ICAR Recruitment 2023 Apply Online – Project Associate, Field Worker, Young Professional | Govt Jobs in Odisha 2023

ICAR Recruitment 2023 – ICAR NRRI Cuttack Recruitment 2023 – National Rice Research Institute Cuttack has recently published a latest job notification for the post of Project Associate, Field Worker, Young Professional posts through walk-in mode.

You will find complete information about this ICAR NRRI Cuttack Recruitment 2023 complete details like – all educational qualification, age limit, selection process, number of vacancies, job location, important dates and other eligibility criteria in this recruitment. If you have any questions or doubt you can ask anything comments from below.

ICAR Recruitment 2023

Who Can ApplyAll Odisha Candidates
GenderBoth Male & Female Candidates
Job TypeOdisha Govt Jobs 2023

ICAR Recruitment 2023 Posts Name

  • Project Associate
  • Field Worker
  • Young Professional

ICAR Recruitment 2023 Salary Details

1. Project Associate : Rs – 25,000 /- Per Month

2. Field Worker : Rs – 18,000 /- Per Month

3. Young Professional : Rs – 35,000 /- Per Month

ICAR Recruitment 2023 Age Limits

Candidate Minimum Age : 21 Years

Candidate Maximum Age : 35, 45 & 50 Years

ICAR Recruitment 2023 Educational Qualification

1. Project Associate : 

● M.Sc Agriculture / Biotechnology / Botany from a recognized University.

2. Field Worker : 

● B.Sc Honours in Botany / Zoology / Biotechnology from a recognized University.

3. Young Professional : 

● M.Sc Agriculture / Biotechnology / Botany from a recognized University.

How to Apply ICAR Recruitment 2023

Walk in Interview

Interview Location – ICAR-NRRI, Cuttack

Interview Dates Posts Wise

1. Project Associate – 19 December 2023

2. Field Worker – 20 December 2023

3. Young Professional – 22 December 2023

Other Details

Application fees – Nill For All Candidates

Job Location – Cuttack

Terms & Conditions: –

  1. The above position(s) is/are purely temporary and is co-terminus with the scheme/project. The service of appointed candidate will stand terminated automatically after expiry of the scheme/project or completion of period indicated in the selection offer, whichever is earlier and the candidate will not have any right for absorption in NRRI/ICAR. The above age limits are relaxable for SC, ST and OBC candidates as per Govt./ of India norms.
  2. Eligible & desirous candidates are advised to bring one recent passport size photograph, original educational certificates (matriculation onwards) along with Xerox copy & experience certificate of relevant subject (as per advertisement) for appearing in walk-in-interview comprising written-cum-personal interview on prescribed date, time and place.
  3. Director, ICAR-NRRI reserves the right to increase / decrease the number of position(s) and also to cancel the recruitment process for the position mentioned above. Director’s decision will be final and binding in all aspects.
  4. No TA and DA for appearing in the interview are admissible.
  5. Canvassing in any form will render the candidate disqualified for the position.
  6. If currently employed, then the candidate will have to furnish no-objection certificate from the current employer for appearing in the interview.
  7. No candidate will be entertained strictly after 10.00 a.m.

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ICAR/NRRI Recruitment 2023 FAQs

Q1. Where is the headquarter of NRRI?

Ans. National Rice Research Institute – Cuttack, Odisha.

Q2. How many agricultural research institutes are there in India?

Ans. There is a total of 64 Indian institutes of Agricultural research, which are listed below: Central Island Agricultural Research Institute, Port Blair. Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur.

Q3. Which is the largest rice research institute in Odisha?

Ans. The National Rice Research Institute has been established since 1966 under Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) but it was setup on April 23, 1946 at Bidhyadharpur, Cuttack, Odisha with an experimental farm land of 60 hectares.

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