NBPGR recruitment for Field Assistant Graduate vacancies

NBPGR recruitment

Applications are invited mode of “Online Video Video Conference Mode” for NBPGR recruitment interim posts under the DBT-funded network project at ICAR- NBPGR, Regional Station, Akola as mentioned below.

Vacancy Details:

Type of JobContractual/Regular
Total No. of Vacancies01 post
Role/ PostsField Assistant
Venue ICAR- NBPGR, Regional Station, Akola

In the wake of the current crisis of COVID-19, candidates will be interviewed via the internet process only. Qualified people who wish to attend the interview are have asked to submit their application to the installed system and proof a scanned copy of the original documents (in a PDF file) to the email address [email protected] latest December 05, 2021 (4:30 PM). Self-proof fix image (latest) in application format is mandatory.

After verifying applications, applicants will be notified with additional details about the chat by email or telephone. Original documentation of emerging candidates an online interview will be confirmed in due course.

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Eligibility Criteria:

Terms and Conditions:

The minimum age must be 21 years as the date of the interview for NBPGR recruitment.

• Temporary vacancies and project-related the nominated person has there is no right to apply for regular practice or absorption of anything to ICAR / NBPR.

• After selection, the continuation of this temporary post will be based on the candidate’s performance.

• Students with special qualifications will only be considered for an interview.

• Conversations will only be held in conference video mode online.

• Only Indian citizens are eligible to appear for the interview.

• Qualified candidates for the Field Assistant submission will be shortlisted based on them the importance of their important qualifications and position knowledge.

• The Director’s decision, ICAR-NBPR, in New Delhi will be final and binding on all aspects.

• Director, ICAR-NBPR will also reserve the right to terminate the employment contract as mentioned above, even before the completion of the project where there is no complaint about it will be done

• Conviction or campaigning of any kind will result in dismissal or termination.

• Candidate who intends to attend the interview, if there is a close or distant relative an ICAR / NBPR employee, must declare his or her name, position, type jobs, relationships in advance in writing to reach Officer-In-Charge, ICAR-NBPR, Regional Station, Akola ([email protected]) December 05, 2021. If per day the interview is issued and it is found that his relative is a worker ICAR, such people will not be allowed to interview.

• All other candidates are also required to make an announcement accordingly signed in the attached format and submitted on the day of the interview.

• Qualified people from the interview for an online video conference are requested to send their duly completed copy of the Application Form and attach the proof themselves a photograph of the passport size at the top and a duly signed declaration on the application form (If valid) connected by proving yourself all supporting documents/certificates like these (Proof of age, field certificate, qualification – Sheet marks and certificates from class 10 onwards, experience and research publications) should be emailed only the best PDF file at [email protected] on or before 05 December 2021 (4:30 PM). Proof of experience and literature also need to be submitted.

• The candidate will be required to produce a medical certificate at the time of joining.

• In the event of any dispute, it will be resolved in a New Delhi court only. • Director, ICAR-NBPR reserves the right to cancel/postpone interviews giving any reason for that.

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About NBPGR :

The need for the establishment of an organization for the production of plants and the expansion of the germplasm for crop development was felt in 1935 by the ‘Crops and Soil Wing’ of the ‘Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry’ at the time. The need was repeated at a meeting of the Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding in 1941, which included, among other things, the topic of crop economics. Dr. B.P. Pal, who works at IARI, went to the Imperial (now India) Agricultural Research Council (ICAR) to establish a global germplasm integration unit under phytosanitary conditions in India. ICAR’s ‘Plant Introduction’ program began operating in 1946 in the then Botany Division of IARI under the leadership of Drs. The late Harbhajan Singh was the first ‘Performing Scientist’. The unit was further expanded and strengthened as the ‘Plant Introduction and Experimental Organization’ in the Plant Unit in 1956 and later developed as a ‘Division of Plant Introduction’ at IARI in 1961. Next, with the recommendations of the High-Level Committee. ‘created by the Government of India in 1970,’ Plant Introduction Phase ‘was developed into an independent institution’ National Bureau of Plant Introduction ‘in August 1976 renamed’ National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR) in January. 1977.

The establishment of the Bureau coincided with the advent of the Green Revolution and was a response to the achievement of the perceived effects of the Green Revolution on agrobiodiversity. In addition, it was in line with international development through the establishment of the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (IBPGR), Rome, in 1974 (now renamed the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute). NBPGR has played a key role in the improvement of biodiversity and agricultural diversity and agricultural development in India through the introduction of germplasm from foreign institutions/organizations and the collection of germplasm nationally and abroad and the preservation.

The Bureau has five sections, three units, and a test farm with its headquarters in New Delhi and 10 regional stations located in different parts of the country. In addition, the All India Coordinated Research Network Project on Underutilized Plants is available at the Bureau.

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