Coffee Board Recruitment for Technical Assistants at Bangalore, Last Date – 31 July 2020

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Job Positions

  • Technical Assistants

Job Details

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Job Type

Contract / C2H

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Number of Openings

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Joining Time

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Desired Experience



20000 per month

Qualification Criteria

  • Essential: MSc in Food Science & Technology/ Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Biotechnology/ Analytical Instrumentation.
  • Desirable: Food / Research Laboratory work experience with knowledge and handson experience in handling laboratory equipment and sample preparation.

Skills Requirement

Key Skills

Food / Research Laboratory work experience

Job Description

  • Coffee Board invites applications for the post of two Technical Assistants purely on temporary and contractual basis at Coffee Quality Division of Coffee Board, Bengaluru.
  • Application will be accepted till 31st July, 2020
  • Emoluments: ₹20,000 per month (Fixed)

Important Instructions

How to Apply ?

Please read all job details clearly and apply exactly as mentioned below only if you meet eligibility criteria.


Last Date to Apply: 31/07/2020

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Coffee Board

About Company: (Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India)

The saga of Indian coffee began on a humble note, with planting of ‘Seven seeds’ of ‘Mocha’ during 1600 AD by the legendary holy saint Baba Budan, in the courtyard of his hermitage on‘Baba Budan Giris’ in Karnataka. For quite a considerable period, the plants remained as a garden curiosity and spread slowly as back yard plantings. It was during 18th century that the commercial plantations of coffee were started, thanks to the success of British entrepreneurs in conquering the hostile forest terrain in south India. Since then, Indian coffee industry has made rapid strides and earned a distinct identity in the coffee map of the world.

In the interim, the coffee industry in India has experienced great fluctuations in fortunes. Initially the spread of commercial Arabica plantations was rapid in the hills of present day Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu states, till 1860’s. Within next few years, major out breaks of pests and diseases like white stem borer, green bug and leaf rust posed a serious threat to the flourishing coffee industry. The continuous ravages of white stem borer and leaf rust spelled doom for Arabica plantations whose area started declining alarmingly. This necessitated introduction of tolerant robusta from Indo-China region towards the 1900’s and initiation of research efforts to search for remedial measures.
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