JRF Position in Chemistry Available
Applications are invited for one post of a Junior Research Fellow for a project entitled "Development
recyclable and widely applicable platform
for industrially important process" at Center for Nano and Material
Sciences (CNMS), Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Qualification and Experience:
1. M. Sc. in Chemistry, Candidate should have obtained at least 55% marks in qualifying degree
2. Preference will be given to CSIR-UGC NET (JRF/LS) or GATE qualified candidate.
3. The ability to work closely and collaborate with colleagues is a must. Proficiency with the English
language is required.
The JRF fellowship consists of Rs.15000/- per month and Rs. 1000/- for PF and PT as per university rule. The
salary and appointment terms are consistent with the current rules for PhD degree students.
Duration: Initial appointment for one year, extendable up to 4 yrs based on performance.
Objective of the 4 years position is a number of research articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, together
comprising the PhD thesis leading to the granting of the PhD degree at the Jain University.
How to apply:
Application should contain a detail resume, one photograph, contact details including phone number, email
and postal address, photocopies of educational/professional qualifications. Please also mention preferred
date of joining if selected.
Completed applications should reach Dr. Amit Kumar, Associate Professor, Bioinorganic and Clinical Chemistry
Group, Center for Nano and Material Sciences (CNMS), Jain Global Campus, 45 km, NH - 209, Jakkasandra
Post, Kanakapura Taluk, Ramanagaram District -562 112, Bangalore Rural, Karnataka, India by 5th April, 2014.
Applicants are encouraged to apply through e-mail (E-mail: amit.kumar(5)iainuniversitv.ac.in).
Please also arrange at least two references that may be contacted regarding your recent work.
Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the interview. Selected candidates will be intimated by email. No
TA/DA will be paid for appearing in the interview.
New widely applicable methodologies are needed to easily prepare catalysts encompassing the requirements
of Green Chemistry. Our aim is to design, synthesize and test new efficient transition metal catalysts, namely
for asymmetric (and non-asymmetric) synthesis of chiral sulfoxides, epoxidations, halogenations, aminations
and allylic hydroxylations, allowing the use of greener oxidants (mainly
H202 and 02) and DEVELOP AN UNIFIED
AND MORE PRACTICAL METHODOLOGY TO PREPARE RECYCLABLE CATALYSTS.
Dr. Amit Kumar,
Bioinorganic and Clinical Chemistry,
Center for Nano and Material Sciences,
Jain University, Jain Global Campus, Jakkasandra Post,
Kanakapura Road, Ramanagaram, Bangalore - 562112
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