CSIR-CENTRAL ELECTROCHEMICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Name of The Post:
Applications are invited from suitable candidates for the temporary positions to be engaged in various projects at CSIR-CECRI, Karaikudi, Candidates will be called for interview through Google Meet. The date and time of interview will be notified in CSIR-CECRI website and also sent to candidates’ Gmail ID. Interested and eligible candidates should download the requisite application from CECRI website. The application form duly completed in all respect and signed should be sent to The Administrative Officer, CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi – 630 003. & reach this office by 08.02.2021 (Monday) upto 5.30 pm through India post/courier. Resume/Bio-date will not be considered as Application.
Number of the posts:
Project Assistant : 01
Project Associate-I : 05
Project Assistant : Rs.20,000/-pm + HRA
Project Associate-I : Rs.25,000/-pm + HRA
Project Assistant : 50 Years
Project Associate-I : 35 Years
Project Assistant : B.Sc. in Physics / Chemistry with 55% marks (50% marks for SC/ST) Basic computer knowledge with typewriting in (English & Tamil)
Project Associate-I : B.E. in Electronics &Communication Engineering /Computer Science & Engineering with 55% marks (50% marks for SC/ST) M.Sc. in Chemistry/ Materials Science/ Nanotechnology with 55% marks. Knowledge of computers preferably MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, Power Point & Designing platform like corel draw etc. with one-year experience of working in govt. skill development training schemes with typewriting speed of 40 w.p.m. in English.
About Organization :
Individuals may form communities, but it is institutions alone that can create a nation. – Benjamin Disraeli On July 25, 1948, Karaikudi, a hitherto bleak and desolate village in Tamil Nadu, wore a festive look. A mammoth crowd of more than a lakh people gathered to witness the ushering in of a new era in Indian science. It was the day the CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CSIR-CECRI) was founded at Karaikudi. The institute took roots in the patriotic fervour of RM. Alagappa Chettiar, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Dr. Shanthi Swarup Bhatnagar. Fast forward five years, on January 14, 1953, the institution became a reality when Dr. S. Radhakrishnan dedicated CSIR-CECRI, the 12th national laboratory under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to the nation. Laying the foundation stone of the institute, Pandit Nehru said, “… I believe that by such undertakings and by yoking science to public good we can advance the lot of the people of India enormously.” 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.
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