KFRI Recruitment 2019 : Kerala Forest Research Institute- Project Fellow jobs
KFRI Recruitment 2019 : Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI ) is conducting a walk-in interview to fill the post of Project Fellow to join a time-bound research programme on “Studies on pattern of usage of usage of pesticides and their impact on the ecosystem of plantations and adjacent areas in the GEF – Munnar landscape project area . Candidates who satisfy the eligibility criterion mentioned below are invited to attend the interview. Please bring testimonials in original.
KFRI Recruitment 2019 – walk-in interview details
Name of Post : Project Fellow
Project area : Munnar landscape project area
No. of Post : Three
Date of notification: December 27, 2018
Duration : 04 December 2018 to 03 December 2020
Qualification for KFRI Recruitment 2019
1.Project Fellow -1 : First class M.Sc. in Chemistry/Environmental Science
Desirable : Experience in handling analytical Instruments like GC,GC-MS and HPLC
2.Project Fellow -1 : First class M.Sc. in Soil Science/Chemistry/Biochemistry/Environmental Science
Desirable : Experience in conducting soil and water quality analysis
3.Project Fellow 1 : First class M.Sc. in Zoology /Wild life Biology
Desirable : Experience in Field Survey of reptiles and amphibians
Salary scale : Rs. 22,000/- per month
Age limit : Candidates age should be 36 years as on 01.01.2018,. Age relaxation of five years in the case of scheduled caste/scheduled tribe candidates and three years in the case of other backward communities as per government rules will be given.
Walk-in-interview date, time and Venue
Date : 07 January 2019
Time : 10.00 A.M
Venue : Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI ), Peechi
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About Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI )
Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) is a multidisciplinary team of experts conducting research on tropical forests and forestry. This Institute has contributed significantly to research in tropical forestry and biodiversity conservation over the past three decades of its existence. Founded in 1975, Institute is envisioned as a Centre of Excellence in Tropical Forestry to provide scientific support for decision making on matters related to forestry, with particular emphasis on conservation, sustainable utilization and scientific management of natural resources. KFRI became a part of the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE)
along with five other R&D Centres of the State, when the KSCSTE was constituted in 2002.