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ICAR-CPCRI Recruitment 2022: Apply for Research Fellow Post; Check Salary and Details Below

Company - Indian Council of Agricultural Research
Openings - 1

The ICAR-CPCRI (Central Plantation Crops Research Institute) Regional Station, Kayamkulam is looking for eligible candidates for Research Fellow (RF) position.  Details regarding the same is given below.

ICAR Recruitment 2022: Important Details

Date of Notification: 29th Nov 2022

Last Date of Notification: 15th December 2022

Place of Interview: ICAR-CPCRI Regional Station, Kayamkaulam

Vacancy Details

Project Fellow: 01 post

Name of the Scheme: Project entitled “Demonstration of Kalpa Vardhini as Component of integrated nutrient management in coconut under CDB.”

Place of Work: ICAR-CPCRI Regional Station, Kayamkulam

Nature of Work: The work involves systematic recording of nut setting observations from the project sites, Soil and leaf sampling and estimation of soil, physical, chemical, biological properties, leaf nutrient and biochemical analysis.

Duration of the Job: For a period of 03 years or up to closure of the Project, whichever is earlier.

Education qualification:

M.Sc. Chemistry/ Biochemistry

Age limit:

35 years for men and 40 years for women as on the date of interview. (Relaxation to SC/ST/OBC candidate.) as per rule.


Salary: Rs. 25,000/-

Selection criteria & How to apply?

The candidates fulfilling the above eligibility criteria (qualification) may attend the Written Test and Walk-in-Interviews. They should bring with them original certificates in proof of educational qualifications, age and experience. Those who qualify in written test will only be permitted to attend the interview. No TA will be paid for the journey for attending the interview.

Important Information:

The project involves intensive travel related work including field visit in different locations of Kerala.

For further information visit the official website.


The Indian Central Coconut Committee took control of the Kasaragod, Kerala-based Coconut Research Station in 1948 after it had been founded by the then-Government of Madras in 1916. As one of the agricultural research institutions of the National Agricultural Research System (NARS) under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, the Central Plantation Crops Research Institute (CPCRI) was founded in 1970. (ICAR). At the time of its founding, the Institute was given the authority to conduct research on spices, cocoa, cashew, coconut and arecanut. Later, CPCRI was unlinked from the research on cashew, oil palm, and spices to create distinct institutions. The institute's current mission is to carry out research on cocoa, coconut and arecanut.


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