CSIR –NCL Pune Ph.D in Engineering Admissions 2011-12

CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR-NCL), a premier Research Laboratory functioning under the aegis of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research is inviting applications for admission into Ph.D Program in Engineering (Junior Research Fellow). NCL is a highly prestigious institute and known for world class research in Chemical and related sciences.

NCL in inviting applications from talented and motivated candidates with Masters degree in a disciplines associated with Chemical Engineering / Technology for Ph.D. in Engineering. Candidates with Masters Degree in any one of these degrees such as Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Chemical Technology, Polymer Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering, etc are eligible. They should have qualified in any one of the research fellowship tests like CSIR/ DBT/ UGC/ ICMR/ DST-INSPIRE/ BINC or equivalent. GATE score will be an additional qualification. Selection of the candidates will be based on personal interview to be conducted at NCL.

Selected candidates will be eligible for JRF and HRA as per the rules of the institute. After the completion of two years, candidates will be awarded SRF for three years based on regular assessment.

Interested candidates can e-mail their applications in the prescribed proforma to sao@ncl.res.in. Application format available on the website http://www.ncl-india.org/CareersatNCL/managejobs.jsp?mid=10&sid=120#. The subject line in the e-mail should mention ‘Application for Ph.D. programme in Engineering at NCL. Candidates should attend interview with a printed copy of the application form filled completely along with other testimonials of education and research if any.

Important Dates:

1. Last date for receipt of applications: 15th July 15 2011
2. Date of interviews : 21st July 2011
3. Place of Interview: Lecture Hall, Chemical Engineering Division, NCL. (9 AM onwards)

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