Apply for Research Scholar’s Programme at Centre for DNA Finger Printing & Diagnostics

CDFD is an autonomous institution funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Union Ministry of Science and Technology: Shutterstock/CRS PHOTO

The Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD), Hyderabad, has invited online applications for the Research Scholar’s Programme in Modern Biology. The application deadline is 14 December.

The programme is likely to begin in February/March, 2023. The applicants who get selected should reside on the CDFD campus.

CDFD is an autonomous institution funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Union Ministry of Science and Technology.

The applican
ts should have Post Graduation in the fields of Science, Technology and Agriculture or MBBS. Besides, they should be recipients of CSIR/UGC/DBT/ICMR/INSPIRE/ JEST/UGC–RGNF fellowships or similar ones.

The candidates whose fellowship results have not been announced at the time of application should confirm whether they have got it, at least via email, before the interview.

However, those who have two-year projects of the JRF with aid from ICMR, DBT–JRF, NET after completing Biotechnology– B Tech, DBT – JRF NET that comes under DBT B category need not apply. Those who have qualified only for lectureship by way of CSIR–NET are also barred.

The list of the candidates who have primary selection would be published in December. The video interview will be in January or February.

The main research areas are Cell and Molecular Biology, Computational Biology, Disease Biology, Genetics, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology.

Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics,
Hyderabad – 500 039.
Phone: 040 2721 6014
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Meanwhile, interested candidates can register now for the PhD programmes offered at Manipal Academy of Higher Education or Faridabad Regional Centre for Biotechnology.  

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