Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Posted on 03-Mar-2017 by : National Institute Cancer Prevention Research (NICPR)
Uttar Pradesh
2-3 Lakhs

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1 Opening
R&D/ Research & Development
Research and development

Job Description

The Government of Uttar Pradesh, the National Institute Cancer Prevention Research (NICPR) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 1 Junior Research Fellow (JRF) Post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Junior Research Fellow (JRF) posting, are eligible to apply for National Institute Cancer Prevention Research (NICPR) Junior Research Fellow (JRF) post Recruitment 2016-17.

Educational qualification for the National Institute Cancer Prevention Research (NICPR) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Bachelor degree in any branch of AYUSH National Institute Cancer Prevention Research (NICPR) recruitment 2017. The age limit not exceeding 28 years as on the last date (Relaxable up to 5 years for Government servants and SC/ST and 3 years for OBC)

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Name of the Organization: National Institute Cancer Prevention Research (NICPR)

Total no of vacancies: 1 posts

Official Website: www.icmr.nic.in

Location of Exam centers: Noida

Name of the Post (Designation): Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Educational Qualification: Bachelor degree in any branch of AYUSH.

Pay Scale: 25000/- + HRA per month

Age Limit: 28 years

Imp Dates:

The last date for receipt of applications & Date of Interview 21st March 2017


Roles & Responsibilities

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Company Profile

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), New Delhi, the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination and promotion of biomedical research, is one of the oldest medical research bodies in the world. The ICMR has always attempted to address itself to the growing demands of scientific advances in biomedical research on the one hand, and to the need of finding practical solutions to the health problems of the country, on the other. The ICMR has come a long way from the days when it was known as the IRFA, but the Council is conscious of the fact that it still has miles to go in pursuit of scientific achievements as well as health targets. 1911 -First meeting of the Governing Body of the Indian Research Fund Association (IRFA) was held on November 15, 1911 (at the Plague Laboratory, Bombay, under the Chairmanship of Sir Harcourt Butler). -Articles of the Association were considered and a Scientific Advisory Board was constituted at the same meeting 1912 -At the 2nd meeting of the Governing Body, a historic decision was taken to start a journal for Indian Medical research. 1913-1914 -The Indian Journal of Medical Research was started in 1913-14 (under the authority of the Director-General, Indian Medical Services). 1918-1920 -The 'Beri-Beri Enquiry' was started at Coonoor (under the guidance of Sir Robert McCarrison). -'Quinine and Malaria Enquiry' was initiated (under Major Sinton at Kasauli). -Kala-azar Ancillary Enquiry was started (with Major Knowles and Dr. Napier). -Research on Indigenous Drugs was initiated (under Col. R.N. Chopra at the Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta). 1923 -The first All India Conference of Medical Research Workers was convened at the Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Calcutta. (This became an annual event subsequently). 1925 -Research on Nutritional diseases was started at Coonoor (by Col. McCarrison under 'Deficiency Diseases Enquiry'). 1926 -IRFA received the first munificient public contribution of Rs.1 lakh from the Maharaja of Parlakimedi. 1927 -Fructification of the plans of Lt.Col. S.R. Christophers for creation of a Central Malaria Organization as "Malaria Survey of India" (by absorbing the Central Malaria Bureau at Kasauli and the Enquiries on Quinine and Malaria and Indian Culicidae). -An Experimental Malaria Station was set up at Karnal as a part of Malaria Survey of India. 1929 -The 'Deficiency Diseases Enquiry' was converted into a Centre of Nutrition Research (with Col. McCarrison as its first Director). -The Publication of "Records of Malaria Survey of India" was started. 1932 -The Governing Body of IRFA completed the task of setting up the Institute of Hygiene and Public Health at Calcutta. 1937 -A course of training in Nutrition was started at the Nutrition Research Laboratories at Coonoor. -"The Nutritive Value of Indian Foods and Planning of Satisfactory Diets" was prepared (which has now been reprinted repeatedly). 1938 -IRFA was registered as a local body not administered by the Government on March 22, 1938 under the Government of India Act No. XXI of 1860. -In tune with the recommendation of the Conference of Far Eastern Countries on Rural Hygiene held in Java in 1937, the Government of India decided that the Nutrition Advisory Committee of the IRFA should also function as the National Nutrition Committee for India. -The "Malaria Survey of India" was redesignated as the "Malaria Institute of India". -"The Records of the Malaria Survey of India" was redesignated as the "Journal of the Malaria Institute of India" (which subsequently became the Indian Journal of Malariology in 1947). 1941 -A Research Fellowship Scheme was started by IRFA. 1942 -Transmission cycle of the parasite of Kala-azar was elucidated by Swaminath, Smith, Shortt and Anderson. 1945 -A Clinical Research Advisory Committee was appointed as a first step to enable greater attention being paid to clinical research and the development of research in medical colleges. -A Clinical Research Unit (the first research unit of IRFA attached to a medical institution) was established at the Indian Cancer Research Centre, Bombay. 1948 -Dr. C.G. Pandit was appointed as the first full time secretary of IRFA in July 1948. 1949 -IRFA was redesignated as the Indian Council of Medical Research (with Dr. C.G. Pandit as its first Director). The ICMR is funded by the Government of India through the Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.     The Council's research priorities coincide with the National health priorities such as control and management of communicable diseases, fertility control, maternal and child health, control of nutritional disorders, developing alternative strategies for health care delivery, containment within safety limits of environmental and occupational health problems; research on major non-communicable diseases like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, blindness, diabetes and other metabolic and haematological disorders; mental health research and drug research (including traditional remedies). All these efforts are undertaken with a view to reduce the total burden of disease and to promote health and well-being of the population. The Governing Body of the Council is presided over by the Union Health Minister. It is assisted in scientific and technical matters by a Scientific Advisory Board comprising eminent experts in different biomedical disciplines. The Board, in its turn, is assisted by a series of Scientific Advisory Groups, Scientific Advidsory Committees, Expert Groups, Task Forces, Steering Committees etc. which evaluate and moniter different research activities of the Council (chart). The Council promotes biomedical research in the country through intramural as well as extramural research. Over the decades, the base of extramural research and also its strategies have been expanded by the Council 

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