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National AIDS Research Institute

Pune

12th Pass (HSE), 10th Pass (SSC)

Last Date: 2017-06-29



National AIDS Research Institute Job DetailsDate of Posting: 2017-06-26


Advt. No. NARI/June/2017-2018/Viral Load/, Date : 21/06/2017

Project Laboratory Technician Jobs recruitment in National AIDS Research Institute

No. of Post : 01

Qualification : 10+2 with Science subject or equivalent from recognized board with two years DMLT from Govt. recognized organization/Institute/ medical college
Desirable : B.Sc with 01 year DMLT from Govt. recognized organization plus one year experience

Salary : Rs.13,000/-

Age : 30 yrs
Hiring Process : Walk - In, Written-test
Job Role : Research/JRF/SRF


How to apply


Walk In Written Test will be conducted on 29.06.2017. Candidates must report at the Institute by 9.00 AM . Candidates arriving after 10.00 am for the above post will not be permitted to appear for Walk in Written Exam. Those appearing for Exam should bring the following documents for the verification: I) Bio data 2) Original Certificate of Education Qualification. Experience Certificate. Age Proof. ID Proof and One latest Photograph. 3) One Self attested photocopy of all documents.

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About National AIDS Research Institute


National AIDS Research Institute [NARI] was established in October 1992 in Bhosari, Pune on a seven acre plot. Over last two decades the Institute has established itself as a premier Institute devoted to research on HIV infection and AIDS. The Institute has contributed in the fight against HIV and AIDS through quality research encompassing clinical research for optimizing the treatment and care, development and testing new modalities for prevention and generating new information on HIV biology in context with HIV-1 subtype C infection prevalent in India. The Institute has ably supported the National AIDS Control Programme in it?s activities, especially surveillance, capacity building, laboratory services and drug resistance. The Institute derives strength from the wide ranging National and International Collaborations.

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