Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science also known by its short name IACS, is an organization of higher adapting in Kolkata, India. Established in 1876 by Mahendra Lal Sircar, a private therapeutic professional, it concentrates on crucial research in essential sciences. It is India’s most established exploration institute.
Advance Material Center
Dr. Nikhil R. Jana is the supervisor of the center.
Recruitment for the Junior Research Fellow
Name of the post:
- The seat named ‘junior research fellow’ is vacant in Advanced Materials Center.
Number of the post:
- Only one space for junior research fellow.
- The competitor applying for it should be an Indian.
- Remuneration will be given according to IACS rules.
- Duration will be described according to IACS rules.
- Hopefuls must have Bachelor’s of Science with first class or upper second class.
- Hopefuls must have at least fifty five percentages of marks in Master in Science in chemistry.
- Hopefuls must qualify GATE or NET (CSIR/UGC/LS).
- Hopeful with involvement in taking care of analytical instruments and skill in chemical analysis will be favored.
- One must not be upper than 28 years on the last date of application.
- Age will be relaxed according to IACS rules.
- Final date till the applications can be send is on the 15th day of date of advertisement.
How to Apply:
- Competitor may send their applications containing total bio-information to:
- Competitor should prefer mail for sending their applications.
- Last date: 15th day after date of advertisement.
- No TA/DA will be possible to be given for attending the meeting or interview.
- IACS is placed at Jadavpur, South Kolkata alongside Jadavpur University, Central Glass and Indian Institute of Chemical Biology. It is spread over a constrained range of 9.5 acres.
- Scholarly programme: The establishment is occupied with central research in different fields of material science and science. The foundation stresses Ph.D programs and the degree is given either by Jadavpur University or by University of Calcutta. From scholastic year 2005-2006, it began a coordinated Ph.D program in chemistry.
- Nobel laureate Sir C. V. Raman did his momentous work in Raman impact in this institute. His work was initially distributed in the Indian Journal of Physics, which is distributed by IACS.
- The Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science that is shortly known as IACS, was made in 1876 in Kolkata. It is the most established organization in India gave to the quest for basic research in the outskirts zones of essential sciences that are science and physical science. Together with TWAS, the Association offers postgraduate and postdoctoral partnerships justifiable also.