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Project Assistant - Ii / Jrf Chemistry Jobs in Chennai - CSIR

Chennai
BE/B.Tech,MSc
Last Date to Apply: 03-05-2019
Project Assistant - II / JRF Chemistry - Job Details Date of Posting: 22-04-2019

Project Assistant - II / JRF  job opportunities in CSIR Madras Complex

Project Title  : 

1. “Electrocatalytic remediation for ammonia production at ambient condition: An efficient carbon-free hydrogen carrier for polymer electrolyte fuel cells” (GAP 38/18)

2. “Development and validation of 1k We Open cathode LT-PEMFC stack” (SSP-31/18)

Junior Research Fellow

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  M.Sc. in Chemistry / Physics with 55% marks and CSIR-UGC NET or GATE. Experience in the area of electrocatalysis will be preferred.

Stipend : Rs. 31,000/- per month + HRA as applicable

Age Limit :   28 years

Project Assistant - II

No. of Post  :  01

Qualification  :  BE/B.Tech in Mechanical/ Mechatronics Engineering with 55 % marks. Experience/ Knowledge in the area of fuel cells will be preferred.

Stipend : Rs. 25,000/- + HRA as applicable

Age Limit :   30 years


How To Apply ForProject Assistant - II / JRF  job opportunities in CSIR Madras Complex

Interested candidates fulfills the qualification, age, etc. may WALK-IN INTERVIEW on 3rd May, 2019 at 09.30 a.m.  in the CSIR Madras Complex, Chennai with an application in the prescribed format duly filled-in along with original and self attested copies of certificates and testimonials in proof of Qualification, Age and Community (for SC/ST/OBC),etc., and recent passport size photograph affixed on the application.



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