The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) is currently recruiting Indian nationals for filling up 60 posts in medical and non-medical fields at its institutes/centres at various locations in India. Also Read - 'We Need Jobs': Twitterati Marks PM Modi's Birthday As 'National Unemployment Day', Here's Why

Posts are available in the following branches: Also Read - Students Still Pissed? After Mann Ki Baat, All of PM Modi's Videos Are Getting Massively Disliked on YouTube

  1. Medical/Epidemiology
  2. Veterinary Science
  3. Life Science
  4. Biostatistics
  5. Anthropology/Social Behavioral Science

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Scientist- B (Medical/Epidemiology): Candidates should possess an MBBS degree recognised by the Medical Council of India.

Scientist -B (Veterinary Science): Candidates should have B V Sc and AH degree recognised by the Veterinary Council of India.

Scientist – B (Life Science): Candidates should have a Master’s degree in life sciences/nutrition/biochemistry/biotechnology/physiology/microbiology/entomology/environmental sciences/molecular biology/lab science/pharmaceutical science.

Or the candidates should have acquired a second class M Sc/relevant postgraduate degree and a Ph D degree in a relevant subject.

Scientist- B (Biostatistics): Candidates should have a first class Master’s degree in biostatistics.

Or candidates should have acquired a second class M Sc/relevant postgraduate degree and a Ph D degree in a relevant subject.

Scientist- B (Anthropology/Social Behavioral Science): Candidates should have acquired a first class Master’s degree in sociology/medical social work. Or candidates should have acquired a second class M Sc and a Ph D degree in a relevant subject.

Interested candidates can apply by downloading the form from the official website of the Indian Council of Medical Research given as follows: http://icmr.nic.in.

The last date to submit applications is August 30, 2014 by 5 pm.

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