Junior Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry, NIT Srinagar: Molecular Engineering on Porphyrins Skeleton to Develop Novel Nanotweezers and Nanocalipers for Carbon Nanotube Extraction

Job / Vacancy Code : EMPV716184V

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Work Level
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Job / Vacancy Locations
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NIT Srinagar, India
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Number of Vacancies
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1
Date of Posting
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22-04-2022
Last Date to Apply
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10-05-2022
Date of Start of Employment
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-
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Essential: M.Sc. in Chemistry with minimum 60% aggregate marks (CGPA?6.5/10) to qualify under Open/OBC category and minimum 55% aggregate marks (CGPA?6.0) for candidates under SC/ST/PWD category. Must have Qualified CSIR-UGC NET or GATE Desirable: Candidates with organic specialization and experience in synthetic Organic/Porphyrin Chemistry will be preferred
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NIT Srinagar, Hazratbal, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, 190006, Jammu and Kashmir,Srinagar,190006
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Applications are invited from motivated and eligible candidates for the position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) to work on a Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology, Government of India funded research project (EEQ/2021/000754) entitled “Molecular Engineering on Porphyrins Skeleton to Develop Novel Nanotweezers and Nanocalipers for Carbon Nanotube Extraction”. The duration of the project is three (03) years.

Name of the Position: Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

No. of posts: 01

Eligibility: M.Sc. in Chemistry with minimum 60% aggregate marks (CGPA≥6.5/10) to qualify under Open/OBC category and minimum 55% aggregate marks (CGPA≥6.0) for candidates under SC/ST/PWD category. Must have Qualified CSIR-UGC NET or GATE

Desirable: Candidates with organic specialization and experience in synthetic Organic/Porphyrin Chemistry will be preferred Age Upper age limit is 28 years. Age relaxation for reserve candidate will be given as per UGC/DST/Govt. norms. Emoluments ?31,000/-per month + HRA @16%

How to apply? The filled application form (proforma attached with advertisement) along with Bio data/CV and scanned copy of certificate should be sent to email ravikumar@nitsri.ac.in Submission mode Soft copy Last date to apply 10/05/2022 @05.00 PM

Whom to contact? Dr. Ravi Kumar Principal Investigator Assistant Professor Department of Chemistry, National Institute of Technology Srinagar – 190006, Jammu and Kashmir (UT), India Note: 1. The position is purely temporary. The initial appointment will be for one year, which is extendable upto 3 years or end of the project based on performance. 2. The selected candidate may be considered for admission to Ph.D. program as per institute eligibility, rules and statutes.

For more information visit the advertisement here: https://nitsri.ac.in/uploaded_files/DST-SERB_JRF_Chemistry_Advertisement_and_Application_Form.pdf

Source: NIT Srinagar Website (https://nitsri.ac.in/uploaded_files/DST-SERB_JRF_Chemistry_Advertisement_and_Application_Form.pdf)

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