Anna University, Chennai is inviting applications from individuals to fill the post of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) under the project titled “Development of a platform technology to reduce the load on incinerators used for disposal of absorbent hygiene products (AHP)”.
Essential Qualifications: a)55% marks in UG & PG/M.E./M. Tech. in Biotechnology/Environmental Biotechnology /Food Technology/ Environmental Science & Engineering./M.E./M.Tech. Environmental Engineering/Management or Equivalent degree/M.Sc. in Environmental Science/Biotechnology/ Microbiology or Equivalent degree selected through a process described below: Selected through National Eligibility Tests CSIR-UGC NET including Lectureship (Assistant Professorship) and/or GATE. b)Max age: 28 years; Age relaxation: Upper age limit is relaxable up to 5 years for SC/ST/OBC/Women & Physically handicapped candidates. Age of the candidate may be calculated as on the last date of submission of online application form, i.e., 03.03.2023.
Desirable: 1. Candidates having knowledge and experience in Analysis of Water and Wastewater/Biogas/Microbiological Analysis with knowledge on relevant Instrumentation techniques. 2. A strong commitment and motivation to pursue research in the subject area and having good communication skills. (Those who are pursuing final semester M.Tech./M.Sc./M.E. (with valid GATE or NET can also apply. However, they should have completed the course at the time of interview)
Anna University is a public state university located in Tamil Nadu, India. The main campus is in Chennai. It was originally established on 4 September 1978 and is named after C. N. Annadurai, the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
Anna University (Chennai) comprises four colleges – The College of Engineering (CEG, Guindy Campus), The Alagappa College of Technology (ACT, Guindy Campus), The Madras Institute of Technology (MIT, Chromepet Campus) and The School of Architecture and Planning (SAP, Guindy Campus).
The first version of Anna University was formed in 1978 and various governments changed the varsity’s structure and affiliation scope repeatedly. In 2001, under the Anna University Amendment Act of 2001, the erstwhile Anna University became an affiliating university, taking under its wings all the engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu. This included six government engineering colleges, three government-aided private institutions, and 426 self-financed colleges. On 1 February 2007, as a result of a Government of Tamil Nadu decision, the university was split into six constituent universities: Anna University, Chennai; Anna University of Technology, Chennai; Anna University of Technology, Tiruchirappalli; Anna University of Technology, Coimbatore; Anna University of Technology Tirunelveli and Anna University of Technology, Madurai. The institutes were formally created in 2010. On 14 September 2011, a bill was passed to re-merge the universities. The merger was finalized in August 2012.
The last date to submit the applications is on 3rd March 2023.
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