CSIR-CECRI Recruitment for Project Associates at Karaikudi, Last Date – 9 August 2021

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Job Positions

  • Project Associate

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Desired Experience

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Job Description

Applications are invited from suitable candidates for the temporary positions to be engaged in various projects at CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi

Project Associate-I (02 Positions)

  • BE/ BTech in Chemical Engineering/ Electrochemical Engineering with 55% marks (50% marks for SC/ST)

Project Associate-II (01 Position)

  • BE in Electronics & Communication Engineering with 55% marks (50% marks for SC/ST) and 2 years’ experience in Research and Development in Industrial and Academic Institutions or Science and Technology Organisations and Scientific activities and services

Important Instructions

Instructions to Apply

  • Candidates will be called for online interview through Google Meet. The date and time of interview will be notified in CSIR-CECRI website and also sent to candidates’ Gmail ID.
  • Last date for receipt of application – 09.08.2021 upto 5.30 pm

How to Apply ?

Please read all job details clearly and apply exactly as mentioned below only if you meet eligibility criteria.

Last Date to Apply: 09/08/2021

CSIR-Central Electro Chemical Research Institute (CECRI)

About Company: Today, CSIR-CECRI, a proud family of 700 members (120 of whom are scientists), is the largest research establishment for electrochemistry in South Asia. It serves as a launching pad for a multitude of technologies for the Indian electrochemical industry. The 750 patents, 250 processes, 600 sponsored and grant-in-aid projects, 450 licensee and 5,500 research and review papers that the institute boasts of are ample testimony to its leadership in nation building. Naturally, reflecting on the fact that the inimitable Alagappa Chettiar donated 300 acres of land and Rs.15 lakhs in cash in 1948 to establish a national laboratory devoted solely to electrochemistry at a time when this branch of study was relegated to the flipside of the physical chemistry syllabi in universities, one cannot miss the rare philanthropy and foresightedness of this great visionary.

Headquartered at Karaikudi, CSIR-CECRI has extension centres in Chennai, Mandapam and Tuticorin. Focusing on Fuel cells, Marine Corrosion and offshore corrosion testing. In living up to its raison d’etre, the institute works on a gamut of problems covering all facets of Electrochemical Science and Technology: Corrosion Science and Engineering, Electrochemical Materials Science, Electrochemical Power Sources, Electrochemical Pollution Control, Fundamental Electro Chemistry, Electro metallurgy, Industrial Metal Finishing, and Nanoscale Electrochemistry.

CSIR-CECRI’s activities are directed towards the development of new and improved products and processes as well as novel innovations in electrochemical technology. A number of investigations are run in collaboration with laboratories from within and outside India. Agencies that tap CSIR-CECRI’s expertise include small and big private industrial houses as well as government agencies such as atomic energy, defence, environment, space, surface transport, and ocean development. Apart from engaging in basic and applied research, CSIR-CECRI assists the industry by conducting surveys and undertaking consultancy projects. The institute also conducts short-term refresher courses for the benefit of industrial houses and educational institutions.
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