:00 noon to 02:00 pm
|Data Entry Operator||13 May 2020|
from 03:00 pm to 04:00 pm
The National Institute of Malaria Research (NIMR), New Delhi, is one of the research institution of Indian Council of Medical Research under Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, established in 1977 as Malaria Research Centre, which was renamed as National Institute of Malaria Research in November 2005.NIMR building
The primary task of the Institute is to find short term as well as long-term solutions to the problems of malaria through basic, applied and operational field research. The Institute also plays a key role in manpower resource development through trainings/workshops and transfer of technology. The major areas of research carried out over the years are on mosquito fauna surveys, development of genetic and molecular markers for important malaria vectors and parasites, cytotaxonomic studies identifying major vectors as species complexes and laboratory and field studies to examine the biological variations among sibling species, development of molecular identification techniques for sibling species, monitoring of insecticide resistance through space and time, preparation of action plans, etc. have yielded valuable information. Field evaluation of new insecticides, biolarvicides, insecticide-impregnated bed nets, drugs and parasite diagnostic kits have provided new armament to malaria control. Many of these have found place in national malaria control programme.
NIMR has a network of well developed laboratories at Delhi carrying out research on all aspects of malaria along with 10 field laboratories in malarious areas, which serve as testing ground for new technologies and help in the transfer of technologies.
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