CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute Recruitment For Senior Scientist and Other Vacancies–08| Last Date:06-08-2021

Organization Name:

CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute

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Name of The Post:

Senior Scientist/Gr IV (3)

Scientist/Gr IV (2)

Job Description:

The CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute [CLRI], Chennai has been established in the year 1948 with its headquarters at Chennai and Regional Centres at Ahmedabad, Jalandhar, Kanpur and Kolkata. CSIR-CLRI is one of the Constituent Laboratories of the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), which is an Autonomous Body under the Department of Scientific & Industrial Research, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India. CLRI is a Central hub in Indian Leather Sector with direct roles in Education, Research, Training, Testing, Designing, Forecasting, Planning, Social empowerment and leading in Science and Technology relating to Leather. CLRI wishes to induct enthusiastic, talented professionals, with proven professional skills & achievements and zeal for innovative technical support in Research & Development activities for the posts of Senior Scientist / Scientist.

Number of the posts:

Senior Scientist/Gr IV (3) : 03

Scientist/Gr IV (2) : 05

Pay Scale:

Senior Scientist/Gr IV (3) : Rs.78,800/-

Scientist/Gr IV (2) : Rs.67,700/-

Age Limit:

Senior Scientist/Gr IV (3) : 37 years

Scientist/Gr IV (2) : 32 years


Senior Scientist/Gr IV (3) : Ph.D in Chemistry/Biology/ Bioinformatics with 2 years of experience after Ph.D

Scientist/Gr IV (2) : Ph.D submitted in Polymer Chemistry/Polymer Science

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Job Location:

Tamil Nadu

About Organization :

The role of CSIR-CLRI in scientific industrial research space of India is very focused. Objective of the institute is to meet the needs of the leather and allied sectors through research, technology development and transfer, training and industrial support and formulation of policies and plan of action that ensures a technology based competitive advantage for Indian leather Leather technology, which deals with tanning raw hides and skins and finishing the tanned leather to impart to it the specific properties which it should have to be suitable for making particular types of leather articles either for military or civilian use, although very old, is still making progress. Its progress has been due to the application of various branches of science to it and research which is being carried out to explain the principles underlying the old craft of tanning, to throw light on the mechanism whereby the profound change viz., the conversion of putrescible raw hides and skins into imputrescible and permanent leather is brought about to improve the old techniques of leather manufacture and to work out new techniques with the help of modern science and machinery

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