NIN Hyderabad Admission Form 2016
National Institute of Nutrition has advertised their admission notice against NIN Hyderabad M.Sc Admission Form 2016. Applicants those who wanted to take admission in National Institute of Nutrition can start applying via offline mode. Hard copy of candidates should be submitted on or before 11th July, 2016. More information related to NIN Hyderabad Admission 2016 is mentioned below.
National Institute of Nutrition Hyderabad offers various UG, PG, Diploma and Ph. D courses but currently admission process is on for M.Sc course for the academic session of 2016-2018.
Applicants must have passed B.Sc (Nutrition)/B.Sc (Home Science)/ MBBS/ B.Sc (with Biochemistry or Nutrition as one of the major subjects)/ B.Sc Nursing from a reputed University recognized by MCI (for MBBS passed)
Total number of seats
There are total 16 seats empty on which candidates can take admission at National Institute of Nutrition Hyderabad.
Age limit of willing candidates will be calculated as on 31st Dec, 2016 as 50 years maximum.
03 years of age relaxation will be allowed to SC/ST category candidates.
Payment of application fee will be done via demand draft drawn in favour of “The Director, NIN” payable at Hyderabad
Way of applying
Applicants are asked to deliver hard copy of their dully filled application form in its preset format along with attachment of demand on below mentioned address:
Address for Correspondence
To The HoD,
Publication, Extension and Training Division,
National Institute of Nutrition,
Jamai-Osmania P.O., Hyderabad-500007,
Format of application form can be obtained at Head of the Dept., Extension & Training Division, National Institute of Nutrition, Jamai-Osmania PO, near Tamaka Flyover, Hyderabad-500007
17th June, 2016 is the starting date for applying via offline mode
11th July, 2016 is the ending date for applying via offline mode
About NIN Hyderabad
National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) was founded in year 1918. The following centers also started functioning at NIN in later years: National Nutrition Monitoring Bureau (NNMB) in 1972, Food and Drug Toxicology Research Centre (FDTRC) in 1971 and National Centre for Laboratory Animal Sciences (NCLAS) in 1976. NIN has attained global recognition for its pioneering studies on various aspects of nutrition research, with special reference to protein energy malnutrition (PEM).