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Department of Biotechnology

Dr. Y. S. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry Nauni-Solan-173230-HP

Project / Training in Bioinformatics

 Duration : 15th February to 15th June, Every Year ( 4 months)

No. of Seats : 10 (7 H. P students + 3 Non H. P. students)

Fees : i) B. Sc/ B. Tech.  Rs. 5000/- per month + Rs 1250/- for every extra week

ii) M. Sc/ M. Tech. / Ph. D  Rs. 7,000/- per month. Rs. 3000/- for wet lab experimentation per week

Last date of application: 5th January , Every Year

Selection Procedure:

  1. Applicants should apply along with Biodata through their Head of the Department to the Professor & Head, Deptt. of Biotechnology, Dr. Y. S. Parmar University of Horticulture and ForestryNauni-Solan-173230-HP.

  2. Application should accompany the bench fee in the shape of bank draft/ cheque at par in favour of Comptroller, UHF payable at SBOP/UCO bank Nauni.

  3. H.P. students should submit the Himachal Bonafide certificate with the application.

  4. List of candidates will be drawn on merit basis and selected candidates will be informed accordingly.

  5. Bench fee of those candidates who are not selected will be returned as such.

  6. Bench fee will be forfeited if the selected candidate do not join.

  7. After selection of the candidate to a particular training the request for shifting to other training will not be considered.

  8. Final selection of the candidate will be on first come first serve basis and conveyed accordingly.


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