Assam Career 2024 : IASST Guwahati Recruitment 2024

Job Opportunity: Project Research Scientist-I (Non-Medical) at IASST Guwahati

About IASST Guwahati: The Institute of Advanced Study in Science & Technology (IASST) located in Guwahati, Assam, is a premier research institute engaged in cutting-edge scientific research. IASST is currently seeking applications from qualified candidates for the position of Project Research Scientist-I (Non-Medical) under a project aimed at developing an improved antivenom against venomous snakes in Northeast India.

Position: Project Research Scientist-I (Non-Medical)

No. of Posts: 1

Project Title: Preparation of an Improved Antivenom against Non-Big Four Venomous Snakes of NE India

Essential Qualification:

  • First Class M.Sc./M.Tech with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent CGPA in Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Life Sciences, Zoology, or related fields.
  • Two years of research experience for M.Sc. candidates, demonstrated by publications in peer-reviewed journals.

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in any of the mentioned fields.
  • Experience in developing diagnostics, point-of-care biosensors for healthcare, protein purification and characterization, or snake venom biochemistry.

Fellowship & Other Facilities:

  • Monthly fellowship of Rs. 56,000/- plus HRA (9%) without additional allowances.
  • Medical facilities will be provided as per the institute’s rules.
  • Residential accommodation inside the campus may be available, subject to availability.

Age Limit: Not exceeding 35 years as of the last date of application. Age relaxation applicable as per Government of India rules.

How to Apply: Interested candidates meeting the eligibility criteria are required to apply online through the official website of IASST ( by 19th March 2024.

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This is an excellent opportunity for individuals with a strong background in life sciences to contribute to cutting-edge research aimed at addressing public health challenges posed by venomous snakes in Northeast India.

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