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IIT Hyderabad : JRF Opening for Chemistry Candidates

Department of Civil Engineering
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HYDERABAD
Kandi (V), Sangareddy-502285, Telangana, India

Applications are invited on prescribed format for the following assignment in a purely time bound research project undertaken in the Department of Civil Engineering of the Institute.

Name of the Temporary Post : Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Name of the Research Project : “Developing a process and pilot scale unit for the recovery of chrome and other value added products from chrome ore process residue (CORP)”

Name of the Sponsoring Agency :  Uchchatar Avishkar Yojana, MHRD, New Delhi, India

Tenure of the Project : 03 Years

Consolidated monthly compensation : As per DST norms

Essential Qualifications and experience :

MSc Chemistry/Environmental science (CSIR-LS/GATE)/ M.Tech.(Master’s degree) in Environmental Engineering/ Chemical Engineering with Mineral Processing background.

For technical information on the project, the candidate may contact the Principal Investigator at the following address:

Dr. Shashidhar
Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
Kandi, Sangareddy-502285, Telangana, India

shashidhar@iith.ac.in

How to Apply:

The position is purely temporary and up to the duration of the project. Eligible candidates should send their applications by e-mail to mtswrm@iith.ac.in on before 6 th, January, 2017.

Candidates will be short listed based on merit and need of the project and will be intimated by email

Interviews will be conducted on 17.1.2017

The subject of the email should be clearly specified as “UAY-CORP”

Application Deadline – 06th January 2017

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