IIT Gandhinagar Recruitment 2020: Applications are invited for the post of Research associate (RA) for the project titled “High entropy alloy nano-particles supported CeO2 catalyst for dry reforming of CO2.”. The detailed eligibility and applying process further given below in the article.
Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar is a public engineering institution located in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. It has been declared to be an Institute of National Importance by the Government of India. IIT Gandhinagar, one of the eight Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) announced by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in 2008. The institute began operating in a temporary campus at Vishwakarma Government Engineering College, Chandkheda, mentored by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. .
IIT Gandhinagar Recruitment 2020:
Research Associate (01)
This project is based on gas solid heterogeneous catalysis therefore basic synthesis and knowledge of heterogeneous catalysis is essential. Candidates with research experience in heterogeneous catalysis will prefer.
- Have at least a Ph.D. (chemistry/chemical engineering) from a recognized university with at least 60% marks.
- Also, the Candidates who have submitted the thesis and waiting for the degree can also apply.
- Moreover, the Candidate must have 2 research papers in Science Citation Indexed (SCI) journal.
Rs. 47,000 INR per month (CONSOLIDATED).
How to Apply?
Applications should send by email only to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested candidates may apply by 7th December, 2020 giving complete information regarding educational qualifications, work experience along with two references at the email address mentioned below.
Institute reserves the right to fix suitable criteria for short listing of eligible candidates satisfying qualifications and experience. Only shortlisted candidates will be selected for the interview.
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