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Visva-Bharati

Applications are invited from highly motivated and bright candidates for the position of Junior Research Fellow
(JRF) in the following research project funded by SERB, Government of India, under the supervision of Dr.
Md. Motin Seikh, Department of Chemistry, Siksha-Bhavana, Visva-Bharati (Central University), Santiniketan731235, WB, INDIA

Job Title  Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

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No. of Posts 1

Project Title: A concerted drive towards ambient pressure synthesis and physical characterization of multiferroic quadruple perovskites A’A₃B₄O₁₂

Salary:  Rs. 25000 per month + 10% HRA

Qualifications Candidate should be M.Sc. in Chemistry with at least 55% marks and CSIRNET/GATE
qualified.

General Terms and Conditions

The position is temporary and renewable each year subject to satisfactory performance for a maximum of one
and a half years. The position is coterminous with the project.

How to Apply:

Original documents of age proof/certificates/degrees/mark sheets and other testimonials must be presented at
the time of interview. Self Attested photocopies of these documents with CV and latest photo will be collected
at the time of interview. Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated to appear in the interview and no
other communications in this regard will be entertained.

No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview.

Complete application / latest CV (preferable in pdf format) should reach on or before 20th March 2018 via
email attachment addressed to:

Dr. Md. Motin Seikh, Principal Investigator
SERB Project, Sanction order no. EMR/2016/000083 dated 31-May-2016
&
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Siksha Bhavana, Visva-Bharati (Central University), Santiniketan731235,
WB, INDIA
Mobile: +91 9475007136
Email: [email protected]

Application Deadline – on or before 20th March 2018 

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