There is a need for a Junior Research Fellow (CSIR/UGC) to work on a Project on development of nanostructured gas sensing material.  A short part of Ph.D will be completed in UK. Interested candidates can send CV at the earliest. 

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Comment by Deepak Kumar Gupta on May 17, 2013 at 12:24pm

Hello, Mam kindly post the link or the email id where the CV is to be sent.

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Comment by Sujata Singh on May 17, 2013 at 9:50am
Hello, Mam kindly post the link or the email id where the CV is to be sent

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Comment by Abhisek Chakraborty on May 16, 2013 at 9:59pm


Please send me the email id where I need to send the CV....I have done in nanotechnology...then I worked in prague for 3.5 years on Titanium dioxide thin films for self-cleaning purpose and now am working on ZnO nanowires for application in nanogenerators...

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