PPVFRA Recruitment 2019-2020 Notification
Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights Authority (Plant Authority) 11 SRF & Technical Assistant Vacancies Notification 2019 on www.currentgovtjobs.com
Master’s Degree / Horticulture specialisation equivalent qualifiers may attend the walk-in Interview for SRF & Technical Assistant Jobs in Plant Authority. ((Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India) has invited application for to attend the walk- interview to fill Senior Research Fellow (SRF) and Technical Assistant (TA) position.
Plant Authority Recruitment 2019 – Walk in for SRF & Technical Assistant Posts : Protection Of Plant Varieties And Farmers’ Rights Authority, (Plant Authority). Eligible candidates may attend the walk-in interview on 14-08-2019. All Other details like posts, education qualification, age, pay, how to apply regarding this Plant Authority recruitment are given below for informational purpose only in interest of fresh job seekers, have a look..
|Name of the Posts||No of Posts||EMOLUMENTS OR FELLOWSHIP/ MONTH|
|SRF & Technical Assistant||02||₹35,000 + HRA as applicable|
|Technical Assistant||01||Rs/. 25000|
|Senior Research Fellow (SRF)||02||Rs/. 35,000 + HRA as applicable|
|Technical Assistant||01||Consolidated ₹25,000|
|Senior Research Fellow (SRF)||02||RS/. 35,000 HRA as applicable|
|Senior Research Fellow (SRF)||01||Rs/. 35,000 + HRA as applicable|
# Conditions of Eligibility:
|Hybrid Seed Production/ DUS characterization and testing of Parental lines of Maize and Oil Seeds Crops||SRF/ Technical Assistant||Master’s Degree in Genetics/Plant Breeding/ Plant Genetic Resources/Plant Biotechnology|
|Stability Assessment Hybrid Seed Production/DUS characterization of Parental Lines for Cereals (except Maize &Rice), Pulses and Vegetable crops.||SRF/ Technical Assistant||Horticulture specialisation in Genetics & Plant Breeding, 2 years experience on research project.|
|Stability Analysis/Hybrid Seed Production/DUS characterization of Parental Lines for Rice and Cotton||SRF/ Technical Assistant||B.Sc. in Agriculture /Life Sciences/ Botany with 2 years of experience in Field testing of crops/trial and data recording|
|Stability Assessment Hybrid Seed Production/DUS characterization of Parental Lines for Cereals (except Maize &Rice), Pulses and Vegetable crops||SRF/ Technical Assistant||Master’s Degree in Genetics/Plant Breeding/ Plant Genetic Resources/Plant Biotechnology /Horticulture specialisation in Genetics & Plant Breeding, 2 years experience on research project|
Plant Authority Recruitment : Age Limit
|For Gen/ UR Candidates||Maximum 35 years|
|Relaxation ( in Upper age limit )||05 years for SC/ST candidates
03 years for OBC candidates
#How to Apply
|Eligible candidates may appear for interview bring a copy of biodata, original certificates, self-attested photocopies of all the required certificates from matriculation onwards and recent passport sized photograph. The original- or provisional master’s degree to be brought while attending the interview. . The walk-in interview will be held at the following venue & date:-
ABOUT THE PPVFR AUTHORITY
|In order to provide for the establishment of an effective system for protection of plant varieties, the rights of farmers and plant breeders and to encourage the development of new varieties of plants it has been considered necessary to recognize and protect the rights of the farmers in respect of their contribution made at any time in conserving, improving and making available plant genetic resources for the development of the new plant varieties. Moreover to accelerate agricultural development, it is necessary to protect plants breeders’ rights to stimulate investment for research and development for the development of new plant varieties.
Such protection is likely to facilitate the growth of the seed industry which will ensure the availability of high quality seeds and planting material to the farmers. India having ratified the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of the Intellectual Property Rights has to make provision for giving effect to Agreement. To give effect to the aforesaid objectives the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights Act, 2001 has been enacted in India.