IIVR Recruitment 2016 Walk in for YP-I, Asst & Field Asst Posts. ICAR Indian Institute of Vegetable Research (IIVR) has given a notification for the recruitment of Young Professional-I, Assistant (Computer) & Field Assistant vacancies on purely temporary/ contractual, time bound and co-terminus. Eligible candidates may walk in on 04-06-2016 at 10:00 A.M. Other details like Age limit, Education Jobsal Qualification, Selection Process, How to apply are given below.
IIVR Recruitment 2016 Details:
|Company Name||Indian Institute of Vegetable Research|
|Qualification||B.Sc. (Ag.)/ B.Sc. (Botany), Graduation in Agriculture|
|Number of Vacancies||09 Posts|
|Name of the Post||YP-I, Asst & Field Asst|
|Last Date To Apply||04-06-2016 at 10:00 A.M|
Name of the Posts:
1.Young Professional-I: 07 Posts
2. Assistant (Computer): 01 Post
3. Field Assistant: 01 Post
Candidates age should be minimum 21 years and maximum 45 years.
Education Jobsal Qualification For IIVR Recruitment 2016:
Candidates should possess B.Sc. (Ag.)/ B.Sc. (Botany), Graduation in Agriculture for Post 01, Graduation in Science/ B.Sc. (Ag.) for Post 02, B.Sc. (Ag.) for Post 03.
Candidates will be selected based on written test followed by personal Interview.
About Indian Institute of Vegetable Research:
Vegetables play an important role in nutritional security, economic viability and fit well into the predominant intensive cropping systems prevailing in different parts of our country. More than 60 kinds of vegetables are grown in India in tropical, subtropical and temperate agro-climates. India is largest producer of okra and ranks 2nd in production of potato, onion, cauliflower and cabbage. During 2013-2014, India produced 162.19 million tonnes of vegetables and vegetable export from our country was worth Rs. 5462.93 crores. Though Indias share in global market is only about 1%, there is increasing acceptance of horticultural products from our country. However, to enhance our export, we have to harmonize our production with international food safety and standards.
Major food safety issues related to vegetables are pesticide residues, microbial contaminants, colouring agents, and heavy metals. Among these, pesticide residue is the most important food safety factor. Farmers use pesticides as first line of defense for the management of pest and diseases and frequently resort to indiscriminate and non-judicious use of pesticides leading to accumulation of pesticide residues. Colouring agents and dyes which are carcinogenic are normally used to improve freshness and appearance of vegetables. Microbial contaminants are of special concern because some of the vegetables are taken raw, thus posing potential food safety problems.
How to Apply For IIVR Recruitment 2016:
Eligible candidates may attend the interview along with application in the prescribed format giving details of Education Jobsal qualification & one recent photograph affixed on it, original copies of Education Jobsal & other certificates on 04-06-2016 at 10:00 A.M.
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