Panjab University Chemistry Job Opening – Msc Chemistry
Panjab University Chemistry Job Applications containing detailed particulars of academic qualifications are invited for one post of Junior Research Fellow in the CSIR funded project (22(0798)/19/ EMR-II) entitled “Magnetically Modified Superhydrophobic Porous Cellulose Sponge from Waste Lignocellulosic Biomass for Oil Water Separation” at Dr. SSB University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh under the supervision of Prof. Anupama Sharma.
Job Title: Junior Research Fellow
Remuneration As per norms of CSIR
Essential Qualifications M.Sc. (Physics/ Chemistry) or M. E./M. Tech (Chemical/ Polymer/ Nanotechnology/ Materials) with minimum 55% marks. The Candidate
should be NET/GATE Qualified.
Age: The upper age limit for applying for the award of JRF shall be 28 years, which is relaxed upto 5 years in the case of candidates belonging to Schedule Castes/Schedule Tribes/, Physically Handicapped/Visually Handicapped and female applicants whereas 3 years in case of OBCs (Non-creamy layer candidates).
How To Apply:
Applications along with photocopies of certificates/ degrees/testimonials should be submitted by December 10, 2019 (till 5 pm), undersigned giving Candidate’s Name, Father’s Name, Date of Birth, Nationality, Academic Qualifications, Present and Permanent Address, email, Phone No. along with relevant experience and publications if any. A valid Email address frequently used by the candidate must be mentioned in the covering letter. The date and time of interview will be communicated to shortlisted candidates.
The interview will be held in the office of Chairperson, Dr. SSB University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh. No TA/DA will be given for attending the interview.
Prof. Anupama Sharma,
Principal Investigator, CSIR Project
Dr. SSB University Institute of Chemical Engg.& Tech. Panjab University, Chandigarh
Last Date To Apply: December 10, 2019 (till 5 pm)
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