Recruitment in CDRI Lucknow 2015 For 21 Scientist & Senior Scientist Post


CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh posted a recruitment advertisement to invite all eligible Indian Candidates to apply for the post of 21 Scientist & Senior Scientist Post in 2015.

Table of Contents:
 1 Post Details
 2 Salary Details
 3 Eligibility
 4 Selection Procedure
 4.1 Application Fee
 4.2 How to Apply
 5 About Company/Institution
 6 Latest News

Advertisement no. – 04/2015
Date of advertisement – 23/11/2015
Commencement of online registration – 23/11/2015
Last date to apply online  – 05/02/2016

CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute Recruitment 2015

Into the table below you can see the name of the post, the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute.

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 Name of the postTotal  
 Scientist14
 Senior Scientist07

Total number of post – 21

Scale of Pay for Scientist & Senior Scientist

  • Scientist Rs.15600-39100/-(PB-3)+Grade Pay Rs.6600/-
  • Senior Scientist Rs.15600-39100/-(PB-3) Grade Pay Rs.6600/-

Eligibility Terms

Age: 32 to 37 years (as on 05/02/2015)

Education: Ph.D. (submitted), M.D in Pathology

Experience: work experience in post-Doctoral experience must be in the regulatory studies in relevant field.

Selection Procedure

  • Written Test
  • Interview

Application Fee

Category Amount 
 GenRs.100/-
 SC/STNil

Note* – The application fee should be paid by online mode.

How to Apply for Vacancy in CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute

  1. Download the Advertisement
  2. Read the Advertisement Carefully
  3. Register Online
  4. Complete Application Form
  5. Submit the Fee
  6. Print the Complete Application Form & Fee Receipt

The Director, CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute,
Sector 10, Jankipuram Extension, Sitapur Road,
Lucknow – 226031, Uttar Pradesh, India

About the CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute

Name of the CompanyCSIR-Central Drug
Research Institute
Established1951
TypeAutonomous
DirectorDr.Madhu Dikshit
CampusUrban
LocationLucknow, India
Websitehttp://www.cdriindia.org/home.asp

Latest News of CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute

  1. New herbal hope for diabetics – 

    Lucknow, Oct 27: For those having high blood sugar levels and are on antibiotics for long, state-owned National Botanical Garden Institute (NBRI) here has come up with a herbal and healthy option.”We have developed a medicine for Type-II diabetes patients on Ayurvedic method, which does not have any side effect,” Senior Principal Scientist A K S Rawat told PTI today.Generally antigens affect body organs on the long run. But this drug contains anti-oxidants, which help in rebuilding process, he said.Rawat said the initiative was taken by NBRI Director C S Nautiyal.(Also Read: Indians and Diabetes: Managing a Growing Epidemic)

    He said the drug has been introduced in tablet form. The Ayurvedic drug has been named ‘BGR-34′ and may cost Rs 500 for 100 tablets.”If taken for a longer period, it may also reduce dependence on insulin,” Rawat said.A combination of natural extracts, the drug has been jointly developed by two CSIR laboratories — NBRI and the Central Institute for Medicinal and Aromatic Plant (CIMAP) — both in Lucknow.NBRI has given permission to a Delhi-based pharmaceutical firm for commercial manufacturing and marketing of the medicine.”The drug has extracts from four plants mentioned in Ayurveda and that makes it safe,” Rawat said.

    He said tests carried on animals and related scientific study found it to be safe and effective with clinical trials showing 67 per cent success.Rawat said the drug improves immune system and works as an antioxidant.”Normally persistent use of antibiotics affect kidney, liver and heart, but this is not the case with this herbal drug,” he said.Though there are other anti-diabetic herbal drugs in the market, BGR-34 has been validated scientifically.The drug will help maintain normal blood glucose levels, reduce chances of complications due to persistent high blood glucose levels and impart a good quality life to patients with high blood sugar levels.Rawat said diabetes mellitus was a complex metabolic disorder resulting from either insulin insufficiency or insulin dysfunction.

    Type-II diabetes is the more common form of diabetes accounting for 90 per cent of the diabetic population.The prevalence of diabetes has increased ten-fold between 1971 and 2000.”It is estimated that 61.3 million people aged 20-79 years live with diabetes in India (2011 estimates). This number is expected to increase to 101.2 million by 2030. 77.2 million people in India are said to have pre-diabetes,” Rawat said.Therefore, considering the prevalence and emergence of herbal drugs based on traditional knowledge, CSIR-National Botanical research Institute and CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants developed a scientifically validated herbal combination for management of diabetes conditions, he added.

    Rawat said the drug improves immune system and works as an antioxidant.”Normally persistent use of antibiotics affect kidney, liver and heart, but this is not the case with this herbal drug,” he said.Though there are other anti-diabetic herbal drugs in the market, BGR-34 has been validated scientifically.The drug will help maintain normal blood glucose levels, reduce chances of complications due to persistent high blood glucose levels and impart a good quality life to patients with high blood sugar levels.Rawat said diabetes mellitus was a complex metabolic disorder resulting from either insulin insufficiency or insulin dysfunction.Type-II diabetes is the more common form of diabetes accounting for 90 per cent of the diabetic population.The prevalence of diabetes has increased ten-fold between 1971 and 2000.

    “It is estimated that 61.3 million people aged 20-79 years live with diabetes in India (2011 estimates). This number is expected to increase to 101.2 million by 2030. 77.2 million people in India are said to have pre-diabetes,” Rawat said.Therefore, considering the prevalence and emergence of herbal drugs based on traditional knowledge, CSIR-National Botanical research Institute and CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants developed a scientifically validated herbal combination for management of diabetes conditions, he added.

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