Zoological Survey Of India Recruitment
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Research Associate Vacancy
Post Name Research Associate-I III No. of Vacancy 07 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 40000 - or Rs. 36000 - Per Month Post Name Field Assistants No. of Vacancy 12 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 12000 - Per Month Educational Qualification For Research Associate M. Sc. Ph.D in Zoology Life Sciences Wildlife Environmental Sciences Biodiversity Conservation Geo-Informatics or equivalent For Field Assistants B.Sc. with Zoology as one of the subjects from a recognized university. Age Limit Maximum age limit is 40 years as on 15.02.2018 Job Location Kolkata West Bengal Selection Process Selection will be based on a viva voice Interview. Application Fee There is no application fee. How to Apply Interested candidates may apply in Prescribed application form along with attested true copies of testimonials of educational qualifications,......
Junior Research Fellow Post
Post Name Junior Research Fellow No. of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 25,000 - - Per Month Educational Qualification Master degree in Zoology Life Science Environmental Science with minimum 60 marks from a recognised University. Age Limit Maximum age limit is 28 years as on 30.09.2017 Job Location Kolkata West Bengal Application Fee There is no application fee. How to Apply Interested candidates may apply in prescribed Application form along with self-attested copies of certificates send to the Dr. Jasmine.P, Scientist D, Zoological Survey of India, M Block, New alipore, Kolkata-700053 on or before 30.09.2017 . The Zoological Survey of India ZSI was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally......
Field Assistant Vacancy
Post Name Field Assistant No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 10000 - Per Month Educational Qualification Bachelors degree in Biological Science or Equivalent from a recognised University with minimum 55 marks. Age Limit 28 years As on 03.02.2017 Job Location Kolkata West Benagal How to Apply ZSI Vacancy Interested candidates may appear for interview in plain paper along with attested copies of relevant documents experience certificate at the time of Interview. Venue Of Interview Zoological Survey of India, Prani Vigyan Bhawan, 535, M-Block, New Alipore, Kolkata 700 053. The Zoological Survey of India ZSI was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally rich life of the erstwhile British......
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Post Name Young Professional
No of Vacancy 01 Post
Pay Scale Rs. 15000 - Per Month Educational Qualification M.Sc. Zoology Life Sciences with at least 55 marks.
Age Limit As per ZSI Rules How to Apply Interested candidates may appear for interview along with prescribed application form and all original Attested copies of certificates in support of date of birth, qualification, experience at the time of Interview....
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Post Name Research Fellow
No of Vacancy 06 Posts
Pay Scale Rs. 16000 - Per month Eligibility Criteria Educational Qualification A first Class M.Sc with majors in Marine Biology, Environmental or any Life Sciences.
Age Limit As per ZSI Rules. How to Apply Interested candidates may Apply with CV along with copies of certificates of Educational qualifications, training send to Principal Investigator. Long-term Coral Reef Monitoring Programme -Lakshadweep, Marine Biology Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, 130 Santhome High Road, Chennai 600028 or a pdf copy of whole copy of documents e-mail to zsimbc gmail.com on or before 09.11.2015....
About Zoological Survey Of India
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) was established on 1st July, 1916 to promote survey, exploration and research leading to the advancement in our knowledge of various aspects of exceptionally rich life of the erstwhile ´ British Indian Empire ´ . The survey has its genesis in the establishment of the Zoological Section of the Indian Museum at Calcutta in 1875. By gradually strengthening its staff and expanding its research programme, the Survey has met the challenge of the past and is on its way to meet the demands of the future. It has maintained its primary objectives unchanged from its inception.
Initially, the Survey acquired the Zoological collections of more than a century old from former Museum (1814 -1875) of the Asiatic Society of Bengal and Zoological Section of the Indian Museum(1875-1916) in Calcutta. With the increasing interest in the life sciences and with the advent of country´s Five Year Plans, the expansion programme of the survey was initiated. The Survey has established so far 16 Regional and Field Stations, and has developed into a major National Institution. It functions as the guardian of the National Zoological Collections, containing over a million identified specimens from all animal groups ranging from Protozoa to Mammals. Extensive and intensive field explorations are undertaken by the Survey in different parts of the country for the studies of fauna, systematic zoology, animal ecology, wildlife and zoogeography, animal behavior, animal population and also marine fauna and the results of the explorations and research are published in its own journals as well as National and International periodicals of repute regularly.
Recently efforts have been made towards an integrated approach to zoological investigations, so as to have more purpose oriented research comprising biological, cytotaxonomic, and ecological aspects. However, taxonomy continues to occupy a prominent role. There is an increasing interest in matters pertaining to animal life on the part of the public, and a constant stream of enquiries continue to pour in, reflecting public confidence in the Institute. The department has never lacked a constant succession of distinguished Zoologists.