JRF Position in SERB-DST Project, Last Date - November 23, 2020

Indian Institute of Technology Indore


Indian Institute of Technology Indore


Nov 6

Applications are invited from highly motivated and eligible candidates for the position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in a SERB funded Research Project titled "Development of Hypervalent Iodine (III) Reagents Mediated Photocatalytic Si-H Functionalization and Exploration of Distal Group Migration".

Objectives of the Project: The objective of the project is to design and develop visible-light photocatalytic methods for Si-H functionalization of silanes mediated by Hypervalent iodine(III) reagents towards the synthesis of organosilanes. 

Eligibility Essential Qualification: Master’s in Chemistry from recognized Universities/Institutes with CSIR/UGC-NET or valid GATE score. Preference will be given to the candidate with organic chemistry specialization.

Stipend: The amount of JRF fellowship will be as per SERB norms.

Duration: The initial appointment will be for one year, which is extendable up to the duration of the project solely based on performance. 

How to Apply - Interested candidates are requested to submit a detailed CV to Dr. Selvakumar Sermadurai, Discipline of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Indore, via e-mail: selva@iiti.ac.in with the subject line “JRF application for SERB Project” latest by November 23, 2020.

CV should include details of academic grades starting from X standard onwards with details of the year of passing, university or institute, etc and also work experience and nature of work if applicable. Complete details of NET/GATE such as year of passing/validity, discipline, marks, All India Rank and number of candidates appeared should be mentioned in the CV. Incomplete applications will be rejected. 

More - https://www.iiti.ac.in/public/storage/recruitments/November2020/YRuwVL8v53X7u3eY9w9d.pdf

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