Junior Research Fellow (01) and Post Doctoral Fellow Position (01) Chemisrry/Polymer Chemistry

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMSTRY

SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESSING LABORATORY

G.B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE & TECHNOLOGY

PANT NAGAR UTTARAKHAND-263134 INDIA

Applications are invited for one each positions of Junior  Research Fellow  and Post Doctoral Fellows according to following qualifications /experiences:.

1.Junoir Researh Fellow -01

Fellowship Rs.12,000- per month.

The applicant must be atleas first class M.Sc. in Physical/Organic/Inorganic Chemistry/Polymer Science/Polymer Chemisry.The candidate may work for the DRDO funded project involving processing of carbon nanoube based composites in supercriical fluids.The is desirable but not essential that the candidate have appropriate knowledge of synthesis of materials and their various spectral, thermal. electrochemical, electrical and morphological characterizations.Fresh candiates with sound knowledge of analytical chemistry will be preferred.

2.Post Doctoral Fellow-01.

Fellowship Rs.22,000 per month

First class M.Sc. in Physical/Organic Chemistry/Inorganic Chemistry/Polymer Science/Polymer Chemistry with Ph.D. In Chemistry.The applicants with experience in synthetic organic chemistry will be preferred.the candidate may work for DRDO sponsored project on development of biobased polymer nanocomposites from Jatropha Oil Cake.

Candidaes with required qualifications/ experiences are requested to please mail their following particulates latest by 10 Aug 2011 on the mail ID mgh_zaidi@yahoo.com 

1.Name

2.Fathers Name

3.E mail & Mobile/ contact /phone numbers

4.Postal address

5.Qualifications starting from highschool to onwards, year of pass, subjects offered,grade/division

6.Details of experience if any.

7.Any other particulars in support.

 

Dr.M.G.H.Zaidi

Associate Professor

Contact No.+919411159853

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Comment by VEERAKUMAR on July 29, 2011 at 9:22am
Respected Professor,
Good Afternoon!
I am P.Veerakumar, Research Scholar under the guidance of Prof. S. Rajagopal, Department of Physical Chemistry, School of Chemistry, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India. I am willing to join in your group. I am also working in the field of Synthesis and characterization of transition metal nanoparticles and their potential applications. In particularly Ru, Cu, Pd, and Au nanoparticles are synthesized and applied for organic transformations.
I am very interested to join this position.

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