Central Silk Board Assam Recruitment 2022: Eligible candidates are invited for walk-in-interview for the post of one Project Assistant at Project Monitoring Cell (PMC) in MESSO, Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, Guwahati
Central Silk Board Assam Recruitment 2022
|Project Assistant||M.Sc. (Bio Science)||Rs.30000/- (Consolidated)||28 years (relaxation as per Govt. Rules)|
- Age limit: Not more than 28 years as on the dated of interview (relaxation of 5 years for the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes / OBC, Physically Handicapped applicants).
- No TA/DA will be provided to attend the interview.
- The project Assistant shall be ready to work on tour in the project implementing areas of North Eastern States as and when required and having good knowledge in Computer works.
- The above mentioned position is purely temporary on contractual basis and is co-terminus with the project. Further claim for any post will not be entertained thereafter.
- Canvassing in any form will lead to cancellation of candidature.
- The decision of Scientist-D & Head shall be final and bonding in all respect.
- Incomplete documents will summarily be rejected.
- Reporting time at 9:00 AM at respective venue.
The interview will be conducted on 29.08.2022 at 10 AM at the following venue:
Address: Muga Eri Silkworm Seed Organization, Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India CSB Complex, Reshom Nagar, Khanapara, Guwahati-781022. The eligible candidates are advised to be present at the venue by 9:00 AM with originals and attested photocopies of all Certificates and Degrees from 10th onwards and a passport size photograph. No admission will be allowed after 12 Noon.
Eligible candidates are invited for walk-in-interview for the post of one Project Assistant at P2 Eri Basic Seed Farm, Topatoli, Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, Guwahati. The interview will be conducted on 02.09 2022 (Friday) at 10 AM in the following venue:
Venue: P2 Eri Basic Seed Farm, Topatoli, Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, Guwahati -782403
The eligible candidates are advised to be present at the venue by 9:00 AM with originals and attested photocopies of all Certificates and Degrees along with a passport size photograph. No admission will be allowed after 12 Noon.
|Project Assistant||B. Sc. (Three/Four years full time degree)|
Desirable Qualification: PG Diploma in Sericulture and experience in
Remuneration per month
- Rs.15000/- with Full time B.Sc or above & Rs. 20000/- with Full time B.Sc. and PGD in sericulture
- Not more than 28 years as on the dated of interview (relaxation of 5 years for the schedule caste/schedule tribes / OBC, physically handicapped applicants)
The above mentioned position is purely temporary on contractual basis and is co-terminus with the project. Further claim for any post will not be entertained thereafter.
Central Silk Board Assam Website?
Central Silk Board Assam Address?
Central Muga Eri Research and Training Institute (CMER&TI)
Lahdoigarh- 785700, Jorhat (Assam)
Where is headquarter of Central Silk Board is situated?
The Central Silk Board (CSB) is a Statutory Body, established during 1948, by an Act of Parliament (Act No. LXI of 1948). It functions under the administrative control of the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, having head quarter at Bangalore
About Central Silk Board
Central Muga Eri Research & Training Institute is a R&D Institute in the field of muga, eri and oak tasar culture. It is under the control of Central Silk Board, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India. The institute has been successfully undertaking entire gamut of R&D activities to cater the needs of the on-farm and post-cocoon sector of Muga, Eri and Oak tasar sericulture. Muga and Eri culture is a rural based industry of all the North Eastern states and parts of West Bengal, while as Oak tasar culture is practiced in Manipur.
Ericulture, of late, has spread to other parts of the country owing to its gainful additional income generating potential to the castor and tapioca cultivators. In recent years, infrastructural facilities have been strengthened in the institute for conducting basic and applied research in the frontier areas. The priority of the research activities is based on the evaluation of cost effective technologies towards increasing the productivity of Muga, Eri and Oak tasar silkworms and thereby transforming these cultures from the state of traditional culture to a profit making and sustainable enterprises.
Muga, the golden silk is a wonderful gift of nature, known for its glossy fine texture and durability. Due to its low porosity, the Muga yarn cannot be bleached or dyed and its natural golden color is retained. This silk can be hand-washed with its luster increasing after every wash. The silk is obtained from semi domesticated silk worm viz. Antheraea assamensis. The Muga mekhela-chador is a traditional dress of Assamese women for Bihu dances and weddings. It is in demand in Japan to make kimonos, and also high demand in countries like U.S., Greece, Germany, South Africa and France. The golden-yellow Muga silk of Assam has been granted Geographical Indication (GI) registration by the GI Registry in Chennai. It has been identified as a silk of given quality, reputation and characteristic, attributable to the geographical area of Assam since time immemorial.
Eri silk, also known as Endi or Errandi, is a spun from open-ended cocoons, unlike other varieties of silk. Eri silk is the product of the domesticated multivoltine silkworm, Samia ricini that feeds mainly on castor leaves. This silk behaves like cotton and warmth like wool. Due to its coarseness, eri silk yarn can be blended with other yarns and made suitable for manufacturing of all varieties of fabrics, lighter to heavy fabrics, inner ware, dress material, ornamental fabric, thicker fabric like chadder, wall hangings, furnishings and hosiery fabric etc.
North Eastern Region of India with tropical to temperate climate holds indomitable positions in the global sericultural map having all the four varieties of silk viz. Mulberry, Oak Tasar, Eri and Muga. Sericulture in this region provides gainful occupation to nearly about 1.80 lakh families. However, the strength of the region lies mainly with muga and eri culture. Eri culture is mainly practiced in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur of North East India. Of course, now-a-days this culture is spreading to certain non-traditional states of India viz., Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa and Sikkim. The largest share (above 90%) of eri silk production of India is contributed from N.E. India and it shares 77% of the total non-mulberry raw silk produced in the country.
In producing golden yellow muga silk, Assam, the easternmost state of the Indian Union, has the unique distinction, though wild counterpart of muga silkworm is found in the foothills of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh. A good number of allied species of Antheraea are also found in NE India in their natural habitat.In order to provide R&D support in muga and eri silk industry in North East India, Central Silk Board (CSB), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India established Central Muga Eri Research Station at Titabar, Assam in 1972, which was later bifurcated into Regional Sericultural Research Station, Titabar for mulberry research and Regional Muga Research Station (shifted to Boko) during 1982 for exclusive research on muga. Again during 1987, CSB established an exclusive Research and Training Institute for muga and named as Central Muga Research & Training Institute at Lahdoigarh, Jorhat. It came into being as a full-fledged Research & Training Institute in 1999 and during the same year, it was renamed as Central Muga Eri Research & Training Institute with a mandate to serve as the apex R&D institute for both muga and eri.