CSIR CSMCRI Multiple Chemistry Job Opening – Check Details
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CSIR CSMCRI announces job opening for chemistry candidates, Multiple job opening for chemistry candidates, MSc Chemistry job opening 2023, chemistry job opening 2023, msc job vacancy 2023, Junior research fellow job, project associate job opening 2023, Intrested and eligible candidates may check out all the details on the same below:
Advt No AESD&CIF/DNS/AD2023-24/1
Job Title & No of Posts: Project JRF/ Project Associate-I: 01 post.
For Project JRF:
Essential Qualifications: M.Sc. (Chemistry). NET/ GATE qualified candidates;
Age: 28 years as on last date of application. Age relaxation is applicable as per CSIR rule.
Fellowship: ₹ 31,000/- PM + HRA as per rule.
For Project Associate-I
Essential Qualifications: M.Sc. (Chemistry)
Age: 35 years as on last date of application. Age relaxation is applicable as per CSIR rule.
Fellowship: ₹ 25,000/- PM + HRA as per rule.
Project Description: One of the most significant environmental issues we are currently dealing with, is the contamination of water bodies by organic contaminants found in industrial effluents and its remediation. Although. the problem is challenging by conventional treatment methods. Electrochemical oxidation techniques, which are more recent and promising solutions for the treatment of wastewater, have shown outstanding results in removal of persistent organic contaminants, not only at the industrial level, but also in the decentralized water treatment of home and urban wastewaters. Although, to lower the associated upfront costs extensive research efforts on electrocatalytic, electrode materials, electrolytes and electrolyser as well as value addition through byproducts is needed.
This project goaled creating wealth from waste by a simultaneous degradation of textile-dye-industry effluents and production of green hydrogen (H2) through anodic oxidation of organic dyes and cathodic water electrolysis respectively.
Terms and conditions: These posts are purely temporary for duration of sponsored project only. It would, therefore, not confer any right/ claim implicit or explicit for any candidates for claiming extension or absorption in CSMCRI/ CSIR.
Candidates shall ensure the Internet Connectivity, Webcam & necessary software’s at their level to attend the online interview. CSIR-CSMCRI shall not be responsible for any connectivity failure or communication faults in the Web-mode interview.
Since document verification process cannot be followed in the interviews on online mode, all selection would be provisional subject to verification of all relevant documents. In case of any deficiency of any type in the documents, the candidature would automatically stand cancelled any time.
How to Apply: Interested candidates are advised to apply through email ([email protected]) using duly filled application form along with detail CV.
Mode of Interview: Online, Exact time slots will be communicated to the shortlisted candidates in due course.
Last date of Application: 21 April 2023.
Date of Interview: April 24, 2023 (Afternoon)
Important Interview Questions and Answers for the above job role:
- What inspired you to apply for this position?
Answer: I am highly interested in the field of electrochemical oxidation techniques for the treatment of wastewater and believe that this project is an excellent opportunity to work towards creating wealth from waste by simultaneous degradation of textile-dye-industry effluents and production of green hydrogen.
2. What are your qualifications for the position of Project JRF/ Project Associate-I?
Answer: I hold an M.Sc. in Chemistry and have qualified for NET/GATE. I meet the eligibility criteria mentioned in the job description.
3. What experience do you have working with electrochemical oxidation techniques for the treatment of wastewater?
Answer: While I have not yet worked specifically with electrochemical oxidation techniques, I have studied them extensively during my graduate program in Chemistry and am eager to apply my knowledge to this project.
4. Can you tell us about a time when you faced a challenging situation during your previous research work and how you overcame it?
Answer: During my previous research project, I faced difficulty with data analysis. I approached my advisor and discussed my concerns. She suggested some helpful resources and provided guidance that ultimately helped me to overcome the challenge.
5. How do you plan to contribute to the success of the project?
Answer: I am confident that my knowledge and skills in Chemistry, coupled with my passion for environmental issues and sustainable solutions, will enable me to make a significant contribution to the project’s success. I am eager to learn new techniques and work collaboratively with other team members to achieve our goals.
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