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Academics Program

CSIR-IIP invites applications for PhD program under the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR) in Chemical Science and Chemical Engineering from eligible candidates, for the January 2018 session. Interested candidates are requested to go through the eligibility criteria given below.

Eligibility


PhD in Chemical Sciences

Master's degree with a keen sense of scientific enquiry for pursuing advanced research in frontier areas of Chemical Science. The candidate should be having a valid National level fellowship (JRF/ SRF of various funding agencies, e.g. CSIR, UGC etc.), or INSPIRE or other equivalent fellowships

PhD in Chemical Engineering

      (a) Candidates with a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering having a good academic record and valid UGC/CSIR-JRF/ SRF or INSPIRE or equivalent National fellowship can apply.

                                                                       Or

        (b)   Candidates having following qualifications are eligible to apply:

         B.E. / B.Tech with CGPA 8.5 / 85% Marks + valid GATE / NET (Engg) (Rank <2000) 

The project assistants working at CSIR-IIP are also encouraged to apply for the PhD program (Chemical Sciences and Chemical engineering) meeting the eligibility criteria as per the CSIR OM No. 4/CMG/2016-PPD, dated July 4, 2016.

How to Apply

Interested candidates who fulfil the eligibility criteria can apply online. The last date for online application submission is May 29, 2018. Admission portal will be opened on 20th April 2018. Select "CSIR-IIP" as the CSIR lab preference in the pull-down menu of application form.
 


 
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