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Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) Invites Application for Project Scientist Recruitment 2017
Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) invites applications for recruitment of Project Scientist in Mysore. Last date for application is 2nd June 2017.
Vacancy Circular No: REC.27/2017
Number of Vacancy: 1 Posts
Educational Qualification: Candidates Should have Ph.D. in Biological Sciences with a minimum of 5 years of experience in a reputed organization with a strong management and analytical skills to manage a profit center. Desirable: 3-5 years of Industrial Experience with R&D on nutraceuticals along with food processing.
Pay Scale: INR Rs.67,300/- + HRA as per CSIR rules per month.
Age Limit: 40 years (as on 15.05.2017).
How to Apply:
Eligible candidates may send their complete Bio-data with e-mail address/contact phone number along with self-attested copies of the necessary certificates in support of date of birth, caste, qualification/experience etc., in an envelope superscribed “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF PROJECT SCIENTIST” by post to the address, CONTROLLER OF ADMINISTRATION, CSIR-CENTRAL FOOD TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, MYSORE- 570 020, KARNATAKA SO AS TO REACH ON OR BEFORE 02/06/2017. Applications received after the due date (i.e. 02/06/2017) will be rejected. The short-listed candidates will be informed about the date of interview and the venue through email/post.
26th May 2017
Last date for application is: 2nd June 2017
For more details, please refer to official notification at Download Official Notification
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Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) was established in 21st October 1950. CFTRI is a large and diversified laboratory employing over 300 scientists, technologists, and engineers, and over 400 technicians, skilled workers, and support staff. There are sixteen research and development departments, including laboratories focusing on food biotechnology, microbiology, sensory science, and food safety.
The institute has designed over 300 products, processes, and equipment types. It holds several patents and has released many publications. India is the world's second largest foodgrain, fruit and vegetable producer, and the institute is engaged in research in the production and handling of grains, pulses, oilseeds, spices, fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, and poultry.
The institute develops technologies to increase efficiency and reduce postharvest losses, add convenience, increase export, find new sources of food products, integrate human resources in food industries, reduce costs, and modernize.
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