Research Assistant

Posted on 28-Feb-2017 by : Tea Research Association (TRA)
Assam
1-2 Lakhs
Walk-in

Job Summary

2 Openings
None
Ceramics/ Marble/ Glass/ Rubber
Graduation

Job Description

The Government of Assam, the Tea Walk-in for Research Association (TRA) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 2 Research Assistant Post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification Research Assistant posting, are eligible to apply for Tea Research Association (TRA) Research Assistant posts Recruitment 2016-17.

Educational qualification for the Tea Research Association (TRA) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Graduate preferably in Life Science from a recognized University Tea Research Association (TRA) recruitment 2017.

More Details Readings for Tea Research Association (TRA) Research Assistant posts vacancies

Name of the Organization: Tea Research Association (TRA)

Total no of vacancies: 2 posts

Official Website: www.tocklai.net

Location of Exam centers: Jorhat

Name of the Post (Designation): Research Assistant

Educational Qualification:  Graduate preferably in Life Science from a recognized University.

Pay scale:  7000-10000/- Per Month + 10% HRA.

Age Limit: As per rules

Selection process: Walk-in based interview

Imp Venue: Neem Hall, Tocklai Tea Research Institute

Imp Dates:

The last date for receipt of applications & Date of interview 7th March 2017

 


Roles & Responsibilities

     Assists the sr. research assistant or other research investigators by performing moderately complex research and experimentation following established protocols; performs routine lab and equipment maintenance, such as cleaning glassware, counter tops, and equipment; sets-up and


Company Profile

The beginning of a new era of tea research in India was marked by the establishment of the Scientific Department of Indian Tea Association (ITA) in the year 1900. This was consolidated with the creation of the Tocklai Experimental Station in 1911. The formation of the Tea Research Association (TRA) in 1964 with Tocklai at the centre of all activities further expanded the horizon of tea research to cover the entire Northeast India. Research on all aspects of tea cultivation and processing is carried out at Tocklai Experimental station, Jorhat the oldest and the largest research station of its kind in the world. Transfer of technology to its member estates is carried out through its advisory network covering 1076 tea estates occupying 3,41,049 ha of land spread over The South Bank, North Bank, Upper Assam, Cachar, Tripura, Dooars, Darjeeling and Terai. Tocklai has its substation at Nagrakata. Membership is voluntary

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