Nimhans Jobs for Field Data Collector in Bangalore
Application are invited from the eligible candidates for filling up the posts of Field Data Collector and on contract basis –under Dr. Naren P. Rao, Additional Professor of Psychiatry & P.I and Dr. G. Venkatasubramainan
Name of the post Field Data Collector No. of post 1 (One)
Essential Qualification : B.Sc. in Life Sciences Nature of work Involves field data visit, interviewing study participants and collection of demographic data & data entry.
Maximum age limit 35 Years
Emoluments Rs.18,000 per month (consolidated)
Duration of the post Two years Initial appointment will be made for a period of six months which will be extendable every six months till the end of the project depending upon the performance of the candidate
Last date to apply : 2020-12-12
Education : BSc
Looking for B.Sc graduates profile.
The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) is a multidisciplinary institute for patient care and academic pursuit in the field of mental health and neurosciences.
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