PSIT College of Engineering - Job DetailsDate of posting:10 Feb 16
Research AssistantChemistry recruitment in PSIT College of Engineering
Project entitled : ‘A study on chemical transformations of arsenic and iron in water treatment sludge during electrochemical process and development of a method thereof’ funded by UP Council of Science & Technology (UPCST) for the period of 03 years or till the completion of the project whichever is earlier on usual terms and conditions of UPCST.
Essential Qualification:M.Sc.(Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry/Environmental Science) preference will be given to NET/GATE qualified.
Skills and Techniques : Working knowledge of instruments operation, applicant should have prior experience in some aspects of scientific or analytical instrumentation and familiar with computer application (MS-Office).Research Experience in the field of arsenic removal methods & treatment are desirable. No.of Post: 1
Age limit: 28 years as on 1st April of the year in which the application is made.
Emoluments: Rs.20,000/-(Consolidated) as per UPCST norms.
How to apply
Interested candidates may send their detailed CV along with a passport size photograph and a copy of relevant documents (Educational qualification, testimonials or research articles etc) toDr. Anurag Tewari, Associate Professor and Principal Investigator–UPCST Project, PSIT College of Engineering, NH-2 Agra Kanpur Highway,Bhauti, Kanpur-209305,Email:firstname.lastname@example.org latest by 29th February 2016.
Only short listed candidates will informed to attend the interview where in he/she shall be required to furnish all the testimonials in original. No TA/DA will be given to attend the interview.
About PSIT College of Engineering
PSIT, established in 2004 "Under Sahyog Jankalyan Samiti" , is a modern educational endeavour and has a sprawling campus stretching over an area of 80 acres of land, situated on Kanpur-Agra-Delhi National Highway (NH -2), Bhauti, Kanpur. The institute is exquisitely designed, well laid out lush green lawns; a series of imposing buildings offer an idyllic environment conducive to the pursuit of knowledge.