ICMR Recruitment 2020: Indian Council of Medical Research has given the job notification for the Recruitment of Junior Research Fellowship Vacancies. As per the ICMR Recruitment, candidates having qualifications of M.Sc or MA are eligible. Eligible and interested candidates, who are willing to acquire the job may apply within the last date as noticed in the official notification. Hopeful aspirants can check other information like selection process, application fee and more details as mentioned below. All the job seekers and aspirants, who are looking to be employed in the field of government sector may keep visiting our official webpage for further more job notification over ICMR, as listed below.
Indian Council of Medical Research has announced the Recruitment Notification to fulfill the 150 Junior Research Fellowship Vacancies. Candidates, who have acquired qualifications of M.Sc or MA are eligible to apply. Interested aspirants can apply online as noticed in the scheduled dates as mentioned in the official notification. However, hopeful aspirants can view other information like Eligibility Criteria, Age limit, Selection process and more details as discussed below.
Total No. of Vacancies: 150
|Name of the Post||Educational Qualifications||No. of Vacancies|
|Junior Research Fellowship||M.Sc or MA or it's equivalent||150|
How to Apply:
|Starting Date to Apply Online||27th April 2020|
|Last Date to Apply Online||27th May 2020|
To Download Official Notification: CLICK HERE
To Apply Online: CLICK HERE
About the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR): Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) was incorporated in the year 1911 and its headquarters is located in New Delhi, India. ICMR is one of the oldest and largest medical research bodies in the world and it is the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination, and promotion of biomedical research. The Government of India set up the Indian Research Fund Association (IRFA) with the specific objective of sponsoring and coordinating medical research in the country. After independence, several important changes were made in the organization and the activities of the IRFA and it was renamed to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in 1949.
The ICMR is funded by the Government of India through the Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. ICMR's 26 national institutes address themselves to research on specific health topics like tuberculosis, leprosy, cholera and diarrhoeal diseases, viral diseases including AIDS, malaria, etc. Its 6 regional medical research centers address themselves to regional health problems and also aim to strengthen or generate research capabilities in different geographic areas of the country. ICMR also provides international fellowship program for research and training and exposure of Indian biomedical scientists in various countries. ICMR is conducting a nationwide survey to monitor the majority of the indicators requested under the Global Monitoring Framework for NCDs.
ICMR conducts, coordinate and implements medical research for the benefit of the Society and translating medical innovations into products/processes and introducing them into the public health system. The ICMR also funds task force studies that emphasize a time-bound, goal-oriented approach with clearly defined targets, specific time frames, standardized and uniform methodologies, and often a multicentric structure. Open-ended research is conducted on the basis of applications for grants-in-aid received from scientists in Non-ICMR Research Institutes, Medical Colleges, and Universities located in different parts of the country.
ICMR vision is to translating research into action for Improving the Health of the Population and the mission is to generate, manage and disseminate new knowledge, increase focus on research on the health problems of the vulnerable, the disadvantaged and marginalized sections of the society, encourage innovations and translation related to diagnostics, treatment, methods/vaccines for prevention and inculcate a culture of research n academia especially medical colleges and other health research institutions by strengthening infrastructure and human resource. ICMR is taking substantial actions towards all nationally relevant health research areas.