Current Recruitment Notification From Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS), Kolkata 2016-17 | 01 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
IACS Recruitment 2016 – Research Associate Posts: Department of Theoretical Physics, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS), Kolkata has inform 01 vacant seats for Research Associate – I vacancies under the supervision of Prof Sreebrata Goswami, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science. If you have a dream of join IACS. You can attend for interview on 14/12/2016 at 03:00 pm. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidate:
IACS Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 01
Name of the Post: Research Associate – I
Ph.D, B.Sc. & M.Sc. degree in Chemistry with minimum average marks of 55% marks.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may appear for interview along with complete resume, photocopies of all certificates, reprints etc. along with the original certificates of qualification, experience etc to the venue on 14/12/2016 at 03:00 pm.
Lab number 31, IACS.
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 14/11/2016
Address: 2A & 2B, Raja Subodh Chandra Mallick Rd, New Hari Nagar, Raja Bazar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700032.
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