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Four Project Assistants II and III Wanted @ NEERI

Four Project Assistants II and III Wanted @ NEERI

National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), a constituent laboratory of CSIR endeavours to provide Leadership in environmental science and engineering for sustainable development. NEERI dedicates itself in the service of mankind by providing innovative and effective solutions to environmental and natural resource problems.

Job Title:  Project Assistant Level II &III (PA L-III & II)

Number of Vacancies:  Four

Project Title:  Study (Biotic) on Ash Disposal from Telangana STPP into Mine void of Medipalli Open Cast Mines (part 2) and Assessment of impacts on mangroves and its mitigation measures due to contraction of Ash Dyke-Lagoon

Eligibility:

PA L-III: M.Sc Botany and M.Sc Biotechnology

PA L-II: M.Sc Chemistry with minimum 55% marks for general category & 50% marks for SC/ST category.

Desirable:  Bio monitoring, identification of phytoplankton & zooplankton, knowledge on coal mining activity, fly ash, mangroves , Heavy metal analysis including analytical and instrumental techniques etc. is required.

Age Limit:

PA L-III: 32 Years

PA L-II :28 Years

Age relaxation for OBC/SC/ST/Women candidates as per GOI guidelines

Emolument:

PA L-III: 18,000/- per month

PA L-11 : 16,000/- per month

How To Apply:

Interested and eligible candidates may apply with bio-data in the enclosed Format (can be downloaded from http://www.neerises.in/content/recruitment under the link (Format for applying Project position) supported by copies of documentary proof of date of birth, educational qualifications, and experience, etc. by post/ courier/email ln_sangolkar@neeri.res.in) to Dr.L.N.Sangolkar, Environmental Impact And Risk Assessment Division (EIRA), CSIR-NEERI, Nehru Marg, Nagpur 440020.

Deadline:   23 September, 2016.

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