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Project Training @CSIR National Chemical Laboratory

PROJECT TRAINING

Limited number of students of recognized Indian Universities / Institutes shall be allowed access to the research facilities of CSIR- NCL under the supervision of one or more of CSIR- NCL ’s scientists through summer training / project in the field of chemistry / chemical engineering / life sciences / plant molecular biology and other areas of interest to CSIR- NCL scientists.

Interested students are requested to visit ncl website (www.ncl-india.org) for more details of the current research activities of the laboratory. Students must possess a good academic record as well as interest and aptitude to pursue research.

The following procedure is recommended for seeking a training placement at CSIR- NCL :

From the ncl website, identify a division, group, or a scientist with whom you would like to work. Please send an e-mail to the concerned person, attaching your biodata and seeking his willingness to accept you at CSIR- NCL .
If you can not decide by yourself regarding your placement, please send a mail to Dr. A.A. Arbale (aa.arbale@ncl.res.in), along with your biodata. He will assist you in the placement.
You will get a response, regarding acceptance or otherwise from the scientist who is wiling to accept you.

There are no fees or charges for such training / project work. CSIR- NCL does not offer any stipend or fellowship to such short term trainees. Students will have to make their own arrangement for travel to and fro as well as for boarding and lodging during the duration of the project / training.

Minimum period of stay under the scheme is two continuous months. Placement of students at CSIR- NCL for any period less than eight weeks will not be considered.

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