Bioinformatics Jobs In India


Junior Research Fellow (One) @ JNTBGRI

Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute (JNTBGRI) was found in 1979 with the objective of establishing a Conservatory Botanic Garden of tropical plant resources in general and of the country and the Kerala state in particular. It also undertakes research programmes for the sustainable utilization of the resources. The idea of establishing the institute was conceived soon after the first United Nations Conference on human Environment, held in Stockholm in 1972 by theFounder Director, the late Professor A. Abraham and its became his commitment to conserve the waning tropical plant species of India. Consequently, the institute was established as an autonomous R & D organization by the Government of Kerala in 1979.Read More

Project code Project Title Position (No.) Essential Qualification


(Experience, Skill etc.)

P 114 Analysis of genetic variability and bioprospecting of wild cardamom populations Junior Research Fellow (One) First class M.Sc. In Biotechnology/Bioinformatics Working experience in molecular marker techniques or NGS data analysis
  • Walk-in-interview(s) for Junior Research Fellow,scheduled on 30 December 2014 (10 a. m.) at JNTBGRI, Palode, Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Candidates should bring certificates, degrees, proof of age etc. for verification at the time of interview. One set of (copies of) these documents is to be submitted to our office during verification.
  • A written test may be conducted prior to the interview depending upon the number of candidates appearing for a specific project position.
  • No TA/DA will be given to candidates for attending the walk-in-interview.
  • How to reach: JNTBGRI is located near Palode (PIN 695 562), 40 km away from Thiruvananthapuram city in the Thiruvananthapuram-Thenkasi route. JNTBGRI is also reachable from Nilamel and Kilimanoor in the Thiruvananthapuram-Kottarakkara route (MC Road).

Traineeship(two) & Studentship(four) @ Indian Agricultural Research Institute

Walk-in-interview for the following temporary positions will be conducted on 20th December 2014 (between 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM) at Agricultural Knowledge Management Unit, A0 block (Ground Floor), LBS Building, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi-110012:


Name of the
Principal investigator
and Project

Name of
Position and

Fixed per


Date and
time of


Dr. A.K.Mishra
Coordinator & PI

for one year

Rs. 5000/-

M.Sc. (Bioinformatics)
with 60 % marks from a
recognized University

AM -11:00


Dr. A.K.Mishra
Coordinator & PI

for one year

Rs. 2500/-

Final year M.Sc./
Students from a
recognized University

(11:00 AM-
1:00 PM)

  • The positions are purely temporary and co-terminus with the DBT Programme. Eligible candidates are requested to submit the application form in the prescribed format along with original certificates/documents (Degree, Marks sheets, Work experience, if any) at the time of interview. No TA/DA will be paid. Maximum age limit is 28 years for all positions. Age relaxation of 5 yrs for SC/ST and woman candidates and 3 years for OBC candidates will be given. Canvassing in any form invites disqualification.

Senior Research Fellow(One) @ NRCPB

ICAR-NPTC funded project: Fusarium wilt resistance and drought tolerance in chickpea.PI: Dr Srinivasan

Senior Research


Rs. 16,000
+ 30% HRA

M.Sc. in Molecular
/Life Sciences with minimum
of 60% marks

One year or more experience
in different
Molecular Biology
Techniques and

  • These emoluments are likely to be revised as per the DST Office Memorandum SR/S9/Z-09/2012 dated 21-10-2014 The interview will be held on 22nd December, 2014 (Monday) at 10 AM at NRCPB, LBS Building, Pusa Campus, and New Delhi-110012. A preliminary screening written test may be held (for SRF) and hence candidates should report for interview at 10 AM at NRC on Plant Biotechnology

Ph.D in Bioinformatics @ University of Hyderabad

Applications are invited from Master's students interested in conducting their Ph.D inBioinformatics and Computational Systems Biology field with special focus on infectious diseases and cancer in our Bioinformatics and Systems Biology laboratory at Biochemistry Department. Our research combines Computational approaches learnt at Columbia University, New York City, such as integrative analyses using microarrays/ RNASeq data and pathways/networks to understand possible molecular mechanisms involved and deciphering of probable novel targets. Target protein structure modeling and computer-aided drug design can also be implemented.

  • University of Hyderabad is a centrally funded University in India devoted to teaching and research in the princely region of Hyderabad.

Highly qualified candidates with an aptitude for research and with M.Sc or M.Tech in Bioinformatics and with fellowship are encouraged to apply for Ph.D at Biochemistry Department (*PI: Dr. Seema Mishra, Interested students may also write to Email: seema_uoh@yahoo .com*).

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