SRF Post Opening – TERI SAS Invites Chemistry Candidates
SRF Post Opening. TERI SAS. Under scheme DST SHRI, Innovation, Technology Development and Deployment TERI SAS invite chemical Science candidates for the post of Senior Research Fellow. The project is funded by DST-SHRI Department of Science and Technology (Including NCST), Government of India. Interested and Eligible candidates may apply online. Check out all the details on the details on the same below:
The TERI School of Advanced Studies was established as a Trust in 1998 with the purpose of providing academic learning programmes. With TERI as its sponsoring society, TERI SAS focused its attention on developing a set of learning programmes that were both is support of, and were supported by, the research on issues of energy, environment and sustainability being undertaken by TERI. It was envisioned that the academic rigour brought by faculty members would enhance the quality of TERI’s application-focused research, whereas the state-of-art research of TERI would constantly freshen up the curriculum of TERI SAS’s programmes and increase its societal relevance.
Job Title: Junior Research Fellow
No. of Vacancy: 01
Project: “Scalable synthesis of starch nanoparticles based adhesive/consolidants for the conservation of cellulose based heritage objects” sanction number DST/TDT/SHRI-04/2018 (C) under scheme DST SHRI, Innovation, Technology development and Deployment. The project is funded by DST-SHRI Department of Science and Technology (Including NCST), Government of India. The fellowship is coterminous with the project for three years as per DST Government of India rules.
Qualifications: The applicant should have qualification- M.Sc./M.tech/B.tech (Chemical/Chemistry/Polymer/Textile) and valid NET/GATE score.
How To Apply:
Applications with a motivation letter and full curriculum vitae should be sent to Dr Udit Soni, Principal Investigator, DST-SHRI project through e-mail at [email protected]. Last Date for receipt of application is 18th August 2019.
Last Date To Apply: 18th August 2019.