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Programme Officer/ Information Officer & Project Assistant @ National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI)

Written By Naveen Kumar on Saturday, 26 October 2013 | 17:28:00


Project Titled : " Establishment of ENVIS Centre on Indicator of Plant Pollution in NBRI"

Name of Post:Programme Officer (Project)

Qualification:1st Class B.Tech in Computer Science/ Bioinformatics /1st Class M.C.A. with two year post B.Tech /MCA experience in programming and maintenance of website.

Pay Scale:Rs. 23000

Age Limit : 32 Yrs

How to apply:

Walk-In-Interview will be held on 29-10-2013 at 11.30 A.M. at Conference Room, T.N. Khoshoo Block, NBRI, Lucknow

About NBRI

The CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) - is amongst one of the constituent research institutes of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi. Originally set up as the National Botanic Gardens (NBG) by the State Government of Uttar Pradesh (U.P.), it was taken over by the CSIR in 1953. Though, initially engaged in research in the classical botanical disciplines, the NBG went on laying an increasing emphasis, in keeping with the national needs and priorities in the field of plant sciences, on its applied and developmental research activities. A time came when it was felt that the name NBG no longer projected the correct nature and extent of its aims and objectives, functions and R & D activities. Consequently, the NBG was renamed as the NBRI, i.e., The National Botanical Research Institute in 1978. This name has since correctly reflected the distinctive character and the R & D activities of this applied botanical institution only of its type in the country.

Areas Of R & D and Infrastructure

The aims and objectives of the Institute are pursued through various projects distributed among the following five broad areas of R & D supported by S&T support services for their respective activities:

1.  Botanic Garden and Distant Research Centers

2.  Plant Diversity, Systematics and Herbarium

3.  Plant Ecology & Environmental Science

4.  Genetics and Molecular Biology

5.  Plant Microbe Interaction & Pharmacognosy

6.  S&T Support Services

Distant Research Centres

CSIR-NBRI has three Distant Research Centres - Banthra Research Centre, Biomass Research Centre and Aurawan Research Centre. These are situated near the village Banthra, about 22 km away from NBRI, Lucknow, on Lucknow Kanpur Road. All the three centres mostly serve as extension centres for the demonstration of agro-technologies developed by the institute, as well as for raising large-scale, experimental cultivations of different types of plants of economic importance.

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