Applications are invited for the post of Junior Research Fellow in DST sponsored project
entitled “Synthesis of photosensitizer-loaded metallic nanoshells and plasmonic modulation of singlet oxygen generation: towards developing a non-invasive, bimodal nano-therapeutic tool" at Department of Applied Chemistry, BIT Mesra, Ranchi.


Interested candidates may submit their application along with recent Curriculum Vitae to me latest by July 15, 2013. Shortlisted candidates will be called for interview on July 20, 2013.

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sir, im intrested. please reply for further details.

all the details are given in the advt.,the date of interview is also mentioned, it's already over. Interview was held yesterday, on 20th July. You are too late....better luck next time

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