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Chemistry Job – BRNS-SITRA | Research Assistant | Salary 31k

Chemistry job at BRNS-SITRA. M.Sc Chemistry / PhD Chemistry candidates may apply for this.

South India Textile Research Association under BRNS has released the job for chemistry candidates. Candidates those who have PhD or MSc degree in chemistry may apply for this job for the post of a research assistant. Check out all the details below.

Applications are invited from eligible motivated candidates for the post of Research Assistant, to work on the research Project.

Project Entitled:

“Development of breathable, reusable and oxo-biodegradable coverall using biocidal polyester”, sponsored by Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS) (Sanction order No. 54/14/09/2020BRNS /37082 dt. 08/09/2020) in the Textile chemistry and COE Medical textiles divisions.

Principal Investigator:

Shri S Sivakumar, Head, Textile Chemistry and COE Medical Textiles divisions, SITRA.

Job Title: Research Assistant

No. of Posts: 1 (one)

Age Limit: 32 years

Project Duration: 18 months

Salary:  Rs. 31,000/- per month (Consolidated)

Eligibility Criteria:

M. Sc/PhD (Chemistry / Polymer Qualification or B. Tech.(Textile Technology/Textile Chemistry) Research Preference would be given to candidates having relevant experience in the area of nanoparticles, coating of textile materials and/or other methods for treating polyester fibres.

How To Apply:

Interested candidates may submit a soft copy of their application (cover letter and CV along with necessary certificates) to the Principal Investigator ([email protected] with a copy to [email protected]) on or before 28th September 2020. The application should be marked “BRNS – Research Assistant”.

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview.

Last Date To Apply: 28/09/2020

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