Jobs Details for Post: Project Assistant (Level II)



Date:- 2018-07-26

Last Date:- 2018-08-17

Advt. No. / Type:- WALK-IN-INTERVIEW


Number of Posts :- 2, Gen

Salary :- Rs. 25000/- p.m. (fixed)


 

Qualification:-

M.Sc. in Chemistry with minimum 55% from a recognized university. Candidates with NET/GATE qualifications will be preferred.

 

General Conditions:-

WALK-IN-INTERVIEW

Project Assistant (Level II) – Two posts (CSIR, New Delhi, sponsored project).

Emoluments: Rs. 25000/- p.m. (fixed)

Qualifications: Project Assistant (Level II) M.Sc. in Chemistry with minimum 55% from a recognized university. Candidates with NET/GATE qualifications will be preferred.

General Conditions:

Age: Should not be more than 30 years for PA-II on August 17, 2018 (Relaxation as per CSIR rules).

CSMCRI is a national research laboratory under CSIR, which is well equipped with research facilities of international standards (website: www.csmcri.res.in). Applications are invited from highly motivated individuals for the positions of Project Assistant Level-II, to work in the area of natural product chemistry under a project funded by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi.

Interested candidates meeting the above requirements may attend the written test followed by walk-in-interview with a copy of detailed biodata, original certificates along with their attested photocopies and a passport size photograph on August 17, 2018 at 9.30 A.M. at Central Salt & Marine Chemicals Research Institute, G B Marg, Bhavnagar-364002.  Desirous candidates may send their bio-data to: kamlesh@csmcri.res.in or drkamaleshp@gmail.com in advance. The selection of candidates will be done by conducting a screening test followed by personal interview of the short listed candidates on the same day.  No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview.

These posts are purely temporary and co-terminus with the project.  It would, therefore, not confer any right/claim implicit or explicit for any candidate for claiming extension or absorption in CSMCRI/CSIR.