BSI Recruitment 2016 for 10 Field Assistant and other Posts. Botanical Survey of India has been released a notification for Research Associate, Junior Project Fellow, Field Assistant 10 jobs or Vacancies. Interested and eligible candidates may apply online on or before 27th May 2016 .Please read the below provided information such as Education Jobsal qualification, application fees, selection procedure etc. carefully before applying for this job.
BSI Recruitment 2016-2017 Details:
|Company Name||Botanical Survey of India|
|Qualification||Ph.D in Botany,M.Sc in Botany,Bachelors Degree with Botany|
|Number of Vacancies||10 Posts|
|Name of the Post||Research Associate,Field Assistant,Junior Project Fellow|
|Last Date To Apply||27-05-2016|
Name of the Post:
- Research Associate: 03 Posts
- Junior Project Fellow: 05 Posts
- Field Assistant: 02 Posts
Candidates upper age should be limit should be 40 years for male candidates and 45 years for female candidates for Post No 01, 28 years for male candidates and 33 years for female candidates for Post No 02 & 40 years for Post No. 03 as 27-05-2016. Relaxation of age will be applicable as per rules.
Education Jobsal Qualification for Botanical Survey of India Recruitment 2016-2017:
Candidates should be complete Ph.D in Botany for Post No. 01, M.Sc in Botany for Post No. 02 & Bachelors Degree with Botany as a subject for Post No. 03 from a recognized University.
Candidates will be selected based on interview.
About Botanical Survey of India:
The Botanical Survey of India (BSI) was established in 1890 with the objectives of exploring the plant resources of the country and identifying plant species with economic virtue. In 1954, the Government reorganized the BSI with the objectives of (1) undertaking intensive florist surveys and collecting accurate and detailed information on the occurrence, distribution, ecology and economic utility of plants in the country; (2) collecting, identifying and distributing materials that may be of use to Education Jobsal and research institutions; and (3) acting as the custodian of authentic collections in well planned herb-aria and documenting plant resources in the form of local, district, state and national flora. India has diverse geographical features, including the lofty Himalayan mountains, the tablelands and plateaus in the Vindhyan ranges and the Western and Eastern Ghats, the deep valleys and foothills of Assam, the central Indian highlands, the alluvial plains of north India and the lower terrain of southern India. As a result, the Indian region exhibits a variety of flora and forest types. There is perhaps nothing similar in any other country of the world.
How to Apply for BSI Recruitment 2016-2017:
Interested and Eligible candidates may walk in interview with dully filled application in prescribed format with latest passport size color photograph pasted on the application, self attested photocopies of testimonials of qualification, experience, date of birth, ST/ OBC/ PH certificate and on 27-05-2016.