CSIR-CIMAP recruitment 2020 for Technical, Support & Administrative Posts

Important Dates:

  • Start date for Registration for Online Application: 4th March 2020.
  • Last date for registration for Online application: 2nd April 2020.
  • Last date for Fee Submission Online/Offline: 3rd April 2020.
  • Last date for Submission of Online Application: 7th April 2020.
  • Last date for Receipt of printout copy of application along with all relevant documents at CIMAP: 22nd April 2020.

Application Fee:

  • Application Fee for Unreserved category is Rs.100/-
  • The candidates belonging to SC/ST/Women/PWD/Abroad candidates and regular employees of CSIR are exempted from payment of application fee.

Vacancy Details:

Name of PostAge Limit ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATION
Sr. Technical Officer (2) (Plant Tissue Culture) 40 YearsM.Sc. in Botany/Biotechnology/ Biochemistry/ Plant Molecular Biology/ Life Sciences with 55% Marks and five years experience in a related area.
Sr. Technical Officer (2) (Agriculture Microbiology) 40 YearsM.Sc. in Agricultural Microbiology/ Biotechnology/ Microbiology with 55% Marks and five years experience in a related area.
Sr. Technical Officer (2) (Agronomy) 40 YearsM.Sc. in Agronomy with 55% marks and 5 years experience in Agronomic research, maintenance of farm and transfer of Agrotechnology.
Sr. Technical Officer (1) (Pilot Facility) 35 YearsM. Pharma in Pharmacognosy with 55% of marks and two years experience in a related area.
Sr. Technical Officer (1) (Business Development) 35 YearsBE/B.Tech in any discipline with 55% marks with two years of experience in marketing and finance.
Sr. Technical Officer (1) (Farm Management) 35 YearsM.Sc. in Agriculture (Agronomy/Economics) with 55% marks with two years of experience in the relevant area.
Sr. Technical Officer (1) (Agronomy) 35 YearsM.Sc.in Agronomy with 55% marks and two years experience in Agronomic research, maintenance of farm and transfer of Agrotechnology
Technical Assistant (GRM/GPB) 28 YearsFirst-class B.Sc. in Botany/ Agricultural Sciences/ Plant Sciences with one-year full-time professional qualification or one year experience in the relevant discipline from a recognized Institute/ Organization.
Technical Assistant (Photography/ Mass Communication) 28 Years1 st Class B.Sc.(Sci.) with one-year full-time professional qualification or one year experience in the relevant discipline from a recognized Institute/ Organization.
Technician (1) (Electrician) 28 YearsSSC/10th standard with Science subject with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Electrician/Electrical.
Technician (1) (Agronomy) 28 YearsSSC/10th standard with Science subject with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Pump Operator-cum Mechanic/ Mechanic Agriculture Machinery/ Mechanic (Tractor)/ Mechanic repair & maintenance of Heavy Vehicles.
Technician(1) (Electrician/ Boiler) 28 YearsSSC/10th standard with Science subject with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Electrician/ Electrical/ Boiler Attendant.
Technician (1) (HRD) 28 Years SSC/10th standard with Science subject with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Computer Programming/ Computer Operator and Programming Assistant/ Data Entry Operator
Technician (1) (Plant Protection)28 years SSC/10th standard with science subjects with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in the protection of Fruits and Vegetables.
Technician (1) (Publication/ Product Sale, Exhibition) 28 years SSC/10th standard with Science subject with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Publication/ Business Management.
Technician (1) (Library) 28 yearsSSC/10th standard with science subjects with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Library & Information Science Trade.
Technician (1) (Horticulture)28 yearsSSC/10th standard with science subjects with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized Institution in Horticulture
Technician (1) (Vehicle Maintenance/ Mechanical) 28 YearsSSC/10th standard with Science subjects with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in Mechanic Motor Vehicle/ Automobile/ Mechanic repair & maintenance of Heavy Vehicles.
Junior Secretariat Assistant (F&A) 28 Years10+2/XII or it’s equivalent to Commerce as one of the subjects and typing speed of 35 w.p.m. in English or 30 w.p.m. in Hindi on Computer. (35/30 words per minute correspond to 10500 KDPH/9000 KDPH on an average of 5 key depressions for each word; Time allowed-10 minutes).
Technical Assistant (Bioprospection) 28 Years1st class B.Sc.(Sci.) with one-year full-time professional qualification in the area of Biotechnology/Life Science/ Microbiology/ Biochemistry or one year experience in the relevant discipline from a recognized Institute/ Organization.
Technical Assistant (Extension) 28 Years1st class B.Sc.(Agri.) with one-year full-time professional qualification in Agriculture or one year experience in the relevant discipline from a recognized Institute/ Organization.
Technician (1) (Library) 28 YearsSSC/10th standard with Science subjects with 55% marks plus ITI certificate or National/State Trade Certificate or 2 years full-time experience as an apprentice training from a recognized institution in the Library & Information Science

Interested candidates can read the full notification before apply online for the job.

Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, popularly known as CIMAP, is a frontier plant research laboratory of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Established originally as Central Indian Medicinal Plants Organisation (CIMPO) in 1959, CIMAP is steering multidisciplinary high-quality research in biological and chemical sciences and extending technologies and services to the farmers and entrepreneurs of medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) with its research headquarter at Lucknow and Research Centres at Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pantnagar, and Purana. CIMAP Research Centres are aptly situated in different agro-climatic zones of the country to facilitate multi-location field trials and research. A little more than 50 years since its inception, today, CIMAP has extended its wings overseas with scientific collaboration agreements with Malaysia. CSIR-CIMAP has signed two agreements to promote bilateral cooperation between India and Malaysia in research, development, and commercialization of MAP related technologies. CIMAP’s contribution to the Indian economy through its MAPs research is well known. Mint varieties released and agro-packages developed and popularised by CIMAP has made India the global leader in mints and related industrial products. CIMAP has released several varieties of the MAPs, their complete agro-technology and post-harvest packages which have revolutionized MAPs cultivation and business scenario of the country. Recognizing the urgent need for stimulating research on medicinal plants in the country and for coordinating and consolidating some work already done by organizations like the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Indian Council of Medical Research, Tropical School of Medicine of Culcutta and various States Governments and Individual workers, the Council Scientific and Industrial Research approved in 1957 the establishment of the Central Indian Medicinal Plants Organization (CIMPO) with the following objectives. ‘To co-ordinate and channelize along fruitful directions the present activities in the field of medicinal plants carried out by the various agencies, State Governments, etc., to develop the already existing medicinal plants resources of India, to bring under cultivation some of the important medicinal plants in great demand and also to introduce the cultivation into the country of exotic medicinal plants of high yielding active principal content’ It was further decided that as the work on all aspects of the cultivation of aromatics plants was identical with all the cultivation of medicinal plants, the aromatic plants should also be covered within the scope of CIMPO. The Essential Oils Research Committee functioning under the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research was then dissolved and its activities took over by CIMPO. The Organization started functioning with effect from 26 March 1959 with the appointment of late Shri P.M. Nabar its first Officer Incharge.

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