JRF /RA/SRF at NIT Kurukshetra India 1457 views

Applications are invited for the post of one JRF /RA/ SRF position in the CSIR sponsored research project entitled “Nano-Scale Vesicles Modified Metal Complexes for Therapeutic Carbon Monoxide (CO) Delivery” under the supervision of Dr. Amilan J D, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, National Institute of Technology (NIT) Kurukshetra.

Required Qualification:

For JRF: First Class MSc. in Chemistry (preferably Inorganic Chemistry/ General Chemistry/ Organic Chemistry) with CSIR/UGC-NET (LS) exam or GATE Score.

For SRF: First Class M.Sc. in Chemistry with two years research experience in the field of Inorganic Chemistry or Supramolecular Chemistry or Organic Chemistry.

For RA: Academically good Ph.D degree in Chemistry (preferably in the field of Inorganic Chemistry or Organic Chemistry or Supramolecular Chemistry) and published research papers in refereed journals.

Remuneration and age limit: As per CSIR norms. Duration: Initially for 1 year and extendable up to 3 years based on performance.

Desirable qualification:

Knowledge in Inorganic and Organic synthesis, experience in handling various spectroscopic instruments like Fluorescence spectrophotometer, Multimode plate reader and UV-Vis spectrophotometer.  Interested applicants may send the curriculum vitae (CV) along with the copies of certificates and research publications if any on or before July 7, 2016 by email and also hard copy by post.

Short listed applicants will be informed for an interview and date at Department of Chemistry, National Institute of Technology (NIT) Kurukshetra, Haryana. TA and DA shall not be paid for attending the interview.

Contact address

Dr. Amilan Jose D (Principal Investigator)

Assistant Professor Room 133,

Department of Chemistry,

National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kurukshetra – 136 119 (Haryana)

Email: amilanjosenit@nitkkr.ac.in and amilanjose@gmail.com

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