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Research Associate-I Chemistry

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Posted on 18 Mar 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 19 Apr 19
Research Associate-I Chemistry recruitment in Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS)  purely on temporary basis

Essential QualificationsA candidate should have first class or high second class in B.Sc. & M.Sc. degrees in Chemistry with minimum average marks of 55% and has obtained a Ph.D. degree in chemistry or due to submit thesis within three months.

Candidate should have research experience supported by publications in peer-reviewed journals in the field of synthetic inorganic chemistry and reactivity.

Candidate should have well established research experience in the area of synthetic inorganic chemistry involving ligand synthesis, synthesis of transition metal coordination complexes, usual product characterization techniques including spectroscopic methods, X-ray crystallography and electrochemical techniques.

A selected candidate who is yet to receive Ph.D. degree may join only after the submission of his/her thesis within the time-limit mentioned earlier subject to documentary proof of the thesis submission. 

Such candidates will draw a fellowship amount as appropriate to a bridge fellowship as per the rules of IACS and will be eligible to receive the full RA-I fellowship from the award date of the doctoral degree, supported by documentary proof.

Fellowship: As per rules of IACS. 

Number of post: 1

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Interview Type

Face to Face Interview

How to apply

The interested candidates should send their complete resume (mentioning email address and phone number) to Dr. Amit Majumdar via email ( on or before 19/04/2019. 

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Founded on July 29, 1876 by Dr Mahendra Lal Sircar, IACS is the oldest institute in India devoted to the pursuit of fundamental research in the frontier areas of basic sciences. Professor C V Raman worked at IACS during 1907 to 1933, and it is here that he discovered the celebrated Effect that bears his name and for which he was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.
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