Central University of Tamil Nadu CUTN

Project Assistant Chemistry Jobs in Chennai - Central University of Tamil Nadu (CUTN)

Chennai
MSc
Last Date to Apply: 30-04-2019
Project Assistant Chemistry - Job Details Date of Posting: 16-04-2019

Project Assistant  job Position in Central University of Tamil Nadu

Project Title  :  “Utilization and Transformation of CO2: A DFT study on Pd- and Ni- catalyzed carboxylation of organic halides with CO2”

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  M.Sc. in Chemistry from a recognized university/Institute with a consistent good academic record throughout. Those who have appeared for final semester examination of M.Sc can also apply. The candidates can also enroll for Ph.D if they qualify CUCET-2019 or NET/JRF.

Fellowship :Rs.16000/- pm (Consolidated)

Age Limit :  28 (relaxation admissible as per rules of Govt. of India)


How To Apply ForProject Assistant  job Position in Central University of Tamil Nadu

Interested candidates are requested to apply with a brief bio-data, photo-copies of relevant certificates and research publications. Application should reach by post or through email on or before 30.04.2019.

Address : Dr. Prabha Vadivelu, Principle Investigator and Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Central University of Tamil Nadu, Thiruvarur 610 005, Tamil Nadu, India.


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About Central University of Tamil Nadu CUTN

Central University of Tamil Nadu (CUTN) is an institution of higher education established by an Act of Parliament in 2009. The University aims at the fashioning of an enlightened society founded on a relentless pursuit of excellence through innovation in teaching-learning process, interdisciplinary studies and research. Tucked away 8 kms. off the headquarters of Thiruvarur District, which is both in the heart of the Cauvery Delta and in the centre of the Great CholaEmpire, CUTN has, thanks to the generosity of the state government, a sprawling 520 acre campus, divided by a tributary of the Cauvery, spanning across two revenue villages.